We believe arts are the window through which we connect deeply to ourselves and each other. We offer workshops and classes that stimulate creative exploration in visual, literary, and performing arts for youth and adults.
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YOuth Classes & Workshops
We offer a wide variety of classes taught by local artists in performing and visual arts.
Adult Classes & Workshops
Weekly adult classes include an assortment of movement for all abilities, visual, and three-dimensional arts.
These classes are designed for adults with mobility challenges and will improve confidence, grace, and fluidity while developing a supportive community. Join Dotti Harness-Foster and Lindianne Sarno (Body Moves only) will lead you through these dynamic and regenerative classes with movements that increase endurance, strength, balance, and stability. The Art of Falling and Rising will help you learn to maintain balance, land with softness, and rise comfortably in a variety of ways.
Renowned local teaching artist Lynn Naden will teach a cumulative series of art classes to student grades 4 through 6 at West Homer Elementary School in the art room.
Class size limited, register early.
This class will encourage a sense of fun and creative risk taking that will encompass full body phrase- work, movements in and out of the floor, and musicality. Incorporating a free flowing movement vocabulary, basic ballet vernacular, and post modern dance concepts, the class encourages you to further the development of your physicality and artistry. Warm up will aim to both condition the body as well as build class cohesion and collaboration. The aim is to improve your understanding and execution of dance technique, encourage your own exploration of the art form and emphasize the strengthening your personal movement style in a safe, non judgmental environment.
Join us in taking Jubilee into a new era. Selected youth will be actively involved in the creation of the entire program over a two month long rehearsal schedule, led by a dynamic and talented group of local performers.
This jazz class will focus on proper dance technique including isolations, performance quality, as well as musicality. Class will touch on many different styles of jazz including Broadway, lyrical,contemporary, and street styles. Class with include warm up, across the floor patterns, and a short combination.
This class combines urban dance moves with contemporary and modern movement technique. Students will move across the floor, as well as learn a choreographed routine that incorporates popping, isolations, and groove as well as oppositional pulls, falls, turns and leg extensions. Student will also learn to dance with passion, energy, and emotion.
July 6 1:00 - 2:30 PM Advanced Fiddle Master class
July 6 3:00 - 4:30 PM Intermediate Guitar in the DADGAD Tuning
Artists will be introduced to methods of working in oil and cold wax through an intuitive process utilizing various non-traditional mark making tools.
Learn the ancient art of scrimshaw with master artist Conrad Field.
Aerial Yoga classes fuse yoga poses with aerial hammocks to allow for a full body stretch that increases flexibility beyond what traditional yoga provides. Creative sequences build strength, coordination and mental poise. Great for all levels - modifications will be given individually so that students can practice to their personal edge.
2:30-4 p.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays
8 weeks: January 16 through March 1, 2018 (No class 2/8)
Location: Homer Council on the Arts
No matter what your level of fitness, flexibility, or experience, we offer a class that will work for you! Join us in exploring the aerial arts as you build confidence and agility.
The Art of Falling with Dotti Harness-Foster, Feldenkrais Practitioner
10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays
11/4, 11/11, and 11/18
Join Steve Panarelli to explore the wonderful world of small electronics, deconstruct, reconstruct, and invent new gadgets!