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Clement Kids Spring Semester 2020

Amelia Cox, Clement Kids Director

Clement Kids Spring Semester 2020 begins January 13 and registration is now open!
Check out the class schedule and descriptions below, and make sure to register before the classes fill up!

 


Studio Elevare Dance

Creative Movement (ages 3 - 5)
- Thursday 4:45-5:30 pm

Pre-Ballet (ages 5 - 6)
- Thursday 3:45-4:30 pm

Ballet 1 (ages 7 - 9)
- Wednesday 5:45-6:45 pm

Ballet 2 (8+/Instructor Placement Required)
- Thursday 5:45-6:45 pm

Ballet 3 (8+/Instructor Placement Required)
- Thursday 5:45-7:15 pm

 


Visual Art

Mixed Medium 1 (ages 7 - 9)
- Monday 4:30-5:30 pm

Mixed Medium 2 (ages 13 - 18)
- Wednesday 5:00-6:00 pm

Mixed Medium 3 (ages 13-18) (FULL)
- Wednesday 6:15-7:15 pm

Hand Stitching 1 (ages 7+)
- Thursday 4:30-5:30 pm

Hand Stitching 2 (ages 7+)
- Thursday 5:45-6:45 pm

Photography and Graphic Design (ages 13 - 18)
- Monday 5:45-6:45 pm

Ceramics and Pottery (ages 8-12)
- Tuesday 4:30-5:30 pm

Ceramics and Pottery (ages 13-18)
- Tuesday 5:45-6:45 pm

Lettering and Sketchnotes (ages 13 - 18)
- TBA


Music 

Toddler Music (ages 1 - 3)
- Thursday 9:30-10:15 am

Group Guitar (ages 9 - 12)
- Thursday 4:30-5:30 pm


Drama 

Theatre (ages 6 - 10)
- Thursday 5:40-6:40 pm

 


Clement Kids offers quality children’s arts instruction in a fun and uplifting environment with instructors who love children as much as their craft. Our classes are open community-wide, and children in foster care are invited to attend tuition free. Proceeds from Clement Kids support local adoption. 

Class Descriptions

Creative Movement: This class assists the very young dancer in exploring movement through music, creativity and imagination and introduces basic ballet vocabulary.

Pre-Ballet: This class introduces beginning ballet concepts including musicality, rhythm, coordination, spatial awareness, class etiquette, and more.

Ballet 1: This class focuses on proper posture and body alignment, while also building on French terminology and musicality. 

Ballet 2: This class reinforces the basic concepts learned in Ballet 1 while placing great attention and focus on positions of the arms, direction of the body, and increased understanding of ballet technique.

Ballet 3: This class continues to advance the technique learned in Ballet 2 while placing great attention and focus on positions of the arms, direction of the body, and increased understanding of ballet technique.

Mixed Medium: These classes spend some time in brush lettering, ink washes, watercolors, watercolor pencils, acrylics, collage, textures and finally combining all to create mixed media projects.

Hand Stitching: Students will learn a variety of hand stitching skills, including a running stitch, back stitch, whip stitch, crochet, and more. 

Photography & Graphic Design: This class will include a balance of taking and interpreting photographs through prompts and challenges as well as working with Photoshop to enhance how images are understood. Students will need to have access to a digital camera (smartphones are sufficient) as well as a laptop with Photoshop to bring to class.

Ceramics/Pottery: Through this class, students will be given an introduction to working with clay as an artistic medium focusing weekly on a new skill and method of working with clay, including but not limited to coiling, slab building, hand forming, etc.

Sermon Sketchnotes: This class is an introduction to visual notetaking for Sunday mornings and private devotions by learning the basics of Sermon Sketchnotes including: color, layout, doodling, text hierarchy and letter. 

Toddler Music: This class will introduce kids to singing, dancing, and playing instruments, as well as a wide range of musical styles. Toddlers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Group Guitar: This class will cover basic guitar skills such as strings, theory, chord progression, strumming, picking, etc.

Theatre: Students will learn the importance of self-confidence, creative thinking, and public speaking through theatre, and they will focus on forming characters and learning how the theatre works through acting and backstage work.

 



Amelia Cox serves on staff as Clement Arts as Clement Kids Director. She loves how the Lord has brought together her love for adoption and foster care with her passion for music and fine arts.

Clement Kids offers quality children’s arts instruction in a fun and uplifting environment with instructors who love children as much as their craft. The camps are open community-wide, and children in foster care are invited to attend tuition free. Proceeds from Clement Kids support local adoption.

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