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Find Something New Within You at Callanwolde! “Callanwolde is a wonderful place to

reinvent yourself. I’m no longer an English teacher; I am, ahem, an artist!”

Janet Weeks, Handbuilding Student

cl asses for adult s and children

Art • Fitness • Dance Music • Performing Arts Jewelry • Photography Pottery • Yoga • Writing

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allanwolde, a magnificent Gothic Tudor-style mansion, was built in 1920 as the home of Charles Howard Candler, eldest son of Coca-Cola founder Asa G. Candler. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Callanwolde is a unique arts center that enriches the lives of metropolitan Atlantans year round. In 1972, Callanwolde was purchased with funds raised by concerned citizens and a matching government grant. It is presently owned by DeKalb County; the grounds are maintained by the Department of Parks and Recreations, and the buildings are maintained by Physical Plant Management. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is now operated and restored by the Callanwolde Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation. Funding is dependent upon private and corporate support, government grants, fundraisers, and the arts and education programs. Located upstairs in the Petite Hall is the Callanwolde exhibition area. These exhibitions are open to the public at no charge. Gallery hours are 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday. MAILING LIST: To be placed on a mailing list for the class publications, please call 404.872.5338.

REGISTRATION: To register for classes, fill out the form on page 15 of this publication and mail it in. Or, call our Registrations Office at 404.872.5338. You may also register online by visiting the website at www.callanwolde.org. HOURS: The Callanwolde mansion and grounds are open 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The mansion is closed on Sundays. MARTA: From Edgewood/Candler Park Station or Lindbergh Station, take Bus #6. PARKING: Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is forced to observe a strict parking policy due to limited parking spaces and public safety. Cars may be parked only in the back parking lot. You are asked NOT to park in the driveway behind the Carriage House. Additional parking can be found next door at Laurel Heights Hospital, but only in the lower lot adjacent to Callanwolde. It is imperative that cars are not parked in any entrance, exit, or fire lane. This also applies to parking at Laurel Heights. Cars parked in No Parking areas will be subject to towing.

980 Briarcliff Road, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30306 404.872.5338 Fax: 404.872.5175 E-mail: info@callanwolde.org www.callanwolde.org Support is provided to Callanwolde Fine Arts Center through a grant appropriated by the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners, in part by the DeKalb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs, and in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. Georgia Council for the Arts is a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.

Contents Children’s Classes

Fitness & Exercise ....................................................... 7

Children’s Art Classes . ................................................. 5

Jewelry ...................................................................... 8

Children’s Dance Classes .............................................. 4

Music (Private Lessons) ............................................... 6

Kindermusik Classes . .................................................. 6

Photography Classes ................................................. 14

Kung Fu . .....................................................................7

Pottery Classes . ........................................................ 13

Music (Private Lessons) ............................................... 6

Special Interest Classes ................................................ 8

Special Interest Classes ................................................ 8

Textiles Classes . ........................................................ 14

Summer Camps . ...................................................... 4-6

Writing Classes . ........................................................ 14

Adult Classes

Gallery . ...........................................................................16

Art Classes ......................................................... 10-12

Registration Form ............................................................ 15

Art Workshops ...................................................... 9-10

Refund Policies ................................................................ 15

Dance . ....................................................................... 7

Special Events . .................................................................. 3

Map and Directions

Callanwolde is located in the historic Druid Hills neighborhood of Atlanta, conveniently situated between the Virginia-Highland neighborhood and the campus of Emory University, and is approximately five blocks north of the intersection of Briarcliff Road and Ponce de Leon Avenue.

Programs and facilities are offered to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, creed or disability.

From I-85 North/South: Take exit 89, North Druid Hills Road, and drive south on North Druid Hills Road. The first major intersection is Briarcliff Road (Loehmann’s Plaza will be on the right). Turn right onto Briarcliff Road and Callanwolde is approximately four miles on the right. From I-75 North/South: Take exit 248C, Carter Center/Freedom Parkway, and stay on Freedom Parkway for about two miles until it dead-ends into Ponce de Leon Avenue. Turn right onto Ponce de Leon and at the third traffic light turn left onto Briarcliff Road. Callanwolde is about five blocks on the left.

If you have a disability, please let the administration know; we will make every effort to accommodate you. Elevator access is available to the second floor of the mansion.

The Callanwolde Mission The Mission of the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is to preserve, restore, and develop the Callanwolde Estate and to be the premier public participatory arts and cultural center.


JAZZ CONCERT SERIES: ”JAZZ ON THE LAWN”

Callanwolde’s Jazz on the Lawn outdoor series showcases a lineup of Atlanta’s jazz treasures with a mix of classic, contemporary, swing, fusion Latin and blues. Guests are invited to bring a blanket and a picnic, and unwind while enjoying live music under the stars. $15 advance purchase online; $20 at door. Tickets on sale at ticketleap.com beginning May 1. In case of rain, the concert will be moved to Callanwolde’s indoor Courtyard. Free parking onsite. FRIDAYS 7:30 pm: June 14, June 28, July 12, July 26 and August 9

Ike Stubblefield and Friends – Soulful R&B Jazz Friday, June 14 at 7:30 pm Callanwolde opens its 2013 series with Ike Stubblefield and Friends. B3 organ virtuoso Ike Stubblefield is a music industry legend with almost 50 years in the business. Stubblefield’s craft and ingenuity on the keys helped create the classic B3 sound that others would imitate for generations to come.

Serenata Band – Latin Jazz, Samba & Salsa Friday, June 28 at 7:30 pm

Atlanta’s highly acclaimed Latin band Serenata creates an unforgettable, international sound experience. Luis Cordero leads a 7-piece band that plays an energized evening of Latin jazz, samba, salsa and other creative styles with sax, flute, congas, bongos and timbales that will have you dancing on the lawn.

FIND SOMETHING NEW WITHIN YOU AT CALLANWOLDE! What lies within you? Is it a picture waiting to be painted… a song looking for a voice…a dance wanting to be performed? Is your life a journey looking for an adventure, or do you simply need to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for a couple of hours? Callanwolde is more than a Fine Arts Center. It’s a place where friends and strangers soon become family, a place where you can explore your creativity without boundaries or judgment, a place devoted equally to the discovery of your inner child and the pursuit of your passion. Take a look through our catalog. We’re pretty sure you will find something you’ve always wanted to try. Now is the time. Bring a friend, a family member or come as you are. Either way, the discovery of something wonderful awaits at Callanwolde-you! Three easy ways to register: 1. Register online now at www.callanwolde.org 2. Use the registration form provided on page 15 3. Call Registration at 404.872.5338

Scott Glazer’s Mojo Dojo – Jazz, Blues & Southern Soul Friday, July 12 at 7:30 pm Mojo Dojo performs quality jazz, blues and southern soul across the south and internationally. As bassist and featured vocalist, Scott Glazer leads some of Atlanta’s top veterans and young bloods in a lineup of sax, trumpet, piano, drums and guitar. Their repertoire ranges from the Great American Songbook to fresh takes on the music of the Allman Brothers and Otis Redding.

Calendar of Events

Ted Howe Trio w/Vocalist Karla Harris The Music of James Bond

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Friday, July 26 at 7:30 pm

“Shaken Not Stirred” reinvents the beloved music from the James Bond legacy. Ted Howe’s arrangements with Karla Harris’ vivid vocals will skyrocket you through decades with 007 classics. Howe’s accomplishments in many roles as performer, arranger, composer and his powerful touch on the piano have led him to work with luminaries such as Herbie Mann, Henry Mancini, Lainie Kazan, Buddy Rich and more.

Madoca & Company – Contemporary Fusion Jazz Friday, August 9 at 7:30 pm Composer and jazz keyboard artist Madoca, has performed internationally and headlined many jazz venues in Atlanta. She teams up with The Prince Project to create an expressive, passionate performance – a mix of fusion, Latin and contemporary jazz styles.

Summer Tango

Friday, August 23; 8 pm Learn about the rhythm and movement of authentic Argentine Tango. Dancers of all skill levels are welcome and no partner is necessary. The evening begins at 8:00 pm with an introductory lesson from the expert instructors of Tango Rio (www.tango-rio.com). After the introductory lesson, you will be ready to try out your new moves with an open tango dance party beginning at 9:15 pm. Tickets are sold at the door, cash or check only. $15 Lesson & Party/$10 Party Only.

