Monday, April 18, 2011

Spring Session at the Cook Arts Center

Spring is here (well, sort of) and our spring session for after school classes has started up strong. Some of our extremely popular classes from winter session have continued on into the spring and students and families have continued to learn and create together. Classes like Mexican Folkloric Dance and Sewing for Children have been joined by some brand new classes like Hip-Hop, Paper Making and Painting (for both adults and children).

Last week, the paper making class got right to work in their first session and created more than 20 sheets of paper! Not bad for their first try. They're looking forward to getting creative and learning to make different types of paper consisting of all the patterns, shapes and sizes they can come up with.

All of our classes are also looking forward to our spring recital. This year, all students will have the opportunity to show off the work they've done throughout the session. Families and friends are invited to come and hear the music students perform, watch the dance routines and view the art on the walls. (More information will be available soon.) Until then, students are working hard on projects and performances and learning how to create their very best work.

Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities administers the programs of the Cook Arts Center.

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