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2015 Spring Courses and Summer Camps.
2015 SPRING
COURSES
Mar. 30 – May 24
2015 SUMMER
CAMPS
Jun. 8 – Aug. 2
Register now!
740/369-2787 or
www.artscastle.org
Arts Castle Policies:
Registration Registration for classes
is on a first-come is on a first-come,
first-served basis. Phone and fax
registrations can be made with
MasterCard or VISA (either debit or
credit cards). You may also register
in person during office hours (M-F, 9
am - 5 pm) or by mailing the registration form--on the last page of this
brochure--with your check or credit
card to: The Arts Castle, 190 W.
Winter St., Delaware, Ohio 43015.
Class Cancellations Early registra-
tion helps insure that classes will
run. Registration continues until
classes are filled or the registration
deadline passes. We may accept registrations after the published deadline for classes that have met our
minimum registration requirements.
The Arts Castle reserves the right to
cancel classes if the need arises; you
will be notified if your class must be
cancelled.
Inclement Weather Class cancellations due to inclement weather will
be announced on radio stations 610
WTVN (AM) and Sunny 95 WSNY
(AM/FM) and on TV channels 4, 6
and 10. An announcement will also
be recorded on the Castle’s answering service, which can be accessed
by calling 740/369-2787. Please
note: Schools may be closed, but
we may be open (or vice versa).
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Check to be sure.
Student Work Except by special
request, student artwork will not be
retained past the end of the quarter.
Ceramic artwork must be removed
by the posted deadline.
Scholarships Scholarships are avail-
able for students who qualify, based
on financial need. Applications are
available at The Arts Castle or online.
The deadline for Spring 2015 quarter is Friday, March 20 by 5 p.m.
Participant Waiver By register-
ing for a class, workshop, camp or
event, you hereby grant and give this
organization and its partner organizations the right to use your photograph or your child’s photograph or
image with or without your name or
your child’s name, both singly and
in conjunction with other persons
of objects, for any and all purposes
including, but not limited to, private
or public presentations, advertising,
publicity, and promotion.
Also, you hereby, for yourself,
your heirs, executors, and administrators, waive and release any and
all rights and claims for damages you
or your child may have against this
organization and its partner organizations, representatives, successors,
and assigns for any and all injuries
suffered by yourself or your child
during any activity sponsored by
these groups.
Refund Policy For cancellations
up to the close of business on the
registration deadline, a $10 processing fee is retained. A refund of 50%
of the course fee will be given if a
student withdraws before 2 business days prior to the first day of the
course. Due to contractual obligations, The Arts Castle will be unable
to refund class fees after this time.
Fees may not be carried over to the
next sesson. Class credit will not be
given.
Unattended Children Policy
The Arts Castle is an institution
where all patrons can engage in
artistic activities safely. However, due
to limitations of space and resources, our staff and instructors are not
available to provide adequate security and safety for children outside
of the registered class timeframe.
Therefore, it is imperative that
parents/guardians drop off and pick
up children for classes in a timely
manner. Children should be picked
up from class within 10 minutes of
the scheduled class completion time.
In addition, children who visit the
center for activities such as exhibit
viewing and special events should always be accompanied by a caregiver
or parent.
Classes followed by ** are not
available online for initial registration. Please call The Arts Castle,
740/369-2787 or stop in to register.
These classes are also exempt from
the 10% membership discount. For
information about membership,
please call our office or see our
home page on artscastle.org.
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Table of Contents
Ceramics
Pee Wee Potters........................................................5
Clayworks I................................................................5
Clayworks II...............................................................5
Handbuilt Forest Spirit Houses.................................5
Beginning Pottery.....................................................6
Intermediate Pottery................................................6
Open Studio**..........................................................6
Dance
Tot Dance A, B...........................................................7
Tot Dance II...............................................................7
Pre-Ballet A, B, C.......................................................7
Explore Ballet............................................................8
Private Dance Instruction**.....................................8
Private Ballroom Dance Lessons**...........................9
Drama
Brer Rabbit and Other Uncle Remus Tales A, B........9
Fiber Arts
Weaving on a Floor Loom.........................................9
Glass Arts
Beginning Stained Glass............................................10
Glass Mosaic.............................................................10
Stained Glass Kaleidoscope......................................10
Stained Glass Suncatcher (Deaf Friendly).................11
Homeschooling
Homeschool Art........................................................11
Hands-On Art History: Modern through Present.....11
Homeschool Hand-Built Ceramics: Beyond the
Pinch Pot...............................................................11
Jewelry
Jewelry/Metalworking..............................................12
Music
Whirligig Music & Movement for Children..............12
Private Music Lessons**...........................................12
Photography
SmartPhoneography: Fine Art Photography with
Cell Phone Cameras for Teens & Adults...............13
Preschool
Start with the Arts! Preschool Extension A, B..........14
Small Groups & Scout Troops
Brownie Scout Painting Badge**..............................14
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Cub Scout Art Belt Loop/Art Academics Pin**.........15
Junior Scout Drawing Badge**.................................15
Junior Scout Jewelers Badge**................................15
Historically Speaking: Native Americans Patch
for Girl Scouts**....................................................15
Kids’ Birthday Party**...............................................16
Tea in the Castle**....................................................16
Visual Arts
Drawing for Children.................................................16
School’s Out – Art All Day!........................................17
Continuing Drawing for Children: Portraiture..........17
Painting for Children.................................................17
Caregiver/Child Acrylic Painting:Spring Blooms.......17
Kirigami Animatroics.................................................17
Hanagami: Art of Origami Paper Flowers.................18
Decorative Arts: Hand-Dyed Silk Scarves.................18
Faux Finished Letters................................................18
Calligraphy: Celtic Knots & Lettering........................18
Portraiture with Pastels............................................19
Watercolor................................................................19
Private Art Instruction**..........................................19
Wine Tasting
Five Blends You Didn’t Know You Liked....................20
Yoga
Yoga for Real Bodies A, B..........................................20
Yoga for Relaxation....................................................21
Yoga Abbreviated......................................................21
Summer Camps
Clay Camp for Young Children with Parents.............21
Clay Camps A, B........................................................21
Clay Camp:Large Handbuilt Projects........................22
Clay Camp: Altered Wheel-Thrown Forms...............22
Level Up! Wearable Custom Ceramic Gear..............22
Squiggle ‘n’ Wiggle: Fairytales at The Castle............23
Theater: Alice in Wonderland...................................23
Theater: Midsummer Night’s Dream.......................24
Creative Kids: Dinosaurs...........................................24
Old Masters by Young Artists....................................24
Handwriting Made Easy............................................24
Fun With Handwriting..............................................25
Creative Plots with Creative Puppets.......................25
Visions: Art Camp at The Castle A, B, C....................25
Cartooning Camp: Pictures, Text & Letters A, B.......26
Lego® Camp: Minecraft®..........................................26
Classes are arranged by type, then age. Below is the age key.
q Children’s Classes (2 - 18) uTeen & Adult Classes (13 and up) m All Ages (5 and up)
CERAMICS
q Pee Wee Potters
Children explore their creativity through clay!
Working with clay can help develop sensory
awareness and fine motor skills, while offering
art experiences that stimulate cognition and
creativity. In this class, students and caregivers
will work together and learn basic terminology.
