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Summer Session 2011

Summer Session 2011

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COMMuNITY
SCHOOL ARTS
SUMMER 2011: June - August 
Schauer Arts & Activities Center147 N. Rural Street, Downtown Hartford262-670-0560, ext. 4www.SchauerCenter.org/CSA
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Daily Schedle
8:45 am Check in9:00 am Morning vocal warm-ups, stretching, and breathing9:30 am Divided choir rehearsals or master classes11:30 am Break 11:45 am Combined choir rehearsal12:30 pm Parent pickup
Tition:
$175
(no audition required) 
Teaching Artists:
Celia Meisel - Camp Director, Concert SingersDirector and Combined Choir DirectorHeather Peters - Prelude Singers DirectorEllen Winters - Guest Artist, Pop and Jazz Singing master class facilitator
Performance: 
Friday, July 291:30 pm
Time:
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Grades:
Entering 6-12 (with at least two years playing experience) 
Tition:
$175
(ps)
 Join us for a comprehensive week of string training! Daily instruction will focus onside-by-side playing which gives younger students an opportunity to gain hands onexperience while performing next to older, more seasoned musicians. Our seasonedmusicians will have the opportunity to work with expert teachers, to achieve a new level of playing, develop a passion for their repertoire, and develop leadership skills to be used in theirown orchestra. This program will give students tremendous inspiration and condence whilelearning challenging repertoire. Students will be given the tools to rise to their highestmusical ability. Professional teaching artists will hold daily sectionals.
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Time:
12:45 - 1:45 pm
Grades:
Entering 2-5 (no experienceneeded)
Tition:
$
55 (ps) Just starting your string instrument or never played one before? Join us for one hour a day to learn thebasics of your instrument, during our week-long string camp.Please call 262-670-0560, ext. 4, for a separate brochure with a daily schedule and instructor biographies.
Both stringcorses will clminate with a pblic concert on Friday, Agst 12 at 7:00 pm in the Rth A. Knoll Theater.
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Tesdays,10:00-10:45 am
 June 14 - July 19
(no class July 5)
Tition:
$49 (cm)
Ages:
 
6 months – 5 years
Class Size
:
Min 5 / Max 12Plant the seed of music as we explore the joys of listening,singing, and moving to music. Interact with your child one-on-one or bring the whole family. Students will engage in ageappropriate games and activities that encourage positive socialinteraction. We will provide a nurturing environment for yourchild to develop healthy motor movement and language skills.
Presented by The Terri and Verne Holoubek Family Foundation
Calling all youth singers! This camp is for youth singers who want to develop their singing abilities. Students will be divided bygrade into two groups. Camp participants will attend daily vocal warm-up sessions, divided choir rehearsals, and master classes.All campers will join together daily for combined choir sessions that will include an interactive singing experience with onesession led by guest teaching artist, Ellen Winters.
Prelde Singers
 
 
Grades:
 
Entering 5K-3Students will sing in unison and two part, learn basic choreography, play singing games, and sing songs of different cultures.Master Classes include Jazz Call and Response, Make an Instrument, Sing/Play-a-long!, Drumming/Creative Music Ensemble.
Concert Singers
 
 
Grades:
Entering 4-8Students will sing in 2-3 parts and explore the basics of Show Choir. Participants will learn a pop song and work with achoreographer during the week. Three students will have the opportunity to sing a solo for the Pop Singing master class.Please mention interest upon registration. Master classes include Jazz Singing Techniques, Show Choir Choreography, PopSinging/ Microphone Technique, and Solo Performing.
Agst 15-19
First Stage Children’s Theaterof Milwaukee is committed toproviding high quality theaterexperiences for young peopleand their families. The Academyclasses teach life skills throughstage skills. First Stage’sprofessional staff strives toprovide the best theater trainingwhile being conscious of thedevelopment of each student,helping them to take their nextstep as an actor and as a person.
Instrctor:
First Stage Theater Academy Faculty
Class Size:
Min 10 / Max 40First Stage Theater Academy reserves the right to cancelany course if enrollment is “insufcient.”Funding Assistance:
 
