Weekend Classes : July 5th ADULT PROGRAM Create With Clay Michele Walmsley Watercolour Landscapes Jim Danino This lively full day course will take a novice or somewhat experienced watercolourist through two activities. First, a chance to experience the 12 basic watercolour techniques and second, to choose between four different projects. We will use step-bystep demonstrations, tips and tricks, and one-onone coaching as needed to guide you towards a final painting. All materials are supplied but participants may bring their own brushes and palettes if they wish. Why not bring a lunch and get a little extra work time? Ages 16+ This workshop will introduce you to the process of basic handbuilding methods of slabwork and the ancient techniques of coiling. Materials will be provided and pieces bisque fired by instructor. Please bring a bag lunch and wear comfortable clothing (ie. old shirt or apron). Come and create your own mask or sun for your garden, make a unique flower vase or build a figurine. The possibilities are endless—have fun, free your imagination and let your muddy hands do the work! Ages 16+ Saturday, July 5, 2014, 9–5, $100 At the Viscount Cultural Centre. Class size is limited so please register early. Saturday, July 5, 2014, 9–4, $70 At the Viscount Cultural Centre. MANITOBA HOLIDAY FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Box 147 Neepawa, Manitoba R0J 1H0 (204) 476-3232 Visit our website for more information including project pictures, instructors’ biographies and updates. Balloon Sculpture www.mts.net/~mhfa Miyoung Kim In this workshop you’ll spend an evening learning to make balloon sculptures, a talent we’ve all wished we had at one time or another. Skills learned in this course will teach you how to make projects from flowers to animals, and carry on to try out your own creations. Ages 14+ Thursday July 10, 7–9 pm, $15 At the Viscount Cultural Centre. The Manitoba Holiday Festival of the Arts owes its beginning to Gissur Eliasson of the School of Fine Arts at the University of Manitoba. He recognized a lack of Art opportunities available for the creative individual and started a “Painting in the Park” program . With the help of the Neepawa Chamber of Commerce, the Neepawa Fine Arts Festival, Neepawa Collegiate Institute Staff and others, the foundations of the Festival were laid. The Festival has grown to include the literary and performing arts as well as various crafts. Canteen will be available during the week in the HMK lunchroom, provided by Shop Easy Grocery. Menu and prices will be available closer to the festival dates. Come out for the festival BBQ on Wednesday evening, July 9, for food, games and fun! Great instruction, small class sizes, something for all ages in a fun, friendly atmosphere Manitoba Holiday Festival of the Arts acknowledges the support of Manitoba Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Town of Neepawa Beautiful Plains Community Foundation REGISTRATION FORM Weekday Classes : July 7 to 11 To ensure a place in the class of your choice, register prior to June 20, 2014 CHILDREN’S PROGRAM ages 5 to 9 Please Print (Fill in all spaces) Name:___________________________________________ Address:_________________________________________ Town/City:_______________________________________ Children, grouped by age, will take the following 5 classes each day, 9am–3:30pm, at HMK. $115. Includes supplies. Prov/State:________ Postal Code:_____________________ Phone #:_________________________________________ Crafty Creations Email:___________________________________________ Julie Gilchrist Course Requested:_________________________________ ________________________________________________ If registration is for Child or Youth, please fill in this section: What do clay, recycling, plants, jewelry and monograms all have in common? Inspiration, fun and creativity! Children will gain skills to continue to craft for later enjoyment by learning the arts of painting, assembling, and clay work. Be ready to showcase your crafty creations. Participant’s Date of Birth:________________________________ Parent/Guardian’s Name:__________________________________ Contact person # during festival ____________________________ PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION FORM Full refund is given if the course is cancelled or filled. No refunds after June 20, 2014. Fun with Music and Movement Kathie Roe Make Cheques payable to: Manitoba Holiday Festival of the Arts Box 147 Neepawa, Manitoba R0J 1H0 Office is located in the Viscount Cultural Centre, Neepawa Administrators: Kathleen Guillas and Rrain Prior Office and Fax: (204) 476-3232 Email: [email protected] Life is a Book Stacey Silverthorn There are no limits to a child’s imagination and books are the best way to open a world of possibilities! We will be exploring the theme that life is like a book and each story is unique. Discover exciting things about yourself as we travel through books to explore new worlds as well as our own. We will discover what makes each of our stories special while creating artistic responses to high quality literature. Each day all age groups will be able to express something interesting about themselves using a variety of everyday materials that they will turn into keepsakes to hold on to for a lifetime! Cheryl Beaumont Everyone has basic needs. Everyone self regulates throughout the day to feel just right (not too excited and not too lethargic). By meeting our needs we can feel attentive and focused. Let’s learn the art of knowing ourselves through creating, drawing, science experiments, enjoying nature and yoga stretches. YOUTH PROGRAM ages 10 and up Take a trip around the world and never leave town! Each day will showcase the food, art and movement of a different country. Monday to Friday 9 am–3:30 pm, at HMK $115. Includes supplies. Canada—Monday Crystal Scott, Toni Kuharski, Susana Danyluik Study Canada’s wildlife, learn some fun footwork and create some down home snack ideas. Learn about this diverse country we call home. Pam Shorting, Cheryl Alexander, Ken McKay Drama Gabby Woods Participate in traditional dance, make bannock and create your very own dreamcatcher. We all already know how to pretend, so in this course we’ll take those imaginative impulses and use them in games, creative exercises, and learning how to act. Open up your imagination! Korea—Wednesday Miyoung Kim, Susan and Jane Son Learn to make Korean cuisine, create decorative paintings and try out Tae Kwon Do. PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Cathy Jean McCutcheon The Art of Understanding Yourself Weekday Classes : July 7-11 First Nations—Tuesday Learn fun upbeat songs to sing and dance to as well as work with music games and rhythm fun. Come sing, dance and play your day away. Music is fun for everyone! 10% discount on 3 or more registrations from the same family. TOTAL CHEQUE ENCLOSED: $__________________________ Weekday Classes : July 7 to 11 Ages 3 to 5 ( 5 year olds can take this half day program or the full day children’s program) Come enjoy a week of artistic exploration and fun activities each morning in a wellsupervised environment. Half day (9am– 12:20pm) at HMK. $65. Includes supplies. Philippines—Thursday Various instructors Spend the day in the Philippines to learn some fun dances, make spring rolls and work with traditional craft materials. Ukraine—Friday Pat Gawazuik, Katryna Doboshynska, Jean Pierre Normandeau Create Easter eggs, learn to make traditional Ukrainian food and enjoy some energetic dance steps.
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