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POETRY READING: Sadre-Orafai & Stratidakis

MAY 8

8 PM

GALLERY OPENING: Ronald Nuse

JUNE 7

7 PM

OPEN MIC POETRY READING

JUNE 12

8 PM

JAZZ ON THE LAWN: Ike Stubblefield & Friends

JUNE 14

7:30 PM

JAZZ ON THE LAWN: Serenata Band

JUNE 28

7:30 PM

OPEN MIC POETRY READING

JULY 10

8 PM

JAZZ ON THE LAWN: Scott Glazer’s Mojo Dojo

JULY 12

7:30 PM

JAZZ ON THE LAWN: Ted Howe Trio/Karla Harris

JULY 26

7:30 PM

JAZZ ON THE LAWN: Madoca & Company

AUGUST 9

7:30 PM

OPEN MIC POETRY READING

AUGUST 14

8 PM

SUMMER TANGO

AUGUST 23

8 PM

Cover Photo by Ron Nuse


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Children’s Dance

The Daily Groove (5-10 years)

Join Callanwolde campers for a week of some of America’s favorite entertainment past times to include disco, folk, Broadway, and ballroom! Learn the dances and sample the culture from each genre, including daily snacks and art projects that relate to the days theme. Parents are invited for a sneak peek on Friday at 1 p.m. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 10, max. 15. Instructor: Jerylann Warner Fee: $165 members / $175 non-members 6477 Monday – Friday, June 24–28 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 5 days

CHILDREN MUST HAVE PARENTAL SUPERVISION BEFORE AND AFTER THEIR CLASS

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Callanwolde is closed on July the 4th. Children’s Dance Recital: Saturday, June 1. The aim of this program is to instill in each student the joy of dance as an art form. The program includes technical skills, improvisation and choreography, musical background, and performing experience within a graded structure. Children are allowed a high degree of personal freedom for their own invention and creativity. This educational approach to dance utilizes problem solving, observation, and sharing of experience.

Little Musicals (5-10 years)

Campers will study song and dance centered upon each theme, along with focused art projects to be used as props in the final show. Little Musicals takes to the stage on Friday at 1 p.m., to which family and friends are invited. Musicals TBA. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 10, max. 15. Instructor: Jerylann Warner Fee: $165 members / $175 non-members FULL Monday – Friday, July 15–19 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 5 days

Make-Up Policy:

Callanwolde is not responsible for classes missed due to student absences. Parents should discuss make-up policy with their Instructor. Dance students must make up classes missed during a quarter before the end of that quarter. Children should attend a class of the same age group with the same instructor.

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Parents’ Day:

A limited number of partial scholarships are available to dance students 5-years-old and older. Criteria are need, talent, and commitment to the program. Applications for the 20132014 school year are available in the Programs Office. All scholarship applications are due by Friday, July 26, 2013.

Creative Movement/Pre-Ballet (5-8 years)

Introduces boys and girls to the fundamentals of dance, while helping them to increase their physical strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance. Designed to increase the student’s self-confidence and to find a greater joy in moving, dance and personal expression. Children should wear comfortable clothes and may dance barefoot or in ballet slippers. Tights and leotard are preferred. Instructor: Fee: 6643

Jerylann Warner $85 members/$95 non-members Wednesdays, June 5 - July 17 (no class July 3) 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. 6 weeks

Monday – Friday, June 3-7 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Summer Dance Camps Summer Dance Intensive (7 years & up)

LEG UP...summer dance intensive designed for the dancer who currently takes two or more dance classes a week. This weeklong immersion into technique and physical expression is designed to improve each dancer’s individual abilities. Camp opens with a goal setting ceremony. FOOT IN... for the FIRST time dancer! It is never too late to embark. This camp offers beginning level practice in dance basics preparing each participant for future studies in ballet, jazz and modern. Class placement is determined by previous experience; an evaluation will be given the first day of class. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 15, max. 40. Instructors: Jerylann Warner & Guests Fee: $240 members / $250 non-members After May 25th: $290 members / $300 non-members 6476 Monday – Friday, June 17-21 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 5 days

Join us for a creative camp filled with drama, dance, and art projects that come to life through daily skill building “play” activities. Your camper will explore the interplay between all three expressive arts culminating in a Friday show for family and friends. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 10, max. 15. Instructor: Jerylann Warner $ Fee: 165 members / $175 non-members 6479 Monday – Friday, July 29-August 2 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 5 days

Callanwolde Dance Ensemble Intensive

(8 years & up) Intensive workshop offers daily classes in dance technique: ballet, contemporary, jazz, flamenco, hip-hop, character, pre-pointe for all levels, including pointe/variations for our advanced level. Guest instructors will include Lisa Howell, Jennilee Garcia-Green and others. Instructor: Kelly Oakes Dent Fee: $240 members / $250 non-members 6480 Monday – Friday, July 8-12 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 5 days

Intermediate / Advanced Ballet & Pointe

This course offers non-syllabus work which is focused on technique, movement quality, and exposure to new steps and combinations. You may attend the pointe class in regular ballet slippers if you have not yet been placed on pointe by your teacher. Appropriate for students who have taken Callanwolde’s Grade 4 or equivalent Intermediate level ballet. Individual classes are available for $30 each. Max. 15. Instructor: Kelly Oakes-Dent Fee: $265 members/$275 non-members 6644 Mondays & Wednesdays, June 3 - July 10 (no class July 3) 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. 11 sessions

Intermediate / Advanced Ballet & Jazz

This course offers non-syllabus work which is focused on technique, movement quality, and exposure to new steps and combinations. Part of the class time will be devoted to Jazz technique. Appropriate for students who have taken Callanwolde’s Grade 4 or equivalent Intermediate level ballet. Individual classes are available for $30 each. Max. 15. Instructor: Jennilee Garcia-Green Fee: $265 members/$275 non-members 6645 Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 4 - July 11 (no class July 4) 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. 11 sessions

5 days

Moving Me! (5-7 years)

Parents may observe the class “in action,” and may discuss their child’s personal growth and development with the instructor on the last day of dance classes.

Scholarship Assistance:

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Children’s Art

Cartooning and Drawing Workshop (6-14 years)

Not So Basic Drawing (5-7 years)

Join this fun and exciting class that uses unusual and notso-basic approaches to teach every day drawing skills. Artistic concepts such as line, form, proportion, value, and texture will be covered. All supplies included. Min. 4, max. 12. Abbie Merritt $65 members/$75 non-members Wednesdays, June 5 - 26 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

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MORE Not So Basic Drawing (5-7 years)

Students will have fun improving their drawing skills and creating their own cartoons. Drawing their favorite cartoon characters and comic strips will introduce students to the wild, wacky world of cartooning. Creating their own characters and caricatures will be encouraged. Focus is primarily on line and drawing, but use of ink and watercolors will also be explored. Supply list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 12. Instructor: Fee: 6652

Stephen Sweny $ 80 Saturday, July 20 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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For those artists looking to deepen their knowledge of drawing fundamentals, while strengthening their skills. All supplies included. Min. 4, max. 12.

Abbie Merritt $65 members/$75 non-members Wednesdays, July 10 -31 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

4 weeks

Cartooning and Drawing (6-14 years)

Students will have fun improving their drawing skills and creating their own cartoons. Drawing their favorite cartoon characters and comic strips will introduce students to the wild, wacky world of cartooning. Creating their own characters and caricatures will be encouraged. Focus is primarily on line and drawing, but use of ink and watercolors will also be explored. Supply list online. Min. 6, max. 12. Instructor: Fee: 6651

Stephen Sweny $155 members/$165 non-members Mondays, June 10 - July 29 4:15 - 5:45 p.m.

art by Stephen Sweny

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Your child will explore the world of watercolor as they create paintings of animals that inspire them. We will discuss texture, value, and color theory. Please bring three clear, detailed photographs of animals that they love. All supplies included. Min. 4, max. 12. Instructor: Fee: 6650

TV Boot Camp

4 weeks

Watercolor Animals (5-7 years)

AGES: 5-10 Years DAYS: Monday through Friday (meeting a total of 5 days) TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. INSTRUCTORS: Elaine Wadsworth & Addie Linder FEE: $165 members / $175 non-members per 1 week session 6460 On Stage! I June 10-14 Theme: Under the Sea 6461 On Stage! II June 24-June 28 Theme: Aesop’s Fables 6462 On Stage! III July 15-July 19 Theme: Under the Sea 6463 On Stage! IV July 22-26 Theme: Aesop’s Fables