Upon request, a limited number of ½(HALF) price honorariums are available on a rst come,rst served basis, courtesy of The Hartford Players, Ltd.
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Grades:
Entering
K5-2 (must be age 5 by June 1 to enroll)First Stage Theater Academy’s morning and afternoonprograms introduce our youngest students to the processof theater through focused work in creative drama andexploration of voice and movement. The curriculumalso focuses on self condence, personal expression,disciplined effort, and group cooperation.
Time:
9:00-11:30 am
OR
12:30-3:00 pm
Tition:
$125
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Grades:
Entering
3-8This one-week camp is a fun yet disciplined programdesigned for students who are new to theater, and forreturning students seeking to further develop theirtheater skills. Camp will focus on developing theater skillsincluding work in Stage Movement, Voice and Speech,Improvisation, Shakespeare, and Acting Theory.
 
Time:
9:00 am-3:00 pm
Tition:
$225
Class Size:
Min 5 / Max 10
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 Jne 16 - Jly 7 
6:00-7:30 pm
Ages:
6-12
Tition:
$55 (aw)Kids have a unique connection to clay. Starting early from mudpies to sand castles, kids explore shape, texture, and formmolded from earth. This four week course will allow studentsto develop their connection to clay through explorationof various hand-building techniques. Students will create,glaze, and nish pinch pots, coil pots, and slab pieces that arefunctional, sculptural, or both. No experience needed.
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 Wednesdays
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Ages:
9-13
Tition:
$15/session
Explore how to use charcoal and pastel mediums whiledrawing the subject matter of your choice. Learn techniquesto best execute proper layout, proportions, perspective, andshading in each drawing.
Session 1: Jly 13Charcoal DrawingSession 2: Agst 10Pastel Drawing
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 Wednesday, Jly 13
9:00-10:00 am
Ages:
2-5
Tition:
$10Caregivers spend time creating wonderful pieces of art withtheir toddler(s). Watch and assist your artist in unique projectsthat use a variety of materials and techniques. Join us toexplore the wonders of shape, line, texture, form, and design.
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 Wednesday, Agst 10
9:00-10:00 am
Ages:
6-8
Tition:
$10Students attend class without an adult and continue to learnthe fundamentals covered in the Budding Artists Workshopwhile exploring different mediums.
Youth Visual ArtsNew 
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Unveiling 
 Jne 2511:00 am
The sculpture unveiling will take place outside, between the SchauerCenter and Hartford Recreational Center at the site of instillation.Speakers will include Hartford Mayor Joe Dautermann, artist Joel Pfeiffer,and Schauer Board President Dr. Mark Lindborg. Commemorativemerchandise will be for sale inside the Schauer Center until 2:00 pm.
Early Childhood Music First Stage Theater Academy Camp Camp Choral-ation 
 Jly 25-29
All Things Strings Academy 
Agst 8 - 12
Photo Credit: Kwisth Photography
 
PAGE 2Schauer Arts & Activities Center147 N. Rural Street, Downtown Hartford262-670-0560,
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Within the ballet world there are several schools of style and methods. Our classes will integrate styles andtechnique from these different schools. Our ultimate goalis for each student to learn what their body is capable of and how to utilize his/her own strength.
Ballet IMondays
 
 
4:30-5:15 pm
Students focus on style and technique to learn ballet basics.
Ages:
 
8-10
 
Tuition:
$70 (rr)
Ballet II & III*Thursdays
 
 
4:30-5:30 pm
Tuition:
$89 (rr)
Ballet IV & V*Mondays
 
5:20-6:50 pm &
Thursdays
 
5:35-7:05 pm
Tuition:
$255 (rr)
Pointe*
Includes Ballet IV&V 
Thursdays
 
7:05-7:35 pm
Tuition:
$305 (rr)
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 Wednesdays
 
 
4:45-5:15 pm
Introduction to ballet and movement exploration.Students must be potty-trained with independentbathroom habits.
Ages: 
3-4
  
Tuition:
$49
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Introduction to basic ballet and tap techniques.
Ballet/Tap Combo I Wednesdays
 
 
5:20-6:05 pm
Ages
:
 
5-7
 
 
Tuition:
$70 (ma)
Ballet/Tap Combo 2*Tuesdays
 
5:35-6:35 pm
Tuition:
$89 (ma)
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Students will gain rhythm, strength, balance, andcoordination by learning tap technique and fundamentals.
Tap 1 & 2Tuesdays
 
