In this class students develop music
fundamentals—chords, melody, and rhythm—by learning popular songs. Students help choose these songs, and this culminates in a recital.
Physically, the ukulele is a much more approachable instrument for young hands than a guitar. The skills developed on ukulele translate to other instruments, though it is also a rewarding instrument in its own right. Learning a handful of chords opens up the possibility for adapting a majority of popular songs.Ages 10-11, Tuesdays 10 am-11 am
Students explore their world through photography. Each week we work with a different theme to examine light, focus, frame, movement, and emotion. Students work on a personal project that they present at the end of the semester.
Students can use a camera or their camera on their phones.
Ages 10-11, Monday 10-11am
- Teacher: Anna Smith
This class will meet once a week in person only.
1 hr, Mondays On Campus, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
$368 + $30 Material Fee = $398
- Teacher: Angelia Robinson
Join our merry band of improvisational actors!
Whether you are curious about this amazing art form or have had lots of experience acting and improvising, we will cover basic skills of listening, agreement, co-creation, vocal projection and presentation, and jump into some more advanced ideas through short form games and more. Kids learn to trust their instincts, listen to each other, and have fun!
This class will work from the comfort of home or in person in a classroom, our games and activities games will inspire creativity and play. While online, we will play games that involve creating characters, changing emotions, diving into imagined scenarios, dubbing favorite movies, and even creating our own versions of popular games.
1 hr. Tuesdays On Campus, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Los Angeles is a mecca of diversity, creativity and individuality and it deserves to be embraced. In this mixed ages artist community, the primary focus will be local and living artists: their work, style and story.
Topics will include local painters, muralists, sculptors and mixed media artists. We will use these discussions to inspire our own version of their work. This class will be easily moved from online to in person and vice versa. An art kit with supplies needed for various projects will be provided. Whether in person or online, classes will start together as a group for the lesson, break apart during project time, then come together again at the end for students to share their work, discuss their process, and look to peers for positive feedback if so desired...basically, be a community of artists who inspire and support each other.
1 hr. Thursdays On Campus, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
$368 + $30 = $398
- Teacher: Julie Leary
Class will explore form, function and aesthetics in three dimensions. Traditional and non-traditional materials will be explored allowing student to find their own voice. Some history of art will be discussed but this is a techniques class. No experience is required.
1hr. Wednesdays On Campus 3:00pm - 4:00pm
$368 + $30 materials fee = $398
- Teacher: Josie Juarez