Caregiver participation required; siblings are
welcome. Please make arrangements to pick up
work before June 5. Work remaining in the studio
after June 5 may be discarded. Dress for mess!
Course No.: C0001-Q215
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Day/Dates: SA, Apr 11 — May 16
Reg. Deadline: Apr 7
Ages: 3 to 6
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
# of sessions: 6
Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Day/Dates: SA, Apr 11 – May 16
Reg. Deadline: Apr 7
Ages: 7 to 10
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
q Clayworks II
During this class, beginning and advanced students will explore hand built and wheel- thrown
forms through a series of four projects. Students
will explore the sculptural side of hand building in
addition to receiving focused instruction on basic
wheel-thrown cylinders and bowls. Students
will also continue to participate constructively in
“peer critiques,” both written and verbal. Please
make arrangements to pick up work before June
5. Work remaining in the studio after June 5 may
be discarded. Dress for mess!
Course No.: C0009-Q215
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 6
Time: 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 16 – May 21
Reg. Deadline: Apr 9
Ages: 11 to 15
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
m Handbuilt Forest Spirit Houses
q Clayworks I
During this class, beginning and advanced students will explore hand built and wheel- thrown
forms through a series of four projects. Students
will explore the sculptural side of hand building in
addition to receiving focused instruction on basic
wheel-thrown cylinders and bowls. Students will
also participate constructively in “peer critiques,”
both written and verbal. Please make arrangements to pick up work before June 5. Work
remaining in the studio after June 5 may be
discarded. Dress for mess!
Course No.: C0007-Q215
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
Create a handbuilt ceramic
house for a
spirit (creature)
of the forest!
While we build
this cozy house
for bird or bat
families, we will
discuss how to
be a guardian of these
spirits of the
forest through a hand-on approach to backyard
wildlife conservation. We ask that a parent/
caregiver accompany students ages 9 to 12; the
adult will not be charged for the class. Please
make arrangements to pick up work before June
5. Work remaining in the studio after June 5 may
be discarded.
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Course No.: C0042-Q215
Instructor: Gabriel McIntosh
# of sessions: 3
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Day/Dates: F-SU, May 22 — May 24
Reg. Deadline: May 19
Ages: 9+
Member: $57 • Non-Member: $63
u Intermediate Pottery
Refine your pottery techniques through detailed
demonstrations of various ceramic forms. Practice under the personal guidance of the instructor.
Fee includes 25 lbs. of clay, glazes, and firing.
Prerequisite: Beginning Ceramics or permission of
instructor. Bring basic clay tools, or include $15
materials fee for clay tools at registration. Please
make arrangements to pick up work before June
5. Work remaining in the studio after June 5 may
be discarded. Dress for mess!
Course No.: C0011-Q115
Instructor: Peg Babson
# of sessions: 7
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Day/Dates: M, Mar 30 – May 11
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 18+
Member: $122 • Non-Member: $135
u Ceramics Open Studio**
u Beginning Pottery
An introduction to throwing on the potter’s wheel,
plus hand building techniques and glazing basics.
Pieces will be glazed and fired in the final weeks.
Clay, glaze, and firing costs are included in the
class fee. Bring basic clay tools, or include $15
materials fee for clay tools at registration. Please
make arrangements to pick up work before June
5. Work remaining in the studio after June 5 may
be discarded. Dress for mess!
Course No.: C0010-Q215
Instructor: Rhainy Edwards
# of sessions: 7
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 9 – May 21
Reg. Deadline: Apr 6
Ages: 16+
Member: $122 • Non-Member: $135
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The Arts Castle is pleased to offer open studio
passes in its Ceramics Studio to experienced
potters 18 years of age or older. Permission of
Ceramics Coordinator required; students must go
through our ceramics studio orientation before
taking this class. Passes must be purchased in
advance, but may be purchased for either 1 session or 8 sessions. A one-session costs $23; an
eight-session pass costs $90. Clay is not included,
but may be purchased separately. Glazes and
firing are included, but only pieces created
completely onsite and meeting quality standards
will be fired. Restrictions apply, so please contact
The Arts Castle for more information at 740.369.
ARTS (2787). Open studio sessions will be held
Sundays 1:00-3:30pm and Wednesdays, 6:309:00pm. Open studio sessions will be ongoing
except for the following dates: 4/5, 5/24, 5/27,
7/1, 7/5, 9/6, 10/28, 11/1, 11/4, 11/8, 11/11,
11/18, 11/25, 11/29, 12/23, 12/27, 12/30.
Course No.: C0013-Q215
Instructor: Arts Castle Staff
# of sessions: 1
Time: SU, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm;
W, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Ages: 18+
Fee: $90/8 sessions & $23/1 session
DANCE
q Tot Dance
The emphasis for this age group is on gross
motor skills and guided play while exploring
basic movement elements from tap, ballet, and
tumbling. Students develop social and emotional
skills such as healthy separation from caregivers,
taking turns, and following directions. A parent
or caregiver must stay in the building during class.
Suggested Dress: Leotard and tights or clothes
that allow easy movement. Ballet shoes or bare
feet.
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A. Course No.: A0010-Q215
Instructor: Karen McCulloch
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:35 am - 10:05 am
Day/Dates: F, Apr 3 — May 8
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 2.5 to 3
Member:
$44 • Non-Member: $49
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B. Course No.: A0011-Q115
Instructor: Meghan Patijarevich
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:30 am - 10:00 am
Day/Dates: SA, Apr 4 — May 9
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 2.5 to 3
Member: $44 • Non-Member: $49
q Tot Dance II
This class is for students who wish to continue
their dance experience after at least two sessions
of Tot Dance and who show mastery of social and
emotional skills
such as separation
from caregivers, taking turns,
and following
directions. The
emphasis will
continue to be on
gross motor skills
and guided play.
Students will build
on the movement
elements from tap,
ballet, and tum-
bling explored in Tot Dance. A parent or caregiver
must stay in the building during class. Suggested
Dress: Leotard and tights or clothes that allow
easy movement. Ballet shoes or bare feet.
Course No.: A0015-Q215
Instructor: Karen McCulloch
# of sessions: 6
Time: 10:10 am - 10:40 am
Day/Dates: F, Apr 3 — May 8
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 3
Member: $44 • Non-Member: $49
q Pre-Ballet
Dancers are
introduced to
ballet techniques,
positions, and terminology that are
age-appropriate.
Focus centers
on gross motor
skills, muscle
development, and
spatial awareness.
Suggested Dress:
Leotard and tights for girls, clothes that allow
easy
movement for boys. Ballet shoes.