Art & Drama Camps Parent & Me Art Camp AGES: DAYS: TIME: FEE: 6450 6451

Wee Artists AGES: DAYS: TIME: FEE: 6452 6453 6454

2-4 Years; parent attends entire session Monday through Friday (meeting a total of 5 days) 9:00 to 10:15 a.m. $135 members/$145 non-members per 1 week session Parent & Me June 24 – 28 Parent & Me July 29 – August 2 4-5 Years Monday through Friday (meeting a total of 5 days) 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $135 members / $145 non-members per 1 week session Wee Artists I June 10-14 Wee Artists II July 8-12 Wee Artists III July 15-19

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AGES: 9 Years & Up DAYS: Monday through Friday (meeting a total of 5 days) TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. INSTRUCTORS: Dennis Diamond & Danielle Stewart FEE: $300 members / $310 non-members per 1 week session 6481 TV Boot Camp June 10-14

Teen Camps Teen Art Workshop (13 years & up) Instructors: Fee: 6472

Erin Palovick & TBD $245 members / $255 non-members Monday – Friday, June 24-28 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

5 days

Teen Jewelry & Metalsmithing Camp (13 years & up) Textured Link Bracelet & Cabochon Ring

FEE INCLUDES COST OF METAL AND SUPPLIES. No prerequisite. Min. 5, max. 8. Instructor: Cat Goolsby (www.JewelryandMetalsmithing.com) Fee: $245 members / $255 non-members 6473 Monday – Friday, June 24-28 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 5 days

Teen Jewelry & Metalsmithing Camp (13 years & up) Filigree Earrings and a Message Cuff

FEE INCLUDES COST OF METAL AND SUPPLIES. No prerequisite. Min. 5, max. 8. Instructor: Cat Goolsby (www.JewelryandMetalsmithing.com) Fee: $245 members/$255 non-members 6474 Monday-Friday, July 15-19 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 5 days

Teen Photography Workshop (13 years & up)

Kaleidoscope Arts Camp AGES: DAYS: TIME: FEE: 6455 6456 6457

6-10 Years Monday through Friday (meeting a total of 5 days) 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. $245 members / $255 non-members per 1 week session Kaleidoscope I June 10-14 Kaleidoscope II July 8-12 Kaleidoscope III July 15-19

Kaleidoscope Masters Arts Camp AGES: DAYS: TIME: FEE: 6458 6459

8-12 Years Monday through Friday (meeting a total of 5 days) 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. $245 members / $255 non-members per 1 week session Masters I June 17-21 Masters II July 22-26

Students supply camera, film and paper; see Supply list online. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 8, max. 10. Instructor: Joe Cillo Fee: $250 members / $260 non-members 6475 Monday – Friday, July 29-August 2 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 5 days

Summer Camp Refund Policy

To withdraw from a camp, parents must notify the registration office *ten days* before the first day of the camp session; i.e. you must withdraw two Fridays prior to a Monday start date. No refunds or transfers will be given after this point. Notifications may come by phone, mail, or in person; e-mail or fax notifications are not accepted. When issuing refunds, Callanwolde retains a $20 cancellation fee per camper per camp session. Refunds can average 2 weeks to process.

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Abbie Merritt $65 members/$75 non-members Tuesdays, June 4 - 25 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays, July 9 - 30 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

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Summer Camps

For more detailed information, please visit www.callanwolde.org, and view the separate Summer Camp brochure. Registration opened February 4th for all Summer Camps; enroll now to save your spot!

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Kindermusik® Summer Camps 2013 Peek-A-Boo, I Love You

Newborn to 18 months; caregiver attends entire session Have fun learning new songs, lullabies, and ways to say “I Love You” using touch, Mother Goose rhymes, literature books, and chants. Activities include instrument play, Sign Language, and special dances that stimulate baby’s mind and coordination. Connect with other families in the community and learn how music encourages the development process. Materials included in tuition; no sibling rate. Min. 6, max. 12. Teacher:Student Ratio- 1:12. Instructor: Lisa Nall Fee: $105 members / $115 non-members 6464 Saturdays, June 1 -29 9:40 – 10:20 a.m. 5 weeks

Creatures of the Ocean

18 months – 3 years; caregiver attends entire session Join us for seaside musical fun! Each day of camp includes singing, games, story time, movement, musical exploration, instrument play and a snack. Themes include: Ahoy There, On My Beach Blanket, Coastal Waters, Riding the Waves and In the Deep Blue Sea. Home materials included. The sibling rate reflects a discount on materials for the 2nd child who enrolls in the same class; some materials are shared. Min. 6, max. 12. Teacher: Student Ratio- 1:12. Instructor: Lisa Nall Fee: $125 members / $135 non-members Sibling Rate: $115 members / $125 non-members 6465 Saturdays, June 1 - 29 10:40 – 11:40 a.m. 5 weeks

Ride Pony, Ride! One-Day Camp

3 to 6 years; parent/caregiver joins in the last 15 minutes of class Come enjoy a musical morning with us as we introduce all things western! We’ll gallop, find instruments that clip-clop, and move to music that reminds us of horses. We’ll sit by the campfire for snack, and sing favorite folk tunes from the west. We will hear Copland’s “Rodeo” Suite, The William Tell Overture, and the ever popular broadway musical, “Oklahoma!” A western art project is included. Yeehaw! Min. 6, max. 10. Teacher: Student ratio- 1:10. Instructor: June Abbott Fee: $35 members / $45 non-members 6466 Monday, July 1 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 1 day

Born in the USA! One-Day Camp

3 to 6 years; parent/caregiver joins in the last 15 minutes of class With the approaching holiday, take time to immerse your child in the music of patriotic Americana! We’ll march in a parade with the batons we’ll make, decorate the room with our version of fireworks, play a snare drum, and listen to and explore a flute. Sousa marches and patriotic folk tunes are the order of the day, so come laugh and learn with us as we prepare to honor our very own red, white, and blue! Min. 6, max. 10. Teacher:Student ratio- 1:10. Instructor: June Abbott Fee: $35 members / $45 non-members 6467 Tuesday, July 2 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 1 day

C O M M I T M E N T Zoo Train

18 months – 3 years; caregiver attends entire session Tagalong this summer with a traveling zoo train! Bring your own stuffed animal for the petting zoo. Wear long white socks on your hands for polar bear paws and learn about real animals! Sing songs in new languages. Parents learn about child development and how music improves a child’s ability to think, reason, create, and express. This camp includes singing, games, story time, movement, musical exploration, instrument play, snacks and craft time. Home materials included. The sibling rate reflects a discount on materials for the 2nd child who enrolls in the same class; some materials are shared. Min. 6, max. 12. Teacher:Student ratio -1:12. Instructor: Lisa Nall Fee: $140 members / $150 non-members Sibling Rate: $125 members / $135 non-members 6468 Monday – Friday, July 8 - 12 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. 5 days

On the Road

3½–6 years; caregiver attends last 15 minutes at 12:15 p.m. Imagine the fun we’ll have as we go on classroom road trips in our bus named Van Go! We’ll go hiking, go to the beach, play in a vacation cottage, and plan a stop at the carnival! Our imaginations will soar as we build a campfire with rhythm sticks, flashlights, and red scarves! We’ll sing all your favorite camp and car song games and learn some new ones. Each lesson will feature music, stories, instrument play, snacks and crafts. Materials included. The sibling rate reflects a discount on materials for the 2nd child who enrolls in the same class; some materials are shared. Min. 6, max. 12. Teacher:Student ratio – 1:12. Instructor: Barbara Padgett Fee: $200 members / $210 non-members Sibling Rate: $185 members / $195 non-members 6469 Monday – Friday, June 17 – 21 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 5 days

Giggles – The Joke and Silly Song Camp

4½– 7 years Fill your house with laughs, silliness, and knock-knock jokes learned during Kindermusik camp. We’ll use word plays, funny songs, and all around word silliness to boost vocabulary, develop musical skills, and nurture happy learners. Play around at home with the activities in your home kit as your child develops the confidence and skills needed to be expressive. Children bring their own snack. Materials included. Families come for sharing time on Friday at 12:15 p.m. Min. 6, max. 10. Teacher:Student Ratio - 1:10. Instructor: June Abbott Fee: $165 members / $175 non-members 6470 Monday - Friday, July 29 – August 2 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 5 days

Jazz Kitchen

4½– 7 years We will be serving up an extra helping of learning to share, with some jazz music in the mix. We’ll learn about jazz greats and enjoy some classic jazz tunes as we stir up some scat singing in the kitchen. We’ll use the story of the little sheep who, along with her friends, whips up a batch of noodles from scratch to learn and accept others’ ideas, how to be a leader and a follower, as well as how to watch, listen, and speak to friends and teachers. Students bring their own snack. Materials included. Families come for sharing time on Friday at 12:15 p.m. Min. 6, max. 10. Teacher: Student ratio- 1:10. Instructor: June Abbott Fee: $165 members / $175 non-members 6471 Monday - Friday, June 3 - 7 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 5 days

I M A G I N A T I O N

Music Lessons (For All Ages) Quarter Dates: Monday, June 3 - Saturday, August 10. Private lessons are scheduled on an individual basis. Students must confirm times and dates of lessons with instructor before registering for lessons. Instructors set own make-up policy. Call 404.872.5338 for teacher contact info. 8 weeks/8 lessons 30 minutes: $215 members/$225 non-members 45 minutes: $315 members/$325 non-members

Private Guitar Lessons

Instructor: Matthias Young (ASCAP), B.M. Georgia State University For children ages 8 and up, teens, and adults. From Bach to Rock! Learn to play the world’s most popular instrument studying music from the Renaissance through Today! Beginner to Advanced. Performance coaching and college preparation. www.matthiasyoung.com

Private Piano Lessons

Instructor: Buzz Amato Piano: Specializing in jazz and contemporary styles including improvisation, modes, scales, lead sheets, sheet music interpretation. All ages and levels accepted.

