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Quality education for all ages, all abilities and all aspirations!

Spring & Summer Catalog 2010


NO CHARGE. Your voluntary donation will help ensure the future of our free and accessible programs.

arts & entertainment in

tateuchi hall

Info: www.arts4all.org 650-917-6800, ext. 314

Jan 6

WEDNESDAY, 6 PM – STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

Jan 25

MONDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL CULTURAL EVENT

Feb 27

So Percussion

World Harmony Chorus, Friends & Family Concert SUNDAY, 2 & 4 PM – FAMILY CONCERTS

Supported by:

Halau ‘o Keikiali’i, Hawaiian Music

So Percussion

Feb 21

Limited, open seating (approx. 200) is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sponsored by:

SATURDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL CULTURAL EVENT

Recital, Piano Students of Ludmila Kurtova

WED, MARCH 10, 6 PM – 100 Years of Jazz: Beth Goodfellow, Jim Kassis, Rich Kuhns, Hermann Lara, Mike Morris, John Neves, Mark Russo, Perry Thoorsell, Jim Witzel WED, MARCH 10, 7:30 PM – BRASS QUINTET: Bach, Arnold, & a new work by Daniel Wood~ Donald Benham, Jacob Brodski, Richard Roper, Daniel Wood FRI, MARCH 12, 6 PM – WIND QUINTET & SOLOS: Poulenc & Vogel~Carrie Campbell, Alla Dobrish, Mihail Iliev, Kathe Kuehl, Karen Sremac FRI, MARCH 12, 7:30 PM – STRING QUINTET & SEXTET: Mozart & Beethoven~Carrie Campbell, Anthony Doheny, Amy Hsieh, Chinh Le, Hazelle Miloradovitch, Jessica Poll, Daniel Wood

SUNDAY, 2 & 4 PM – FAMILY CONCERTS

Oriki Theatre, African American Music & Dance

Supported by:

May Faculty Concerts – STUDENTS & GUESTS WED, MAY 26, 7:30 PM – MERIT SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS in Ensembles FRI, MAY 28, 6 PM – PIANO QUARTET: Mozart & Schumann~Anthony Doheny, Nicholas Isaacs, special guests Susan Freier & Stephen Harrison

June 14 June 24

MONDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL CULTURAL EVENT

World Harmony Chorus, Friends & Family Concert THURSDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL CULTURAL EVENT

Irene Sharp, Cello, with Steven Lightburn, Piano Funded in part by a grant from Arts Council Silicon Valley, in partnership with the County of Santa Clara, California Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Funded in part by the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation and the David & Lucile Packard Foundation

mohr gallery

December 2009 – January 2010

Francisco “Pancho” Jiménez – Ceramic Sculptures

Mon-Fri, 9 am–7 pm; Sat, 9 am–3 pm

Artist Talk & Reception: Friday, December 11, 6–8 pm Between Worlds, Elizabeth Gomez, oil on canvas

For details, see: www.arts4all.org/view 2

Loren Schoenberg

Apr 18

TUESDAY, 6 PM STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

Loren Schoenberg & Jazz Museum Harlem

February – March

Raquel Coelho – Puppet Vignettes

Artist Talk & Reception: Friday, February 12, 6–8 pm April – May

Elizabeth Gomez – Paintings

Artist Talk & Reception: Friday, April 16, 6–8 pm June – July

Andy Muonio – Paintings & Prints Artist Talk & Reception: Friday, June 25, 6–8 pm

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Oriki Theatre

Mar 30

Halau ‘o Keikiali’i

March Faculty Concerts – QUINTETS


CALENDAR SPRING SEMESTER 2010 PRESCHOOL CLASSES Session A (8 wks): Mon, Jan 25–Mon, Mar 22 Session B (8 wks): Mon, Mar 29–Sat, May 22 No Classes: Mon, Feb 15

MUSIC CLASSES Mon, Feb 8–Sun, June 13 (16 wks) No Classes: Mon, Feb 15; Tue–Sun, Mar 9–14; Tue–Sun, May 25–30; Mon, May 31

MUSIC LESSONS Mon, Feb 1–Sun, June 20 (20 wks) Workshop Wks: Tue–Sun, Mar 9–14; Tue–Sun, May 25–30 No Lessons: Mon, Feb 15; Tue–Sun, Mar 9–14; Tue–Sun, May 25–30; Mon, May 31

ART CLASSES Session A (8 wks): Mon, Jan 25–Mon, Mar 22 Session B (8 wks): Mon, Mar 29–Sat, May 22 No Classes: Mon, Feb 15

VACATION CAMPS Mon–Fri, Feb 15–19 Mon–Fri, Apr 12–16

HOLIDAYS Mon, Feb 15 (Presidents Day) Mon, May 31 (Memorial Day)

SUMMER SESSION 2010 PRESCHOOL CLASSES Sat, June 19–Sat, Aug 14 (8 wks) No Classes: Sat, July 3

MUSIC CLASSES Sat, July 10–Fri, Aug 20 (6 wks)

MUSIC LESSONS Sat, June 26–Mon, Aug 23 (8 wks)

T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Preschool Music & Art Classes 4-6 Music School Sound Sampler Workshops Preview Sessions Suzuki Program Classes Children/Youth Teens/Adults Core Curriculum Classes (All Ages) Music New Media Summer Workshops Private Lessons

7 8 8 9-11 12-13 14-16 17 18-19 34-35

Art School Children/Youth/Teen Classes Teen/Adult Classes

20-23 23-27

Camp Program New Media Camps Feb & Apr Vacation Camps Summer Camps

Registration & Policies Financial Aid Registration Form

28 29 30-33 36-37 37 39

Community Outreach

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Early Registration Discount: To save $10 per class/camp, see pg 36 for deadline information.

ART CLASSES Tue, July 6–Mon, Aug 16 (6 wks)

CAMPS & WORKSHOPS Mon, June 14–Fri, Aug 20

HOLIDAY

www.cac.ca.gov/licenseplate/

Member: National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts

Sat–Sun, July 3–4 (Independence Day)

See Our Website: www.arts4all.org

MISSION STATEMENT

FUNDERS & DONATIONS

The Community School of Music and Arts enhances the quality of life in our region by engaging our diverse community in high-quality arts education, performances and exhibitions.

CSMA is a 501(c)3 non-profit center for arts education. We rely on donations from foundations, corporations and individuals to fund programs, operations and financial aid for youth and low-income families. CSMA is grateful to its many generous donors. For a complete list, see www.arts4all.org. CSMA invites you to support Arts for All through a tax-deductible donation. Info: Development Department, 650-917-6800 ext. 303.

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music & art 4 preschoolers

Preschool Music & Art Classes Spring Semester 2010 Session A: Mon, Jan 25 – Mon, Mar 22 (8 wks) Session B: Mon, Mar 29 – Sat, May 22 (8 wks)

Summer Session 2010 Sat, June 19 – Sat, Aug 14 (8 wks)

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reschoolers can explore and express themselves creatively in a fun and age-appropriate environment at CSMA. Classes feature art, music and movement activities that you and your child can share, and then take home! With a curriculum meeting top national standards, classes provide key social and developmental stimuli to help your child prepare for and succeed in a variety of educational areas after starting school. Our teachers are top professionals who take joy in setting the stage for a lifelong love of learning and the arts. This is an experience that you and your preschooler should not miss!

Preschool Info:

• Children must be accompanied by an adult. • TUITION: Includes $10 non-refundable registration fee. • Discount: $250/2 classes (Save $30 with same session enrollment of same child in any two preschool art &/or music classes. ) • Max: 10 children per class (unless otherwise indicated).

• NOTE: In consideration of all enrollees, no unregistered siblings over 6 months of age are permitted to attend. • For convenience & to maximize your child’s experience, most art & music classes are scheduled back-to-back to allow for same day enrollment. • School policies, financial aid info, etc – see pgs 36-37. • Classes do NOT meet Mon, Feb 15 & Sat, July 3.

To read Early Childhood Faculty bios, see www.arts4all.org.

Meet Our Preschool Teachers Sat, Jan 23, 9:30-11 am & Sat, Mar 27, 9:30-11 am FREE! No pre-registration required. Both adults & children are welcome to spend a delightful morning learning about our preschool classes & meeting our wonderful teachers! Attend both music & art preview sessions. Dress in comfy clothes. Bring snack & box to carry projects home. Child & parent/caregiver must attend together. Please arrive promptly at START of each session. (Limited space.) Info: Dawn Walker, Preschool Coordinator, dwalker@arts4all.org; 650-917-6800, ext 312.

Launch your child’s ability to learn!

Suzuki Program Ages 3½-5 yrs

See pg 8, Music Classes for Children. 4

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music 4 preschoolers

“We love the social aspect and positive teacher-child relationship that Laila enjoys at CSMA.” – Claire, parent

Music Classes for Preschoolers Adventures in Music

Creative Music Makers

Enjoy singing, creative movement, musical games, listening while playing simple instruments & dancing with scarves, bean bags, hoops, ribbons, parachutes, more. Learn activities to be shared at home in this familyoriented class. Set your child on the path to a life-long enjoyment of music. Parent & child must attend together.

Older children can continue their music adventures with these classes that have a different focus each session, making them perfect for students to take multiple times. Children have fun & build skills through singing, creative movement, musical games, while playing instruments. Prepares children for Do Re Mi (see pg 9). Parent & child must attend together.

Ages 18 mos-3 yrs $140/8 wks (Spring & Summer)

With a different “adventure” focus each session, these are the perfect classes for students to take multiple times. SPRING/SESSION A 40502 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 9:30-10:15 am 40503 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 9:30-10:15 am 40504 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 9:30-10:15 am 40505 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am

Dawn Walker Dawn Walker Daniel Garcia Daniel Garcia

SPRING/SESSION B 40602 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 9:30-10:15 am 40603 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 9:30-10:15 am 40604 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 9:30-10:15 am 40605 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am

Dawn Walker Dawn Walker Daniel Garcia Daniel Garcia

SUMMER SESSION 40100 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 9:30-10:15 am 40101 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am

Daniel Garcia Daniel Garcia

Ages 3-4 yrs

$140/8 wks (Spring & Summer)

SPRING/SESSION A 40506 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 10:30-11:15 am Dawn Walker 40507 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 12:30-1:15 pm Jennifer Henderson 40508 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm Daniel Garcia SPRING/SESSION B 40606 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 10:30-11:15 am Dawn Walker 40607 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 10:30-11:15 am Jennifer Henderson 40608 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm Daniel Garcia SUMMER SESSION 40102 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm

Daniel Garcia

Music From Around the World Ages 18 mos-4 yrs

$140/8 wks (Spring)

Learn songs & play instruments from diverse cultures in this hands-on, fun, interactive parent-participation class.

CSMA’s sequential preschool classes offer learning experiences for tots and parents in parallel with your little one’s social and developmental readiness. See Art Classes on pg 6 to take in conjunction with Music Classes.

SPRING/SESSION A 40500 Jan 25-Mar 22 Mon, 9:15-10 am

Chaia May

SPRING/SESSION B 40600 Mar 29-May 17 Mon, 9:15-10 am

Chaia May

Classical Music Makers Ages 3-4 yrs

$140/8 wks (Spring)

Learn about basic notation & musical terms in this fun, interactive & playful parent-participation class. Music comes alive with drums, percussion instruments, scarves, puppets, more! SPRING/SESSION A 40501 Jan 25-Mar 22 Mon, 10:15-11 am

Dawn Walker

SPRING/SESSION B 40601 Mar 29-May 17 Mon, 10:15-11 am

Dawn Walker

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art 4 preschoolers

Encourage your child’s creativity and self-expression!

Art Classes for Preschoolers Adventures in Art

Creative Art Makers

Children learn through age-appropriate themes & activities while exploring in our process-oriented art classes where there is no “wrong” way to do things & the mess stays here. Children are introduced to a variety of media while exploring freely through the arts. Parent/ caregiver & child must attend together. Dress appropriately for clay & paint. Bring box to carry projects home.

Older children can continue their art adventures with these classes that have a different focus each session, making them perfect for students to take multiple times. Prepares children for Art Starter (see pg 20). Parent & child must attend together.

Ages 18 mos-3 yrs $140/8 wks (Spring & Summer)

With a different “adventure” focus each session, these are the perfect classes for students to take multiple times. SPRING/SESSION A 41501 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 10:30-11:15 am 41502 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 10:30-11:15 am 41503 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 9:30-10:15 am 41504 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am

Camille Lacey Jo Vadeboncoeur Camille Lacey Camille Lacey

SPRING/SESSION B 41601 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 10:30-11:15 am 41602 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 10:30-11:15 am 41603 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 9:30-10:15 am 41604 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am

Camille Lacey Jo Vadeboncoeur Camille Lacey Camille Lacey

SUMMER SESSION Ages 18 mos-3 yrs 41100 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 9:30-10:15 am 41101 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am

Camille Lacey Camille Lacey

Art From Around the World Ages 18 mos-4 yrs

Ages 3-4

$140/8 wks (Spring & Summer)

MIXED MEDIA: Focus on being an art explorer & build fine motor skills. Learn the language of art with lots of painting, drawing, collage, clay, more! SPRING/SESSION A 41505 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 11:30 am-12:15 pm 41506 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm

Camille Lacey Camille Lacey

SPRING/SESSION B 41605 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 11:30 am-12:15 pm 41606 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm

Camille Lacey Camille Lacey

SUMMER SESSION 41102 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm

Camille Lacey

CLAY: Focus on fun & exploration with easy-tomanipulate clay. Learn about textures, glazing & painting ceramics. Bring home sculpted & rolled masterpieces! SPRING/SESSION A 41507 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 1:30-2:15 pm 41508 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 1:30-2:15 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur Camille Lacey

SPRING/SESSION B 41607 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 1:30-2:15 pm 41608 Apr 3- May 22 Sat, 1:30-2:15 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur Camille Lacey

SUMMER SESSION 41103 June 19-Aug 14 Sat, 1:30 -2:15 pm

$140/8wks (Spring)

It’s a world of fun in this parent-participation class that lets little hands experience a world of art! Enjoy handson, exploratory projects from near & far! SPRING/SESSION A 41500 Jan 25-Mar 22 Mon, 10:15-11 am

Jo Vadeboncoeur

SPRING/SESSION B 41600 Mar 29-May 17 Mon, 10:15-11 am

Jo Vadeboncoeur

Camille Lacey

Intro to the Masters for the Very Young Ages 3-4 yrs

$140/8wks (Spring)

Meet the masters in this exploratory, parentparticipation class. Hands-on, process-oriented projects introduce children to a variety of media. SPRING/SESSION A 41509 Jan 25-Mar 22 Mon, 11:15 am-12 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur

See Music Classes on pg 5 to take in conjunction with Art Classes.