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A. Course No.: A0017-Q215
Instructor: Anna Hughes
# of sessions: 6
Time: 5:15 pm - 5:45 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 2 — May 7
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 4 to 5
Member:
$44 • Non-Member: $49
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B. Course No.: A0018-Q215
Instructor: Karen McCulloch
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:00 am - 9:30 am
Day/Dates: F, Apr 3 – May 8
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 4 to 5
Member:
$44 • Non-Member: $49
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C. Course No.: A0019-Q215
Instructor: Meghan Patijarevich
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# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:00 am - 9:30 am
Day/Dates: SA, Apr 4 — May 9
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 4 to 5
Member: $44 • Non-Member: $49
BALLET, JAZZ, HIP HOP
Course No.: A0201-Q215
Instructor: Ivana Webb
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5+
Fee:
$80/4 30-minute lessons
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BALLET, TAP, JAZZ
Course No.: A0202-Q215
Instructor: Meghan Patijarevich
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5+
Fee:
$80/4 30-minute lessons
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q Explore Ballet
This is an introductory, short session class designed for students who would like to try ballet
without committing for a full year. Students will
study ballet techniques, positions, and terminology. This class has no recital component. It is
recommended that girls wear tights and leotard
while boys wear black stretch pants and white
T-shirt. Wear ballet shoes.
Course No.: A0050-Q215
Instructor: Anna Hughes
# of sessions: 6
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:15 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 2 — May 7
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 6 to 9
Member: $53 • Non-Member: $59
m Private Dance Instruction**
Lessons are taught by the Arts Castle Dance Academy staff on Sunday afternoons only September
through May; weekday evenings available June
through August. Lessons are 30 minutes long,
but may be taken consecutively. Contact The Arts
Castle
at 740/369.2787 for more information.
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BALLET, TAP
Course No.: A0203-Q215
Instructor: Patti Dompierre
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5+
Fee:
$80/4 30-minute lessons
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BALLET, TAP
Course No.: A0205-Q215
Instructor: Naomi Reineke
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5+
Fee:
$80/4 30-minute lessons
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BALLET
Course No.: A0206-Q215
Instructor: Anna Hughes
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5+
Fee:
$80/4 30-minute lessons
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recovers his joy in prankin’! No class 5/29. The
last class will be the final performance, which will
be at the Columbus Arts Festival on the afternoon
of Sunday, June 14th (time TBA).
m Private Ballroom Dance Lessons**
With over ten years of experience teaching
ballroom dance at The Arts Castle and many
other venues around central Ohio, Don specializes in helping individuals and couples find joy in
dance! Guidance in all major types of ballroom
dance available. Lessons are one hour in length
and are available Saturday evenings and Sunday
afternoons. Contact The Arts Castle at 740/3692787 for more information.
Course No.: B0001-Q215
Instructor: Don Ewell
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 13+
Fee: $84/individual & $160/couple for 4
1-hr lessons
A. Course No.: M0032-Q215
Instructor: Candace Mazur-Darman
# of sessions: 9
Time: 5:45 pm - 7:00 pm
Day/Dates: F, Apr 17 – Jun 14 (No class 5/29)
Reg. Deadline: Apr 14
Ages: 5 to 7
Member: $112 • Non-Member: $125
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B. Course No.: M0033-Q215
Instructor: Candace Mazur-Darman
# of sessions: 9
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Day/Dates: F, Apr 17 – Jun 14 (No class 5/29)
Reg. Deadline: Apr 14
Ages: 8 to 15
Member: $112 • Non-Member: $125
FIBER ARTS
DRAMA
q Brer Rabbit and Other Uncle
Remus Tales
Brer Rabbit, plum
tuckered out
from caperin’ and
prankin’ with Brer
Fox and Brer Bear,
has lost his zest
for such escapades. His friends
diagnose his
trouble as a bad
case of de Mopes,
and persuade him
to consult Aunt
Mammy Bammy for a cure. To gather the ingredients for Aunt Mammy Bammy’s curin’ potion,
Brer Rabbit has to resort to his old tricks, and thus
u Weaving on a Floor Loom
Students will learn to weave on the Castle’s floor
looms. You will learn to wind a warp, dress a
loom, and weave basic patterns into a sampler,
which can be transformed into coasters, doll rugs,
or left as-is. Space is extremely limited so register
early! Bring a tape measure and a pair of scissors
to class. All other materials are included in the
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class fee. Repeat students are welcome.
Course No.: F0022-Q215
Instructor: Mary Nice
# of sessions: 4
Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm
Day/Dates: M, Mar 30 – Apr 20
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 15+
Member: $85 • Non-Member: $94
GLASS ARTS
u Beginning Stained Glass
Have you ever stood in awe of the stained glass
panels in churches? Learn how to make stained
glass and cut glass into pattern pieces to produce
your own stained glass composition using the
copper foil technique. More advanced students
may continue their exploration of the media.
Students may purchase glass from the Castle for
$10 at registration, or may buy glass from area
retailers. Instructions on how to purchase glass
will be covered during the first class. All other
materials included in the class fee.
Create a stained glass wall hanging without the
stress of the traditional stained glass process.
We’ll use scraps of beautiful art glass to create
a free form design on a small window or sturdy
picture frame with glass. Our process consists of
arranging and gluing varied colorful pieces onto
the glass pane. These finished pieces will be durable enough to hang on your porch, in a window or
in a garden. Students are strongly encouraged to
bring their own frame. Recommended size is not
smaller than 8” x 10” and not larger than 16” x
20”. Old picture frames with glass work fine. For
students who have no frame, a limited number of
frames are available for purchase at class; please
indicate your intention to do so at registration.
Windows should be picked up the following week.
A. Course No.: G0005-Q215
Instructor: Paula Blosser
# of sessions: 1
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: SU, Apr 19
Reg. Deadline: Apr 14
Ages: 15+
Member: $33 • Non-Member: $37
Course No.: G0001-Q215
Instructor: Crystal Alford
# of sessions: 6
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Day/Dates: F, Apr 3 – May 8
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 15+
Member: $110 • Non-Member: $122
u Glass Mosaic
u Stained Glass Kaleidoscope
Celebrate the season’s colors by building a
simple stained glass kaleidoscope! All materials
included. All levels welcome, but especially beginners. Please bring a bag lunch and drink.
Course No.: G0031-Q215
Instructor: Crystal Alford
# of sessions: 1
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, May 9
Reg. Deadline: May 5
Ages: 18+
Member: $57 • Non-Member: $63
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u Stained Glass Suncatcher (Deaf
Friendly)
Celebrate the sunshine by building a simple
stained glass suncatcher! This workshop is designed for the deaf, but hearing students are also
welcome. Please note that the primary communication method will be written English; sign language interpreter services cannot be guaranteed.
All materials included. All levels welcome. Please
bring a bag lunch and drink.
Course No.: G0034-Q215
Instructor: Crystal Alford
# of sessions: 1
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, Apr 4
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 18+
Member: $74 • Non-Member: $83
HOMESCHOOLING
q Homeschool Art
In this course especially designed for homeschooled students, we will explore and create
original projects centered around a different
media in each 7-week course. The fall course was
centered on 2-D arts. The winter course was focused on 3-D arts such as sculpture, ceramics, and
structures. In the spring, we will work with mixed
media, such as prints and collage. Each course
will contain art history and vocabulary. Each
course may be taken independently; no previous
experience is required. Dress for mess.
Course No.: H0001-Q215
Instructor: Terry Claymier
# of sessions: 7
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 2 – May 14
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 6 to 10
Member: $105 • Non-Member: $117
m Hands-On Art History: Modern to the
Present
Enjoy learning art history through
this hands-on,
project-based
approach! We
will explore a
different major
age of art history through
original projects
in each 7-week course. The fall course centered
on ancient times through the Middle Ages.
