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SPRING COURSES for ADULTS CLAY & GLASSOver 130 CLASSES AND Workshops! for Children & Adults
Dance Painting Drawing Clay Fiber Jewelry Digital Arts Theater Photography and more!
www.durhamarts.org ■ DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL ■ 919-560-2726
WINTER 2005 CLASS CATALOG
LEARN HOW TO MAKE A LIVING AS A PHOTOGRAPHER OR GRAPHIC DESIGNER
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OUR MISSION With 50 years of history as an anchor for cultural life in Durham, Durham Arts Council creates community through the active involvement of artists, teachers, students, business partners, friends and donors. We invite you to engage in the arts each day and join us in our mission of promoting excellence in and access to the creation, experience and active support of the arts for all the people of our community. Durham Arts Council’s Web site can be found at www.durhamarts.org
OUR HISTORY Founded in 1954 to promote and nurture the arts of Durham,Allied Arts was renamed Durham Arts Council, Inc. (DAC) in 1975.Three years later, the Council moved into the his- toric Central High School and City Hall building which was constructed in 1906. In the mid- 1980s, after a three year renovation, the city-owned building became DAC’s long-term home.
OUR FUNDING Durham Arts Council, Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization funded by earned revenues, grants and contributions from corporations, foundations and individuals and support from the City of Durham and the North Carolina State Arts Council.
Programs of Durham Arts Council, Inc.
Table of Contents COURSES FOR ADULTS Clay, Sculpture 6 Metal, Glass, Woodworking 8 Drawing & Painting 9 Jewelry Design & Fiber 12 Digital Arts & Design 14 Photography 16 Dance 18 Music & Theatre 21 COURSES FOR KIDS & TEENS Art for Kids & Teens 22 Dance for Kids & Teens 24 ARTIST SERVICES 4 ARTIST BIOS 26 MAKING A LIVING COURSES 28 CLASS REGISTRATION FORM 27
DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL SCHOO L
Community Arts Facility The DAC’s historic building in the heart of Downtown Durham’s arts center is the 3rd largest visitor attraction in the area, drawing nearly 215,000 people each year. During the past year, DAC’s building hosted 4,700 events and programs, and showcased the work of more than 30 performing and visual arts organizations and over 150 local artists. The building is home to DAC and 13 other arts organization’s offices, 3 galleries, a sculpture garden, 2 theaters, rehearsal spaces, meeting rooms, and numerous dance and visual arts studios.
Community Events: ArtsAlive! Year-round ArtsAlive! receptions and lectures open DAC exhibits and are free and open to the public. Guests explore the newest exhibits over refreshments with the featured artists.
50th Anniversary Homecoming - December 16, 2004 SAVE THE DATE! The Homecoming, together with the opening of the 20th Anniversary Emerging Artists Retrospective, will bring the Durham Arts Council’s family of supporters, artists, grant recipients, DAC School teachers and students, community partners, and current and former staff and leader- ship together for the holidays to celebrate 50 years of creating community through the arts. For tickets or more information, please call Rachel Chang, 919-560-2708.
Dinners a l’Art Several dates in late Winter and Spring 2005 Dinners a l’Art, a benefit series, invites guests to share meals and conversation while experiencing art with some of Durham’s most acclaimed citizens in private homes, landmark restaurants and hometown venues.
The Edible Arts Festival of Food and Art - June 12, 2005 Edible Arts is an annual DAC event that samples the culinary arts of the Triangle’s best restaurants, and offers original artwork donated by local artists and businesses through a silent auction in support of DAC’s programs.
Cover by Antonio BogaertPhotography: Hillary Hubbard, Ellen Faircloth, Amanda Lafrance Design: Nevermore Studios www.nevermorestudios.com Printing: Classic Graphics www.cgraphics.com
DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, INC. DAC Building Hours: M-Sat 8:30am - 9:00pm
Sun 1:00pm - 6:00pm
School Office Hours: M-Fri 9:30am - 5:30pm
DAC STAFF Sherry L. DeVries 560-2710 Executive Director Shelley Stonecipher 560-2707 Director of Development & External Affairs Margaret DeMott 560-2720 Director of Artist Services Jim Kershaw 560-2711 Director of Facilities & Visitor Services Veronica Neblett 560-2702 Finance Manager Jennifer Collins 560-2719 Artist Services Associate Rachel Chang 560-2708 Development Associate Paul White 560-2722 Events Manager Beautina Cameron 560-2787 Assistant Manager, Facility Sales & Visitor Services Banu Valladares 560-2718 Manager, CAPS Program & Community Outreach Executive Assistant 560-2710
DAC SCHOOL STAFF Janet Bell 560-2712 Registrar email@example.com Ellen Faircloth 560-2716 Education Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Hillary Hubbard 560-2717 Director of Education email@example.com
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Classes Listed by Days Offered: We know you have a busy schedule. So, for your convenience, we have put together this quick reference guide to help you find classes offered on a day when your schedule is less than busy.