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SPRING/SESSION B 41609 Mar 29-May 17 Mon, 11:15 am-12 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur

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Music Classes Spring Semester 2010 Mon, Feb 8 – Sun, June 13 (16 wks)

Summer Session 2010 Sat, July 10 – Fri, Aug 20 (6 wks)

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ust learning to play? Resuming or continuing study? You are never too old or too young to experience the rewards of playing an instrument or singing in a group! For you or your child, CSMA offers beginning to advanced classes on a variety of instruments and voice, featuring classical, jazz, contemporary and popular styles. Our faculty of professional musicians and educators provides individualized attention, emphasizing development of solid music fundamentals. This not only increases musical appreciation and ability for all ages, but has been shown to build valuable skills associated with greater educational and life achievement among youth.

music 4 all

Classes are fun, challenging and rewarding! In “Sound Samplers,” beginners can explore alternatives before selecting an instrument. Free preview sessions let students meet teachers and learn about curricula, goals and practice expectations. And classes in theory, composition, ensemble and improvisation support skill development for all levels. Intensive workshops, masterclasses, jam sessions, choral instruction and many other offerings make CSMA the place to experience music, year round.

Want to explore your creativity and foster a love of music? Our door is open!

Music Class Info • TUITION: includes $10 (per class) non-refundable registration fee. • AGES: We tailor our classes to meet precise ageappropriate skills & abilities. Therefore, close attention should be paid to the mandated age requirements when registering. • ATTENDANCE: Class success depends upon regular student attendance, participation & practice. • Music classes do NOT meet: Tue-Sun, Mar 9-14 & Tue-Sun, May 25-30 (Workshop Wks); Mon, Feb 15 & Mon, May 31 (holidays). • School policies, financial aid, etc—see pgs 36-37. • Preschool Music Classes—see pg 5; New Media Classes—see pg 17; Summer Music Workshops— see pgs 18-19. CORE CURRICULUM Music Classes (one 16-wk class per Spring Semester) or New Media Classes (two 8-wk classes per Spring Semester) are FREE to private music lesson students & open to all enrollees at tuition prices listed. See pgs 14-17. NOTE: Core Curriculum classes are not offered during the summer. To read music faculty bios & hear student & faculty music, see www.arts4all.org.

Sound Samplers: One-Day Workshops Ages 5-7: $50/1 day Ages 8-13: $60/1 day Great opportunity for children considering private lessons to take a hands-on survey of instruments. No prior experience needed. Each session is followed by Q&A with music faculty about instruments, curriculum, related topics. Parents/caregivers of all students strongly encouraged to attend. Max: 25 per session SPRING SEMESTER Ages 5-7 (GR K-2) 31392 Sun, June 13 1-3 pm Music Faculty Violin, cello, Suzuki recorder, piano, guitar, percussion. Ages 8-13 (GR 3-8) 31393 Sun, June 13 3:30-6 pm Music Faculty Violin, cello, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, piano, guitar, percussion.

CSMA offers a full schedule of classes during the day, evening and weekends to accommodate busy schedules.

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Preview Sessions for Intro Music Classes

FREE!

• Meet your child’s teacher. • Learn about curriculum. • Experience brief music activity. • Participate in Q&A time. Interested parents & students, whether registered or not, are welcome to attend free of charge any preview session on a space-available basis. No advance reservations; attendees admitted (first-come, first-serve) on day of preview session.

Special Enrollment & Reimbursement Policy: Students may enroll in Intro Music Classes, subject to space availability, either before or after preview session. Full tuition reimbursement—less $10 non-refundable registration fee & $10 processing fee—available to registered students in Intro Music Classes for 3 days following preview session. Note: Attendance at preview session is not required to be eligible for this special reimbursement policy. Preview Sessions are held one week prior to class start date.

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P R E V I E W

Ages 4-6 yrs Do Re Mi Wed, Feb 3, 3:30-4:10 pm Sat, Feb 6, 10:45-11:25 am Wed, July 7, 4-4:40 pm Kiddie Keyboard Prep Wed, Feb 3, 4:20-5:10 pm Musicianship for Young Learners Wed, Feb 3, 5:20-6 pm Intro to Suzuki Violin Thu, Feb 4, 1:30-2:10 pm

Ages 6-7 yrs music 4 all

Jr. Keyboard Prep Tue, Feb 2, 3-3:35 pm Sat, Feb 6, 10-10:35 am Tue, July 6, 6:45-7:20 pm

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S E S S I O N S

Ages 7-12 yrs

Adventures in Singing Wed, Feb 3, 4-5 pm Peninsula Children’s Chorale Wed, Feb 3, 5-6:15 pm Intro to Keyboard Tue, Feb 2, 4:30-5:10 pm Sat, Feb 6, 11:30 am-12:10 pm Tue, July 6, 4:20-5 pm Intro to Violin Thu, Feb 4, 3:30-4:20 pm Wed, July 7, 3:30-4:20 pm

Intro to Acoustic Guitar Fri, Feb 5, 4-4:50 pm Fri, July 9, 4-4:50 pm Family Music Time Mon, Feb 1, 6-7 pm (Open to all ages 8 & up)

Teens & Adults Intro to Voice Mon, Feb 1, 6-6:50 pm Family Music Time Mon, Feb 1, 6-7 pm (Open to all ages 8 & up)

For your convenience, classes (pgs 8-12 & 14) having a Preview Session are denoted with *asterisk. (Info also available on-line & in front lobby.)

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The Suzuki Method emphasizes creating a positive, nurturing environment with lots of praise & fun. Parent/ caregiver & child practice & listen to music together at home to foster love of music, self-esteem, concentration & focus. Modeled on how children acquire language, instrument playing is taught in very small steps with much repetition. Students initially learn by ear (note reading comes later) so that they can focus on posture, beautiful tone & musical playing. Parent/caregiver attendance required.

Intro to Suzuki Violin

Intro to Suzuki Recorder

Begin your music adventure with box violin & dowel bow. Learn basics: posture, bow & violin hold. Develop fine motor skills & coordination specific to violin playing through games & exercises. Foundation allows children to produce beautiful sounds when making transition to real violin. Bring notebook for lesson notes.

Learn to play recorder with your child. Methodology includes repetition & positive reinforcement in a nurturing environment. Parent/caregiver & child practice & listen to music together at home to foster love of music, self-esteem, concentration, focus. Families purchase recorders, CD, book. Contact Sally Terris (sterris@arts4all.org) for supply list & Suzuki Method info. Additional classes formed by arrangement.

Ages 4-5

$300 ea (2 children)/12 wks (Spring) $245 ea (3-4 children)/12 wks (Spring) $150 ea (2 children)/6 wks (Summer)

SPRING SEMESTER 31304* Feb 11-May 6 Thu, 1:30-2:10 pm SUMMER SESSION

Alison Clark

Ages 3½- 5

$120/6 wks (Summer)

SUMMER SESSION 31104 July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 4-4:40 pm 31105 July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 4:45-5:25 pm

Sally Terris Sally Terris

Semi-private lessons available by arrangement.

Private Lessons Private lessons are offered in Suzuki Recorder & Suzuki Violin for students as young as 4 yrs. Students also attend monthly group classes at no additional charge (time arranged by teacher). Shared/semi-private lessons also available by arrangement with teacher.

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Intro Classes for Children & Youth Do Re Mi Ages 4-6

$240/16 wks (Spring) $125/6 wks (Summer)

SPRING SEMESTER 31300* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 3:30-4:10 pm Angely Chen 31301* Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 10:45-11:25 am Victoria Holden 31302 Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 11:30 am-12:10 pm Victoria Holden SUMMER SESSION 31100 July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 10:30-11:10 am 31101 July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 11:15-11:55 am 31102* July 14-Aug 18 Wed, 4-4:40 pm 31103 July 14-Aug 18 Wed, 4:50-5:30 pm

Victoria Holden Victoria Holden Angely Chen Angely Chen

Ages 4-6

$240/16 wks (Spring)

Recommended as the second class for students interested in piano, this class offers a positive, enjoyable intro to piano & basic music notation symbols (quarter note, quarter rest, half note, half rest, dotted quarter note, whole note, whole rest). Without using a real keyboard, class familiarizes students with correct piano fingering & proper hand position. Some singing & movement also included. All materials included in class cost. (Little Mozart Book 1-music lesson, discovery & workbook plus CD). Child must be age 4 by class start date & must be able to attend without parent/caregiver. Max: 12 Parents/caregivers required to attend class preview session or first class for valuable course info. SPRING SEMESTER 31303* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 4:20-5:10 pm

Angely Chen

Musicianship for Young Learners Ages 5-6

$240/16 wks (Spring)

See pg 14 for description. * FREE Preview Sessions offered one week prior to class start date. See pg 8 for specific dates.

SPRING SEMESTER 31312* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 5:20-6 pm

Angely Chen

Research shows that music study improves children’s memory, spatial and mathematical processing, and academic achievements. – Institute for Music and the Mind research study E A R LY R E G I S T R AT I O N D I S C O U N T : T o S a v e $ 1 0 p e r c l a s s , s e e p g 3 6 f o r r e g i s t r a t i o n d e a d l i n e .

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music 4 children–youth

Recommended as the first class for all young students, this class introduces musical concepts & skills in preparation for private lessons. Singing, ear training, intro to notation, games, overview of orchestral instruments. Children must be age 4 by class start date & must be able to attend without parents/caregivers. Max: 12 Parents/caregivers required to attend class preview session or first class for valuable course info.

Kiddie Keyboard Prep


Intro Classes for Children & Youth (cont’d) Jr. Keyboard Prep

music 4 children–youth

Ages 6-7

$250/16 wks (Spring) $140/6 wks (Summer)

Class for children with no previous piano training. In a nurturing & encouraging environment, children are introduced to fundamentals of piano playing including hand positions, note reading, basic rhythms, chords & group performance. Piano workbook (included in cost) & electric keyboards used. Child must have access to keyboard or piano at home for practice. Class instrument provided. Parent/caregiver attendance required. Max: 5 SPRING SEMESTER 31305* Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 3-3:35 pm 31306 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 3:40-4:15 pm 31307 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 5:15-5:50 pm 31308 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 6:50-7:25 pm 31309 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 7:30-8:05 pm 31310* Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 10-10:35 am 31311 Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 10:45-11:20 am SUMMER SESSION 31106 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 3-3:35 pm 31107 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 3:40-4:15 pm 31108* July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 6:45-7:20 pm

Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Music Faculty Music Faculty Music Faculty

Intro to Violin Ages 7-9

$260/16 wks (Spring) $140/6 wks (Summer)

Learn basics of correct hand position, bowing, fingering, note reading & instrument care. Music selections provided by instructor. Class intended to prepare students for private lesson instruction. Parent/caregiver attendance is optional. Student provides own instrument, which may be rented or purchased at music stores. Students should be properly fit by store personnel to ensure correct instrument size. (List of stores available at CSMA office or from instructor.) Max: 8 SPRING SEMESTER 31317* Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 3:30-4:20 pm

Mary Helen Weinstein

SUMMER SESSION 31112* July 14-Aug 18 Wed, 3:30-4:20 pm

Mary Helen Weinstein

Intro to Keyboard Ages 8-10

$250/16 wks (Spring) $150/6 wks (Summer)

See description for Jr. Keyboard Prep. For children with no previous piano training. Child must have access to keyboard or piano at home for practice. Piano workbook included in cost. Class instrument provided. Parent/ caregiver attendance required. Max: 5 SPRING SEMESTER 31313* Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 4:30-5:10 pm 31314 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 6-6:40 pm 31315 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 6:10-6:50 pm 31316* Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 11:30 am-12:10 pm SUMMER SESSION 31109* July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 4:20-5 pm 31110 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 5:10-5:50 pm 31111 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 6-6:40 pm

Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Music Faculty Music Faculty Music Faculty

Intro to Acoustic Guitar Ages 9-12

$260/16 wks (Spring) $140/6 wks (Summer)

Learn to play guitar: open chords,“power” chords, strumming, finger picking, tuning, reading guitar tab & lots of songs! Minimum daily practice of 15 mins ensures getting most value from class. Instructor provides all music/handouts. Student provides own instrument. Please be sure that student has correctly sized guitar; ¾-sized instrument appropriate in most cases. Max: 8 SPRING SEMESTER 31319* Feb 12-June 11 Fri, 4-4:50 pm 31320 Feb 12-June 11 Fri 5-5:50 pm

Rob Malkin Rob Malkin

SUMMER SESSION 31113 July 14-Aug 18 Wed, 4:30-5:20 pm 31114* July 16-Aug 20 Fri, 4-4:50 pm

Rob Malkin Rob Malkin

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Intro Classes for Children & Youth (cont’d) Adventures in Singing Ages 7-8

NEW!

$240/16 wks

See pg 14 for description.

Family Music Time! Ages 8-Adult

SPRING SEMESTER 31345* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 4-5 pm

$140/8 wks (Spring)

Compose Your Own Music

Peninsula Children’s Chorale

SUMMER SESSION 31115 July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 6-7:20 pm

Ages 9-12

Daniel Wood

$260/16 wks (Spring)

See pg 14 for description. SPRING SEMESTER 31346* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 5-6:15 pm

Maureen Fromme

For Instrumental Ensembles (Ages 8-14) & Music Theory Classes (Ages 7-17), see pgs 15-16.

* FREE Preview Sessions offered one week prior to class start date. See pg 8 for specific dates.

