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WINTER/SPRING 2017

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INDIVIDUAL MUSIC LESSONS

26-29

Music Instructor Bios

27

Program Information/Pricing

28

Calendar/Policies

28

Individual Music Registration Form

29

ADULT/TEEN AND YOUTH CLASSES

ADULTS/TEENS (16 & up)

4-17

Ceramics

4-5

Painting and Drawing

5-9

Guest & Exhibiting Artist Workshops

10

Printmaking

10

Encaustic

10-11

Calligraphy

12

Jewelry

12-13

Fiber

13-14

Literary

14

Photography

15

Digital Arts/Graphic Design

15

Video

15

Adult Group Music

16

Mindfulness & Stress Reduction

16

Adult Theater

16

Adult Dance

17

YOUTH CLASSES

Parent/Child Clay Workshops

5

Kids Clay

5

Birthday Parties

17

Triangle Youth Ballet

18

Youth Visual Arts

19

Intersession/Teacher Workday/Summer Camp 19-25

Class Registration Form

30

Instructor Biographies

31-33

DAC Artist Services Exhibition Schedule

34

DAC Artist Services & Grants Programs

35

You can now support Durham Arts Council

when purchasing your groceries and using

your

Kroger Plus Card

!

It’s free

, and Durham Arts Council, non-profit #81278,

receives a donation from Kroger based on a percentage

of all your purchases, with the exception of alcohol,

stamps and lottery.

Sign up now at

kroger.com/communityrewards

Durham Arts Council’s Arts Camps

Each year Durham Arts Council offers a series of themed camps for children in both

traditional and year-round schools. This includes 1 week mini and intersession

camps with flexible daily or weekly registration, 1 and 2 week cultural camps and

teacher workday camps.

Here is one parent’s experience…

Hi Lauren,

Just wanted to share with you and your team at the DAC

intercession camp how Eliza spent her afternoon today. I

know that there were some puppet activities done today

at camp, and when we got home, she announced that she

was going to "make more puppets!" . . . Before I knew

it, she had produced adorable puppets representative

of her favourite cartoon characters with no assistance

whatsoever. She asked for help making a "show box" (I obliged), and when her Dad

got home, the three of us spent time taking turns putting on puppet shows with the

puppets she had crafted. It was such a joy to see her come home and use the skills

she had learned at camp.

So thank you for the work that you and the teachers put in, for your patience in

assisting the kids, and for inspiring independence and creativity in my daughter.

— Kat Barbosa (Intersession Camp Parent)

For more information about our camps go to pages 19-25 in the catalog.

Receive a 5% Earlybird Discount if you register before Dec. 9, 2016.

Please enter

EARLYBIRD 2017

at check out.

*Discount cannot be combined with any other discount, including scholarships. Not valid on

Individual Music Lessons.

Arlene Hyman Visual Arts Scholarship Fund

Although always a lover of the arts, Arlene Hyman discovered her zeal for painting

after retiring from a senior leadership position with a New Jersey school district.

Arlene studied widely and achieved signature status as an artist in New Jersey and

in North Carolina. She was a member of the Pastel Societies of New Jersey and North

Carolina. Her work had been juried into numerous exhibitions. After relocating to

Chapel Hill in 2011, Arlene continued her studies at the Durham Arts Council and

elsewhere in the region.

The Arlene Hyman Visual Arts Scholarship Fund, established in 2014 following her

passing, is intended to help others - whether children or adults - discover or advance

their love of the visual arts.

For more information on this and other scholarship opportunities call 919-560-2726

.