 
5:00-5:30 pm
Ages
:
8-10
 
Tuition:
$49 (ma)
 Jne 20 - Agst 15
No Class Jly 4Stdents mst be age listed as of May 1, 2011 to enroll.
Class Size:
Min 5 / Max 12
See Page 3 for Instructor KeyThe Schauer School of Dance was founded in January 2007and focuses on building students’ dance abilities through thedevelopment of a strong technical foundation. This 8 week session is the perfect time to give dance a try or keep up withyour routine.
Ages:
16+
 
Class Size:
Min 5 / Max 10See Page 3 for Instructor Key
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Thrsdays, Jne 30 - Agst 4Time:
9:00 am-12:00 pm 
Tition:
$119 (fh)
Registration Deadline 
Thursday, June 16This six week workshop will concentrate on the fundamentals of landscape painting while exploring the beauty of the Southern KettleMoraine. Learn outdoor painting techniques required in capturingthe shifting light and color of the outdoors. Working in small-to mid-size format, paint several eld studies with a focus on composition,value, color, and cohesion of the major masses. A portion of theinstruction will take place in the studio with an emphasis on reningeld studies or developing a larger work. This class is for studentswith current painting experience, but familiarity with outdoorpainting is not a requirement. Instructor demonstrates in oil.Supplies not included; supply list given at time of registration.
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Monday, Jne 6
6:00-9:30 pm
 Tition:
$45 (tf)6” x 10”, and 11” tall at the handle. The colorchoice for this basket will be black, brown orgreen. A Cherokee wheel design accents thebasket and is nished off with a leather handle.This is a good basket for a beginning weaver. 
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Monday, Jly 25
6:00-9:30 pm
Tition:
$55 (tf)This basket is woven with two 10” round hoops andfeatures a god’s eyes method to join the hoops. Ribplacement will be discussed. This is a good beginneror intermediate weaver basket.
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Monday, Agst 22 
6:00-9:30 pm
 Tition:
$55 (tf)9” diameter and 6“ tall. It is woven on a doubleslotted wooden base. The color choices for thisbasket will be black, brown or green. The outsideof the basket is accented with randing and arrowtwinning. This is a beginner or intermediate weaverbasket.
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Tesdays, Agst 9-30 
6:00-8:00 pm
 Tition:
$69 (aw)Create artistic accents for meals at home. From Brie bakers toolive dishes, to sushi plates and beyond. Using simple techniques,you will learn to hand-build your own unique serving accessoriesfor your next dinner party, or simply to brighten up family dinners.Students should bring a sketchbook to each session, suppliesincluded. No experience in ceramics is required.
Adult Dance 
Ages:
16+
Class Size:
Min 5 / Max 12
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Mondays, Jne 20 - Agst 15
 
7:45-8:30 pm
Tition:
$70 (rr)
No Class July 4
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 Wednesdays, Jne 22 - Agst 10
 
7:15-7:45 pm
Tition:
 
$49 (ma)
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7:30-8:15 pm
Tition:
$70 (ma)
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Session 1:
Tuesdays, June 21 - July 19 (no class July 5)
Session 2:
Tuesdays,
 July 26 - August 16
Tition:
 
Individual $40, Couples $75 (kt)Private lessons available upon request.
Beginning Ballroom
 
 6:00-7:00 pmNo experience welcome! Join us to learn to the basicsfor partner dances such as Fox Trot, Waltz, Rumba, andMerengue. Beyond just steps and patterns, class focuses ongood form and function. You will learn the movement andpartnering principles to t your individual style. No partnerneeded. Dress comfortably and be ready to move.
Intermediate Ballroom
 
 7:15-8:15 pmAdd to the foundationbuilt in BeginningBallroom. Learn morepatterns and techniqueson the frame, leadingand following as well asan introduction to newdances like Tango, Swing,Cha-Cha, and Salsa.Beginning Ballroom orteacher approval neededto enroll.
 