“Thank you for your wonderful music program! It has been such a pleasure to see Mia’s love of music grow and blossom this past year at CSMA. We have been very encouraged with her progress and we look forward to more in the years ahead.” - Merit scholar parent

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Perfect opportunity to play music together in this Maureen Fromme guaranteed fun class for the whole family! Beginners & experienced musicians welcome! Play exquisite handmade African hardwood marimbas in ensemble, NEW! but bring your violins, flutes or other instruments as well. Embark on a voyage of discovery where beginners & experienced, young & old, will blend beautiful music, culminating in a concert for family & friends. No previous Ages 8-13 $180/6 wks (Summer) experienced needed. Bringing other instrument(s) optional. Max: 15 No matter what your level, you can write/compose music. Prereq: Willingness to have a good time! S P R I N G S E M E S T E R Learn classical composition techniques: counterpoint, 31318* Feb 8-Apr 5 Mon, 6-7 pm Paul Prochaska harmony, orchestration. Weekly in-class projects lead to final composition performed & recorded by class. Bring pencil, 3-ring binder, eraser; music manuscript paper encouraged but not required. Prereq: Knowledge of scales & basic notation. Individual instruction also available by arrangement. Max: 10


Music Classes for Teens–Adults Flute Choir

Chamber Music Interm-Adv Levels

$465/16 wks (Spring) $180/6 wks (Summer)

Taken private lessons for a few years but never played with other student musicians? Start now! Share the thrill of playing in an ensemble with other musicians in woodwind trios, piano/string quartets, etc. All sessions include coaching & end-of-semester performance. All instruments & ages welcome. Placement by private audition. Prereq: Approx. 2 yrs of private music lessons on instrument. SPRING SEMESTER 31322 Day/times by arrangement with instructor.

Alla Dobrish

SUMMER SESSION 31117 Day/times by arrangement with instructor.

Alla Dobrish

Intro to Voice music 4 teens–adults

Beg Level

$260/16 wks (Spring) $140/6 wks (Summer)

Ever wondered what it would be like to take voice lessons? This engaging class helps students to explore & develop their solo singing voice. Students introduced to basic vocal techniques, proper posture & breathing, tone production & stylistic interpretation. Individual coaching in preparation for auditions & performances in choral, classical, musical theater & contemporary genres. Max: 6 SPRING SEMESTER 31323 Teen Feb 8-June 7 31324* Adult Feb 8-June 7

Mon, 5-5:50 pm Mon, 6-6:50 pm

Kaye DeVries Kaye DeVries

SUMMER SESSION 31118 Teen July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 5-5:50 pm 31119 Adult July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 6-6:50 pm

Kaye DeVries Kaye DeVries

* Preview Session open to Teens & Adults.

Intro to Guitar Beg Level

$260/16 wks (Spring) $140/6 wks (Summer)

Guitar been sitting in the closet for a while? Now is the time to take it out, dust it off & get ready for fun-filled, sequential group instruction. Learn guitar & play the songs you love! Introduces tuning, open chords, “power” chords, barre chords, strumming, fingerpicking, reading tablature, blues scale, use of the capo, & lots of songs. Instructor provides all music. Minimum daily practice of 15 mins ensures getting most value from class. Electric or acoustic guitars welcome. Electric guitarists must bring their own amp. Max: 8 SPRING SEMESTER 31325 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 6-6:50 pm 31326 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 7-7:50 pm 31327 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 8-8:50 pm

Rob Malkin Rob Malkin Rob Malkin

SUMMER SESSION 31120 July 14-Aug 18 Wed, 6-6:50 pm

Rob Malkin

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Interm-Adv Levels

$320/16 wks (Spring)

Music for the flute family, including piccolo, alto, bass. Develop musicianship & ensemble skills in classical & popular repertory. Younger, less experienced players should join CSMA Wind Ensemble (See pg 16). Endof-semester performance. Prereq: 2-3 yrs of private lessons. Adults Only SPRING SEMESTER 31328 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 7:30-9 pm

Kathe Kuehl

Brass Ensemble Adv Levels

$320/16 wks (Spring) $170/6 wks (Summer)

Calling all adult brass players! Come play & focus on technique, phrasing, balance & performance of music ranging from baroque to blues. Adults Only SPRING SEMESTER 31329 Feb 11-June 10

Thu, 9-10:30 am

Jacob Brodski

SUMMER SESSION 31121 July 15-Aug 19

Thu, 9-10:30 am

Jacob Brodski

For Teen (Beg-Adv) Spring Brass Ensembles, see pg 16.

Compose Your Own Music All Levels

$260/16 wks (Spring)

No matter what your level, you can write/compose music. Learn classical composition techniques: counterpoint, harmony, orchestration. Weekly inclass projects lead to final composition performed & recorded by class. Bring pencil, 3-ring binder, eraser; music manuscript paper encouraged but not required. Prereq: knowledge of scales & basic notation. Individual instruction also available by arrangement. Note: Younger students may register with instructor’s approval. Max: 10 SPRING SEMESTER 31330 Feb 8-June 7 Mon, 7:30-8:50 pm

Daniel Wood

For Children & Youth Summer Session class, see pg 11.

Family Music Time! Ages 8-Adult

NEW!

$140/8 wks (Spring)

See pg 11 for description. SPRING SEMESTER 31318* Feb 8-Apr 5 Mon, 6-7 pm

Paul Prochaska

“Each kind of music has something interesting. If there was any kind of problem I was worrying about during the day, I forget all about it” – Terry , World Harmony Chorus member

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Jazz & World Music for Teens–Adults World Harmony Chorus All Levels

$220/18 wks (Spring)

Experience the magic of this unique chorus! Sing music from Africa, S. America, E. Europe in a group directed with infectious enthusiasm. Everyone welcome, from absolute beginner to seasoned choral singer. All parts taught by ear (sheet music also available) in a fun, supportive atmosphere. Public performances given in the community. You can sing! Max: 80 SPRING SEMESTER 31331 Feb 8-June 21 Mon, 7:30-9:30 pm

Daniel Steinberg

NEW!

Play & Apply Jazz Theory Beg-Interm Levels

$260/16 wks (Spring)

SPRING SEMESTER 31332 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 8:15-9:05 pm

Richard Kuhns

Basics of Jazz Improv Beg-Adv Levels

$260/16 wks (Spring)

Beg: $140/6 wks (Summer) Interm: $155/6 wks (Summer)

Sequential series of classes for learning the art of improv. Listening strategies, chord progressions, scales, reading, rehearsal technique. All jazz instruments welcome. Prereq: 2 yrs of private lessons or equiv. Audition & instructor’s permission required for all levels. Max: 10 Beg: Learn swing rhythm, simple chord progressions & their scales. Reading exercises. Improvising on easy progressions & tunes. Interm & Adv: Rehearse with the professionals! Join the faculty jazz instructors to learn techniques for soloing & playing together at different levels. Get all your questions answered: What are the basic tools in a jazz improviser’s toolbox? How do I approach doing basic song analysis so I can play through chord changes? How do I match scales to chords? Adv students will also study transcribed solos & adv tunes. SPRING SEMESTER Beg 31333 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 4-4:50 pm Interm 31334 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 5-5:50 pm Adv 31335 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 6-6:50 pm SUMMER SESSION Beg/Ages 12-Teens 31122 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 4-4:50 pm Beg/Teens-Adults 31123 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 5-5:50 pm Interm/Adults 31124 July 13-Aug 17 Tue, 6-7:15 pm

John Neves Dan Nieckarz Hermann Lara

Beg-Adv Levels

$320/16 wks (Spring) $160/6 wks (Summer)

Play tunes in a small combo. All instruments welcome. Prereq: Audition & instructor’s permission. Additional combos formed by arrangement. Max: 8 Beg: Focus on art of improv & learn jazz repertoire appropriate for beginners. Interm-Adv: Work on improv techniques with interm level tunes. Explore blues/jazz standards of all eras. Group interaction, strategies for improvisation, soloing, reading, rehearsal techniques. SPRING SEMESTER Beg 31336 Feb 12-June 11 Fri, 4-5:20 pm Interm-Adv 31337 Feb 8-June 7 Mon, 7-8:20 pm 31338 Feb 8-June 7 Mon, 8:30-9:50 pm 31339 Feb 9-June 8 Tues, 7:30-8:50 pm 31340 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 7:30-8:50 pm 31395 Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 7:30-8:50 pm 31341 Feb 12-June 11 Fri, 5:30-6:50 pm

John Neves Rich Kuhns Rich Kuhns Jazz Faculty John Neves John Neves John Neves

SUMMER SESSION

5-8 players with group interplay, improv, sight reading & rehearsal techniques; continuing & new combos. New placements by audition. Max: 8 Interm-Adv 31125 July 12-Aug 16 31126 July 14-Aug 18

Mon, 7-8:20 pm Wed, 7:30-8:50 pm

Rich Kuhns John Neves

Jazz Jam Sessions Interm-Adv Levels Spend an afternoon jamming! Faculty & program volunteers match players into combos based on experience/level. Sign-up: Email CSMAjazz@arts4all.org 2 wks prior to date. Include: Name, instrument, yrs of experience playing jazz. Vocalists welcome. Repertoire selections from Real Book or provide copies of charts in both Eb & Bb. Open to walk-ins on a space-available basis. $10 per session payable at door/Free to CSMA jazz students SPRING SEMESTER 31342 Sun, Feb 28 3-6 pm 31343 Sun, Mar 28 3-6 pm 31344 Sun, Apr 25 3-6 pm

John Neves & colleagues John Neves & colleagues John Neves & colleagues

SUMMER SESSION 31127 Sun, July 25 3-6 pm 31128 Sun, Aug 29, 3-6 pm

John Neves & colleagues John Neves & colleagues

Family Music Time! Ages 8-Adult

NEW!

$140/8 wks (Spring)

See pg 11 for description. SPRING SEMESTER 31318* Feb 8-Apr 5 Mon, 6-7 pm

Paul Prochaska

John Neves Mike Morris Mike Morris

For Additional Jazz Classes (Improv, Theory), see Core Curriculum, pg 14. For Jazz Private Lessons, see pg 34.

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Improve your understanding of the structure of jazz music! Learn theory as it relates to improv & composition. Topics include: chord construction, scales, modes. Analysis of melodies & transcribed solos. Continuing analysis of more adv tunes, chord sequences, related scales. Be sure to bring your instrument; all instruments welcome. Max: 15

Jazz Combos


Core Curriculum for All Ages CSMA provides a complete music education through core curriculum classes that complement students’ instrument & voice study. Classes help students improve musicianship, gain performance experience & grasp music theory. CSMA Private Lesson Students: ONE (16-wk) Music Class or TWO (8-wk) New Media Classes per semester (excluding summer) offered FREE. Other Students: All Core Curriculum Classes also open to other enrollees at tuition prices listed. Priority given to private lesson students at CSMA.

Musicianship for Young Learners Ages 5-6

$240/16 wks (Spring)

music 4 all: core curriculum

For children currently taking private instrumental lessons. Reinforcement of skills, including note reading, rhythmic notation. Ear training/singing through musical exercises & games. Pitch awareness, rhythmic competency & appreciation for musical expression developed in a fun environment. Phrases, forms, meters introduced as well as some famous compositions & composers to give children a more complete picture of music. Children attend without parents/caregivers. Max: 12 SPRING SEMESTER 31312* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 5:20-6 pm

Angely Chen

Adventures in Singing Ages 7-8

$240/16 wks (Spring)

Sing songs from around the world! Develop note reading, rhythm, musicianship, all in the spirit of fun & friendship. Supports private lessons & leads to Peninsula Children’s Chorale. Final performance at end of semester. Max: 20 SPRING SEMESTER 31345* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 4-5 pm

Maureen Fromme

Peninsula Children’s Chorale Ages 9-12

Have fun in this performance-based resident chorale singing a variety of genres. Includes vocal warmups, posture & presentation, musicianship, sight reading, memorization, some choreography. Final performance at end of semester. No prior experience needed. Max: 25 Maureen Fromme

Brass Ensemble Adults/Adv Levels

$320/16 wks (Spring)

Technique, exploration & performance of music from baroque to blues. Max: 20 SPRING SEMESTER 31329 Feb 11-June 10

Thu, 9-10:30 am

Jacob Brodski

For Teen (Beg-Adv) Spring Brass Ensemble, see pg 16. For Teen/Adult (Interm-Adv) Summer Brass Ensemble, see pg 12.

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Teens & Adults/ Beg-Adv Levels

$260/16 wks (Spring)

Sequential series of classes for learning the art of improv. Listening strategies, chord progressions, scales, reading, rehearsal technique. Prereq: 2 yrs of private lessons or equiv. Audition & instructor’s permission required for all levels. Max: 10 Beg: Learn swing rhythm, simple chord progressions & their scales. Reading exercises. Improvising on easy progressions & tunes. Interm & Adv: Rehearse with the professionals! Join the resident faculty jazz ensemble to learn techniques for soloing & playing together at different levels. Get all your questions answered: What are the basic tools in a jazz improviser’s toolbox? How do I approach doing basic song analysis so I can play through chord changes? How do I match scales to chords? Adv students will also study transcribed solos & adv tunes. SPRING SEMESTER 31333 Beg Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 4-4:50 pm 31334 Interm Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 5-5:50 pm 31335 Adv Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 6-6:50 pm

John Neves Dan Nieckarz Hermann Lara

NEW!

Play & Apply Jazz Theory Teens & Adults/ Beg-Interm Levels

$260/16 wks (Spring)

SPRING SEMESTER 31346* Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 5-6:15 pm

Basics of Jazz Improv

$260/16 wks (Spring)

Improve your understanding of the structure of jazz music! Learn theory as it relates to improv & composition: chord construction, scales, modes. Analysis of melodies & transcribed solos. Continuing analysis of more adv tunes, chord sequences, related scales. Bring your instrument; all instruments welcome. Max: 15 SPRING SEMESTER 31332 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 8:15-9:05 pm

Richard Kuhns

For additional Jazz Classes, see pg 13. For Jazz Private Lessons, see pg 34.

