Tri-State Community School for the Arts presents the class “Fun with Art” as part of the Summer I Class Session, which runs May 14 through June 23. The class meets Mondays from 5-6PM with instructor Lindsey Crabtree. For ages 4-10. Cost is $100.
Have a young artist who wants to get his or her hands into everything? This class offers an opportunity for students to do just that! Students will experience a variety of mediums, including 2D and 3D art, collage, painting, drawing, and so much more. While trying a new medium and technique each week, students will also receive basic instruction on design elements, such as shapes and lines, color theory, medium handling, and art vocabulary. The class will close with a gallery show for students to exhibit their work that they completed in the class.
Scholarships are available on a need basis. If you are interested, don't let cost be an issue. We want you in our programs. Please call us at 301-876-1562 for more information. Get involved and get creative! Funding is awarded to students based on income and scholarship availability. In the event you do not receive a scholarship, we can offer you an installment plan. Scholarship applications are due May 9 for the Summer I session. Get involved and get creative!
Registration begins Monday April 30, 2012. For more information on classes, or to register online, visit www.tristatearts.com. Tri-State Community School for the Arts is located 115 Baltimore Street in Downtown Cumberland (in the mezzanine above Hobby’s Plus).
Donors & Supporters
Thank you to our donors and supporters- The Allegany Arts Council, Allegany College, The Bon-Ton, Chessie Federal Credit Union, the Community Trust Foundation, Cranberryjade Services, Dante's, DelFest, LLC, First People's Community Federal Credit Union, Front and Centre Stage Productions, Hare & Walsh, PC, the Maryland State Arts Council, Music at Penn Alps, PNC Bank, and the Western Maryland Jaycees.
Did you know that the arts are a critical component to a complete education and are proven to increase student academic achievement? Research has found that organizations that center activities around the arts enable the youth who attend their programs to improve their academic standing, increase their abilities in self-assessment and motivation, and raise their sense of the importance of planning and working for a positive future for themselves and their communities. At Tri-State Community School for the Arts, we believe that our students are capable of having a positive impact on our community, and we seek to empower them through creative and positive thinking skills, and by allowing them opportunities to shine through acting, music, and painting.
Tri-State Community School for the Arts- Nurturing the creative spirit in our community.