The winter course focused on the Renaissance
through Impressionism. In the spring, we will
consider modern work up through the present
day. Students will receive individual guidance
in completing a new project each week. Each
course may be taken independently; no previous
experience is required. Whether you are a caregiver interested in exploring art history with your
youngster, an adult looking for an artistic outlet,
or a homeschooling teen interested in extending
involvement with the Homeschool Art program at
the Castle, this multi-age class is for you! Dress
for mess. All materials included.
Course No.: H0005-Q115
Instructor: Terry Claymier
# of sessions: 7
Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: TU, Apr 7 – May 19
Reg. Deadline: Apr 2
Ages: 11+
Member: $86 • Non-Member: $96
q Homeschool Handbuilt Ceramics:
Beyond the Pinch Pot
Explore how the handbuilding techniques of pinch
pot, coil, and slab can work alone and in combination with each other to create complex forms.
Experiment with surface decoration, and how
addition and subtraction techniques can enhance
the clay form. We will make different projects
each quarter. All materials included. Please make
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arrangements to pick up work before June 5.
Work remaining in the studio after June 5 may be
discarded. Dress for mess.
Course No.: HC001-Q215
Instructor: Terry Claymier
# of sessions: 7
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Day/Dates: TU, Apr 7 – May 19
Reg. Deadline: Apr 2
Ages: 11 to 15
Member: $88 • Non-Member: $98
JEWELRY
u Jewelry/Metalworking
Basic metalworking and jewelry techniques will
be covered using a hands-on, individual project
approach. Techniques covered include design,
sawing, basic forming, surface embellishment,
and finishing. Students will complete a project
using their choice of copper or brass. Class fee
includes all supplies. Students under 18 years of
age must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver
of liability before the start of the first class. No
class 4/21.
A. Course No.: J0004-Q215
Instructor: Colleen Baum
# of sessions: 5
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Day/Dates: TU, Apr 7 – May 12(No class 4/21)
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 15+
Member: $94 • Non-Member: $104
MUSIC
q Whirligig: Music and Movement
Socio-emotional skills such as interacting with
peers, as well as language and motor development, are naturally enhanced through play and
lively music, so bring your little one to this fun,
high-energy class! We will sing with the guitar,
do silly dances, chase bubbles, and play musical
instruments. Caregiver participation required,but
caregivers will not be charged; wear clothes that
allow
easy movement.
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For Toddlers:
Course No.: M0028-Q215
Instructor: Marlene Hartzler
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:30 am - 10:15 am
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 9 – May 14
Reg. Deadline: Apr 6
Ages: 1 to 2
Member: $57 • Non-Member: $63
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For Preschoolers:
Course No.: M0029-Q215
Instructor: Marlene Hartzler
# of sessions: 6
Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 9 – May 14
Reg. Deadline: Apr 6
Ages: 3 to 4
Member: $57 • Non-Member: $63
m Private Music Lessons**
To begin your private music lessons at The Arts
Castle, please call our office at 740/369-2787 and
give your contact information so that we may
have an instructor call you to set up days and
times that are mutually convenient. There is a
recital during the Holiday season and also in the
Spring
for those who wish to participate.
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Rebecca Brickner studied flute with Diane Stalions
and Heidi Ruby, a Columbus Symphony Orchestra
member, and has played in Master Classes at The
University of Michigan, and in Toledo, Ohio. She
studied at Case Western Reserve University for
her education degree, then taught in the public
schools for 7 years. After moving to Columbus,
she entered The Ohio State University School of
Music and the Trinity Lutheran Seminary where
she obtained a Master’s of the Arts in Church Music. She is currently a choir director for St. Mark’s
Lutheran Church. She uses information from the
Alexander Technique to help students achieve
ease in singing.
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FLUTE
Course No.: M0015-Q215
Instructor: Rebecca Brickner
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6+
Fee:
$84/4 lessons
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PIANO
Course No.: M0010-Q215
Instructor: Rebecca Brickner
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6+
Fee:
$84/4 lessons
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VOICE
Course No.: M0018-Q215
Instructor: Rebecca Brickner
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6+
Fee:
$84/4 lessons
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Damien Pyles has been playing guitar for 14
years and has played professionally with a band
that has performed in Columbus area venues and
beyond. He has experience writing and recording
music. Damien’s approach to teaching is studentcentric and experiential. Learning incorporates
and builds on music of the student’s choice, and
focuses on the steps to take to perform that music
successfully.
Ages: 6+
Fee:
$76/4 lessons
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Ben Unterbrink has been playing piano since
he was 5 years old. He
majored in music at
OSU, earning a degree in
Composition while taking
piano lessons concurrently from Professor
Emeritus George Haddad
and Professor Steven Glaser. Rather than focus on
one area of piano music,
he augmented his repertoire through extensive
study of the Baroque through Modern periods.
In addition, Ben has accompanied orchestra
and band instruments, a youth choir, and even
performed the first movement of Shostakovich’s
Second Piano Concerto with his high school’s
chamber orchestra. Ben is qualified to teach all
levels of piano.
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PIANO
Course No.: M0008-Q215
Instructor: Ben Unterbrink
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6+
Fee: $76/4 lessons
PHOTOGRAPHY
u Smartphone-ography: Fine Art
Photography with Cell Phone Cameras
Smartphone cameras have continually improved
in quality, usability, and creativity, and since you
have it with you all the time, opportunities for
photography are limitless. Professional photographer Kris Hyland Kolb will guide you in getting the
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GUITAR
Course No.: M0007-Q215
Instructor: Damien Pyles
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
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most out of your smartphone camera. Instruction will include composition for more dynamic
images, technology for editing on the iPhone,
apps you’ll want to try for enhancing your photos,
and organizing and storing your images. NOTE:
I-Phone technology will be the focus of this class,
though the concepts presented apply to all smart
phone cameras. Bring the smartphone with you
to class. Open to all experience levels.
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FOR TEENS:
Course No.: P0025-Q215
Instructor: Kris Hyland Kolb
# of sessions: 4
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Day/Dates: TU, Apr 14 – May 5
Reg. Deadline: Apr 9
Ages: 13 to 17
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
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FOR ADULTS:
Course No.: P0025-Q215
Instructor: Kris Hyland Kolb
# of sessions: 4
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Day/Dates: M, Apr 13 – May 4
Reg. Deadline: Apr 9
Ages: 18+
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
PRESCHOOL
q Start with the Arts!
Arts Extension for Preschoolers
The Arts Castle is pleased to offer Delaware families the opportunity to extend their preschool-
aged child exposure to the fine and performing
arts. This pilot program emphasizes creative
problem solving and guided experimentation with
the Arts Castle’s specialized resources such as
rotating arts exhibits and art-optimized facility
and tools. Each class will consist of a thematically
linked fine arts portion and a performing arts portion, which will rotate through music, theater, and
dance; the performing arts focus this spring will
be on dance. Students must be potty trained and
currently enrolled in preschool; students enrolled
in one of our partner preschools are eligible for
the
Partner Preschool price.