Music study fosters self-expression and, at the same time, increases students’ problem solving, critical thinking skills and understanding that problems can have more than one solution. - Critical Links: Learning in the Arts & Student Academic & Social Development research study

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Core Curriculum for Children–Teens Music Theory

Prep-Theory 5: $200/16 wks (Spring) Theory 6-8: $250/16 wks (Spring)

Series of beg through adv classes to develop notation skills: key signatures, rhythm, scales, harmony. As appropriate, notation & other computer tech software are used. Prepares students for ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) Theory of Music Exams. Detailed description of each level available on website (www.arts4all.org) or printed flier in lobby. Max: 10 Important: Due to the large number of waitlisted students for Core Curriculum Theory classes, registered students who do not attend the first class without prior notification of CSMA may lose their place in class. SPRING SEMESTER

Theory 5 (Prereq: Theory 4 or by Coordinator’s permission)

Prep (Beg class for ages 7-8; students under 7 need permission

31379 Feb 8-June 7 31380 Feb 13-June 12 31381 Feb 13-June 12

of Theory Coordinator) 31358 Feb 10-June 9 31359 Feb 11-June 10 31360 Feb 13-June 12

Wed, 3:15-3:45 pm Thu, 3:15-3:45 pm Sat, 9:30-10 am

Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Maureen Fromme

Theory 1 (Ages 8 & up or by Coordinator’s permission) 31361 31362 31363 31364 31365

Feb 9-June 8 Feb 10-June 9 Feb 11-June 10 Feb 13-June 12 Feb 13-June 12

Tue, 3:45-4:25 pm Wed, 3:45-4:25 pm Thu, 3:45-4:25 pm Sat, 10-10:40 am Sat, 12:45-1:25 pm

Lisa Sueyres Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Maureen Fromme Maureen Fromme

Mon, 4:30-5:10 pm Sat, 11:10-11:50 am Sat, 1:10-1:50 pm

Richard Roper Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell

Theory 6 (Prereq: Adv ABRSM Prep or by Coordinator’s permission) 31382 Feb 8-June 7

Mon, 5:15-6:10 pm

Richard Roper

Theory 7 (Prereq: Theory 6 or by Coordinator’s permission) 31383 Feb 8-June 7

Mon, 6:15-7:10 pm

Richard Roper

Theory 8 (Prereq: Theory 7 or by Coordinator’s permission) 31384 Feb 8-June 7

Mon, 8:50-9:45 pm

Daniel Wood

Theory 2 (Prereq: Theory 1 or by Coordinator’s permission) 31366 31367 31368 31369 31370

Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 4:45-5:25 pm Lisa Sueyres Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 4:45-5:25 pm Carrie Campbell Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 4:45-5:25 pm Carrie Campbell Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 10:50-11:30 am Maureen Fromme Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 1:30-2:10 pm Maureen Fromme Theory 3 (Prereq: Theory 2 or by Coordinator’s permission) 31371 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 5:30-6:10 pm Lisa Sueyres 31372 Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 5:30-6:10 pm Carrie Campbell 31373 Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 5:30-6:10 pm Carrie Campbell 31374 Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 11:35 am-12:15 pm Maureen Fromme 31375 Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 9:30-10:10 am Carrie Campbell

Theory 4 (Prereq: Theory 3 or by Coordinator’s permission) 31376 Feb 8-June 7 31377 Feb 13-June 12 31378 Feb 13-June 12

Mon, 3:45-4:25 pm Richard Roper Sat, 10:15-10:55 am Carrie Campbell Sat, 11:55 am-12:35 pm Carrie Campbell

Advanced ABRSM Prep Ages 10-17

$250/16 wks

Prepares students for ABRSM Theory 6-8. Concepts: adv harmony, figured bass realization, orchestration, music history. Students must enroll in this class or pass a department placement test before proceeding to Theory 6. Max: 10 SPRING SEMESTER 31385 Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 2-2:55 pm

Carrie Campbell

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“It was more fun than I expected. I think playing in an ensemble is great!” – Flute trio member

Core Curriculum for Children–Teens (cont’d) Instrumental Ensembles music 4 all: core curriculum

Ages 8-14

$240/16 wks

Learn to play music together! Beg/interm ensembles for strings, wind, brass, percussion. Beg Level Prereq: 1-2 yrs of private instruction; no prior ensemble experience required.

SPRING SEMESTER

Interm Level Prereq: 3-4 yrs of private instruction; 1 yr of ensemble training. Leads to youth orchestra, band, jazz combo, chamber music. Pianists may join as opportunities arise.

31351

First Week: All students attend first class for evaluation. Groups formed by level & ability; times arranged within printed ensemble hours.

Wind 31350

Feb 10-June 9 Wed, 4-6 pm

Kathe Kuehl

Guitar (Beg-Interm) Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 5:05-5:55 pm Adam Roszkiewicz

Brass 31352 Beg Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 6-6:50 pm 31353 Interm Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 7-7:50 pm 31354 Adv Feb 11-June 10 Thu, 8-8:50 pm

Jacob Brodski Jacob Brodski Jacob Brodski

Percussion 31355

Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 12:40-2 pm

Jim Kassis

Jr String Orchestra 31356

Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 2-3 pm

Anthony Doheny

Adv String Chamber 31357

Feb 13-June 12 Sat, 3-4 pm

Anthony Doheny

Core Curriculum for Teens–Adults Music Theory All Levels

$250/16 wks

Develop skills, including notation, scales, key signatures, harmony, rhythm, ear-training, sightsinging, etc. As appropriate, notation & other tech software are used. Detailed description of each level available on website (www.arts4all.org) & printed flier in CSMA lobby. Max: 10 SPRING SEMESTER

Beg 31386 Feb 10-June 9 31387 Feb 11-June 10

Wed, 7-7:55 pm Thu, 8-8:55 pm

Noah Luna Noah Luna

Wed, 8-8:55 pm Thu, 7-7:55 pm

Noah Luna Noah Luna

Tue, 7-7:55 pm

Noah Luna

Interm 31388 Feb 10-June 9 31389 Feb 11-June 10

Adv 31390 Feb 9-June 8

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Issues in NEW! Contemporary Music Adv Level

$250/16 wks

How does all of our training in “classical” music of years past influence how we perceive music of today? What sort of musical movements are being pioneered in concert halls now? How does popular music fit into the picture? What about film music? These questions & more will be discussed in this class, which helps find answers to the most pressing question -- how does this affect me? SPRING SEMESTER 31391 Feb 9-June 8 Tue, 8-8:55 pm

Noah Luna

For Music Theory for Children & Teens, see pg 15. For Jazz Theory for Teens & Adults, see pg 14.

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New Media Core Curriculum for All Ages NEW!

Ages 13 & up/Beg Level

$160/8 wks

Want to bring to life the heroes, villains & zombies that lurk in your imagination? Want to be able to handle a camera in different shooting situations & understand all those settings, options, numbers on your camera? Learn about the qualities of light & lighting techniques, closeup work, freezing action. Edit your photos, produce a script, & design a fotonovela or comic book with your “heroic, villainous, zombie-tastic” work! Max: 8 SPRING SEMESTER

Session A 60300 Feb 10-Apr 7

Wed, 6:30-8 pm

Paul Cartier

Wed, 6:30-8 pm

Paul Cartier

Session B 60400 Apr 14-June 9

Creating Sound for Film & Video Ages 7-12/Beg Level

$360/16 wks

Make a sound track for an imaginary film or video! Write your story & action plot; add effects with foley sound; narrate & transform your voice in new ways; create music. Record sounds in the CSMA building, download public domain sounds from the web & integrate audio from your personal collection (iTunes, CDs, etc). Assemble, rearrange, transform & process using ProTools to make your unique track. Final project: class performance of sound track with storyboard or scene outline. Max: 8

Ages 9-14/Beg Level

$160/8 wks

Enhance your design skills with this fun class! Like Tuxpaint? Interested in learning Adobe Illustrator & PhotoShop? Need to produce a flyer or poster? This class is for you! Learn techniques to produce creative visual works, striking images & design. For anyone interested in learning Photoshop with Adobe CS3 & putting images into the computer. Varied projects each session. Max: 8 SPRING SEMESTER

Session A 60303 Feb 9-Apr 6

Tue, 4:30-6 pm

Paul Cartier

Tue, 4:30-6 pm

Paul Cartier

Session B 60401 Apr 13-June 8

Intro to Podcasting Ages 13-Adult/Beg Level

$160/8 wks

What is podcasting, anyway? Find out in this fun class! Intro to elements of script writing, sound production, editing & coding into podcast format for direct downloading from our server. Learn to work in an isobooth on voiceover & interviewing techniques. Podcast examples on CSMA website (www.arts4all.org). Max: 8 SPRING SEMESTER

Session A 60304 Feb 10-Apr 7

Wed, 4:30-6 pm

Paul Cartier

Wed, 4:30-6 pm

Paul Cartier

Session B 60402 Apr 14-June 9

For New Media Spring & Summer Vacation Camps, see pg 28.

S P R I N G S E M E S T E R ( SESSION A ONLY)

Ages 7-9 60301 Feb 11-June 10

Thu, 4:30-5:30 pm

Brian Belet

Thu, 5:30-6:30 pm

Brian Belet

Ages 8-12 60302 Feb 11-June 10

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Digital Photography with SuperHeroes, SuperVillians & Zombies!

Digital Art & Design


Summer Music Workshops Ages 5-Adults

summer music workshops 4 all

Mon, June 14 - Fri, July 23, 2010 (1-wk workshops)

T

ake your playing to a whole new level! In these intensive workshops led by outstanding international teams of CSMA & guest faculty, every student receives individual & group instruction in solo, small & large ensemble repertoire. Workshops include: masterclasses, digital music instruction in composition & recording, theory sessions, special lectures & demonstrations, individual practice, working with accompanists & faculty, plus student & faculty performances in Tateuchi Hall. Prereq: Minimum of 2 yrs of private lessons on instrument; secure knowledge of music reading at student’s level; faculty approval or audition. Register online or by mail. With email confirming your registration, students will be asked to provide following info: instrument(s); name of private lesson teacher(s); list of 5 pieces of music learned in previous 6 months; number of years of private lessons & number of years of ensemble experience. Registered students will be advised about how/what to prepare for the workshop. Questions: Christine McClintock, Workshop Coordinator, cmcclintock@arts4all.org; 650-917-6800 x304 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS CSMA Spring Private Lesson Students: $75 discount with registration by April 25; $35 discount with registration from April 26 on. All Other Students: $50 discount with registration by April 25.

Train for American Idol— Cello Workshop Ages 5-20 $550/6 days Vocal Workshop With internationally celebrated cellist Irene Sharp, Ages 11-Teens (GR 6-12)

$225/5 days

Kaye DeVries & Wendy Waller (voice), Nikki Kerns (piano) Get your vocal chords in gear for the next American Idol audition! Whether that is your cup of tea or not, receive one-on-one instruction, improve your sight singing, take song-writing classes, perform with piano accompanists, experience digital media, more. Final performance open to family & friends. Max: 20 31150 Mon-Fri, June 14-18, 9 am-12 pm

Maggie Edmondson (cello), Steven Lightburn & Lori Lack (piano) Unique annual CSMA workshop for all student cellists! Irene Sharp & colleagues explore the world of cello music & technique with solos, ensembles, theory, digital music activities. Work with accompanists, receive small group lessons, technique classes, & cello choir rehearsals. Daily concert hall student performances (4-5 pm). Attendance required by all students. Max: 32 Note: It is strongly recommended that cellists under the age of 8 be accompanied by a parent or caregiver throughout the week. Concert by Irene Sharp & Steven Lightburn on Thu, June 24, 7:30 pm. 31151 Sun-Fri, June 20-25, 9 am-5 pm

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Summer Music Workshops Cansino & Jim Kassis (drums), Alex Kerckhoff (guitar) & guest faculty Work with professional musicians while learning the ins & outs of creating a rock group! Topics include: songwriting, band image, digital music, recording, & lots of hands-on practice. Conclude week with rock concert featuring all workshop bands playing two cover tunes & one original tune composed during the week. Pizza dinner on Fri prior to concert for performers & faculty; reception following concert. Max: 20 31152 Mon-Fri, June 28-July 2, 9 am-5 pm Fri, July 2, 6 pm (final performances followed by reception)

Jazz Workshop Ages 11-Teens (GR 6-12)

$395/7 days

John Neves (flute, percussion), Richard Kuhns (piano) & jazz faculty Calling all students who play drums, guitar, bass, keyboard, saxophone, clarinet, flute, trumpet or trombone! Receive one-on-one attention playing in a combo, exploring theory, working in digital music composition & recording. Break-out sessions for each instrument & jam sessions with faculty. Ensembles created based on level & experience. Final performance followed by reception. Max: 20 NOTE: Placement auditions held 1 wk prior to start of workshop. 31154 Mon, June 28 OR Tue, June 29, 5-7 pm (orientation, placement audition) Mon-Fri July 5-9, 9:30 am-3:30 pm Sat, July 10, 11 am-3 pm (final performances)

Ages 8-Teens (GR 3-12)

$395/7 days

Directed by Anthony Doheny (violin, viola) with Chinh Le (violin), Hazelle Miloradovitch (violin, viola) & Amy Hsieh (cello) Come join the fun! Faculty rehearse & perform with string students of all ages in large & small ensembles, featuring repertoire from baroque through contemporary music. Focus on individual & group coaching with emphasis on faculty/student collaboration, masterclasses & instrument sectionals. Includes final student & faculty performance. Pizza dinner on Fri prior to concert for performers & faculty; reception following concert. Max: 40 NOTE: Placement auditions held 1 wk prior to start of workshop. 31156 Sun, July 11, 3-6 pm (faculty intro, placement audition, refreshments) Mon-Fri, July 19-23, 9:30 am-3 pm Fri, July 23 5:30-6:30 pm (final performance followed by reception)

“ I wanted to get started playing jazz and it was a nice environment with other kids. CSMA’s jazz workshop opened the doors for me to learn a lot and pursue jazz further.” – Evan, Late Notice jazz ensemble leader

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School of Rock Workshop CSMA Junior String Ages 11-Teens (GR 6-12) $475/5 days Ensemble Workshop Marcos Saenz (guitar/bass/digital music), Carmen


Art Classes Spring Semester 2010 Session A: Mon, Jan 25 - Mon, Mar 22 (8 wks) Session B: Mon, Mar 29 - Sat, May 22 (8 wks)

Summer Session 2010 Tue, July 6 - Mon, Aug 16 (6 wks)

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o you yearn to create, express yourself and enrich your life? Would you like to experience the joy of making art without worrying about grades, academic schedules or whether you are “good enough”?

CSMA’s art classes and camps provide an opportunity for artists of all ages and talent levels to explore their creativity and master new skills in a positive, supportive environment where the learning experience is the priority. Small class sizes allow for personalized instruction from CSMA’s talented art educators and create communities where students can simply enjoy making art with others.

Come create at CSMA!

Art Class Info • TUITION: includes $10 (per class) non-refundable registration fee. • AGES: For Summer Session, students Gr K-12 should be entering grades indicated. • MATERIALS: List provided at first class; materials supplied for Children & Youth classes. • MAX: 16 students per class

• HOLIDAY: Mon, Feb 15 • School policies, financial aid info, etc—see pgs 36-37. • Preschool Art Classes: See pg 6. Art Camps: See pgs 28-33. New Media Art Classes: See pg 17. NEW! To view gallery of student & faculty artwork & faculty bios, see www.arts4all.org.