Aditions:
Monday, June 2010:00 amRegistration begins at 9:30 am. Auditions are held as agroup and last approximately 90-120 min.
Grades:
Entering 1-12
Tition:
$50 for those cast in production**
Instrctor:
Missoula Children’s Theatre Faculty
Rehearsals:
 June 20-24 
 
10:30 am-12:30 pm & 1:00-3:00 pm*
Performances:
Friday, June 24 at 7:00 pm  Saturday, June 25 at 2:00 pm
Special Notes:
Audition is required for participation - there is NO FEE toaudition, tuition is due by Wednesday, June 22 for those cast.
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Students must be available for all rehearsal days and times toaudition. A detailed rehearsal schedule will be distributed to thecast following auditions.** Tuition fee includes enrollment in one MCT workshop listedbelow and one complimentary ticket to a nal performance.
Missoula Children’s Theatre Workshops
Instrctor:
Missoula Children’s Theatre Faculty
Tition:
$10 (
Snow White
cast exempt from fee)
Class Size:
Max 30
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Tesday, Jne 21
  9:30-10:15 am
Grades:
 
Entering 9-12It’s your rst day of college, and your rst class is Acting 101.What can you expect to learn today? Explore what otheractors learn on their journey to becoming a professional actor.
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 Wednesday, Jne 22
 
 9:30-10:15 am
Grades:
 
Entering 1-2Young students use their imagination to transform a storyinto a play, while learning the importance of focus, thedevelopment of character, and the use of pantomime.
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Thrsday, Jne 23 
 9:30-10:15 am
Grades:
 
Entering 3-5The basic tools of the actor’s trade - observation,memorization, concentration, and imagination - arepresented and explored in an entertaining manner.Students participate in a variety of fun exercises, learning toapply the actor’s tools to performing and to everyday life.
 
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Friday, Jne 24 
 9:30-10:15 am
Grades:
 
Entering 6-8Participation is emphasized as the students learn to actwithout a script. This workshop can be geared to a fullrange of abilities, from beginners to more experiencedyoung actors.
 Jne 20-25
A special one-week intensive drama workshop for childrenentering grades 1-12. A fully staged and costumed musicaladaptation of 
Snow White
will showcase the talents of 50+ local youth.Those cast will rehearse for the week and perform Friday, June 24and Saturday, June 25. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!
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Mondays
 
6:55-7:40 pm
Class will combine elements of ballet, modern, and jazz whilefocus is placed on technique, body alignment, and emotionalstate to establish a mind-body connection.
Ages:
12-18 
Tition:
$70 (rr)
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Thrsdays
 
7:40-8:25 pm
Class incorporates elements of jazz dance technique combined with funky street-style hip-hop movement.No prior experience is necessary.
Ages:
10-16
  
Tition:
$70 (rr)
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Tesdays
 
6:40-7:25 pm
Learn Broadway choreography from popular musicals, like
Wicked 
,
Legally Blonde
,
West Side Story 
, and many more. Studentswill learn how to interpret the music and plot of a show in their movements.
Grades:
6-12
 
Tition:
$70 (ma)
*Approval needed to enroll.
Schauer School of Dance Adult Visual Arts
 
Schauer Arts & Activities Center147 N. Rural Street, Downtown Hartford262-670-0560,
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The Schauer Center’s Education & Inspiration Fund isavailable to provide need-based nancial aid to prospectivestudents to help overcome barriers to enrollment inSchauer Center classes or activities.The E&I Fund is a self-sustaining fund independent of theSchauer Center’s operating budget. Interested personsor organizations can make donations through the SchauerCenter to support the growth and development of thiseducational resource. For information contact ourDirector of Development at 262-670-0560, ext. 216.The Schauer Center wishes to recognize and thank thefollowing recent contributors to the E&I Fund: CSA families,Helgesen Industries, Inc., and the Hartford Rotary Club.
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Consider becoming a “Friend” of the Schauer Center.As an independent non-prot organization, the SchauerCenter relies on annual contributions from individuals tosupport and expand the educational opportunities that weoffer. The Community School of the Arts is only partiallysupported by tuition fees. Much of the programming andoperational support comes from a growing base of donorswho are dedicated to making the arts accessible to all.As a “Friend,” CSA registration fees are waived, this is oneof many benets with your minimum contribution of $50a year. For more information on donor benets and givingopportunities, contact our Director of Development at262-670-0560, ext. 216.The Schauer Center is home to four community arts organizationswho provide opportunities to get involved in the arts. If you areinterested in learning more, please contact these groups using theinformation provided.
Community Arts GroupsSave 10%
Mltiple Class/Sibling Discont:
Receive a 10% discount for enrolling in more than one classor enrolling more than one family member in a session.Participants must pay the FULL tuition fee for the class withthe highest tuition. One-day workshops under $40 areNOT subject to 10% multiple class/sibling discounts.
Stdent Referral Discont:
Recommend family and friends to experience theCommunity School of the Arts programs. If your nameis mentioned at the time of registration you will receive acoupon for 10% off your next tuition.
The initials of the class instrctor are listedafter the tition cost for each class.Instrctor biographies can be fond atSchaerCenter.org/CSA.
(ma)(tf)(sg)(fh)(cm)
Melissa ArnoldTerri FeutzSue GirtenFrank HoeferCelia Meisel
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Rebecca RinnPhil ScalesKacie ThomasAndee Warren
Deadline for Registration:
 