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A. Course No.: H0020-Q215
Instructor: Arts Castle Staff
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Day/Dates: W, Apr 1 – May 6
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 3.5 to 5
Member: Partner Preschooler $54
Non-Partner Preschooler $108 •
Non-Member: Partner Preschooler $60
Non-Partner Preschooler $120
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B. Course No.: H0021-Q215
Instructor: Arts Castle Staff
# of sessions: 6
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Day/Dates: W, Apr 1 – May 6
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 3.5 to 5
Member: Partner Preschooler $54
Non-Partner Preschooler $108 •
Non-Member: Partner Preschooler $60
Non-Partner Preschooler $120
SMALL GROUPS & SCOUT
TROOPS
q Brownie Scout Painting Badge**
Bring your troop or small group and join us for
two hours of creativity and fun that is geared
towards earning the NEW Brownie Girl Scout
Legacy Painting Badge. Each student will leave
with at least 3 pantings, a troop mural, and all
requirements of the badge accomplished. Due
to space requirements, maximum of 15 students
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can be accommodated.
Dress for mess.
Minimum of 2
troop leaders/
adult assistants’
help required.
Contact The
Arts Castle for
reservations.
Course No.: I0192-Q215
Instructor: Cindy Smith
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6 to 9
Fee: $120 for up to 10 students; $12 each
add’l student; maximum 15 students
q Cub Scout Art Belt Loop/Art
Academics Pin**
Scout leaders and daycare providers! Join us for
a day of creativity and fun that is geared towards
earning the Art Belt Loop, as well as requirements
for the Art Academics pin, including a tour of the
current Arts Castle exhibit. Students will leave
with artwork appropriate for display at a pack art
show! Dress for mess. Minimum of 1 den leader/
adult assistant’s help required. Contact The Arts
Castle for reservations.
Course No.: I0190-Q215
Instructor: Paula Blosser
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6 to 12
Fee: $120 for up to 10 students; $12 each
add’l student
q Junior Scout Drawing Badge**
Bring your troop or small group and join us
for a day of creativity and fun that is geared
towards earning the NEW Junior Girl Scout Drawing Badge. Each student will leave the with a
student-made portfolio with at least 6 drawings,
and all requirements of the badge accomplished.
Dress for mess. Minimum of 1 troop leader/adult
assistant’s help required. Contact The Arts Castle
for reservations.
Course No.: I0191-Q215
Instructor: Paula Blosser
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 9 to 11
Fee: $120 for up to 10 students; $12 each
add’l student
q Junior Scout Jeweler’s Badge**
Bring your troop or small group and join us for
two hours of creativity and fun that is geared
towards earning the NEW Junior Girl Scout Jeweler’s Badge. Each student will leave with at least
4 pieces of handmade jewelry. Dress for mess.
Minimum of 2 troop leaders/adult assistants’
help required. Each student should bring a small
interesting stone or shell to wire wrap. Contact
The Arts Castle for reservations.
Course No.: I0193-Q215
Instructor: Gwen Valore
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 9 to 12
Fee: $120 for up to 10 students; $12 each
add’l student
q Historically Speaking: Native
Americans Patch for Girl Scouts**
Bring your
troop or small
group and
join us for
two hours
of creativity
and fun that
is geared towards earning
the Historically
Speaking Native Americans
patch. We will
discuss Native
American folklore and play a traditional game. Each student
will make a dream catcher, a “Jovich bark” bowl,
a medicine wheel, and leave with all require-
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ments of the patch completed. Activities can
be geared to Brownie, Junior, or Cadette Scouts.
Dress for mess. Minimum of 1 troop leader/adult
assistant’s help required. Contact The Arts Castle
for reservations.
Course No.: I0194-Q215
Instructor: Tracy Newman
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 6 to 14
Fee: $120 for up to 10 students; $12 each
add’l student
q Kid’s Birthday Party!**
Book your child’s birthday at the Arts Castle!
Themes for parties include pirates, princess,
zoo, dinosaurs, lady bugs, sports, tea party, or
non-themed with bright colors. Special requests
available at additional cost. Themed paper
products, silverware, tablecloth, centerpiece,
balloons, setup and cleanup. Cake or cupcakes
with drinks available for an additional $25, or
you may bring your own. $100 non-refundable
deposit is required to confirm your reservation
(credited against the total cost) and must be paid
14 days in advance of the party. Contact The Arts
Castle for reservations.
Course No.: I0005-Q215
Instructor: Crystal Evans
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5 to 10
Fee: $225/5-10 children+$20/addl; maximum 20 guests
m Tea in the Castle**
Experience the magic of The Arts Castle! Enjoy
a light lunch with tea in the parlor of our historic
1854 mansion. An optional tour of The Arts
Castle is available for an additional $15 charge
(per group); please allow an additional half hour
for the tour. Dietary requests may be accommodated with a special menu (please advise of any
allergies or dietary restrictions). Contact The Arts
Castle for reservations.
Course No.: I0011-Q215
Instructor: Susan Short
# of sessions: 1
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 10+
Fee: $20 per person; 6 people minimum
VISUAL ARTS
q Drawing for Children
Using basic drawing techniques, we will draw
animals, landscapes, imaginative characters, and
from a still life. We will work on new projects
every quarter. Join us as we express our creativity
through drawing! All materials included. Dress
for mess.
Course No.: S0034-Q215
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 6
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Day/Dates: TU, Apr 7 – May 12
Reg. Deadline: Apr 2
Ages: 6 to 10
Member: $49 • Non-Member: $54
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q School’s Out—Art All Day!
Using paints, glue, paper, building materials…
even our bodies… we will create art all day! Bring
a nonperishable lunch, drink, snack, water bottle,
and clothes that can get messy and are comfortable.
Course No.: H0010-Q215
Instructor: Barbara Airulla
# of sessions: 1
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: F, Apr 3
Reg. Deadline: Mar 31
Ages: 6 to 12 (Grades 1-6)
Member: $49 • Non-Member: $54
q Continuing Drawing for Children:
Portraiture
Led by a professional portrait artist, we will concentrate specifically on drawing portraits using a
variety of media. Drawing for Children, Drawing
and Painting Sampler, or teacher permission is
required. All materials included. Dress for mess.
Course No.: S0035-Q215
Instructor: Angela Gage
# of sessions: 4
Time: 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 2 – Apr 23
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 7 to 12
Member: $47 • Non-Member: $53
q Painting for Children
Course No.: S0033-Q215
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 6
Time: 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 16 – May 21
Reg. Deadline: Apr 13
Ages: 6 to 10
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
q Caregiver/Child Acrylic Painting:
Spring Blooms
Under step-by-step guidance, children and their
caregiver will each create a unique painting in
acrylic on canvas, that when completed can be
placed side by side to form a complementary set
of works. No artistic experience or talent is necessary; only enthusiasm and a desire to make art
with a special child! Caregivers must participate
and may accompany more than one child (though
a 1:1 ratio is strongly recommended for 6-7 year
old children); fees listed are per person. Children
not registered for class may not attend. All materials included, but you may bring beverages and
snacks if you like. Dress for mess.