Art for Children–Youth (PreK-Gr 5) Art Starter Ages 4-5

NEW! $140/8 wks (Spring)

art 4 children–youth

Explore clay, paint, pastels & much more using a variety of tools, materials & processes! Have fun creating your own paintings, drawings & sculptures. For students ready for a class without parent/caregiver. SPRING/SESSION 51310 Jan 30-Mar 20 SPRING/SESSION 51410 Apr 3-May 22

A Sat, 9:30-10:30 am B Sat, 9:30-10:30 am

Jo Vadeboncoeur Jo Vadeboncoeur

Melodies & Colors Gr K-2

$105/6 wks (Summer)

Listen to music from different cultures & famous composers as inspiration for creating drawings, paintings & sculptures. Explore the creative connection between art & music while developing skills. SUMMER SESSION 51102 July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 11 am-12 pm

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Drawing & Painting with the Masters Gr K-2 & Gr 1-2: $140/8 wks (Spring) $105/6 wks (Summer)

Gr 3-5: $115/6 wks (Summer)

Develop imagination & ideas while improving your painting & drawing skills. Innovative projects introduce students to famous painters, art forms & styles from around the world. Use a variety of media, including paint, color pencil, chalks, oil pastels. SPRING/SESSION A 51300 Gr K-2 Jan 29-Mar 19 Fri, 5-6 pm Pantea Karimi 51301 Gr 1-2 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 11 am-12 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur SPRING/SESSION B 51400 Gr K-2 Apr 2-May 21 Fri, 5-6 pm Pantea Karimi 51401 Gr 1-2 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 11 am-12 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur SUMMER SESSION 51100 Gr K-2 July 9-Aug 13 Fri, 5-6 pm 51101 Gr 3-5 July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 12:30-2 pm

Pantea Karimi Erin Fournier

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Art for Children–Youth (PreK-Gr 5) Ceramics

Gr K-2: $140/8 wks (Spring) $105/6 wks (Summer)

Painting & Sculpting Studio Gr 3-5: $150/8 wks (Spring) $115/6 wks (Summer)

Squish, squash, pinch, pull! Create in clay with glazes & other finishes. Learn slab, coil, pinch & glazing techniques. SPRING/SESSION A 51302 Gr K-2 Jan 27-Mar 17 51303 Gr K-2 Jan 30-Mar 20 51304 Gr 3-5 Jan 27-Mar 17 51305 Gr 3-5 Jan 30-Mar 20 SPRING/SESSION B 51402 Gr K-2 Mar 31-May 19 51403 Gr K-2 Apr 3-May 22 51404 Gr 3-5 Mar 31-May 19 51405 Gr 3-5 Apr 3-May 22 SUMMER SESSION 51103 Gr K-2 July 7-Aug 11 51104 Gr K-2 July 10-Aug 14 51105 Gr 3-5 July 7-Aug 11 51106 Gr 3-5 July 10-Aug 14

Wed, 3:45-4:45 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur Sat, 10-11 am Jonathan Huang Wed, 5-6:30 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur Sat, 11:15 am-12:45 pm Jonathan H. Wed, 3:45-4:45 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur Sat, 10-11 am Jonathan Huang Wed, 5-6:30 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur Sat, 11:15 am-12:45 pm Jonathan H. Wed, 3:45-4:45 pm Laura Anderson Sat, 10-11 am Jonathan Huang Wed, 5-6:30 pm Laura Anderson Sat, 11:15 am-12:45 pm Jonathan H.

Draw! Paint! Sculpt! Gr K-2 & Gr 4-6

$140/8 wks (Spring) $105/6 wks (Summer)

Build skills & make great projects with paints, clay, pastels, color pencils, more. A staple of CSMA’s course offerings, this fun class offers an unending variety of projects perfect for creative kids who love making art! Now offering Mon & Tue morning classes for kindergartners! Mon, 9-10 am Jo Vadeboncoeur Tue, 9-10 am Camille Lacey Fri, 1:30-2:30 pm Pantea Karimi Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm Mariangela Smania Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm Pantea Karimi

SPRING/SESSION B 51406 Gr K Mar 29-May 17 51407 Gr K Mar 30-May 18 51433 Gr K Apr 2-May 21 51408 4-5 yrs Apr 2-May 21 51409 Gr 1-2 Apr 2-May 21

Mon, 9-10 am Jo Vadeboncoeur Tue, 9-10 am Camille Lacey Fri, 1:30-2:30 pm Pantea Karimi Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm Laura Hale Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm Pantea Karimi

SUMMER SESSION 51107 4-5 yrs July 9-Aug 13 Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm 51108 Gr 1-2 July 9-Aug 13 Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm 51109 4-6 yrs July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 9:30-10:30 am

$140/8 wks (Spring) $105/6 wks (Summer)

Get to know famous artists, art forms & styles from around the world. Use a variety of media & materials -acrylic, clay, wood, wire, graphite, oil pastel, chalk, plastic painting palette knife, boards & canvas -- to create art, including sculptures, large-scale paintings & drawings. SPRING/SESSION A 51311 Jan 28-Mar 18 Thu, 3:45-4:45 pm

Pantea Karimi

SPRING/SESSION B 51411 Apr 1-May 20 Thu, 3:45-4:45 pm

Pantea Karimi

SUMMER SESSION 51110 July 8-Aug 12 Thu, 3:45-4:45 pm

Pantea Karimi

Innovative Drawings & Paintings (Mixed Media) Gr 3-5

$150/8 wks (Spring) $115/6 wks (Summer)

Combine painting with oil pastel, watercolor, glitter, buttons, wall paper, fabric & wood pieces to create largescale paintings, drawings & more. Learn about famous artists from around the world who use unique materials to create art. Projects focus on composition & drawing skills. SPRING/SESSION A 51312 Jan 28-Mar 18 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Pantea Karimi

SPRING/SESSION B 51412 Apr 1-May 20 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Pantea Karimi

SUMMER SESSION 51112 July 8-Aug 12 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Pantea Karimi

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SPRING/SESSION A 51306 Gr K Jan 25-Mar 22 51307 Gr K Jan 26-Mar 16 51333 Gr K Jan 29-Mar 19 51308 4-5 yrs Jan 29-Mar 19 51309 Gr 1-2 Jan 29-Mar 19

Gr K-2

Laura Hale Pantea Karimi Erin Fournier

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Art for Children–Youth (PreK-Gr 5) (cont’d) The Draw & Paint Club Gr 3-5

NEW!

$150/8 wks (Spring) $115/6 wks (Summer)

Love drawing & painting? Welcome to the Club! Sharpen your skills as you draw & paint from observation, images & your imagination. Use pencil, charcoal, pastels, markers & acrylics to make outstanding artworks. SPRING/SESSION A 51332 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 12:30-2 pm SPRING/SESSION B 51432 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 12:30-2 pm SUMMER SESSION 51113 July 6-Aug 10 Tue, 4-5:30 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur Jo Vadeboncoeur Claude Ferguson

Robots, Cyborgs NEW! & Spaceships $150/8 wks (Spring)

Gr 3-5

$115/6 wks (Summer)

Bring your imagination to life as you learn artistic skills to build & sculpt truly amazing artworks. Discover ingenious uses for every day & recycled materials & create robots, vehicles & creatures that are out of this world. SPRING/SESSION A 51313 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 4-5:30 pm SPRING/SESSION B 51413 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 4 -5:30 pm SUMMER SESSION 51114 July 7-Aug 11 Wed, 4-5:30 pm

Comic Books Gr 3-5

Claude Ferguson Claude Ferguson Claude Ferguson

$150/8 wks (Spring) $115/6 wks (Summer)

Explore the world of comics! Create heroes, study the classics, & discover words & images to make captivating comics. Great for future illustrators, too! SPRING/SESSION A 51314 Jan 25-Mar 22 Mon, 4-5:30 pm SPRING/SESSION B 51414 Mar 29-May 17 Mon, 4-5:30 pm SUMMER SESSION 51115 July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 4-5:30 pm

Claude Ferguson Claude Ferguson Claude Ferguson

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Art for Youth–Teens (Gr 6-12) Drawing into Painting Gr 6-12

$160/8 wks (Spring)

Learn drawing techniques in pencil, charcoal & pen. Progress to color with pastels, colored pencil, acrylics & watercolor. SPRING/SESSION A 51315 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 2:30-4 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur

SPRING/SESSION B 51415 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 2:30-4 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur

Comic Book Character Design $160/8 wks

(Spring)

Gr 6-12

$120/6 wks (Summer)

Design your own comic book & create characters. Learn techniques of Manga (Japanese cartooning) & classic comic book illustrators. Great for kids who read or make comics or just love to draw. For beg & interm students. SPRING/SESSION A 51319 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 5-6:30 pm

Kyle Williams

Fashion Sketching

SPRING/SESSION B 51419 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 5-6:30 pm

Kyle Williams

Gr 5-12

SUMMER SESSION 51119 July 6-Aug 10 Tue, 5-6:30 pm

Juan Luna-Avin

(Note special starting grade!)

$160/8 wks (Spring) $120/6 wks (Summer)

Love fashion? Love to draw? Sketching figures, clothing & accessories is a crucial skill for any designer. Whether you have fashion design experience or are a beginner, fashion sketching skills will make your design ideas stronger, clearer & easier to bring to life & get on the runway! SPRING/SESSION A 51316 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 3:45-5:15 pm

Dori Duncan

SPRING/SESSION B 51416 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 3:45-5:15 pm

Dori Duncan

SUMMER SESSION 51116 July 7-Aug 11 Wed, 3:45-5:15 pm

Dori Duncan

Fashion Design Gr 6-12

$160/8 wks (Spring) $120/6 wks (Summer)

Develop the skills of a real fashion designer as you learn to hand & machine sew, understand patterns & create something cute to wear that you made yourself! Great for beg or returning students.

Painting Skills Gr 6-12

$180/8 wks (Spring) $135/6 wks (Summer)

Use acrylics as you learn painting fundamentals, develop skills to capture realism & explore expressive painting styles. SPRING/SESSION A 51320 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 4-6 pm

Claude Ferguson

SPRING/SESSION B 51420 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 4-6 pm

Claude Ferguson

SUMMER SESSION 51120 July 7-Aug 11 Wed, 4:45-6:45 pm

Brigid McCabe

Realistic Drawing Gr 6-12

$160/8 wks (Spring) $120/6 wks (Summer)

Love to draw, but have trouble making your drawings look like what you see? Use pencil, charcoal, ink & other media to create depth, show perspective & capture proportion as you learn the keys to realistic drawing.

SPRING/SESSION A 51317 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 5:30-7 pm

Dori Duncan

SPRING/SESSION B 51417 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 5:30-7 pm

SPRING/SESSION A 51321 Jan 28-Mar 18 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Laura Hale

Dori Duncan

SUMMER SESSION 51117 July 7-Aug 11 Wed, 5:30-7 pm

SPRING/SESSION B 51421 Apr 1-May 20 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Laura Hale

Dori Duncan

SUMMER SESSION 51121 July 8-Aug 12 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Laura Hale

Ceramics Gr 6-12

$180/8 wks (Spring) $135/6 wks (Summer

SPRING/SESSION A 51318 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 1-3 pm

Jonathan Huang

SPRING/SESSION B 51418 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 1-3 pm

Jonathan Huang

SUMMER SESSION 51118 July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 1-3 pm

Jonathan Huang

art 4 youth–teens

Explore wheel throwing, learn hand-building techniques (slab, coil, pinch) & simple glazing methods. Create decorative & utilitarian clay pieces. No previous experience required.

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Student Artwork, Realistic Drawing

Art for Teens–Adults D R A W I N G

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Life Drawing Open Studio*

NEW!

Drop-in class with no formal instruction. Opportunity to work with other students & artists. Model provided for several short poses followed by two long poses. Draw from costumed model on first Monday of each month. Bring own supplies. No Meeting: Jan 18, Feb 15, May 31, July 5

Drawing & Color

$135/6 wks (Spring)

Learn drawing techniques in pencil, charcoal, pen & then move to color with pastels, watercolors & paint. Focus on observational drawing, color mixing & creating strong compositions. For all levels. SPRING/SESSION A

Special Price: $60/10 sessions Drop-in Fee: $7 per session

(Special Start Date; No Class Feb 18)

Mon, 7-10 pm

(Special End Date; No Class Apr 15)

51323 Feb 4-Mar 18

On-going, no-preregistration

*Early Registration Discount does NOT apply to Life Drawing.

Drawing

$180/8 wks (Spring) $135/6 wks (Summer)

Develop perceptual skills to translate what you see into skilled renderings. Use charcoal, conte crayons & pastels as you learn drawing skills & fundamentals.

art 4 all teens–adults

P A I N T I N G

SPRING/SESSION A 51322 Jan 25-Mar 22 Mon, 7-9 pm

Andy Muonio

SPRING/SESSION B 51422 Mar 29-May 17 Mon, 7-9 pm

Andy Muonio

SUMMER SESSION 51122 July 12-Aug 16 Mon, 7-9 pm

Kyle Williams

Thu, 10 am-12 pm

Bob Schick

SPRING/SESSION B 51423 Apr 1-May 13

Thu, 10 am-12 pm

Bob Schick

Beginning Watercolor Technique $150/6 wks

(Spring)

Jump into the medium of watercolor with this intro class. Learn basics of color & value; explore painting techniques, including pouring, glazing & wet on wet. Great for beginners or follow-up to Fall Semester Outdoor Sketchbook class. SPRING/SESSION A

(Special Start Date; No Class Feb 17) 51324 Feb 3-Mar 17

Wed, 10 am-12:30 pm

Bill Dunn

About Levels in Teen/Adult Classes Unless otherwise indicated, our teen/adult classes are designed to make both beg- & interm-level students feel welcome. Small classes provide individualized attention & instruction appropriate for experience levels of diverse students in each class. About Class Materials Teen & Adult classes (and some Youth & Teen classes) may require students to purchase supplies after the first class. Cost of materials varies depending on class & quality of supplies desired. Info: Kyle Williams at kwilliams@arts4all.org.

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Work at your own pace, without grades, term deadlines or other academic pressures.