Private Voice Lessons

Voice: Youth - Age 10 and up, Adult - All Ages Instructor: Cynthia Watters Shepherd, M.M. Indiana University

Private Woodwind Lessons

Saxophones, Clarinet, and Flute Instructor: Norman Ficke, B.A. Georgia State University

Introduction to Music Production

Great introductory course that gives an extensive overview of music production. Discussions range from types of music production (record, film, tv) to digital audio workstations and which choice is right for you and your music. Essential keyboard and music theory skills will be covered. Student supplies laptop loaded with DAW software (beginning week 4). Min. 5, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6653

Buzz Amato $200 members/$210 non-members Tuesdays, July 2 - August 20 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Field Trip: date TBD

8 weeks

Summer Camp Refund Policy

To withdraw from a camp, parents must notify the registration office *ten days* before the first day of the camp session; i.e. you must withdraw two Fridays prior to a Monday start date. No refunds or transfers will be given after this point. Notifications may come by phone, mail, or in person; e-mail or fax notifications are not accepted. When issuing refunds, Callanwolde retains a $20 cancellation fee per camper per camp session. Refunds can average 2 weeks to process.


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Adult Dance

Beginning Ballroom Dancing

Adult Dance Class Make-Up Policy:

Callanwolde is not responsible for classes missed due to student absences. Discuss unavoidable absences and make-up policy with instructor.

What to Wear:

Beginning/Intermediate Ballet

David Spencer $130 members/$140 non-members per person Thursdays, June 6 - August 15 (no class July 4) 7:00 - 7:50 p.m. 10 weeks

6 weeks

High-energy class utilizing elements of body alignment, musicality and personal style to perform dances choreographed to wide array of music. Kate Holland $145 members/$155 non-members Tuesdays, June 4 - August 6 8:00 - 9:15 p.m.

Intermediate Adult Modern (ages 17 & up)

Come move with the professional teachers that comprise GATHERING WILD DANCE. Receive instruction that promotes conditioning, technique, and expression through a variety of modern dance styles. This tag team, pop-up style session offers a chance to engage your dancing body with sensitivity and athleticism. Drop-in or register for the full six weeks. Instructor: Fee: 6656

Jerylann Warner $115 members/$125 non-members Thursdays, June 6 - July 18 (no class July 4) 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. 6 weeks

West African Dance

For students of all ages and levels who are ready for a fun-filled, energy packed class! Learn both traditional and modern dances. In addition, develop an awareness of how song traditions work hand in hand with dance movement as a means of expression and communication of daily life in West African cultures. Dancing is rooted deep in African cultures and is used to tell stories depicting both the culture and history of the land and people. Instructor Assane Kouyate (Senegal) comes from a long line of griots, the history tellers and keepers of West African culture. Walk-ins are welcome for $12/class. Instructor: Fee: 6657

Assane Kouyate (www.sekhousenegal.com/westafricandance) $35 members /$45 non-members Saturdays, August 3 - 17 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 3 weeks

Fee: 6746

$80 members / $90 non-members Saturday, June 8 – July 27 (no class July 6) 10:45 a.m. – Noon 7 weeks

Kate Holland $155 members/$165 non-members Wednesdays, June 5 - August 7 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.

10 weeks

Pilates

Designed with the student in mind, this class combines the teachings of Joseph Pilates with anatomical terms. This energizing workout is designed for beginners as well as experienced students who want to stretch and strengthen the core muscles of the spine and abdominals. Students will also learn proper breathing and body awareness. Individuals work at their own level and capacity in this class. Please bring a mat. Perfect for dancers. Min. 6, max. 10. Fanny Santiago-Saavedra $125 members/$135 non-members Thursdays, June 6 - August 8 (no class July 4) 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 9 weeks

Tai Chi: Beginning & Continuing

Ballroom Dancing Class 10 weeks

Instructor: Fee: 6663

Instructor: Fee: 6664

Beginning/Intermediate Contemporary Dance

Instructor: Fee: 6655

Open to students who have taken Beginner II and/or Extended Sessions. Includes pranayama and meditation. Please bring a yoga mat.

Easy, flowing movement makes up this introduction to the ancient Chinese exercise form. Class increases flexibility and balance, both physically and emotionally.

Continuing Ballroom Dancing

This class is designed for students who have completed the beginning ballroom dancing class and who wish to refine leading and following skills. Students must register in pairs - a dance partner is a must! Includes 2 parties to practice your dancing. Pre-requisite: Beginning Ballroom Dancing at Callanwolde or permission of instructor.

Instructor: Fee: 6665 6666

Instructor: Fee: 6659

Rich and exciting, this form of ancient Kung Fu from China, My Jhong Law Horn, is famous for its kicking, swift, powerful stance-work and offers the student mental and physical discipline, fitness and self-defense. Ages 8 & up welcome.

David Spencer $130 members/$140 non-members per person Thursdays, June 6 - August 15 (no class July 4) 8:00 - 8:50 p.m. 10 weeks

Adult Fitness & Exercise Yoga for Life: For Absolute Beginners

Have you ever been interested in Yoga, but were afraid to try it? Come to this class built expressly for the first-time yoga student. Please bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Fee: 6660 6661

Kate Holland $135 members/$145 non-members Tuesdays, June 4 - August 6 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Wednesdays, June 5 - August 7 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

10 weeks 10 weeks

Yoga for Life: Extended Session

Mali Harrell $135 members / $145 non-members Mondays, June 3 - August 5 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. 10 weeks Fridays, June 7 - August 16 (no class July 5) 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 10 weeks

Kung Fu: Beginning & Continuing

Instructor: Fee: 6667

Will Waggener $135 members/$145 non-members Wednesdays, June 5 - August 14 (no class July 3) 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 10 weeks

Senior Wellness Classes for Men and Women Dance for Joy!

Start with an easy warm-up for the body and get ready to rejuvenate and revisit the moves and music you loved so well. Each class will use “creative choreography” and send you home with dances you can continue to perform. With a wide array of musical styles and easy movement, this class is guaranteed to bring out the dancer in you!

Previous study required. Soothing sequences of postures (asanas) to strengthen body and spirit. Brings wonderful new levels of flexibility and deeper levels of relaxation and awareness. Includes pranayama and meditation. Please bring a yoga mat.

Instructor: Fee: 6668

Instructor: Fee: 6662

This introductory gentle yoga class is for seniors who can practice some poses in a regular chair and also use it for assistance in standing poses or as a tool to get to the floor for mat work. This class combines many techniques to create great vitality and an even greater sense of well-being. Breathing techniques and deep relaxation are an integral part of this hour-long experience.

Kate Holland $155 members/$165 non-members Mondays, June 3 - August 5 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

10 weeks

Kate Holland $95 members/$105 non-members Mondays, July 1 - August 5 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

6 weeks

Chair Yoga

Instructor: Fee: 6669

Kate Holland $95 members/$105 non-members Tuesdays, July 2 - August 6 Noon - 1:00 p.m.

6 weeks

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Jennilee Garcia Green $95 members/$105 non-members Wednesdays, June 5 - July 10 7:00 - 8:15 p.m.

Instructor: Fee: 6658

Yoga for Life: Open Class

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Alignment, flexibility and strength are achieved through proper ballet technique at the barre and in the center. This class is appropriate for the beginner or someone with previous experience.

