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  • Instructor Name
    Clare Shepherd
    Room Number
    117A
    Member Price
    $35
    Non-Member Price
    $60

    Children of all ages will enjoy working with a parent to arrange brightly colored pieces of glass which will be heated in a kiln to fuse them together to make their favorite Pokemon characters and mythical creatures. They can be made into glass jewelry, nightlights, coasters or suncatchers. This is the perfect chance to capture your favorite characters in a new medium. Projects will require overnight cooling and will be available for pick up the following week. A materials fee of $5 per project will be due at the end of class. Bring pictures of your favorite characters for reference. Go to www.flickr.com/photos/marylandhallglassfusing/ to see examples and class projects. (Parents should register just the child for this class, not themselves.)

  • Instructor Name
    Cheryl Mauck
    Ages
    7-12
    Room Number
    102
    Member Price
    $120
    Non-Member Price
    $145

    Students begin with a ballet barre , followed by ballet or jazz across the floor and center movements, concluding with tap dance technique. Creative movement will also be explored in this class. Attire: Leotard, tights, ballet slippers, tap shoes. For more information, please contact the instructor at cmdance1@msn.com No class 7/6/22

  • Instructor Name
    Naptown Jazz Kids Faculty
    Ages
    9-18
    Room Number
    200
    Member Price
    $450
    Non-Member Price
    $475

    "Naptown Jazz Kids is a weeklong immersive day camp for rising 6th through 12th graders. The mission of Naptown Jazz Kids is to entertain, enhance and expand jazz to the greater Annapolis area through education, performance and community service opportunities for students and educators alike. Summer Camp Classes will include : • Jazz improvisation • Instrument and section masterclasses • Pro session performances • Small and large ensemble performance opportunities • Jazz jam session to conclude each day • Opportunity to perform at Maryland Hall For more information, contact Info@naptownjazzkids.org "

  • Instructor Name
    Holly Rosario
    Ages
    9-12
    Room Number
    117B
    Member Price
    $160
    Non-Member Price
    $185

    Comic books, graphic novels, and concept art abound in this week-long camp. Your young artist will learn to think, draw, and ink like an illustrator -- designing works of art around their favorite stories or their own narratives. Students may work in whatever style they wish, but will be encouraged to further their artistic growth with new materials and techniques, including drawing, painting, and other forms of wet media. Storytellers, video game lovers, anime fans, and fine artists alike will love this camp, as they get to learn what it's like to design posters, book covers, games, comics, and more. A materials fee of $15 is due to the instructor at the first class.A supervised break is available for students taking both morning and afternoon camps; students should bring their own lunches. For more information, please contact the instructor at holly@rosar.io

  • Instructor Name
    Andrea Olney-Wall
    Ages
    9-12
    Room Number
    212
    Member Price
    $165
    Non-Member Price
    $190

    This workshop is for beginner to intermediate young painters. Class starts working with the color wheel, mixing the paint color students want for completing several paintings on canvas board. We will use transfer and free hand techniques. Students may bring photos for subjects matter and may include animals, action figures, cartoons, pets, vacation post cards etc. No portraits please. Students will learn how to create brush strokes with several types of brushes using acrylic paints and finishing mediums. A materials fee of $45 is due to the instructor at the first class (this fee covers everything needed for this class and an itemized list is available upon request). I have hundreds of stock photos if students would like to use them. Students attending Jr. Drawing, Painting, may stay through the supervised breaks for lunch/snack time between classes for a fee of $5 per student, per supervised break, per day. The teacher has requested masks be worn in this class. For more information, please contact the instructor at awallstudio@gmail.com.

  • Instructor Name
    Holly Rosario
    Ages
    9-12
    Room Number
    117B
    Member Price
    $160
    Non-Member Price
    $185

    Your young illustrator will love this camp in which they are guided through the process of self-publishing their own book. Over the course of a week, students may choose to author and illustrate a children's book, comic book, or an artist's book to showcase their creativity and storytelling abilities. All students will take home their original manuscript and a digital eBook. A materials fee of $15 is due to the instructor at the first class. A supervised break is available for students taking both morning and afternoon camps; students should bring their own lunches. For more information, please contact the instructor at holly@rosar.io

  • Instructor Name
    Andrea Olney-Wall
    Ages
    9-12
    Room Number
    212
    Member Price
    $145
    Non-Member Price
    $170

    The Kid's Art Studio is a great place for students to use their imagination to create anything! All sorts of supplies, paints, charcoal, markers, pastels, as well as craft supplies galore are at their fingertips to make several creations over the week. We will start with a drawing of their ideas and work these into a 3-D sculpture using all the materials at hand. Students will be using some basic tool in this class. There is amaterials fee of $35.00, payable in cash only, to the Instructor on the first day of class. The instructor has requested mask wearing in this class. Please contact the Instructor with any questions: awallstudio@gmail.com.

  • Instructor Name
    MT-BC Naomi Davis
    Ages
    8-14
    Room Number
    200
    Member Price
    $130
    Non-Member Price
    $155

    Led by a Board Certified Music Therapist, this inclusive group of kids with and without disabilities, as well as teen and young adult volunteer musicians, will have the opportunity to make music and build relationships while working together toward performance opportunities. Previous music skills are a benefit, but not required. To learn more, go to http://www.themusicalautist.org/troupes/ Participants and volunteers will explore and rehearse several songs that will be performed in spring events that are facilitated by The Musical Autist nonprofit, including Open Mic Nights in the Maryland Hall Cafe, Empowerment Jam Sessions and Sensory Friendly Concerts. For information about available scholarships, or to volunteer, go to www.themusicalautist.org/troupes/ or contact the Executive Director, C.J. Shiloh, MT-BC at TheMusicalAutist@gmail.com.

  • Instructor Name
    Ballet Theatre of Maryland Faculty
    Ages
    8+
    Room Number
    302
    Member Price
    $145
    Non-Member Price
    $170

    This class is the basic, entry-level class for the beginning tap and jazz student with an emphasis on the musical theater performing style. Rudimentary skills are developed while learning proper terminology, rhythm and musicality with an added emphasis on strenght and flexibility. Students should be at least 8 years old on or before April 1, 2022. The attire for class is as follows: Girls: Black leotard, tights or socks, shorts (optional), black tap shoes and black jazz shoes; Boys: Shirt, pants or shorts, black tap shoes, and black jazz shoes. Hair should be pulled back off the face into a neat bun or short ponytail. Students must own tap shoes to enroll in this class. Please contact Emily Carey, School Administrator, at 410-263-8289 for more information regarding the Ballet Theatre of Maryland Program. No class July 4.

  • Instructor Name
    MT-BC Naomi Davis
    Ages
    6-10
    Room Number
    200
    Member Price
    $200
    Non-Member Price
    $200

    Weekly community music therapy groups for elementary-aged students with and without disabilities. Class time will be spent in group activities such as singing, dancing, instrument play and music crafts.  For additional information, contact Naomi.Davis.1198@gmail.com