Art for Teens–Adults (cont’d) D R A W I N G

Plein Air Watercolor

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$200/8 wks (Spring)

Learn to capture light & color as you work outdoors, painting local sites & landscapes. Take class on its own or as a follow-up to Beginning Watercolor Technique (Spring/Session A;See pg 24). SPRING/SESSION B 51424 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 10 am-12:30 pm

Painting

Jean Bradshaw

Plein Air Painting

$200/8 wks (Spring) $150/6 wks (Summer)

Use oils or acrylics to capture the sensations of light, color, texture & atmosphere as you work outdoors painting local sites & landscapes. SPRING/SESSION B 51426 Apr 3-May 22 Sat, 10 am-12:30 pm

Bob Schick

SUMMER SESSION 51124 July 10-Aug 14 Sat, 10 am-12:30 pm

Bob Schick

$200/8 wks (Spring) $150/6 wks (Summer)

Great class for beginners to learn basics or returning students to develop skills. Use oils or acrylics as you paint from observation, photographs & artist reproductions. Study composition, observation of light & color, mixing & applying paint. SPRING/SESSION A 51325 Jan 27-Mar 17 Wed, 7-9:30 pm

Andy Muonio

SPRING/SESSION B 51425 Mar 31-May 19 Wed, 7-9:30 pm

Andy Muonio

SUMMER SESSION 51123 July 7-Aug 11 Wed, 7-9:30 pm

Brigid McCabe

Painting from Observation

P A I N T I N G

University Art, CSMA’s Community Partner in Commitment to Arts Education! Coupon good until July 31, 2010!

$200/8 wks (Spring)

Sharpen your painting skills as you learn to capture the sensations of light, color & texture while working from a variety of subject matter including still lifes, landscapes, images & live models. For all levels; great prep for Plein Air Painting (Spring/Session B). SPRING/SESSION A 51326 Jan 30-Mar 20 Sat, 10 am-12:30 pm

7/31/10

Bob Schick

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Art for Teens–Adults (cont’d) S P E C I A L

Morning Ceramics

$150/6 wks (Spring)

Learn wheel-throwing skills & explore handbuilding with slab, coil & pinch techniques; use simple glazing methods. Create decorative & utilitarian clay pieces. No previous experience required. SPRING/SESSION A (Special Start Date; No Class Feb 18) 51327 Feb 4-Mar 18 Thu, 10 am-12:30 pm SPRING/SESSION B (Special End Date; No Class Apr 15) 51427 Apr 1-May 13 Thu, 10 am-12:30 pm

Jill Getzan

Jill Getzan

I N T E R E S T

Ceramics: $200/8 wks Handbuilding $150/6 wks

Learn skills to make beautiful & functional pieces without using the potter’s wheel. Learn slab, pinch, pressed & coil techniques plus surface decoration & glazing in this fun & relaxing class. No previous experience required. Great for beg & returning students. SPRING/SESSION A 51329 Jan 28-Mar 18 Thu, 6-8:30 pm

Jill Getzan

SPRING/SESSION B 51429 Apr 1-May 20 Thu, 6-8:30 pm

Jill Getzan

SUMMER SESSION 51127 July 8-Aug 12 Thu, 6-8:30 pm

Jill Getzan

Ceramics: $200/8 wks (Spring) Wheel-throwing $150/6 wks (Summer) Collage & Learn the art of the ceramics wheel! Create thrown pottery -- decorative & useful bowls, vases, more. Use simple glazing methods to finish your pieces. No previous experience required. Great for beg & returning students. SPRING/SESSION A 51328 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 6-8:30 pm

Jonathan Huang

SPRING/SESSION B 51428 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 6-8:30 pm

Jonathan Huang

SUMMER SESSION 51126 July 6-Aug 10 Tue, 6-8:30 pm

Jonathan Huang

Assemblage

art 4 all teens–adults

$135/6 wks (Spring)

Create 2-D collages & 3-D art-like books, boxes & freeform constructions. Techniques covered: nontoxic transfers; aging & distressing of materials & surfaces; monotype without a press. For all levels. SPRING/SESSION A (Special Start Date; No Class Feb 16) 51330 Feb 2-Mar 16 Tue, 1:30-3:30 pm

Inge Infante

SPRING/SESSION B (Special End Date; No Class Apr 13) 51430 Mar 30-May 11 Tue, 1:30-3:30 pm

Inge Infante

Collage Art instruction increases youth’s confidence, positive risk-taking and cooperative learning abilities as well as personal creativity.

(Spring)

(Summer)

$135/6 wks (Summer)

Collage is a work of art made from an assemblage of different forms thus creating a new whole. Using a variety of techniques, reconstruct, assemble, & integrate found objects, traditional art materials, discards & handcraft to create compelling new works of art. SUMMER SESSION 51128 July 6-Aug 10 Tue, 7-9 pm

Juan Luna-Avin

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Art for Teens–Adults (cont’d) S P E C I A L

Basic Photography

$160/8 wks (Spring) $135/6 wks (Summer)

Learn to handle your camera in different shooting situations & find out what all those settings, options & numbers on your camera mean. Learn about lighting techniques, close-up work & freezing action. Edit your photos in iPhoto & PhotoShop. SPRING/SESSION A 51331 Jan 26-Mar 16 Tue, 7-8:30 pm

Paul Cartier

SPRING/SESSION B 51431 Mar 30-May 18 Tue, 7-8:30 pm

Paul Cartier

SUMMER SESSION 51129 July 6-Aug 10 Tue, 6:30-8:30 pm

Paul Cartier

I N T E R E S T

Batik & Tie Dye

$135/6 wks (Summer)

Learn traditional East Indian techniques of batik & tie dye from a master artist. Create beautiful, fashionable gifts for family & friends! SUMMER SESSION 51130 July 7-Aug 11 Wed, 6:30-8:30 pm Mathangi Sundararajan

SPECIAL TWO-DAY WORKSHOP

Beginning Watercolor, You Can Do It!* Nancy Collins Watercolor Workshop

$185/2 days

Learn all the beginning techniques, tools & tricks to start you on your way to becoming the watercolor artist you have always wanted to be. Renowned watercolorist Nancy Collins will teach this creative, fun workshop for complete beginners. Please bring lunch to class. Max: 16 For supply list, email: kwilliams@arts4all.org Nancy Collins is a Mendocino-based watercolor painter, featured artist in American Artist magazine, art competition juror, publisher & instructor. She has had solo shows at Stanford Univ. & City of Hope, Beverly Hills. SPRING SEMESTER

51334 Sat-Sun, Feb 6-7

Sat, 1 pm-6 pm; Sun, 9 am-4 pm

*Early Registration Discount does NOT apply to 2-day workshops.

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camps 4 kids

Camp Program Spring Semester 2010 Mon-Fri, Feb 15-19 Mon-Fri, Apr 12-16

Summer Session 2010 Mon, June 14-Fri, Aug 20 (2-wk camps)

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SMA’s Camp Program provides children the opportunity to express, explore, create & enjoy the arts in a relaxing, safe & fun environment. Our faculty of professional artists, musicians & arts educators creates a stimulating, nurturing experience for young artists to share the joy of making art, music & new friends. With more than 75 camps offered every year, the program provides a diversity of choices designed to expose your child to the rich multi-cultural, multi-faceted world of the arts. A low teacher-student ratio ensures individualized attention. Projects provide the opportunity for campers to work on their own & on collaborative projects. End-of-camp • TUITION: includes $10 (per camp) non-refundable exhibitions & performances provide young artists registration fee. the chance to share with family & friends & to • Summer enrollees receive one “limited edition” camp showcase their creations.

Camp Info

CSMA’s year-round camp program offers sessions during school vacations (Dec, Feb, Apr) & throughout the summer (June-Aug). Flexible enrollment options (half- & full-day) allow you to create a schedule that meets your child’s needs & is convenient for your family.

The CSMA Camp Experience. . . where art, music, memories & friends are made!

t-shirt free of charge. (Additional t-shirts available for purchase/$10 each.)

• AGES: In summer, campers should be entering grades as indicated. • CAMP SIZE: Varies, with max of 16, unless otherwise noted. • DRESS: Wear clothes appropriate for doing art. • LUNCH/SNACKS: Bring sack lunch & snacks for midcamp break. Nut free only, please. • School policies, financial aid info, etc—see pgs 36-37.

ONE-WEEK NE W M E D I A VAC AT I O N C A M P S ( AG E S 9 - T E E N S ) SPRING & SUMMER

Young Artists Digital Camp

$375/1 week

David Shen & New Media Faculty Max: 8 Explore the digital age & tell stories with animation, graphic illustration, digital photography, blogging, web design. Software includes: Corel Painter, Adobe CS3, more. SPRING SEMESTER 60305 Mon-Fri, Feb 15-19 SUMMER SESSION 60100 Mon-Fri, June 14-18 60101 Mon-Fri, June 28-July 2 60102 Mon-Fri, July 19-23 60103 Mon-Fri, Aug 2-6

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9:30 am-3:30 pm 9:30 am-3:30 pm 9:30 am-3:30 pm 9:30 am-3:30 pm 9:30 am-3:30 pm

Young Musicians Digital Camp

$375/1 week

Marcos Saenz, Brian Belet, Daniel Wood Max: 8 Calling all digital age musicians for sequencing, recording (pre/production/post), digital performance, more. Software includes: ProTools, Reason, Ableton Live, Sibelius, Finale, more. SPRING SEMESTER 60405 Mon-Fri, Apr 12-16

9:30 am-3:30 pm

SUMMER SESSION 60104 Mon-Fri, July 12-16 60105 Mon-Fri, July 26-30 60106 Mon-Fri, Aug 9-13

9:30 am-3:30 pm 9:30 am-3:30 pm 9:30 am-3:30 pm

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Taught by our professional faculty, camps offer 2½ hrs of daily instruction (Mon-Fri) & meet either in the morning (9:30 am-noon) OR afternoon (1-3:30 pm). TUITION: includes $10 (per camp) non-refundable registration fee. $140 per camp (1 wk/5 days) Discount: $250 (Save $30 when same child registers for 2 camps during same week.)

EXTENDED DAY SUPERVISION FEES Supervision sessions have course numbers (ex. 50300), which appear below. Include the applicable supervision enrollment number & fee on your registration form. Supervision Course # MAX FEE FEB APR 8:30-9:30 am 25 $25/wk 50300 50303 12-1 pm/Bring lunch 35 $20/wk 50301 50304 3:30-5:30 pm 25 $45/wk 50302 50305

February 15-19

April 12-16

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

52300 Chinese New Year! GR K-1 Camille Lacey Come celebrate the year of the Tiger with festive creativity & fun projects! Create a paper dragon & a parade of Chinese animal characters, make good luck envelopes, paper lanterns, brush paintings, more!

52308 Storyland Adventures! GR K-1 Camille Lacey Take a trip into the magical & wonderful land of literary imagination to create art inspired by your favorite children’s story books. Make your own story book, create a castle or cottage in a make-believe forest, or your own stuffed animal or character! Draw, paint, sculpt, build with papier mâché, clay & more!

52301 Nature Art GR 1-2 Pantea Karimi Learn about nature & how to draw, paint or sculpt animals, plants, fish & insects. Use a variety of techniques & media -- leaves, branches, more -- to create beautiful paintings, prints & sculptures. 52302 Wild Wheels! GR 2-3 Celeyce Matthews Design & create your own unique & wonderful fantasy dream vehicles with found materials & mixed media. Girls & boys will have a wildly creative time in this camp!

52309 3-D World! GR 1-2 Francesca Lovecchio Use clay, papier mâché & mixed materials to build, create & explore an imaginative 3-D world. Make sculptures of animals, people, nature, buildings, more! 52310 Draw & Paint from Observation GR 2-3 Pantea Karimi Develop drawing & painting skills as you create still lifes, landscapes, animals, portraits & figures using charcoal, acrylic, pastel & more.

52303 Surreal World GR 4-8 Laura Hale Find out how & why artists like Oppenheim exhibited fur-lined teacups and Magritte made it rain indoors. Stretch your creativity & reach for the outer limits of your own imagination through drawing, painting, 2-D & 3-D collage.

52311 Assemblage Sculpture! GR 4-8 Andy Phares Explore the attic of your imagination & forgotten corners of creativity with the strange & fantastic world of found object assemblage & collage! Create amazing relief sculptures, 3-D assemblage sculptures & boxes.

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

52304 There’s a Poem in My Paint! GR K-1 Art Faculty Are you a dreamer, magic bean buyer, painter or wishing-star maker? Let poems inspire you! Listen to & write your own poems as you create paintings, books, more! Laugh, dream, imagine, draw, paint, cut & paste!

52312 with Songs & Art GR K-1 Laura Hale Listen to songs from around the world to inspire drawings, paintings & sculptures in mixed media & clay. Come dressed to move freely & to make art your world!

52305 Puppet Parade! GR 1-2 Andy Phares Be inspired & create wonderful puppet characters based on cultural & imaginary themes! Explore basic puppeteering & make puppets from wood, papier mâché, found objects. Put on a show with your creations! 52306 American Artists GR 3-5 Pantea Karimi Spend a week with the most famous American artists! Learn about their styles, lives & techniques. Be inspired as you draw, paint, sculpt! 52307 Imagine It! GR 4-8 Angela Hansen Learn creative paper crafting techniques & make amazing 3-D sculptures, pop ups, cut outs, expressive hats, cards & more. . .all with paper!

Around the World

52313 Spring Bugs & Butterflies GR 1-2 Celeyce Matthews Make original & amazing bug & butterfly sculptures using papier mâché, clay, fabric, drawing & painting. 52314 Paper Creations GR 3-5 Angela Hansen Design & create artful & unique books, cards, stationery & paper sculptures. Discover the incredible creative possibilities of paper! 52315 Imagined Machines GR 4-8 Claude Ferguson Design & create sculptures with mixed media & bring to life mechanical creatures, robots, dolls & wonderful invented machines!

: Music component to camp

Spring New Media Art & Music Camps – see pg 28. E A R LY R E G I S T R AT I O N D I S C O U N T : T o S a v e $ 1 0 p e r c l a s s , s e e p g 3 6 f o r r e g i s t r a t i o n d e a d l i n e .

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FEBRUARY & APRIL VACATION CAMPS February 15-19 & April 12-16


summer camps 4 kids

“The instructors love what they do and are so knowledgeable, but can also reach out to kids. It’s amazing how they can bridge the gap.”

– Elizabeth, camp mother

SUMMER CAMPS Mon, June 14-Fri, Aug 20 Taught by our professional faculty, camps offer 2½ hrs of daily instruction (Mon-Fri) & meet either in the morning (9:30 am-noon) OR afternoon (1-3:30 pm). TUITION: includes $10 (per camp) non-refundable registration fee. $265 per camp (2 wks/10 days) FAMILY DISCOUNT: 10% off tuition for all enrolled summer camps of youngest child only.

EXTENDED DAY SUPERVISION FEES Supervision sessions have course numbers (ex. 50110), which appear at the top of the column of each twoweek camp session. Include the applicable supervision enrollment number & fee on your registration form. MAX FEE 8:30-9:30 am 25 $50/2 wks 12-1 pm/Bring lunch 35 $40/2 wks 3:30-5:30 pm 25 $90/2 wks

WAITLISTS: If your child has been wait listed, we will call you if a space becomes available. REFUND POLICY: See pg 36.