Students of all ages will learn the most basic leading and following skills for partnership dancing. Timing and characteristics of dances such as the Foxtrot, Swing and Waltz will be included. The focus of the class will be to get by in any social situation. Includes 2 parties to practice your dancing. Register in pairs - a dance partner is a must!

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Ballet: tights, leotard, ballet slippers. Modern & African Dances: comfortable exercise clothes, bare feet.

Instructor: Fee: 6654

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Special Interest

Beginning/Intermediate Jewelry & Metalsmithing

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Book Arts Workshop Series

These fun workshops will cover traditional binding methods and bookmaking techniques. These simple yet exciting techniques can be learned and adapted in many ways to create a collection of many styles of well-crafted and creative books. Great for journaling, drawing, painting, photo collection, showing, or even selling. Each workshop will focus on one traditional binding, possible variations of that binding, along with creative and decorative constructions of the books. The investment into materials and tools will continue to be useful for those who master bookmaking through this fun and creative series. Supply list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 4, max. 12. Instructor: Fee:

Stephanie Kolpy $100 each; $375 for all four

Japanese Stab Bindings 6670

Saturday, June 8 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

1 day

Instant Books, Star Books with Pockets, Hand-wrapping Hardcovers 6671

Saturday, June 22 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

This course offers the basics in jewelry design and fabrication. Appropriate for repeat students; projects change each quarter. Learn silver piercing (cutting), shaping, soldering, texturing, finishing (polishing) and stone setting. Individual attention will encourage the development of personal style and emphasize the production of high quality, wearable art or small sculptural pieces. Projects range from rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings, lockets, vessels and broaches. Teens are welcome. Materials will be discussed in the first class; copper/brass metal and stones for projects could cost approx. $50 (silver could cost more). No prerequisite for beginners. Intermediate students have option to design a project with guidance from instructor; Intermediate students must have taken minimum of 4 metalsmithing classes and have ability to design artwork with limited instruction. Min. 5, max. 8. Instructor: Fee: 6675 6676

Cat Goolsby (www.JewelryAndMetalsmithing.com) $155 members/$165 non-members for 6 weeks Wednesdays, June 12 & 19, July 3, 10, & 31, Aug. 7 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 6 weeks Wednesdays, June 12 & 19, July 3, 10, & 31, Aug. 7 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 6 weeks

1 day

Long-stitch Variations with Flourishes 6672

Saturday, July 6 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

1 day

Coptic Bindings, Linen Wrapped Hardcovers, Bound Covers 6673

Saturday, August 10 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

artwork by Cat Goolsby 1 day

Introduction to Music Production

Great introductory course that gives an extensive overview of music production. Discussions range from types of music production (record, film, tv) to digital audio workstations and which choice is right for you and your music. Essential keyboard and music theory skills will be covered. Student supplies laptop loaded with DAW software (beginning week 4). Min. 5, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6653

Buzz Amato $200 members/$210 non-members Tuesdays, July 2 - August 20 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Field Trip: date TBD

Instructor: Fee: 6677 6678

Aalia Mujtaba (www.metaalia.com) $110 members/$120 non-members for 4 weeks Tuesdays, June 11 - July 9 (no class June 25) 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 4 weeks Tuesdays, July 16 - August 6 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 4 weeks

Calligraphy/Copperplate Style

Instructor: Fee: 6674

Carol Gray $ 115 members/$125 non-members Wednesdays, June 12 - July 24 (no class July 3) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. 6 weeks

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Beginning/Intermediate Jewelry & Metalsmithing cont. Instructor: Fee: 6680 6681 6682

Priscilla Fritsch $195 members/$205 non-members Mondays, June 3 - August 12 (no class June 24, July 15, and July 29) 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks Thursdays, June 6 - August 8 (no class July 4 or July 25) 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks Saturdays, June 29 - August 10 (no class July 27) 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 6 weeks artwork by Priscilla Fritsch

Etching on Copper & Brass

Metal etching is a process that combines a protective resist and a liquid that will dissolve metal to create relief or texture. Students will learn how to transfer their own black and white clipart images onto brass or copper sheet, create original designs directly on the metal, and etch the image or design into the brass or copper. The brass plate can then be used to create patterns on copper or silver by use of a rolling mill. Students are supplied with one 2” x 12” piece of brass or copper and should bring multiple clipart images that fit within that space. Some clipart will be available; additional metal available for purchase. Also, wear old clothes, and bring an apron, rubber kitchen gloves, and a sack lunch. Min. 4, max. 8. Instructors: Fee: 6683

Priscilla Fritsch & Kathryn Walker $ 150 Saturday, June 8 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

1 day

Spinning Sterling Silver Cable

8 weeks

This beautiful, pointed pen script lends itself nicely to wedding envelopes, scrapbooking titles, and anything that requires an old-fashioned, romantic look. All supplies provided the first day of class for a fee of approximately $25 (payable to instructor). Min. 6, max. 15.

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artwork by Aalia Mujtaba

Beginning/Intermediate Jewelry & Metalsmithing

Learn the fundamental techniques used in silversmithing and jewelry fabrication. Beginners will learn sawing, filing, texturing, shaping, polishing, soldering, bezel setting stones, as well as the concept of well-balanced design. In this open-format class, beginners benefit from instructor led projects, while intermediate students can either participate in class projects or go beyond the basics and create on their own with instructor help. No experience necessary for beginners; intermediate students should bring examples of their work. Material costs will be discussed in first class. Min. 4, max. 8. Instructor: Fee: 6679

Priscilla Fritsch $195 members/$205 non-members Mondays, June 3 - August 12 (no class June 24, July 15, and July 29) 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 8 weeks

Have you made a pendant but don’t have the right piece to hang it on? Learn how to spin 27 strands of sterling silver wire together to create a unique neck ring that can be worn with the pendant or by itself. Students will learn how to make the cable, end caps and clasp for a lovely new addition to their jewelry wardrobe. Materials/supplies are included; the price of sterling silver wire is based on daily rates. Extra silver available for purchase directly from instructor. Spinning jigs will be available for purchase for $35 (optional). Bring a sack lunch. Min. 4, max. 8. Instructor: Fee: 6684

Priscilla Fritsch $ 150 Saturday, August 17 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

artwork by Priscilla Fritsch

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Art Workshops

Painting Glorious Sunflowers in Watercolor

Photo-Encaustic Painting Workshop

1 day

Have you been struggling with controlling color? Do you mix a lot of mud? Well, no more! This class will have you painting with color confidence. Using a simple still life as a reference, learn to work with the color wheel to lighten and darken your colors, find out why values are so important, and more. These color mixing lessons will be taught by demos and then students will use their new knowledge in class with a still set up. Supply list online; please touch base with Dawn (dawn@dawnart.com) if you have questions. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 4, max. 10. Instructor: Dawn Kinney Martin Fee: $105 6689 Saturday, June 22 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 1 day

In this first workshop on O’Keeffe you will learn many watercolor techniques while exploring O’Keeffe’s style of painting enlarged blossoms, presenting them close up as if seen through a magnifying lens. You will explore her method of using simplified, organic and geometric forms, flowing lines, abstraction, and her most important means of expression - color.  No experience necessary. Supply list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6691

Denise Nogueiras $90 Saturday, June 29 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

1 day

Paint the Swirling Landscapes of Georgia O’Keeffe

In this second workshop on O’Keeffe you will learn many watercolor techniques while exploring O’Keeffe’s style of painting the crevices, swirling landscapes and the vastness of space of her favorite landscapes in Taos, New Mexico. Explore the rich, bold blues and oranges of the Southwest.  You will paint several dessert visions and become familiar with Georgia’s intimate bond with nature.  No experience necessary. Supply list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6692

Denise Nogueiras $90 Saturday, July 13 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

1 day

artwork by Denise Nogueiras

artwork by Penny Treese

Beginning Watercolor Workshop

Sample the paints, brushes, and papers used in watercolor. Demos and examples of various techniques will be given including flat washes, graded washes, glazes, wet’n wet, transparencies and layering. Incorporating these techniques, each student will follow along as the instructor demonstrates each step of a painting. Beginning color theory will also be discussed with hands-on exercises. No prior experience necessary – just an urge to be creative and express yourself! Supply list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Denise Nogueiras Fee: $90 6687 Saturday, June 1 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 1 day artwork by Denise Nogueiras

artwork by Dawn Martin

The Expressive Power of Color: Beginning and Intermediate Techniques

The illusions of perspective, three dimensionality, and movement. Moods such as excitement, drama, mystery, and grief. The sensations of cold and warmth. Even the feeling of hunger. How can color evoke such varied responses? Study the use of color by the modern masters and learn how! This studio course introduces students to the use of color in modern art while teaching them the necessary techniques to work with various types of color media. Drawing and painting from both life and imagination, students will learn the wonderfully expressive power of color! A great course for both beginning and intermediate students. Supply list online. Min. 5, max. 14. Instructor: Fee: 6690

Suzy Ferriss $90 Saturday, June 15 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

1 day

Summer Quarter Classes Begin Monday, June 3, 2013 Registration Open Monday, May 20, 2013

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1 day

Paint with Color Confidence!

