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Teen Studio Week (Middle & High Schoolers)


Join us for a week of classes that focus on studio arts with daily morning and afternoon classes available. Each session is $85 and students can sign up for a single class, or attend 2 classes a day. Young artists will get the opportunity to work with emerging and established professional artists on either honing or learning the skills of a variety of media.

Students who enroll in both a Morning & Afternoon session are welcome to register to join one of our professional artists during the lunch break (12:00 – 1:00) to ask them more about the form, or questions about what is like to be a working artist.  

10% Discount for Chehalem Cultural Center Members
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE


TEEN STUDIO WEEK

AFTERNOON SESSIONS
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

STAGE & THEATRE WORKSHOPS
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MIXED MEDIA
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CERAMICS WHEEL THROWING STUDIO
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MORNING SESSIONS
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO
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DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO
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NEW FOR 2019

STAGE & PLAY: TEEN THEATRE WORKSHOPS

Do you have a passion for theatre, design, or self-expression? Are you curious about what goes on backstage and behind-the-scenes? Join us for our inaugural Stage & Play: Teen Theatre Workshop series to discover and develop new skills in the theatre arts.

Workshops are led by trained professionals in the field and are open to all levels: all are welcome and no experience necessary. Wear clothes you can move in comfortably and pack a snack and be ready to explore!

Monday: Live from the CCC! Improv & Theatre Games. 
Taking a leaf from beloved sketchy comedy show Saturday Night Light, students will learn theatre games, improv exercises, and tips & tricks of sketch comedy to loosen up and find joy and confidence in the unknown 

Tuesday: Make the Magic: The Artistry of Theatre Design. 
Students will examine the cornerstones of great theatre scenic design before using an array of creative means and arts & crafts supplies to design their own Broadway play or musical.

Wednesday:  Who Tells Your Story: Playwriting as Storytelling. 
Utilizing the endless possibilities of playwriting and theatre to help students write and tell their own stories, fiction or non-fiction, in narrative form.

Thursday: Ace the Audition: Techniques & Tips.
Sharing tips and tricks of acting, focused on the audition process. Students will gain confidence as they tackle monologues and cold readings.

Friday: Physical Theatre: Circus, Comedy, & Combat.
Students will tap into their funny bone as they learn the tricks of physical comedy and light-hearted stage combat, with a touch of circus mayhem!

For more information, reach out to workshop coordinator Cressa M. Burris here.

Earlier Event: March 25
Spring Break Art Camp