Course No.: S0040-Q215
Instructor: Crystal Alford
# of sessions: 1
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, May 2
Reg. Deadline: Apr 28
Ages: 6 to 12 + adult
Member: $31 • Non-Member: $34
Learn about famous artists from the past and
their painting techniques while painting your own
landscape painting, abstract painting, and more
using a variety of media and surfaces. All materials included; dress for mess.
q Kirigami Animatronics
The Arts Castle is thrilled to partner with Ignite A
Paper Idea, a family-run organization based here
in Delaware dedicated to inspiring young people
to explore the field of engineering through the art
of paper cutting (also called Kirigami). Using literature as a springboard, students will use simple
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paper, scissors, and glue to make FUNctional
working paper models of characters that operate
using a made-in-class paper mechanism. These
paper machines have to be seen to be believed!
Course No.: S0086-Q215
Instructor: Urmish Mehta
# of sessions: 1
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, May 2
Reg. Deadline: Apr 28
Ages: 9 to 12
Member: $24 • Non-Member: $26
q Hanagami: Art of the Origami
Paper Flower
With its roots in
ancient China and
predominance in Japan,
origami represents the
fine charm of eastern
philosophy that impels
one to find beauty in
simple things. Learn
how to make at least three different origami flower types and arrange them for maximum impact
using ikebana principles. This class is imagined
especially for caregivers and children (adult or
otherwise) who would like to celebrate Mother’s
Day together making handcrafted, beautiful art.
All materials included. Students age 9 to 12 must
be accompanied by a paying adult.
Course No.: S0088-Q215
Instructor: Gabriel McIntosh
# of sessions: 1
Time: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, May 9
Reg. Deadline: May 5
Ages: 9+
Member: $27 • Non-Member: $30
u Decorative Arts: Hand-Dyed
Silk Scarves
Colorful silk scarves are making a fashion
comeback these days. Join the trend in your own
unique way by hand dyeing THREE silk scarves, to
keep or to give away (Mother’s Day is coming up!)
Choose your own colors to create impressionistic
motifs of your own design. A great class to take
with Mom or a friend. All supplies included in the
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class fee. Students 12 to 14 should register with a
paying adult caregiver.
Course No.: S0057-Q215
Instructor: Linda White
# of sessions: 1
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, Apr 18
Reg. Deadline: Apr 9
Ages: 12+
Member: $37 • Non-Member: $41
u Faux Finished Letters
Learn to paint 3 different faux finishes on wood
letters! You supply 3 unfinished wood letters (or
numbers of your choice, we’ll supply the rest!
This spring quarter, we will learn to paint faux
marble, tarnished silver and lizard skin finishes
with water-based acrylic paints. With the skills
learned, you can go on to paint bigger and better pieces -- like that antique just sitting in your
garage! Letters should be approximately 9” to
12” high and be of unfinished wood; they can be
purchased locally at Michael’s, Joann’s, Walmart
or Hobby Lobby. No class 5/9. Dress for mess.
Course No.: S0059-Q215
Instructor: Cindy Smith
# of sessions: 3
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: SA, May 2 – May 23 (No class 5/9)
Reg. Deadline: Apr 28
Ages: 14+
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
u Calligraphy: Celtic Knots and
Lettering
The Celtic hand, formally known as Uncial lettering, is a popular lettering style of solely capital letters, which is associated with ancient Roman and
Latin texts. Along with Celtic knots and braiding,
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 2 – Apr 23
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 15+
Member: $70 • Non-Member: $78
the lettering can be used to make distinctive wedding invitations, greeting cards, gift tags, bookmarks, etc. In this class, students will design and
complete a short saying using the Celtic (uncial)
alphabet, decorated with a hand-drawn Celtic
knot. All levels welcome, especially beginners. All
materials included in class fee, but please mention if you are left handed at registration.
Course No.: Q0003-Q215
Instructor: Ginny Haller
# of sessions: 3
Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Day/Dates: SA, May 9 – May 23
Reg. Deadline: May 1
Ages: 15+
Member: $56 • Non-Member: $62
u Watercolor Painting
This is an opportunity for students of all skill levels
to learn watercolor from a professional watercolorist. Techniques in watercolor are explored
through supportive critique, demonstration, and
hands-on practice. Each quarter will focus on a
different series of projects covering landscapes,
seascapes, putting people into paintings, adding
vegetation, and more. Materials list will be sent
at registration.
Course No.: S0003-Q215
Instructor: Jim Fought
# of sessions: 6
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Day/Dates: W, Apr 15 – May 20
Reg. Deadline: Apr 10
Ages: 15+
Member: $81 • Non-Member: $90
m Private Art Instruction
u Portraiture with Pastels
Explore the unique aspects of drawing portraits
with soft pastels under the guidance of a professional portrait artist. All skill levels welcome.
Bring a starter set (15 half-sticks) of soft pastels
(recommended brands: Sennelier, Rembrandt)
and a pad of pastel paper.
Course No.: S0007-Q215
Instructor: Angela Gage
# of sessions: 4
Our private art instructors are all more than
qualified to teach you or your children in a variety
of fine arts techniques. Please read their biographies and choose which one suits your needs
best. Then call The Arts Castle with your contact
information and we will have an instructor call
you to arrange mutually agreeable times and
days
for your classes.
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Barbara Airulla has been teaching art for more
than 12 years in various locations — central Ohio
suburban schools, the Columbus College of Art &
Design’s Saturday Morning Program, the Universi-
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ty of Texas at Tyler, the University of Arizona, OSU
and Franklin University. She has taught ages 5
through adult and focuses on painting and drawing techniques and exploring different materials.
Contact The Arts Castle at 740/369-2787 for more
information.
Course No.: S0001-Q215
Instructor: Barbara Airulla
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 7+
Fee:
$120/4 lessons
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A former art teacher with the Delaware City
Schools and accomplished pastel artist, Terry
Claymier has designed and taught The Arts
Castle’s Homeschool Art program since its inception in 2002. She is open to instructing art in
many different media and to students of school
age through adult on week days before 3:00 pm.
Contact The Arts Castle at 740/369-2787 for more
information.
Course No.: S0002-Q215
Instructor: Terry Claymier
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 5+
Fee:
$120/4 lessons
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A graduate of Ashland University and the
Cleveland Institute of Art with a MEd and BFA
respectively, Lisa O’Kelly Nye currently teaches
art at Delaware Hayes High School. She specializes in teaching students the importance, impact,
thought processes, and skills involved in creative
expression. Lisa has specialized education and experience in illustration, murals, computer graphics, and multimedia. Contact The Arts Castle at
740/369-2787 for more information.
Course No.: S0005-Q215
Instructor: Lisa O’Kelly Nye
# of sessions: 4
Time: arranged w/instructor
Day/Dates: arranged w/instructor
Ages: 7+
Fee: $120/4 lessons
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WINE TASTING
u Five Blends You Didn’t Know You
Liked
Blends are not the second class citizens of the
wine world, always inferior to varietals. Let us
prove it to you -- come enjoy five delightful blends
from around the globe! Learn what varietals go
in to each, and what region they hail from. Light
snacks will be provided to compliment each wine’s
flavor profile.
Course No.: X0003-Q215
Instructor: Brigit Porteus
# of sessions: 1
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Day/Dates: F, Apr 10
Reg. Deadline: Apr 2
Ages: 21+
Member: $27 • Non-Member: $30
YOGA
u Yoga for Real Bodies
For both new students and continuing students!