Paint the Blossoms of Georgia O’Keeffe

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Penny Treese (www.pennytreese.com) $160 (includes materials) Friday, May 31 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Sunday, August 11 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Paint the flower that inspired so many artists. You will paint four or more versions of the many varieties of the beautiful, tall sunflower such as Aztec Sun, Lemon Queen, Teddy Bear and Autumn Beauty. Enjoy making the flower come alive in all its many colors and forms using watercolor. Be inspired by many different styles of the flower painted throughout different art movements beginning with Monet’s Impressionist style, PostImpressionist Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Gustav Klimt, Egon Shiele, and Georgia O’Keefe. No experience necessary – just a love of flowers and color. Supply list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Denise Nogueiras Fee: $90 6688 Saturday, June 15 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 1 day

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Explore the ancient technique of encaustic painting and discover how the application of wax and pigment to photography can enhance your imagery and it’s visual language. Basic encaustic techniques will be covered, however, a pre-class connection with Penny ensures that students leave with several finished paintings created from their photographs. Demos include serial imagery, washes, degrading and distressing, transferring, smallscale pouring and more. Students supply photographs and extra supports. Most supplies included and additional materials available for purchase. Min. 5, max. 8. Instructor: Fee: 6685 6686

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Adult Art

Creative Painting Series

Absolutely Beginning Painting: Techniques & Media

Learn a bit of art history while you are painting. Learn to paint in the manner of and use the paint materials from the time of the Impressionists, the Fauves, the Dadaists & Surrealists, and the Abstract Expressionists.  Take one, or try them all! Supplies included; bring a sack lunch for one-hour break. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Fee:          

Sarah Hatch $105 each; $375 for all four

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Suzy Ferriss $110 members/$120 non-members Thursdays, July 11 - August 1 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

I M A G I N A T I O N Joy of Art

An introductory class that presents to students the absolute basics of painting. Students will learn to work with a variety of painting media including acrylics and watercolors, while becoming familiar with techniques and styles associated with each. This is the perfect class for the student who is new to art, as well as for those who would like to further develop their skills. Supply list online. Min. 4, max. 14. Instructor: Fee: 6698

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Join a wonderfully creative space where the secrets of creating original art can be yours! Each class is designed to help you learn a basic acrylic and oil painting technique, so you can build your skills and improve your paintings. Students will acquire basic painting skills, color theory, how to mix colors and use different brush types and various techniques of brushstrokes. Learn the basics of good composition and design in an atmosphere of fun, learning and self expression through creative arts. Ideal for the beginner or students with some previous sketching experience. More advanced students are also welcome and can build upon their skills and learn how to critique their own work. Supply list online. Min. 4, max. 12. Instructor: Shijun Huang Munns (www.ShijunArt.com) Fee: $165 members / $175 non-members 6701 Tuesdays, June 11 - July 16 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. 6 weeks artwork by Shijun Munns

artwork by Sarah Hatch

Impressionism: with Oil Paint

6693         Saturdays, June 29                 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.                

1 day

artwork by Suzy Ferriss

Fauvism: with Oil Paint

6694         Saturdays, July 27                 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.                

1 day

Dada and Surrealism: w/Oil Paint, Pastel, Collage 6695         Saturdays, August 3                 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.                

1 day

Abstract Expressionism: with Acrylic Paint, etc. 6696         Saturdays, August 17                 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.                

1 day

Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain: Beginning & Intermediate Drawing

Students will discover their innate creativity and develop their artistic ability as they follow exercises from the text, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. Introducing students to a variety of media and techniques, this is a great workshop for both beginning and intermediate students. Be amazed as you watch your drawing skills dramatically improve through this innovative approach to learning art! Supply list online. Min. 4, max. 14. Instructor: Fee: 6697

Suzy Ferriss $90 Saturday, July 13 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. artwork by Suzy Ferriss

1 day

Painting w/Style for Beginners: Acrylic Painting 101

Introductory painting class for beginners. Students learn basic brush techniques and the art of mixing color, with special attention given to the development of individual painting style. We will paint from basic still life and emphasize the development of the painting from the ground up. Ms. Hatch believes in helping the student learn how to bring out what is behind what one sees in order not to be overwhelmed by detail. Supply list online. Adults only. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Fee:          6699                        

Sarah Hatch $170 members/$180 non-members Mondays, June 17 - August 5 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Self-Expression & Exploration Oil Painting

8 weeks

This class is designed to guide students to find their inner artist, and explore the conscious and subconscious ideas that have driven painters to paint for ages. Based on the idea that the best way to learn is through instructed experimentation, this class is suitable for both new and continuing painters. Includes basic instruction for using oil paints and oil painting mediums, as well as creating good composition, subject matter and concepts. Class includes one-on-one discussions and group critiques. Students are encouraged to create their own compositions in class on day one. Supply list and further instructions online. Min. 6, max. 9. Instructor: Nat Emerson Fee:          $95 members/$105 non-members 6700       Wednesdays, July 31 - August 21                 7:00 - 9:15 p.m.      4 weeks

Imaginative Painting: Painting from the Inside Out

The techniques taught in this class are a wonderful means for painting from one’s imagination. We’ll learn how to bring out visual metaphors using pattern, texture and the art of balancing color, by tapping into an endless source of imagery to paint. Painting experience helpful, but not required. This is a great course for experimenting with a variety of mediums including acrylic paint, pastels, colored and watercolor pencils, and more. Supply list online.  Adults only.  A fun and festive class for Friday nights!  Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Fee:           6702                        

Sarah Hatch $170 members / $180 non-members Fridays, June 14 - August 9 (no class July 5) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.                 8 weeks

Abstract Painting & Drawing

Designed for both beginning and experienced artists alike. Explore the world of abstract painting and drawing with a variety of approaches, experimentation and discussion to become more familiar with your own personal style. We will cover the fundamentals of abstraction: line, shape, texture and composition using a variety of media. Min. 6, max. 11. Instructor: Fee: 6703

Woody Cornwell $175 members/$185 non-members Thursdays, June 13 - August 8 (no class July 4) 7:00 - 9:15 p.m. 8 weeks

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Mixed Media and Photo Collage

Students will learn to use painting and methods of printmaking without a press to uncover symbolism within imagery to create meaningful mixed media photo collages. Begin by exploring the world of collage and mixed media with an introduction to watercolor and techniques for image transfer and production. Concepts regarding composition will be discussed as we create visually compelling imagery of and from our subconscious. Supply list online. Min. 6, max. 14. Instructor: Abbie Merritt Fee: $135 members / $145 non-members 6706       Tuesdays, June 25 - July 30                  7:00 - 9:00 p.m.      6 weeks

C O U R A G E Absolutely Beginning Drawing: Techniques & Media

An introductory class that presents to students the absolute basics of drawing. Students will learn to work with a variety of media including pencil, charcoal, pastels, and ink, while becoming familiar with techniques and styles associated with each. This is the perfect class for the student who is new to art, as well as for those who would like to further develop their skills. Supply list online. Min. 4, max. 14. Instructor: Fee: 6707

Suzy Ferriss $110 members/$120 non-members Thursdays, June 6 - 27 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

4 weeks

Life Drawing Studio

$80 members/$90 non-members Fridays, June 14 - August 9 (no class July 5) 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks artwork by student Zoila Torres

artwork by Abbie Merritt artwork by student of Tim Hunter

Master Study Studio Class– Understanding Master Works

This class presents the opportunity to create both a drawing and a painting working from your favorite masterwork. Both the drawing and painting will be approximately the same dimensions as the original work of art. The charcoal drawing will be fully developed; this allows the composition, value ranges, light, and structure in the original piece to be understood before beginning the painting.  For the first class the student should bring 3 - 5 different print outs of master paintings they may wish to work from, as well as the following materials: box of vine or willow charcoal (medium or soft), box of compressed charcoal (medium or soft), plastic eraser, kneaded eraser, can of WORKABLE spray fixative, roll of 1” masking tape. More supplies to be discussed in class. Min. 6, max. 12. Instructor: Morgan Frew (www.morganfrew.com) Fee:  $170 members / $180 non-members 6705         Saturdays, July 20 - August 24                 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 6 weeks