MONDAYS Introduction to Drawing Gesture Drawing I Intermediate Painting Calligraphy, the Art of Writing Stained Glass Wall Mosaic Intro to Street Jazz & Hip Hop Level 1 Intro to Street Jazz & Hip Hop Level 1 Intermediate Street Jazz & Hip Hop Level III Let’s Swing! Dancing for Brides, Grooms and Wedding Guests Intro to Jazz for Kids (Ages 9 - 13) Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel Functional Handbuilding Garden Ornaments Drumming Essentials (Teen to Adult) *Basic Camera Techniques *Basic Black and White Darkroom *Advanced Darkroom *Adobe PageMaker *Web Design
TUESDAYS Beginning Drawing Beginning Drawing and Watercolor Intermediate Drawing Intermediate Watercolor Intro to Warm (Fused) Glass Workshop Intro to Warm (Fused) Glass Workshop Community African Dance Bellydance I Salsa Beading Design Easy Links Beading Design for Kids (Ages 10 -16) Creative Theatre for Kids (Ages 6 - 10) Theatre for Dramatic Teens and Pre-Teens (Ages 11 - 16) Basic Camera and Darkroom The Fine Print Introduction to Clay:Wheel and Handbuilding Beginning and Intermediate Wheel Sculptural Handbuilding Popular Latin Rhythms *Exploring Photographic Composition *Illustrator Innovations *Typography *Managing Your Arts Business II (Accounting)
WEDNESDAYS Figure Drawing Gesture Drawing II Mosaic Flower Pot Workshop Mosaic Flower Pot Workshop Warm Glass Fusing Beginning/Intermediate Street Jazz & Hip Hop Level II Theatre Jazz Breathe, Stretch, Shake! Movement for Everyone Wire Works Junk from the Trunk Hip Hop for Kids (Ages 9-13) Afro-Jazz I (Ages 6-9) Theatre Dance: KIDS ON BROADWAY (Ages 12-16) Express Yourself!! Creative Self Portraits (Ages 12 - 16) Experimental Darkroom Techniques
Continuing Wheel Developing Guitar Techniques Songwriting for Everyone *Portrait Photography *Digital Photography *Drawing Fundamentals For Graphic Design
THURSDAYS Intermediate Painting Pique Assiette Stepping Stones Bellydance II Surface Design on Fabric *Daytime - Homeschoolers Welcome Art and Clay for Families Art and Clay for Families Toddler / Parent Art and Clay Toddler / Parent Art and Clay Afro-Jazz II (Ages 10-18) Kids Imaginative Dance Making (Ages 6-12) Creative Dance for Children with Special Needs Clay for Teens:Wheel and Hanbuilding (Ages 12 - 16) Dance FUNdamentals (Ages 3 & 4) Dance FUNdamentals (Ages 5 & 6) Dance FUNdamentals (Ages 6 - 8) Creative Glass Fusing for Kids Creative Glass Fusing for Kids Intro to Wheel Techniques Beyond Center Modern Metal Forms *Held at the Artsist Studio!* Intermediate Beginning Violin Advanced Violin *Photographic Excursions *Introduction to Graphic Design Animation / Motion Graphics (Ages 13 and up) Polymer Clay (Ages 8 and up) Polymer Clay for Adults Chain Making and Charms Wax Carving for Jewelry Making
FRIDAYS Yoga Hatha
SATURDAYS Simple Gifts in Sterling Silver and Gemstone Beads Master Techniques in Oil Painting Narrative Painting: Storytelling and Visual Art Yoga Basics Saturday Night Hip Hop Jams Basic Bellydance for Scaredy Cats Bellydance Workshop for Moms and Daughters Floor Loom Teaser Silk Painting Creating Creative Floorcloths Knitting 101: the Sassy Striped Scarf Poke Poke Poke: Needle Felted Jewelry Feltmaking 101 Art and Clay for Families Family Art and Clay II Kids Fold and Tie Dye (Ages 7-11) Tie Dye for Teens (Ages 12 - 16) Toddler / Parent Creative Dance (Ages 2 & 3) Dance FUNdamentals (Ages 3 & 4) Dance FUNdamentals (Ages 5 & 6) Introduction to Pottery Whistlin’ Critters: Clay Whistle Workshop Modern Metal Forms *Held at the Artsist Studio!* Easy Woodworking with a Computer-Controlled Router
Teapot Workshop Easy Woodworking with a Computer-Controlled Router
SUNDAYS Open Figure Drawing Finger Painting and the Shavian Technique:
Finger Painting for Teachers Finger Painting and the Shavian Technique:
Finger Painting for Parent and Child Yoga and the Art of Movement Workshop Yoga Hatha:An Introductory Workshop Veil Fun for Bellydancers Magical Masks Yo-Yos to Go Bunnies On Parade Painted Parasols Placecards and Marvelous Matching Napkin Rings A Bouquet for Mother’s Day Matting, Mounting and Framing Artwork *Adobe Photoshop Digital Video Editing
Workshops: Narrative Painting: Storytelling and Visual Art Finger Painting and the Shavian Tec