Saturday Art Workshops

Saturday, September 21st, 2019

Classes are at LCCC City Center

201 West Erie Avenue in Lorain  – Two Classrooms + Assembly Area

(corner of 4thStreet and Broadway)

Check-in with TrueNorth Reception Mrs. Kirsten Sedlickin the front lobby of the City Center to sign-up for classes, free and open to all ages!

11:00 a.m. – 12 noon

Koinobori, Classroom A

Fish in the Sea, Classroom A

Percussion Instruments, Classroom B

 

12 noon – 1:00 p.m.

Koinobori, Classroom A

Fish in the Sea, Classroom A

Percussion Instruments, Classroom B

Paint Masks and wear them tonight at the Parade!  Classroom B

Mr. Fowler – Performance Art ….

Hip Hop and where it comes from … Assembly Room

 

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Koinobori, Classroom A

Fish in the Sea, Classroom A

Percussion Instruments, Classroom B

Paint Masks and wear them tonight at the Parade!   Classroom B

Fundamentals of Swing Dance, Assembly Room

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Percussion Instruments, Classroom B

Paint Masks and wear them tonight at the Parade!   Classroom B

Chalk Art!  Outside front entrance

Second Line Dance Party. Assembly Room

Classroom A: Teacher:  Diana Avila

Koinobori – “carp streamer” is a Japanese art which is typically done in May to celebrate children’s day with respect to their personalities and happiness. A great family oriented art opportunity for all.

Classroom A:  Teacher, Sue Kauffman

Create one of the fish in the sea with color, scales, and creativity!  Come create with us!

        

Classroom B:  Teacher: Holly Kowalski

Duct Tape Drums and Shakers:

Make colorful drums and maracas decorated with duct tape.  (It’s harder than it looks!)

Classroom B:  Teacher: Jeff Pye

Paint Masks and wear them tonight at the Parade!

Assembly Room:

12 noon – 1:00 p.m.

Mr. Fowler – performance art …. Hip Hop and where it comes from …

DANCE WORKSHOPS

Fundametals of Swing Dance

1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Learn the fundamental skills of the easiest and most well-known form of partnered dancing – The Jitterbug! This workshop is taught by swing dance champion Valerie Salstrom who is also the owner of the swing dance company Get Hep Swing.

Students should wear comfortable clothing and shoes with a non-stick sole.

Second Line Dance Party

2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

It’s a mobile, musical, dance party! – and EVERYONE is invited to join in the fun!

Second Lines are a tradition in New Orleans and are used to commemorate the moments in life that are worthy of a celebration … or sometimes just for the sake of letting the good times roll.

Teacher: Valerie Salstrom and Tyedric HIll