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.
A week of wonder-filled circus shows and community events celebrating Mary Langham
Scottish Fiddle & Guitar Master Classes with Rebecca Lomnicky and Adam Hendey from The Fire.
Master Class presented by Cecylia Barczyk and Emmanuel Borowsky
June 7, 1:00-3:00 PM
Violin, Viola, Cello
Fee: Suggested donation $20 (that will go toward student scholarship funds)
Open to everyone; bring your instruments and prepare to play something for us (but you don't have to!).
Through a twist of fate, these musicians will be in our region for three days, donating their time and expertise for a couple of hours to the burgeoning and accomplished musicians across the Kenai Peninsula.
“Unlock” tension and resistance and discover a new range of motion.
Learn to sit and stand with ease and balance
Leverage yourself to find YOUR center
Rid yourself of old habits
Improve posture, balance and flexibility
Build a nesting box to welcome home spring’s bird migration to Homer!
Renowned local teaching artist Lynn Naden will teach a cumulative series of art classes to student grades 3 through 6 at West Homer Elementary School in the art room.
Class size limited, register early.
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.
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 year HCOA is accepting applications in the visual arts only.
HCOA’s Scholarship Goal is to encourage youth to continue intensive artistic endeavors during the summer months. Scholarships are available to students currently enrolled in grades 6 through 11, who attend school in the Homer area, and who plan to return to school in the Homer area the following year. Scholarships will apply exclusively to visual arts lessons either at summer programs or through private lessons from local teachers. Applicants must complete their own application and submit it by February 15, 2020.
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