Photo-Encaustic Painting Workshop

Explore the ancient technique of encaustic painting and discover how the application of wax and pigment to photography can enhance your imagery and it’s visual language. Basic encaustic techniques will be covered, however, a pre-class connection with Penny ensures that students leave with several finished paintings created from their photographs. Demos include serial imagery, washes, degrading and distressing, transferring, smallscale pouring and more. Students supply photographs and extra supports. Most supplies included and additional materials available for purchase. Min. 5, max. 8. Instructor: Fee: 6685 6686

Penny Treese (www.pennytreese.com) $160 (includes materials) Friday, May 31 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Sunday, August 11 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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Drawing Fundamentals: Plants & Natural Objects

Exciting class-beginners and intermediates learn to draw (or improve skills) through a step-by-step, skillbuilding process. Learn the principles of composition, proportion, shading and perspective. Drawing assignments will guide you through the visual elements of value, line, texture, shape, and space. Students will work in 4 black-and-white mediums: pencil, pen, marker, and charcoal. Lectures, demos, and handouts will enrich your learning experience. Your progress will amaze you! Supply list online. Min. 6, max. 14. Instructor: Fee: 6709

Carol Sutherland $165 members/$175 non-members Thursdays, June 13 - July 18 (no class July 4) 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 5 weeks

artwork by Morgan Frew artwork by Penny Treese

artwork by Carol Sutherland

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This 2-hour session provides the opportunity to draw from live model (gesture/short pose) with no instruction. Model’s fee included in tuition. Min. 7, max. 14.

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Learn the step-by-step method used by artists such as Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Caravaggio, and others. To create their realistic paintings, the artists slowly built their paintings one layer at a time, beginning with a strong drawing and underpainting before any colors were added. Each week, we will cover a different step in the creation of a solid realistic painting from subject matter and initial drawing, to underpainting, glazes (colors), and final touches. Focus will be to create a realistic still life painting in oils. Students can work from still life, photograph, reproduction, or picture from a book. Previous experience preferred; beginners with a working knowledge of oil painting are welcome. Short supply list online; more supplies to be discussed in first class. Min. 6, max. 10. Instructor: Tim Hunter Fee: $160 members / $170 non-members 6704 Mondays, July 1 - August 5 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. 6 weeks

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Draw the Summer Vegetable Garden w/Colored Pencil

The Portrait in Charcoal & Pastel

Nature provides the ideal subject matter for the beginning and intermediate student of colored pencil. Composition, color theory, and technique will be the primary focus with short exercises and longer studies provided. We will begin working from flat twodimensional images, so bring color magazine pictures or color photos of fruits and vegetables to the first class. Independent study projects working from live subject matter, your imagination, or photo reference images. Supply list online. Min. 6, max. 14. Instructor: Fee: 6710

Carol Sutherland $135 members/$145 non-members Thursdays, July 25 - August 15 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

4 weeks

Share in a wonderful opportunity to build upon and expand your basic drawing skills! The instructor will challenge the students with a variety of still-life set-ups focusing on improving rendering skills. Composition and technique will be also be central themes, as well as an emphasis on COLOR. Media will include graphite, charcoal, conte, colored pencil, and chalk pastel. Modest drawing skills from previous studies or classes would be helpful. Supply list online; pencils and an eraser will be needed for the first class. Min. 5, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6711

Come join these fun and exciting 4 week classes focusing on rendering portraits in Charcoal or Pastel exclusively! Sign up for one or both. All work will be done from photo reference supplied by the students of someone they would like to draw. The instructor will not only do several demonstration drawings showing techniques, but will work with each student helping them achieve successful likenesses using the deep, velvety black softness of charcoal and colorful chalk pastels. Supply list online. Min. 5, max. 10. artwork by C. Saidi

Drawing Beyond the Basics

Thomas Key (www.thomaskeyart.com) $170 members / $180 non-members Fridays, June 15 - August 9 (no class July 5) 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. 8 weeks

Portrait Drawing Workshop

Instructor: Fee:          6713                      

Chouaieb Saidi (www.saidiart.com) $105 Wednesdays, July 31 - August 7 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.     

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Instructor: Fee: 6745

Dawn Kinney Martin $130 members / $140 non-members Wednesdays, June 19 – July 17 (no class July 3) 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 4 weeks

Whether you are a beginner or experienced, you’ll enhance your artistic skills, no matter which medium you choose. Learn how to see like an artist, analyze like a scientist and paint/draw like a master, while developing your own style. Understand tools, medium, concept, composition, light, color, texture and expression. Join a relaxed, friendly and creative atmosphere to study the art of figure drawing and painting from live models, with Sorbonne trained and Montmartre artist, Dr. Saidi. Oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, and charcoal are equally encouraged; basic supply list online. Min. 8, max. 14. Instructor:   Fee:          6712                       

Instructor: Fee: 6714

Thomas Key (www.thomaskeyart.com) $100 members / $110 non-members Thursdays, June 13 - July 11 (no class July 4) 7:00 – 9:30 p.m. 4 weeks

artwork by Thomas Key

Emphasizes artistic development in a relaxed and fun studio environment with a variety of music to keep you motivated. Regardless of your level of training or ability, work on your own projects at your own pace using any medium you choose. You are encouraged to pursue individual interests and further develop your unique style. Instructor is available for guidance, motivation and demonstrations of technique. There will be class demos as well as individual assistance. Bring your painting supplies and reference materials to the first class sessions and be prepared to work. This is an ongoing class that offers a lot of flexibility for the students. Please contact the instructor with any questions about materials: dawn@dawnart.com. Min. 6, max. 12.

Drawing & Painting the Figure                  

Charcoals

Join a relaxed and productive atmosphere to learn from a Sorbonne trained and Montmartre renowned, master portrait artist, Dr. Saidi. You’ll learn how to see like an artist, analyze like a scientist and draw like a master while developing your own style. Students will be provided with both conceptual and technical instructions that will allow them an understanding of mediums, composition, color, light, value, edge, texture, expression and likeness. Once you’re able to successfully draw a portrait, you can draw any subject matter with excellence. Supply list online; live model in second class. Min. 8, max. 14.

Painting Studio: All Media

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Pastels

Instructor: Fee: 6715

Thomas Key (www.thomaskeyart.com) $100 members / $110 non-members Thursdays, July 18 - August 8 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.

4 weeks

artwork by Thomas Key

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Chouaieb Saidi (www.saidiart.com) $160 members / $170 non-members Wednesdays, June 5 - July 17 (no class July 3) 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.      6 weeks

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Adult Pottery

Handbuilding

MORNINGS 9:30 a.m. - Noon

Pottery on the Wheel

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Handbuilding

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Wednesdays, June 5 - July 24 6718

Intermediate Handbuilding

Thursdays, June 6 - July 25 6719

Intermediate Pottery

Marie Weaver Glenn Dair Glenn Dair

Sandy Culp Mary Cobb

Tuesdays, June 4 - July 23 6722 6723

Handbuilding Mike Klapthor Intermediate Wheel (Soda Firing) Conner McKissack

Wednesdays, June 5 - July 24 6724 6725

Handbuilding Pottery on the Wheel

Thursdays, June 6 - July 25 6726 6727

Handbuilding Pottery on the Wheel

Bertha Escoto Vernon Smith Angela Bush Jennifer Ashcraft

Students will learn to refine their throwing technique, with emphasis on enhancing the thrown form. At least two quarters of throwing experience, plus a basic knowledge of handbuilding is recommended.

*New students to Callanwolde Pottery must enroll in Handbuilding or Pottery on the Wheel, regardless of prior experience.

The tuition includes a $40 fee, which covers the cost of 25-lb. bag of stoneware clay, glazes, and 2,000 cubic inches of glaze firing. Additional clay and tools may be purchased from the Pottery Department. Firing methods include Raku, cone six oxidation, Salt, Soda, and cone ten reduction. All work fired at Callanwolde must be produced in the Pottery Program studios (no outside work allowed). Students may access the studios on weekends and most afternoons for practice at no additional cost. You may register for pottery classes online, by calling the registration office, or by simply mailing in your pottery registration form. Please see page 15 of this catalog for registration guidelines, refund policies, and class cancellation information as these procedures apply to all Callanwolde classes including pottery. To confirm your enrollment you may call the registration office at (404) 872-5338 after May 20. ALL ADULT POTTERY CLASSES ARE 8 WEEKS MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT PER CLASS IS 12 STUDENTS

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Intermediate Handbuilding Pottery on the Wheel

Those with at least two quarters handbuilding experience will learn more advanced non-wheel techniques. Emphasis placed on form, surface and expression.