This hatha yoga class explores movement as a
means to find more suppleness, strength, balance, and restfulness. We will use yoga postures,
breath, and meditation to delve into and enhance
our ability to move with more awareness and
ease in our daily lives starting from exactly where
we are today. Dress comfortably. Please bring a
yoga mat, a small blanket or big towel, and your
sense
of curiosity and play.
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MORNINGS
Course No.: Y0001-Q215
Instructor: Kit Spahr
# of sessions: 8
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Day/Dates: M, Mar 30 – May 18
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 15+
Non-Member:
$100 • Member: $111
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EVENINGS
Course No.: Y0002-Q215
Instructor: Kit Spahr
# of sessions: 8
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Day/Dates: M, Mar 30 – May 18
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 15+
Member: $100 • Non-Member: $111
SUMMER CAMPS
Ceramic Camps
u Yoga for Relaxation
The slow, passive, deep stretch of the yin yoga
style relaxes the body and nurtures the mind.
Spending time in simple, effortless postures
imparts a deep sense of rest, which helps to
maintain balance in a busy, active life. Bring a
yoga mat and dress comfortably. You may like to
bring a blanket to cover yourself with during the
relaxation time at the end of class.
Course No.: Y0003-Q215
Instructor: Kit Spahr
# of sessions: 8
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Day/Dates: TH, Apr 2 – May 21
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 15+
Member: $100 • Non-Member: $111
u Yoga Abbreviated
Ahhh…yoga helps you de-stress! But does business travel or an inconsistent work schedule prevent you from taking your favorite class with your
favorite instructor? Kit’s Yoga Abbreviated is
tailored just for you. It allows you to come to
whichever Monday or Thursday class you choose
- mornings or evenings- for 4 sessions instead
of the usual full quarter. Previous experience is
needed to take advantage of this, so permission
of the instructor is required.
Course No.: Y0004-Q215
Instructor: Kit Spahr
# of sessions: 4
Time: varies
Day/Dates: M or Thur., Mar 30 – May 21
Reg. Deadline: Mar 25
Ages: 15+
Fee: $60/4 passes
m Clay Camp for Young Children with
Parents
Children explore their creativity through clay!
Working with clay can help develop sensory
awareness and fine motor skills, while offering art
experiences that stimulate cognition and creativity. In this class, students and caregivers will work
together and learn basic terminology, handbuilding techniques, and even take a turn on the
potter’s wheel! Caregiver participation required,
but no fee is due. Please make arrangements to
pick up work before August 14. Work remaining
in the studio after August 14 may be discarded.
Dress for mess!
Course No.: KC001-Q315
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 6
Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Day/Dates: M, W, F, Jul 20 – Jul 31
Reg. Deadline: Jul 13
Ages: 3 to 6 (Entering grades PreK-1)
Member: $59 • Non-Member: $66
q Clay Camp
Come on… don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty!
Spend an entire week at the Castle working with
clay. We will work with a variety of handbuilding
and glazing techniques. We will also experiment
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making clay vessels on the pottery wheel! Note
to parents: Student work will be fired during the
week after camp ends. Please make arrangements to pick up work between June 22 and July
1. Work remaining in the studio after July 1 may
be discarded.
A.
Course No.: KC014-Q315
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 4
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: M, T, W, F, Jun 8 – Jun 12
(No class 6/11)
Reg. Deadline: Jun 1
Ages: 6 to 9 (Entering grades 1-4)
Member:
$90 • Non-Member: $101
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B.
Course No.: KC015-Q315
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 4
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: M, T, W, F, Jun 15 – Jun 19
(No class 6/18)
Reg. Deadline: Jun 8
Ages: 6 to 9 (Entering grades 1-4)
Member: $90 • Non-Member: $101
q Clay Camp: Large Handbuilt
Projects
Come on… don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty!
Spend an entire week at the Castle working with
clay. We will work with a variety of handbuilding
and glazing techniques to build large, complex
pieces. All levels welcome. Note to parents:
Student work will be fired during the week after
camp ends. Please make arrangements to pick up
work between June 22 and July 1. Work remaining in the studio after July 1 may be discarded.
Course No.: KC016-Q315
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 4
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Day/Dates: M, T, W, F, Jun 8 – Jun 12
(No class 6/11)
Reg. Deadline: Jun 1
Ages: 10 to 14 (Entering grades 5-9)
Member: $90 • Non-Member: $101
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q Clay Camp: Altered Wheel-Thrown
Forms
Come on… don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty!
Spend an entire week at the Castle working with
clay. We will work with the pottery wheels as well
as handbuilding techniques to create one-of-akind pieces. Previous Arts Castle ceramics class
or camp, or instructor permission, required. Note
to parents: Student work will be fired during the
week after camp ends. Please make arrangements to pick up work between June 22 and July
1. Work remaining in the studio after July 1 may
be discarded.
Course No.: KC017-Q315
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 4
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: M, T, W, F, Jun 15 – Jun 19
(No class 6/18)
Reg. Deadline: Jun 8
Ages: 10 to 14 (Entering grades 5-9)
Member: $105 • Non-Member: $117
q Level Up! Wearable Custom
Ceramic Gear
Ceramics isn’t just about throwing pottery on a
wheel or making pinch pots. Claywork has also
been a medium
for demonstrating
personal flair since
ancient times. In this
course, you will learn
the basic fundamentals of crafting
personal pieces of
wearable ceramic at-
titude! Each student will make at least three
pieces, including a pendant and wrist band.
Perfect for RPG fantasy aficionados, fans of
the steampunk aesthetic, or simply teens
who would like to make one-of-a-kind works
of wearable art. Please make arrangements to pick up work before July 17. Work
remaining in the studio after July 17 may be
discarded. Bring pottery tools if you have
them. Dress for mild mess.
Drama Camps
Course No.: KC009-Q315
Instructor: Gabriel McIntosh
# of sessions: 4
Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Day/Dates: W, TH, F, W, Jun 24 – Jul 1
Reg. Deadline: Jun 17
Ages: 13 to 17 (Entering grades 8-12)
Member: $78 • Non-Member: $87
Dance
q Squiggle ‘n’ Wiggle: Fairytales
at the Castle
Join us for a fantastic crafts, dance, and our
favorite fairytale stories! Students should
wear dance/athletic clothes (leotard and
tights or T-shirt and shorts). They should
also wear ballet slippers if they have them,
but bare feet are fine, too. Students should
bring a water bottle with a lid every day. A
performance for family and friends will take
place at the end of camp.
Course No.: KA010-Q315
Instructor: Arts Castle Staff
# of sessions: 5
Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Day/Dates: M – F, Jun 8 – Jun 12
Reg. Deadline: Jun 1
Ages: 4 to 6 (Entering grades PreK-1)
Member: $121 • Non-Member: $135
q Alice in Wonderland
Your child can become more confident when
he or she plunges into the rabbit hole! Join
us for this illusion-filled, mad-cap adventure!
A kaleidoscope of characters await... playing
cards, mousey rhymers, Cheshire smiles, raving mad royalty in revolving scenes across
a chess board, Tweedle twins, Humpty, and
Alice with a major attitude. Come celebrate
Alice’s anniversary! Registration packets
will be mailed to registrants in May. Please
bring a sack lunch including drink every day.
