The Fine Arts Center is offering a Day of Dance on Saturday, January 21st.
The Fine Arts Center high school dancers are volunteering their time for this event, and an intermediate ballet class will be taught by FAC dance instructor Jan Woodward.
The intent of the workshop is to offer dancers the opportunity to take class with other dancers in the community who have a similar passion and interest in dance. The classes offered will be similar to the dance curriculum taught at FAC, with classes in modern dance, improvisation, ballet, repertory, musical theatre and hip-hop. Fine Arts Center high school students will teach some of the choreography that they have been creating, so it should be very interesting for students. The final portion of the workshop will conclude with an informal performance, in which students can share what they learned in the repertory class. We hope dancers will bring some of their own choreography to share as well.
Students may register for up to three classes (one class for $7, two classes for $12, or three classes for $15). There is no charge for the informal performance. Check-in begins at 9:00 am in the lobby of the Fine Arts Center and the day will end by 3:00 pm.
Students may bring their own water bottles, but liquids other than water are not allowed. Students may bring a bag lunch that does not contain greasy foods or other messy items. There is not a cafeteria available for students.
Students in grades 4-12, as well as adults, may attend. Students should pre-register with Jan Woodward by contacting her here. Registration may be possible on the day of the event on a space-available basis. All classes will be held in the Fine Arts Center building.