Session 1

June 14-25 (2 weeks)

Supervision Session # 50110 Morning / 8:30-9:30 am 50111 Lunch / Noon-1 pm 50112 Afternoon / 3:30-5:30 pm

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

52110 Mix It Up GR K-1 Camille Lacey Explore & experiment with fun mixed media! Discover & develop your unique creative process! Draw, paint, sculpt, imagine, create!

52115 Under the Sea Music & Art GR K-1 Kyle Sofman Explore music, movement & rhythm & create under-the-sea art! Make an underwater mural, paper fish & sea creatures. Dance, move, sing & play musical games!

52111 Galaxy Gala GR 1-2 Laura Hale Travel beyond the milkyway for an out-of-this-world party! Explore the universe while you paint, draw & sculpt! Send postcards from other planets & create a fantastic collection of outerspace artwork! 52112 Clay Arts GR 2-3 Christian Hollifield Learn handbuilding techniques & create wonderful clay objects: jars, birdhouses, animals, more! 52113 Adventures in Jewelry Making GR 3-5 Wesley Brando Explore jewelry techniques & create your own unique accessories & jewelry box with wire, beads, more. 52114 Stone Carving GR 4-8 Andy Phares Learn stone-sculpting techniques & more. Recreate the mysteries of ancient sculpture in miniature size.

52116 Fantastic Masks GR 1-2 Celeyce Matthews Learn about stories & design of fantastic masks from around the world! Use clay, paper, papier mâché & mixed media to design & create your own unique, artful masks! 52117 Amazing Invention GR 2-3 Andy Phares Art & science fuse with imagination! Discover artistic inventions using solar photo prints, invisible ink & code writing! Have fun with hidden mirror painting, water & air pressure rockets & much more! 52118 Mixed Media Book Arts GR 3-5 Claude Ferguson Create fun, original books using a variety of materials & imagination. Learn about book binding techniques, collage & flip, accordion & sculpture books. Let art tell the story! 52119 Ceramic Sculpture GR 4-8 Christian Hollifield Combine imagination & technique to create unique sculptural & utilitarian objects in clay. Pinch, sculpt, roll & glaze with paint!

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Session 2

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

52120 How Things Work! GR K-1 Laura Hale Investigate & imagine things & how they work! Be inspired by different kinds of houses around the world & many kinds of transportation. Explore the work of farms & fire stations & design your own candy factory! Draw, paint, sculpt.

52125 Fantasy World GR K-1 Rosalyn Carson Escape to never-never land & create a magical world with clay, paper, paint & mixed media! Whether wizard, pirate or princess, you will make new friends & share fun with lots of wonderland creatures!

52121 Clay Garden GR 1-2 Patty Owyang Make clay bugs, birds, plant, more! Learn pinch, slab & coil techniques in handbuilding with clay. Fire & glaze paint with beautiful color!

52126 Folk Toys GR 1-2 Claude Ferguson Handmade toys are a magical part of every land. Travel around the world & be inspired by wonderful toys of different cultures! Make your own unique toys with paper, wood, clay, recycled materials, paint, more!

52122 Imagine Portraits GR 2-3 Alexis Grant Stretch your imagination & your skills! Draw, paint & sculpt portraits in an exciting variety of mixed media, materials & styles, from classical to expressionistic, abstract to surreal!

52127 Paper Inklings GR 2-3 Celeyce Matthews Discover the incredible creative possibilities of paper & ink with paper construction & ink printing. Take home final projects to keep forever or give to someone special!

52123 World Wonders GR 3-5 Francesca Lovecchio Discover the stories behind artful objects from all around the world. Create amazing paintings & sculptures; make artifacts, masks & toys. Be inspired by global wonders!

52128 Ceramics GR 3-5 Patty Owyang Make every day artful with unusual container vessels, unexpected pots & out-of-the-ordinary sculptures. Learn handbuilding techniques, fire your creations & paint them with beautiful ceramic glaze colors.

52124 Make Musical Instruments GR 4-8 Claude Ferguson Learn about instruments from around the world & the techniques used to make them. Design, craft & play your own amazing instruments using wood, wire, found objects & mixed media.

Session 3

July 12-23 (2 weeks)

52129 Avant Garde Art! GR 4-8 Alexis Grant Learn how innovative artists have advanced our ideas of the times! Create 2-D & 3-D artwork in a variety of materials that express your own views about your world! Use diverse materials to build your unusual & imaginative creations. Supervision Session # 50130 Morning / 8:30-9:30 am 50131 Lunch / Noon-1 pm 50132 Afternoon / 3:30-5:30 pm

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

52130 Creative Movement & Color GR K-1 Kristin Beardsley Creative movement, dance, drama & music inspire sculptures, paintings, more! Dress to move freely & to make art from clay, paint, 2-D & 3-D materials.

52135 Imaginary Creatures GR K-1 Judy Schulze Draw, paint, sculpt miniature & life-size creatures! Stretch your imagination & create fantastic animals with paint, clay & papier mâché.

52131 Deep Sea Ceramics GR 1-2 Rosalyn Carson Imagine & create an underwater universe of starfish, seashells, fish murals, crabs, more, all with clay. Paint with beautiful multi-colored glazes & paints. 52132 Theater & Music Magic GR 2-3 Kaye DeVries Be a star! Connect sound & motion in this high-energy camp. Drama, songs, body movement, more! Max: 24 52133 Crazy Critters! GR 3-5 Celeyce Matthews Create wacky & fantastic creature projects with cool hand sewing using found fabric, beads, yarn & other fun stuff! Great camp for boys & girls who want to make very cool craft projects! 52134 Illusion & Reality GR 4-8 Laura Hale Be inspired by painters like realist Edward Hopper, surrealist Dali, and hyperrealists Chuck Close & Ron Mueck. Learn tricks to create optical illusions & how to paint things to look real while bending the rules of reality with your imagination!

52136 Bon Appetit! GR 1-2 Angela Hansen From spaghetti to ice cream & cake, have an extra helping of creativity & fun! Use a variety of media to make delicious looking art, wonderful sculptures & personalized table accessories! 52137 Artzilla Insect Sculptures GR 2-3 Laura Anderson Butterflies, dragonflies, ants & ladybugs! Look at the incredible world of insect anatomy & use basic techniques to create amazing giant insect sculptures! Draw, sculpt, paint! Build an armature, use papier mâché, paint your sculptures with brilliant color! 52138 My Design! GR 3-5 Rosalyn Carson Learn about graphic design, logos, posters. Design your own name logo & print it on a t-shirt or hat. Create your own postage stamps, box for your favorite imaginary cereal, magazine, book & more! 52139 Gizmos, Games & Invention GR 4-8 David Sandoval Get the creative spark with awesome projects & games using LED lights, kinetic movement, static electricity, balloons, magnets, found objects, clay! Learn cool scientific facts & create sculptures, objects & machines for a world of creative discovery & fun!

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June 28-July 9 (2 weeks)

Supervision Session # 50120 Morning / 8:30-9:30 am 50121 Lunch / Noon-1 pm 50122 Afternoon / 3:30-5:30 pm


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Session 4

July 26-Aug 6 (2 weeks)

Supervision Session # 50140 Morning / 8:30-9:30 am 50141 Lunch / Noon-1 pm 50142 Afternoon / 3:30-5:30 pm

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

52140 Tea Time GR K-1 Camille Lacey Draw, paint, sculpt wonderland characters, tea time hats & treats! Make your own tea party set & glaze paint it for your own class party!

52145 Adventures with Imagination GR K-1 Pantea Karimi Take a fantastic adventure into your imagination! Listen to stories & music, look at pictures to paint, & sculpt imaginary characters & scenes using papier mâché, clay, paint, watercolor, more.

52141 Our Planet Art GR 1-2 Pantea Karimi Learn about Planet Earth: its mountains, jungles, forests, oceans. Sculpt your favorite animals & insects. Use textures & colors in nature to make creative landscapes & scenes using a variety of techniques & media, even leaves, branches, the sun!

52146 Making Art with Famous Artists GR 1-2 Angela Karamian Learn about the styles & artwork of self-taught artists from around the world. Create your own style based on these techniques & make art using diverse materials.

52142 Modern Masters GR 2-3 Megan Archer Look to the masters of 20th century art for inspiration! From painting to sculpture, discover new ways of seeing, thinking & exploring your own potential for super creative expression! 52143 Visionary Stuff! GR 3-5 Jo Vadeboncoeur Explore the design of your world & express your individual style! Design & create a cool model of your dream room, real accessories for your own room at home & more. Draw, paint, fabricate! 52144 Broadway Bound GR 4-8 Kaye DeVries Perform in this high-energy, musical camp! Coaching & role for every singer add up to a grand finale! Max: 24

52147 Journey the Arts of Africa GR 2-3 Claude Ferguson Take a creative journey across the continent of Africa & discover its rich world of color & pattern, sculpture & weaving, masks & handmade toys! Discover, draw, paint, sculpt, create! 52148 Patterns & Symbols GR 3-5 Angela Hansen Explore patterns & symbols & make art inspired by modern artists including M.C. Escher, as well as cultures & arts such as Chinese paper cutting, hand painted ceramic tiles, stamps, printmaking, collage. 52149 Murals & More GR 4-8 Megan Archer Learn about great murals & great mural artists around the world! Take inspiration from exciting artists & sites as you design & paint your own mural!

New Media Art & Music Camps – see pg 28. Summer Music Workshops – see pgs 18-19. Sound Samplers – see pg 7. : Music component to camp

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Session 5

Aug 9-20 (2 weeks)

Supervision Session # 50150 Morning / 8:30-9:30 am 50151 Lunch / Noon-1 pm 50152 Afternoon / 3:30-5:30 pm

MORNING: 9:30 AM-NOON

AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

52150 Castles, Dragons & Unicorns GR K-1 Camille Lacey Take a fantastic adventure into your imagination. Paint, sculpt, construct mysterious lands with dragons, unicorns, more!

52155 Bow Wow! Meow! GR K-1 Laura Hale Draw, paint & sculpt a world of doggone great art! Create fun & imaginative projects from portraits to personalized food dishes; make art that your favorite furry friends star in!

52151 Wild West! GR 1-2 Anna Fankhauser Build a western town, create covered wagons, sculpt horses, draw your route on old maps, find gold! Be an adventurer & travel unknown land! Paint brilliant sunsets & sunrises in fantastic landscapes! 52152 Mythological Creatures! GR 2-3 Ernest Regua Journey into exciting ancient stories to discover fascinating creatures of mythology! Draw, paint, sculpt a creative mythological adventure! 52153 World Cultures & Their Art GR 3-5 Pantea Karimi Art has never been so diverse! Travel from China to India, Egypt, Africa & Europe. Learn about the art of different cultures & be inspired as you listen to music. Create paintings, collages, 3-D pieces using a variety of media & materials. 52154 Mixed Media Sculpture GR 4-8 Claude Ferguson Get inspired & get three dimensional! Imagine & create sculptures with cardboard, wood, wire, found objects & mixed media!

52156 Draw, Paint! Mix, Create! GR 1-2 Pantea Karimi Learn about art basics -- color theory & shading -- & develop drawing & painting skills as you create still lifes, landscapes, animals, portraits & figures using charcoal, acrylic, pastel, more! 52157 Toads, Trolls & Fairies GR 2-3 Anna Fankhauser Create an imaginary world of magic with enchanted forests, crystal ponds, treasures & flower fairy/troll gardens. Make fairy figures, troll puppets, toads & dragonflies! Find a lost treasure chest, pixie gold dust & a fairy/troll journal. 52158 Imagined Inventions GR 3-5 Ernest Regua Build imaginary objects that you design. Use wood, found objects & clay to create structures that stretch your imagination! 52159 Manga & Comic Books GR 4-8 Claude Ferguson Learn this popular Japanese drawing style that is all the rage! Bring your stories & characters to life!

New Media Art & Music Camps – see pg 28. Summer Music Workshops – see pgs 18-19. Sound Samplers – see pg 7.

“When I come to CSMA, I see little kids running around, grownups walking around, everyone’s talking, and I can see that it’s an open place. You can tell that anyone can join.” – Sonia, “Broadway” voice stylist

“CSMA has enriched my daughter’s life and our lives so much that I can’t even imagine our life without that at this point.” – Sonia’s mother

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Private Music Lessons Spring Semester 2010 Mon, Feb 1-Sun, June 20 (20 wks)

Summer Session 2010 Sat, June 26-Mon, Aug 23 (8 wks)

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t CSMA students of all ages, abilities and levels develop skills and a love of music through private lessons with a chosen instrument. Private music study offered year-round includes classical, contemporary, jazz and popular styles for all ages. CSMA has a diverse, multi-lingual faculty of more than 100 professional musicians and educators, including a category of instructors designated as Distinguished Teachers in recognition of their extraordinary professional experience. For faculty biographies and Distinguished Teachers, see www. arts4all.org. Lessons take place once a week at a regularly scheduled time and may be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length. Students need to have an instrument available for daily practice. For some instruments CSMA may offer partner lessons for beginning-level students. Private Lessons are offered in: Accordion* Bass* (upright & electric) Baritone Bassoon Cello Clarinet* Composition

Drums* Flute* French Horn* Guitar* (acoustic & electric) Harpsichord Jazz Improv MIDI

Oboe Percussion* Piano* Recorder/Suzuki Recorder Saxophone* Songwriting* Suzuki Violin

Theory Trombone Trumpet Vibraphone* Viola Violin Voice*

* Specialized jazz instruction offered

Your Complete Music Education In addition to providing outstanding private teaching, CSMA offers a complete music education through opportunities for playing, listening, learning and performing.

Your Private Lesson Tuition includes:

• CORE CURRICULUM CLASSES

Weekly classes offer private lesson students additional training in musicianship, new media, theory and ensemble performance, also preparing them for youth bands, jazz combos, orchestras, chamber music, composition and music exams. Private lesson students may enroll without extra cost in ONE Music Core Curriculum Class or TWO New Media Core Curriculum Classes each semester (except summer). For Core Curriculum Class descriptions, days and times, see pgs 14-17.

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• WORKSHOP WEEKS

To broaden each student’s musical experience, Workshop Weeks (offered fall, winter, spring) feature a series of special and diverse sessions and events with guest artists and faculty members. Past weeks have included: Drum Circle; Mariachi Immersion; Rhythm & Tap; Try the Bassoon; Computer Recording; more.