The last day of class will be an extended day;
students will stay through the end of the
performance, which will be for friends and
family at 6:30 pm. Rain date is scheduled
for July 3 at 10:30 am.
Course No.: KM030-Q315
Instructor: Candace Mazur-Darman
# of sessions: 4
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – TH, Jun 29 – Jul 2
Reg. Deadline: Jun 22
Ages: 6 to 12 (Entering grades 1-7)
Member: $166 • Non-Member: $185
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q Midsummer Night’s Dream
In the tangled wood, we’ve been to see
“what fools these mortals be.” Actors need
topnotch plays, and topnotch plays need
clever actors. Let’s make the carpenters
more comic, the sprites more devious, and
the royalty more sporting! Registration
packets will be mailed to registrants in
May. Performance will be on the last day of
class at 7:30pm. Rain date is scheduled for
August 1 at 10:30 am. No class July 24.
Course No.: KM031-Q315
Instructor: Candace Mazur-Darman
# of sessions: 9
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 20 – Jul 31
(no class July 24)
Reg. Deadline: Jul 13
Ages: 8 to 15 (Entering grades 3-10)
Member: $166 • Non-Member: $185
Visual Arts Camps
q Creative Kids: Dinosaurs
Join us for prehistoric fun! Create art with
recycled materials while exploring the dinosaurs and the age in which they lived. Dress
for mess!
Course No.: KS070-Q315
Instructor: Paula Blosser
# of sessions: 4
Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Day/Dates: M – TH, Jul 27 – Jul 30
Reg. Deadline: Jul 20
Ages: 4 to 6 (Entering grades PreK-1)
Member: $101 • Non-Member: $112
q Old Masters by Young Artists
Learn about the Old Masters the fun way—
by making art, reading stories, and exploring
nature! Children will experiment with a
variety of drawing and painting techniques
throughout the week, inspired by the stories
and art of Picasso, Monet, and many more.
Nature walks and plenty of opportunity for
self-expression included! Dress for mess.
Course No.: KS095-Q315
Instructor: Emily Pusateri Steele
# of sessions: 5
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jun 22 – Jun 26
Reg. Deadline: Jun 15
Ages: 4 to 6 (Entering grades PreK-1)
Member: $102 • Non-Member: $113
q Handwriting Made Easy
Learning handwriting can be fun and easy!
Your child will gain self confidence learning
how to write legibly and teachers will be
happy too. Parents will be given daily class
updates as well as tips and ideas to help
build success in handwriting and improve
fine motor skills. Small class size ensures
that everyone gets lots of individual attention. All materials included, but please bring
a nut-free snack every day.
Course No.: KQ040-Q315
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Instructor: Melissa Sturgill-Lucas
# of sessions: 5
Time: 4:15 pm - 5:45 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jun 8 – Jun 12
Reg. Deadline: Jun 1
Ages: 5 to 6 (Entering grades K-1)
Member: $70 • Non-Member: $78
Reg. Deadline: Jul 20
Ages: 8 to 12 (Entering grades 3-7)
Member: $125 • Non-Member: $139
q Fun With Handwriting
Your child can become more confident when
learning the skills needed to improve legibility and have fun doing it through crafts,
games, and fun activities! Students will
learn how to write within the space given,
sizing of letters, and the correct sequence of
letter formation (helping with reversals, a
common error). Parents will be given daily
class updates as well as tips and ideas to
help build success in handwriting. Small
class size ensures that everyone gets lots of
individual attention. All materials included,
but please bring a nut-free snack every day.
Course No.: KQ041-Q315
Instructor: Melissa Sturgill-Lucas
# of sessions: 5
Time: 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jun 8 – Jun 12
Reg. Deadline: Jun 1
Ages: 7 to 8 (Entering grades 2-3)
Member: $70 • Non-Member: $78
q Creative Plots with Creative
Puppets
Puppetry returns to The Arts Castle!
Develop your own character and bring him
(her? it?) to life with foam and fabric, voice
and animation. After reviewing the basic
elements of a story, we will work together
as a team to create a riveting plot (with
twists!) that will include all of our puppets.
Performance for family and friends will be
Friday at 3:00 pm in the Ballroom.
Course No.: KM041-Q315
Instructor: Brigit Porteus
# of sessions: 5
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 27 – Jul 31
q Visions: Art Camp at The Castle
Join us for this week-long arts adventure at
the Castle, where imagination reigns from
cellar to tower! We will draw inspiration
from the Castle itself as we paint and draw,
construct and sculpt and imagine throughout the week. Of course, no camp is complete without making new friends, playing
games, exploration, and tons of fun! Registration packets will be mailed to registrants
in May. Please bring a sack lunch including
drink
every day.
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A.
Course No.: KS010-Q315
Instructor: Barbara Airulla
# of sessions: 5
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 20 – Jul 24
Reg. Deadline: Jul 13
Ages: 6 to 7 (Entering grades 1-2)
Member:
$166 • Non-Member: $185
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B.
Course No.: KS011-Q315
Instructor: Barbara Airulla
# of sessions: 5
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 13 — Jul 17
Reg. Deadline: Jul 6
Ages: 8 to 9 (Entering grades 3-4)
Member:
$166 • Non-Member: $185
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Course No.: KS012-Q315
Instructor: Barbara Airulla
# of sessions: 5
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 6 — Jul 10
Reg. Deadline: Jun 29
Ages: 10 to 11 (Entering grades 5-6)
Member: $166 • Non-Member: $185
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 27 – Jul 31
Reg. Deadline: Jul 21
Ages: 10 to 15 (Entering grades 5-10)
Member: $74 • Non-Member: $82
q Lego® Camp: Minecraft®
Experience the world of Minecraft® with
Lego® bricks! Moving away from the computer screen and into kids’ hands, students
will craft shelters, mobs, critters, and tools
using Lego® bricks. This camp is not affiliated with Minecraft. All materials included;
please do not bring your own bricks. Unlike
other Bricks 4 Kidz camps, campers will take
home select projects, including a custom
mini-fig; the cost is included in the fee.
Please provide your child’s shirt size upon
registration: Youth XS, S, M, L, or XL.
q Cartooning Camp: Pictures,
Text and Letters
Explore the possibilities of text and pictures
in this unique class! We will experiment
with the “language” of cartooning, including
development of visual narrative, perspective, panels arrangement, zoom, and
more. We will extend our exploration of
the connection between text and pictures
with experiments in typography and other
compositions. New projects this summer!
All materials included; dress for mess.
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A.
Course No.: KS018-Q315
Instructor: Pat Reed
# of sessions: 5
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jul 27 – Jul 31
Reg. Deadline: Jul 21
Ages: 7 to 9 (Entering grades 2-4)
Member:
$51 • Non-Member: $56
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B.
Course No.: KS019-Q315
Instructor: Pat Reed
# of sessions: 5
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Course No.: KS090-Q315
Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz
# of sessions: 5
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Day/Dates: M – F, Jun 8 – Jun 12
Reg. Deadline: Jun 3
Ages: 6 to 12 (Entering grades 1-7)
Member: $149 • Non-Member: $165
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