It is suggested that studentsregister at least two weeks prior to the start date for anygiven program. A deadline of one week must be adhered to.Enrollment levels are evaluated at this time and class will becancelled if minimum enrollment isn’t met.
Mltiple Class/Sibling Discont:
If registering formore than one class or enrolling more than one familymember in a session, you are eligible for a 10% discount.Participants must pay the FULL tuition fee for the class withthe highest tuition and are entitled to a 10% discount onadditional tuitions. One-day workshops under $40 are NOTsubject to 10% multiple class/sibling discounts.
Registration Fee:
A registration fee of $10 per student,per semester applies when enrolling in CSA programs14 days prior to program’s start date. A $15 LATEregistration fee per student, per semester applies whenenrolling less than 14 days prior to program’s start date.Registration fee does not apply for programs with a tuitionfee of $40 or less. Maximum of four registration fees perfamily during any given semester. This fee is non-refundableexcept in cases where the class is cancelled. “Friends” of theSchauer Center are exempt from registration fees.
NEW!
 
Residents living within the boundaries of the WestBend School District are also exempt from a registration feedue to support from the West Bend Community Foundation.
Refnd Policy:
Notication of withdrawal and request forrefunds must be submitted in writing to the Schauer Center.A 50% refund of the tuition in the form of a gift certicate will bein effect through the second class/rehearsal. After the secondclass, NO REFUNDS will be offered.
Class Size:
 
All CSA classes carry a minimum/maximum classsize that determines if the class will be offered. Classes notmeeting the minimum will not be offered. Maximum levels aredetermined by classroom space or instructor/student ratios.
Payment Plans:
Payment plans may be arranged withthe Schauer Center for any class with a tuition fee of $100or more. However, a minimum of 1/4 of the tuition feemust be paid prior to the start of the rst class/rehearsal.Payment plans must be paid with a credit or debit card, and anarrangement application must be completed and turned intothe Schauer Center prior to the rst day of class.
Tition Assistance:
Financial assistance may be availableto eligible students for classes or activities. Tuition assistanceis based on nancial need. For an application or moreinformation, call 262-670-0560, ext. 204.
Stdent Absences:
Classes or rehearsals missed bya student due to illness, scheduling conicts or any otherreason are not guaranteed a make-up class. Please notify theSchauer Center if you or your child will be missing class andto discuss available make-up options.
Teacher Absence:
If a teacher is unable to teach a class/rehearsal, the Schauer Center reserves the right to have aqualied professional substitute teach the class or reschedulethe class/rehearsal. In either case, students would beinformed of the change when time allows.
 Waiting Area Policy:
 
Due to numerous activities,event set-up, and valuable artwork on display, the SchauerCenter prohibits parents from waiting in the Gallery (secondoor) after dropping children off for CSA class(es).If a parent chooses to stay on premises for the duration of achild’s class, the Schauer Center requests that parents waiton the lower lobby level.
Qestions:
Contact Education CoordinatorHolly Baris at 262-670-0560, ext. 204 or via email atHolly@SchauerCenter.org.
Community School of the Arts Policies
Please note: Classes, times, dates, policies, and instrctors are sbject to change.Hartford City Band
Eric Dietenberger262-673-0142www.HartfordCityBand.org
Hartford Players
Howard Husslein262-644-1161www.HartfordPlayersLtd.com
Kettle MoraineFine Arts Gild
Greg Torgeson262-644-6593
Hartford Commnity Chors
Ruth Knoll
262-673-3704
www.HartfordCommunityChorus.org
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