Spring Semester Workshop Weeks: TUE–SUN, MAR 9-14 TUE-SUN, MAY 25-30 NOTE: Lessons & Music Classes DO NOT meet on these days.

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“I chose CSMA because of the highly qualified faculty and the wonderful facilities. Financial aid may also be available to low-income students who would like to study at CSMA. I am a big fan of the place.” – Jay, private lesson student

• STUDENT RECITALS

Periodic Student Recitals at CSMA and at other community locations provide an invaluable opportunity for students to give a formal presentation and to gain confidence in front of an audience of family and friends.

• MUSIC EXAMINATIONS

Enrolling for Private Lessons New Students New student orientation introduces students to CSMA’s private lesson program, including its curriculum, calendar, special benefits, procedures, and policies. Orientation is required of all new students and must be completed before registering for private lessons. For your convenience, orientation is available online at any time (www.arts4all.org/orientation). For all information about orientation and registration for the Spring Semester and Summer Session, send an email to lessons@arts4all.org or contact the Program Coordinator, Private Lessons, at 650/917-6800, ext 330. CSMA accepts new students throughout the semester on a space-available basis.

Continuing Students On-going students receive registration materials prior to each semester and are given first priority for time/ date selection for their lessons.

Private Lesson Policies For all policies, contact Student Services Staff, 650/917-6800, ext. 0.

Spring 2010 (Feb 1 – June 20) 20 weeks (18 Lessons + 2 Workshop Weeks) Lessons 30-minute 45-minute 60-minute

$ 752.50 $1,116.19 $1,480.00

Summer 2010 (June 26 – Aug 23) 8 weeks Lessons 30-minute 45-minute 60-minute

$ 310.00 $ 457.50 $ 605.00

Tuition is higher for study with faculty designated as Distinguished Teachers. (See pg 32.) Call for rates.

Semester Registration Fee $15 non-refundable semester registration fee (included in tuition) per instrument per student.

Family Discount 5% off private lesson tuition for all subsequent family members after first enrollee registering for private lessons. (Discount does not apply to first enrollee.) Cannot be combined with any other discount or financial aid.

Scholarships & Financial Aid Merit Scholarships Teachers may nominate grade-school students to enter the annual competitive auditions held in May/June. Scholarships are awarded to those who have shown outstanding talent, progress and commitment to their studies. Students are eligible after one year of continuous CSMA private lessons (or 18 months, if absent during summer).

Financial Aid In keeping with our commitment to Arts for All, our Financial Aid Program offers tuition assistance and/or work-study opportunities to qualified students. For info on how to apply, call the Student Services Staff, 650/917-6800, ext. 0. E A R LY R E G I S T R AT I O N D I S C O U N T : T o S a v e $ 1 0 p e r c l a s s , s e e p g 3 6 f o r r e g i s t r a t i o n d e a d l i n e .

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CSMA hosts and prepares students for the practical and theory examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). Faculty select students for whom the ABRSM curriculum and performance challenge provide appropriate motivation and reward.

Tuition & Fees


Registration Guidelines & Policies Spring & Summer 2010 Classes, Camps & Workshops Student Services Office Hrs: Mon–Fri, 9:30 am–6 pm; Sat, 9 am–3 pm 650/917-6800, ext. 0 Email: info@arts4all.org Call for building hrs.

Registration Deadline & Discounts Because many classes, camps and workshops fill up quickly, we strongly encourage students to enroll early and to take advantage of the early registration discount. After first class/camp, enrollments are accepted on a space-available basis only and are also subject to instructor/program director approval. Tuition can be pro-rated for late enrollments approved after first class. Early Registration Discount To receive a $10 per class/camp/workshop discount, you must enroll by: Jan 15 for Spring Semester; May 15 for Summer Session. Discount does NOT apply to: Camp Supervision Fees, Life Drawing Open Studio, One- & Two-Day Art Workshops, Sound Samplers, or Private Music Lessons.

Ways to Register • On-Line: www.arts4all.org • Fax: 650/917-6803

Registration Guidelines & Policies

• Mail or In Person Community School of Music and Arts Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle Mountain View, CA 94040 A student may register for multiple classes/camps/ workshops on the same registration form (one form per student). For your convenience, the form is available for printing off of our website.

Payment Information CSMA charges a non-refundable registration fee of $10 per class/camp/workshop*, which is already included in the tuition cost. Students register for a full semester and payment in full is required at the time of registration. (*does NOT apply to one- and two-day workshops)

Wait List Policy Registrations are processed in the order received. In some cases, students may be waitlisted due to enrollment limits. There is no charge for this service. Your online shopping cart will indicate if a class is waitlisted; staff will individually contact students using other registration methods. You will only be contacted again should a space become available and NOT if the class remains at the maximum enrollment limit.

Class/Camp/Workshop Refund Policy Transfers — A fee of $10 per class/camp/workshop is charged if a student requests a transfer. Cancellations — Programs must meet minimum enrollment requirements as determined by CSMA. Full tuition refunds or credits are given if CSMA cancels a program. Withdrawals — Upon receipt of a Request for Withdrawal Form (available on web site and in main office), prior to the first class/camp/workshop, Student Services Staff will determine your eligibility for refunds or credits as follows: • At least 2 weeks prior to first class/camp/workshop: Full tuition refund less $10 non-refundable registration fee PLUS $10 processing fee per class/ camp/workshop. • 2 weeks before through 24 hours prior to start of class/camp/workshop: 50% tuition credit less $10 non-refundable registration fee PLUS $10 processing fee per class/camp/workshop. (Credit valid up to 1 year from date of receipt of Request for Withdrawal Form.) • Day of and after first class/camp/workshop: No refunds or credits are given. Special Preview Session/Intro Music Classes Enrollment & Reimbursement Policy—see pg 8.

Confirmation We email registration confirmations. If you have not received confirmation two weeks prior to start date, contact Customer Service.

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Cover: Anand, age 3, enjoyed creating art at CSMA. Photo Credits: Mary Bender, Ina Johnson, Louise Smith, James Tensuan Editor: Evy Schiffman Graphic Design: Ina Johnson

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Private Lesson Registration & Policies

Photo Release Policy

Please contact Student Services Staff for all info: 650/917-6800, ext 0.

Absences A make-up is scheduled if the missed session is due to teacher absence. Missed classes/camps/workshops due to student absence are not made up.

Leaves of Absence In cases of emergency or serious illness, a leave of absence may be requested. All requests must be accompanied by a doctor’s note and made in writing to the Student Services Staff. If approved, credit may be given for those absences.

Financial Aid Program In keeping with our commitment to Arts for All, CSMA offers tuition assistance, scholarships and/or workstudy to qualified students. To the extent funds permit, assistance is available on a sliding-scale basis, based on family size and income. If you wish to apply, please call our office or see our website for the appropriate forms. CSMA provides accessibility through:

• Work-Study Opportunities in exchange for tuition rebates; • Merit Scholarships for students who show outstanding talent and commitment; • Program Subsidies for off-site preschool classes, weekly in-school art and music classes at local elementary schools, and other programs.

Non-Discrimination Policy CSMA admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin in its educational, admission and financial aid policies or programs.

Special Needs/Access If you or your child has any special needs, please contact the Student Services office. CSMA is committed to accommodating differences so that the arts are accessible to all.

Child Safety To ensure your child’s safety, please be sure to pick him/her up promptly after class/camp/lesson. Children waiting in CSMA lobbies before and/or after their class/ camp/lesson are NOT supervised. Children are under supervision during their instruction time only. Neither teachers nor administrative staff is responsible for supervising children outside of teaching time.

Did you know? The Arts also benefit Business! Arts nonprofits and cultural organizations support over 3,900 full-time equivalent jobs in Santa Clara County, and generate over $80 million in wages. – Arts Council Silicon Valley 2007 survey Arts education “produces skills and habits of mind that are important for workers in the new Economy of Ideas,” according to Alan Greenspan, and creates a climate that attracts businesses to a community.

E A R LY R E G I S T R AT I O N D I S C O U N T : T o S a v e $ 1 0 p e r c l a s s , s e e p g 3 6 f o r r e g i s t r a t i o n d e a d l i n e .

SPRING & SUMMER 2010 • Community School of Music and Arts • 650.917.6800 • www.arts4all.org

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Registration Guidelines & Policies

• Tuition Assistance of up to 80%, based on family size and income;

From time to time CSMA takes photographs and tapes video of students and/or artwork for possible use in our publications (print & e-mail), exhibitions and on our website, and for funding, development and public relations purposes. No compensation is provided to individuals who appear in the photographs or video or for artwork used.


Joe Fletcher photography

Community Outreach, Special Programs & Services

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SMA is a world-class arts education center offering a spectrum of creative endeavors reflecting the multi-cultural interests of people throughout the region. In addition to providing a curriculum to accommodate all skill levels and ages, CSMA offers a variety of special programs and services at our Finn Center campus, as well as in the community, at businesses and homes.

Concerts, Lectures & Special Cultural Events in Tateuchi Hall CSMA offers many free or moderately priced programs year-round in its 200-plus seat concert hall, named in honor of donors Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi of Japan. (See inside front cover.)

Community Outreach

Exhibitions in Mohr Gallery Year-round exhibitions in our gallery present a spectrum of multi-cultural art, diverse media and cutting-edge creativity by local and faculty artists, students and special guests. (See inside front cover.)

Music for Special Occasions Celebrate a birthday, wedding, business milestone or other special event by having our talented faculty artists provide music. CSMA can provide the right music to match your occasion—an intimate home party or large corporate event. Music School Director Mary Holmes (mholmes@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 329)

Facility Rental Finn Center provides an outstanding venue for smallscale performances and recitals in Tateuchi Hall. Tateuchi Hall Manager Christine Catura (ccatura@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 314)

Volunteering CSMA welcomes volunteers to share their time and talents on a regular basis or for special projects. Whether you are interested in providing administrative, program or event support, we encourage you to get involved. Info: Send email to volunteer@arts4all.org.

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CSMA IN THE COMMUNITY As part of CSMA’s commitment to Arts for All! we bring the community together at Finn Center, but we don’t stop there. Outreach programs bring education, creativity and inspiration to thousands of people throughout the region every year.

Arts-in-the-Schools Programs CSMA serves more than 7,500 children (Gr K-8) annually through its arts-in-the-schools programs taught by CSMA’s professional faculty. Weekly, sequential, skill-based classes and concerts at more than 25 schools coordinate with school curriculum to ensure that the arts become an integral, enriching part of a child’s education. Cal Cullen, Program Coordinator, Arts in the Schools (ccullen@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 308) Kaye DeVries, Program Manager, Music in the Schools (kdevries@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 307)

After-School Art Clubs CSMA offers weekly after-school art clubs at elementary schools. Clubs offer kids the opportunity to create art in the familiar surrounding of their own school and provide parents a convenient place for children to go when the school day ends.

Performances & Exhibitions Faculty and students provide free concerts and exhibitions at libraries, senior centers, hospitals, fairs and other venues throughout the year. These off-site programs are another way that CSMA ensures Arts for All!

Special Needs Program As part of CSMA’s commitment to Arts for All, we provide classes at Finn Center to students from Abilities United, Morgan Autism Center, Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE) and AchieveKids. Taught by our professional faculty, weekly classes provide hands-on experiences in a supportive environment to meet the special needs of these students.

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Registration Form

FOR CLASSES, CAMPS & WORKSHOPS

DUPLICATE AS NEEDED • AVAILABLE ON WEBSITE • ONE STUDENT PER FORM

STUDENT'S NAME

PARENT GUARDIAN NAME 1

HOME ADDRESS: STREET

PHONE: CELL

HOME ADDRESS: CITY/ZIP

EMPLOYER

PHONE: HOME

PARENT GUARDIAN NAME 2

PHONE: CELL

PHONE: WORK

PHONE: WORK

PHONE: CELL

PHONE: WORK

EMAIL

EMPLOYER

BIRTHDATE

EMERGENCY CONTACT

SCHOOL PRESENTLY ATTENDING/EMPLOYER

DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE SPECIAL NEEDS? (PLEASE SPECIFY)

If registering for an Ensemble, please include instrument. CSMA private lesson students registering for Core Curriculum (Music or New Media) classes should clearly mark tuition box: $0/CC COURSE NUMBER

TUITION/FEE

COURSE TITLE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PAYMENT

Payment IN FULL is due with registration. Checks payable to CSMA. � VISA MASTERCARD ______________________________________________________________________ ACCOUNT NUMBER

EXP. DATE

Tuition/Fee Due:

$__________________

Discount/Credit:

($__________________)

Tax-Deductible Donation:*

$__________________

TOTAL

$__________________

______________________________________________________________________ PRINT CARDHOLDER NAME

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POLICY AGREEMENT I have read and agree to ALL policies on pages 36 & 37.

HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT CSMA?

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At Your School (Teacher/Newsletter) Other:_____________________________________

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Your registration cannot be processed without a signed policy agreement.

Double Your Donation with The Morgan Challenge Match! Through a generous challenge grant, your new or increased donation will be matched 1:1. Every gift, no matter the size, is important to meeting the Morgan Challenge! Donations are fully tax-deductible. Make checks payable to CSMA. Donate online at www.arts4all.org/give. *My company will match my donation. One third of CSMA's total budget comes from contributed income.

Mail to: Community School of Music and Arts • Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View, CA 94040 • Tel: 650-917-6800 • Fax: 650-917-6803


230 San Antonio Circle Mountain View, CA 94040

Register by Jan 15 for spring & May 15 for summer & receive $10 off!

Meet Lupe! Lupe is a 6th grader at Costaño, a Title I school in East Palo Alto where CSMA’s weekly art classes are supported by corporate and institutional funding. Lupe loves her art classes because “Art is the main way to express my own feelings and feel inspired in life.” Lupe’s teacher, Harmony Hayes, also appreciates what CSMA brings to Costaño.“It’s really sad that art is the first thing to go when the budget gets cut. Art classes help our students to become culturally aware. And it’s not just the art, it’s the information that comes from it. Our students wouldn’t get this otherwise.”

Accepting Reservations Now!

Lupe wants to become a pediatrician. “I want to show kids how to paint so that they can put their art on the wall and feel better.”

For single tickets and for sponsorship information, please contact: 650.917.6800 ext.334, astreeper@arts4all.org

CSMA 2010 Spring/Summer Catalog  

Course catalog for Spring and Summer 2010 semesters at Community School of Music and Arts.

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