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A QUICK NOTE ABOUT REGISTRATION: Want to register for more than one class or add a sibling to any class? Just go through the process of registering a child for one class, including confirming your registration, then after you land on the payment page just return here to the registration page and register for another class or another child. When you land on the payment page again your total will reflect all your registrations. If you want to register for a closed-out class, please to be put on a waiting list.

CLASSES FOR YOUNG ADULTS (middle school through high school)

    • 09/17/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • 05/27/2019
    • 3:00 PM
    • Hudson Hills Academy, 850 Wolcott Ave., Beacon, NY
    • 14
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    Compass Arts Band and Orchestra program Hudson HillsHudson Hills Band and Orchestra Program

    Compass Arts is thrilled to be working with Hudson Hills Academy to bring our amazing band and strings program back for a third year. And if you are one of Hudson Valley's many parents engaged in homeschooling we are hoping that this year your child will join us!  Justin Keller, Daniel Frankhuizen, Larry Moses, and Bryan Kopchak, are our brilliant, inspired teachers. They love their craft and are active professional Broadway/classical/indie/jazz performers who bring their unique energy and flair to this innovative and fun program.

    • 02/12/2019
    • 06/04/2019
    • 16 sessions
    • Compass Arts, 395 Main Street (back entrance), Beacon, NY
    • 1
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    Compass Arts Rompatom Ensemble Gina Samardge and Justin KellerRompatom Ensemble II for 4th-8th grade
    Taught by Gina Samardge with Justin Keller
    Tuesdays, 5pm-6:30pm, February 12 - June 4 (no class 4/16)
    Tech and Dress Rehearsal May 15, 16 & 17, Performances May 18 and 19

    A vocal, instrumental, and creative ensemble for students in 4th-8th grade, Rompatom ensemble includes singing, movement, theatrical elements, and instrumental play + improvisation on xylophones, recorders, and drums. Students who play another instrument may have an opportunity to incorporate it into some pieces in the ensemble as well. Over the course of the  semester, students will prepare an eclectic mix of material, including a wide range of traditional world music-influenced pieces, classical, rock/pop, and musical theater. Movement and dance will also be explored and possibly incorporated into some of the musical numbers. The end performance will weave together these various explorations and pieces into a magical journey of music, humor, theater, mystery, dance, and joy. There is nothing out there quite like this!

    There is no audition, however, all interested students for Rompatom II are required to attend an intro rehearsal and info session on Tuesday, February 5th, from 5-5:45pm to learn about the material being covered and the expectations of each participant. Payment plans are also available. Please email Gina@CompassArts.org to RSVP for this or to inquire about payment plans.

    • 04/03/2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • 05/29/2019
    • 7:30 PM
    • Compass Arts, 395 Main Street (back entrance), Beacon, NY
    • 10
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    Compass Arts Studio Art Drawing into Painting Kathy MossStudio Art II: Drawing into Painting for 6th-12th grade
    Taught by Amanda E. Gross
    Wednesdays, 5:30pm-7:30pm, April 3 - May 29
    No class April 17

    This class is open to all students in grades 6-12 who want to draw and paint from observation and is appropriate for all levels of experience. Learn observational drawing techniques while exploring materials such as pencil, charcoal, ink and ink wash, watercolor and acrylic painting, concepts such as positive and negative space, additive and subtractive mark making, and the picture plane. Students will be introduced to the works of old and new master artists through reproductions while acquiring skills of seeing and drawing gesture, proportion, scale, weight, volume, and considering subject and narrative. Students will learn and hone their skills in color mixing, value, and composition-related decision making. All aspects of making a compelling picture will be discussed - shape, size, format, and surface, in addition to having fun!

    If you have questions about the class curriculum, please contact Amanda directly - grossdraws@gmail.com

    • 04/04/2019
    • 06/13/2019
    • 10 sessions
    • Compass Arts, 395 Main Street (back entrance), Beacon, NY
    • 3
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    Cartooning Comics Ed MurrCartooning for 3rd-6th grade
    Taught by Ed Murr
    Thursdays, 5pm-6:15pm, April 4 to June 13

    For both returning and new students! Explore the fundamental process of character creation using shape construction to develop the form of the character, while considering the personality of the character and how it informs the shape. Students will turn these characters into a cartoon drawing with a world created entirely by them.  A full character has a world in which they live and students will explore perspective as a tool to build their character's individual world. From there they will introduce these characters into a story of their own creation as they explore the language of comics and sequential storytelling. Perfect for kids interested in comics, cartooning, animation and storytelling!! All supplies included.

    If you have questions about the class curriculum, please contact Ed directly at ed@edmurr.com.

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