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Intermediate Wheel* Glenn Dair

EVENINGS 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Mondays, June 3 - July 22

Introduction to the potter’s wheel, for beginning and intermediate students. Basic throwing skills will be taught, as well as design and decorative techniques for functional pottery forms.

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Tuesdays, June 4 - July 23

Recommended first clay course. All levels will learn the expressive potential of pinch, coil, and slab construction.

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Basic/Intermediate Camera & Darkroom

Students will use/learn film cameras and darkroom procedures for black and white printing. We welcome repeating students and those with darkroom experience to work on individual projects and get exposure to medium-format cameras or new techniques, papers and toning procedures. Registered students have access to darkroom outside of class time. Max. 10. Supplies and Equipment: Bring your camera and manual to the first class. Students are required to supply their own film and paper. Tuition includes chemical fees and daily access to darkroom outside of class, as well as one workstation per student. Instructor: David Damon (focalpoints@comcast.net) Fee: $100 members/$110 non-members 6728 Wednesdays, June 5 - 26 6:45 - 9:15 p.m. 4 weeks 6729 Wednesdays, July 10 - August 7 (no class July 31) 6:45 - 9:15 p.m. 4 weeks

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Textiles Introduction to Pinhole Photography

Introduction to the world of alternative processes of photography. Students will learn how to build their own cameras out of a variety of materials (some suggested, most will be left up to the creativity of the individual). Explore the magic of “filmless” photography, letting go of strict control and learning to experiment with materials, time, and the contemporary perception of what photography is. Supply list online; no prior darkroom experience is necessary. Min. 4, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6731

Danielle Cornely $140 members/$150 non-members Mondays, June 17 - July 29 (no class July 1) 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. 6 weeks

Floor Loom Weaving Open Studio

Open to experienced students who are able to warp a loom. No instructor is present. Students supply all materials. Min. 6, max. 10. Fee: 6735

$75 members/$85 non-members Tuesdays, June 4 - August 6 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.

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Beginning Floor Loom Weaving Workshop

Learn to weave in one weekend! Students will the opportunity to choose the color of fibers, prepare the loom and complete a woven project on a floor loom. Included in the weekend will be discussions about planning projects, equipment used, types of yarns and how to finish projects. Supplies included in tuition. No prior weaving experience is required. Bring a sack lunch each day. Min. 4, max. 10. Instructor: Fee: 6736

Kathi Grupp $135 members / $145 non-members Saturday & Sunday, August 10 & 11 Sat.: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sun.: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

2 days

artwork by Danielle Cornely artwork by David Damon

Basic Digital Photography/Laptop Photoshop

This course is designed to teach the nature of digital photographs, their characteristics and different formats. Using a laptop computer and Adobe software, students will learn how to process a digital image, format and retouch it using a variety of tools. Layer and text styling are also covered along with creating special effects. Min. 6, max. 12. Supplies and Equipment: Students must have a digital camera and a laptop & mouse with either Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements (not Premier Elements for Video) loaded prior to the first class. Students may partner up with a friend but no more than two students per laptop. Instructor: Rick Lubrant Fee: $155 members/$165 non-members 6730 Mondays, June 3 - July 22 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. 8 weeks

Writing Poetry Workshop

Composed of three sessions intensely focused on polishing for publication and performance. Numerous poems written in this workshop have won awards and appeared in literary magazines and the poets’ books from Persea and other presses. For the first meeting, email two almost-finished poems and a short biographical note to mc@tucker.net (mark “Poetry Workshop”) by June 3. Bring 6 copies of each poem to the workshop. Adults only; open to all levels. Max. 6. Instructor: Fee: 6732

Memye Curtis Tucker, Ph.D. $105 members/$115 non-members Saturdays, June 8, 15, & 22 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

3 sessions

Introduction to Micro-Fiction

The blaster (or skipper or snapper) is shorter than the short story, shorter still than the short-short story (usually close to 2 printed pages). The blaster aims for a single powerful effect. Its fundamental quality is life---highly compressed, highly charged, sudden, and alarming. Grace Paley can achieve this effect in a long paragraph. Others fill a page. Not to be mistaken for a fragment or a sketch, the blaster is built on layers and thrives on nuances. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 10. artwork by Student Thanh Nguyen

Instructor:    Fee:           6733                          6734        

June Akers Seese $90 Saturday, August 3 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.              Saturday, August 10 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.             

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Callanwolde Registration Summer Quarter 2013 Registration by Phone (VISA/MC) begins Monday, May 20 th, 2013.

(2) by telephone with VISA/MasterCard call 404.872.5338. (3) online at www.callanwolde.org. (4) by mail; registrations may be mailed in early and will be processed on May 20. To register by mail, complete the form and send check, VISA, or MasterCard information to:

Registration Callanwolde Fine Arts Center 980 Briarcliff Road, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30306 Make checks payable to CALLANWOLDE. No post-dated checks will be accepted. Callanwolde will charge $15.00 for each returned check. Please note: Registrations are not accepted by fax or e-mail.

To withdraw from a class:

• Students must notify the registration office by phone, mail, or in person; e-mails are not acceptable notification for withdrawal.

CANCELLATIONS:

Callanwolde Fine Arts Center reserves the right to cancel any class due to insufficient enrollment. Full refunds are issued for cancelled classes. We make every effort to notify students of postponements and cancellations at least 24 hours before the first scheduled class. Dates and times are subject to change as necessary. Callanwolde may elect to postpone a class in order to accept additional registrations to meet minimum enrollment requirements. ABSENTEE POLICY:

Callanwolde is not responsible for classes missed due to student absence. Please discuss unavoidable absences with the instructor. CONFIRMATION:

Due to postage costs, students DO NOT receive confirmation of registration. Unless you are otherwise notified by telephone, classes will start on the days, dates and times listed in this course catalog. MAILING LIST:

Students are automatically placed on the mailing list. If you wish to receive e-mails about events at Callanwolde, include your e-mail address on the form.

• Students must notify the registration office at least two business days before the first class meeting in order to receive a refund less a $20.00 withdrawal fee per class. • NO REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS WILL BE MADE AFTER THAT TIME. Contracts are already signed with the instructors, who are paid according to the number of students registered. • Refunds take 1–2 weeks to process. MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION:

Friends of Callanwolde Membership Benefits: • Special member’s price for classes • Course catalog and other mailings • Invitations and discounts on Arts Events To become a Callanwolde member and receive an immediate discount on your class, fill out the membership form below. When you enclose payment for your membership, you may pay the lower member’s price for your class. Enclose both your membership information and class payment in order to receive the discount. New memberships are valid for one year and apply only to classes for which you are currently registering and to those for which you will register within the upcoming year. Memberships are not retroactive.

Inclement Weather Policy

Monday-Friday: Callanwolde will be closed and classes will be cancelled if DeKalb County Schools are closed due to inclement weather. Watch your local TV stations for information on school closings. Saturday: Our phone message will announce any cancellations. Call 404.872.5338 for information.

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REGISTRATION PROCEDURE: Registrations are accepted in the Callanwolde Administrative Offices between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Students may register:

STUDENT AGE REQUIREMENTS: All classes are for students 18 years and older unless the listing describes them as for children or teens. See course descriptions for details.

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Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that no student’s space will be held without full payment of all class fees. Registrations mailed in early will not be processed until the first day of registration. Registrations are accepted up to the first day of each class if space is available; however, please register 1 week before class begins. Credit card payments are automatically deposited and cannot be used to hold a space until cash or check payments are delivered.


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Callanwolde Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 10AM-8PM Saturdays 10AM-3PM ClosedSundays Always Free Admission

Create something new and exciting. Work side-by-side with world-class visual and performing artists. Study both traditional and cutting-edge art forms. Engage in the life of your community through creation and performance. Explore your art form’s boundaries.

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“NATURE: Four Ways” Photographs by Ron Nuse

June 7 – August 30, 2013

Image: “Painted Birds and Shadows” Photograph, 2012

OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, June 7, 2013 from 7- 9 pm NATURE: Four Ways draws from four past and present photographic series by Ron Nuse. “Falling Shadows” explores the hidden mystery of nature. At first glance, the images seem to be traditional landscapes but at second glance, they hint at another dimension of nature not usually seen. “Street Art” explores how art that is displayed in public places interacts with its environment, including urban nature. “Bamboo Pentaptych” shows bamboo images in five related panels. Lastly, “Four Directions” shows nature using the visual language of surrealism.

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