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DCA’s William Grant Still Arts Center Presents Free After School Online Arts and Music Fall Program

Oct 09, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Oct 15, 2021 @ 11:59 PM
Organizer’s Site
Council District
City Council District 10

Free Fall Classes live on Zoom and tutorials on social media October 18th – December 10th (8 weeks)

Registration dates are Saturday, October 9th – Friday, October 15th (for live Zoom classes)

Send email to monica.bailey@lacity.org to receive a registration form.

Live Zoom classes offered are, Zine Workshop, Vocals, Keyboard, Adult Keyboard, and Line Dancing.

Video Tutorials classes on African Martial Arts are available on Friday’s at 10am via our social media: https://www.instagram.com/wgsarts/

Classes held October 18 – December 10, 2021

Tuesday – Friday
Once a week for eight weeks!
To join the workshops, please send an email to monica.bailey@lacity.org
Zine Workshop
Tuesdays at 5:00 PM / Ages 13-17 / Zoom
Join literary publisher Peter Woods (Writ Large Press) and learn to amplify your voice using the power of zines. This 1 hour class is full of history, ideas, and tips to free your imagination and help you create an awesome, empowering little piece of print.
Requirements for class: Computer with internet service
Keyboards with Kevin Goode
Wednesdays at 3:30 PM /Adults/ Zoom
Wednesdays at 5:00 PM / Ages 7 to 17/ Zoom
Learn Intro to Keyboard with Kevin Goode as he introduces keyboard or piano for beginners!
No Experience Necessary
Requirements for class: Computer with internet service and a keyboard (keyboard loans may be available)
Thursdays at 1:00 PM/ Ages 7-17 / Zoom
Students will learn the fundamentals such as; breathing, major scale, melodies, cool down and vocal exercises from instructor Cydney Davis.
Requirements for class: Computer with internet service
Adult Line Dancing with Nawili Gray
Fridays at 11:00 AM / Adults / Zoom
Low impact fun dance exercise for adults of all ages.
Requirements for class: Computer with internet service
African Martial Arts
Fridays / All Ages / Video tutorials posted at 10:00 AM
Gain confidence and work your body with this Intro to African Martial Arts through history and outlook through Capoeira, Maculele, instruments and music. Using basic movements, flexibility, hand eye coordination and storytelling we share an understanding of the practice and philosophy behind African Martial Arts with teaching artist Jahsun Olefumi.
Requirements for class: Internet service


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