The ArtsCenter Photoblog

January 19, 2010

AfterSchool African performance

Filed under: Kids — Tags: , , , , — Lisa Pepin @ 5:33 pm

In December, the ArtsCenter’s AfterSchool program teamed up with the Hargraves Center’s afterschool program to put on a performance about Africa. Photos are below, and don’t forget that registration for the AfterSchool program is always open. More information can be found here.

–Lisa

Three AfterSchoolers deliver an African proverb they memorized.

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September 6, 2009

Register your child for the AfterSchool program now!

Filed under: ArtSchool, Kids, Outside — Tags: , , , , — Lisa Pepin @ 7:06 pm

Spaces are still open for kids in grades K-5 in the ArtsCenter's AfterSchool program!

Spaces are still open for kids in grades K-5 in the ArtsCenter's AfterSchool program!

There are still spaces open for kids in grades K-5 in the ArtsCenter’s AfterSchool Arts Immersion program!

The program provides transportation and homework help while helping children develop their artistic abilities.

The AfterSchool program runs until about 6 p.m. daily and also runs “mini-camps” on teacher workdays.

Monthly tuition is $225, and transportation is an extra $85 per month. Mini-camps cost $50 for the whole day.

Click here to register, or click here to learn more about the AfterSchool program!

Below are some photos of the kids playing outside and painting pottery (all by me except the bottom, which is Lyndsay’s)!

Campers take a break from playing basketball to smile for the camera.

Campers take a break from playing basketball to smile for the camera.

Two campers paint the sky blue on pottery tiles they made at the ArtsCenter.

Two campers paint the sky blue on pottery tiles they made at the ArtsCenter.

A camper smiles for the camera!

A camper smiles for the camera!

Two AfterSchooler's share a book.

Two AfterSchoolers share a book.

August 31, 2009

Registration for Youth Performing Arts Conservatory Now Open

Filed under: ArtSchool, Kids, Preview, Theater — Tags: , , , , , — Lyndsay Booth @ 4:49 pm

The ArtCenter is now accepting applications for the Fall 2009 Youth Performing Arts Conservatory

Photo courtesy artscenterlive.org

The ArtsCenter is now accepting applications for the Fall 2009 Youth Performing Arts Conservatory!

The Youth Performing Arts Conservatory offers a variety of classes for aspiring young actors of all ages. There are classes for children and teenagers in the first through twelfth grades.  Students will participate in  improvisation  exercises, theater games  and short plays to help them develop well rounded theater skills.

In addition to building  theater skills, students will have opportunities to build self-confidence, communication and teamwork skills.

Registration is open to all who are interested. No previous experience or auditions are required.

Classes are taught by the Conservatory’s staff of theater professionals. Staff members have diverse backgrounds in theater, television and education. Many are active in the Triangle theater community and several teach performing arts at other schools.

Classes begin in mid-September and run through December. Meeting days and times vary by class. For more information on specific classes, schedules and fees visit the Youth Performing Arts Conservatory page on the ArtsCenter’s website.

Classes start soon and space is limited so reserve your spot today by turning in an application!

August 3, 2009

Preview: OdysseyStage: A Spell of Cold Weather

Filed under: Preview, Theater — Tags: , , , — ArtsCenter @ 11:28 pm

An OdysseyStage production of the award-winning children’s play, A Spell of Cold Weather by Charles Way. A Spell of Cold Weather tells the story of Betty and Bob, a farm couple who have let all the fun go out of their lives. When their niece Holly arrives for a visit, she meets the farm’s mischievous fairy Tomos Trickman. Together this dynamic duo rejuvenate Betty, Bob, and their farm. A magical play for all audiences.

Photo courtesy of artscenterlive.org.

An OdysseyStage production of the award-winning children’s play, A Spell of Cold Weather by Charles Way. A Spell of Cold Weather tells the story of Betty and Bob, a farm couple who have let all the fun go out of their lives. When their niece Holly arrives for a visit, she meets the farm’s mischievous fairy Tomos Trickman. Together this dynamic duo rejuvenates Betty, Bob, and their farm.

OdysseyStage’s A Spell of Cold Weather is coming to the ArtsCenter at University Mall Saturday, August 15 and Saturday, August 22, 2009, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets to the show are $5!

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