Seminary Art Center is dedicated to providing arts and cultural experiences for all ages through ongoing classes, workshops, camps, and studio access. Our efforts are founded on the belief that creativity through art is essential for the development of youth and necessary for a vibrant adulthood and enriching our community.
Seminary Art Center is in a period of dynamic transition. Please check our website periodically for updates on unfolding summer camp fun. Don’t wait, enroll today!
Learning a second language has never been so much fun! With over 25 years’ experience, Stanstead College Language Adventure offers English, French or Spanish as a second (or third!) language during a four-week immersion camp. Join us for more than 20 hours of classes per week in groups of approximately 12 students at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Along with outdoor activities, sports, arts, camping and more, students also get to discover Quebec’s diverse culture through cultural trips. Meet with friends from around the world for memories that will last a lifetime!
Summer performing arts camps and classes at Spotlight on Dance will be the highlight of your child's summer! Prince and Princess Camps, glee Musical Theater Camp, American Idol Camp, Kids Dance Intensive... and for you... Adult Beginner Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop and more!
Summit School of Traditional Music and Culture, co-founded in 2007 by Rebecca Singer and Katie Trautz, is a nonprofit 501c3 organization based in Montpelier, Vermont, which serves the greater North/Central region of Vermont. Summit School promotes cross-cultural understanding through music, dance, and the exploration of diverse cultures through the arts. We offer classes and seminars for all ages, summer music camps for children, workshops with visiting regional, national, and international artists, and a schedule of concerts by renowned traditional artists from the region, country, and abroad.
In the past 6 years Summit School has hosted a stellar list of national and international artists in our effort to expand cultural understanding within our own state and nation. We have hosted musical artists from Africa, Ireland, Norway, Canada, Sweden, and other countries. These intimate workshops and classes give students an opportunity to learn from masters at their craft close to home in a format that is appealing to both children as well as adults. Summit School also provides outreach opportunities by offering workshops on Traditional Music and Culture to schools and community groups.
Classes include American Harmony Singing, Intro and Advanced courses in Banjo, Fiddle, Ukelele, and Guitar, Repertoire classes in Celtic, Quebecois and Appalachian Folk Music, Recording techniques, songwriting, and many others. Our instructors are highly regarded performing artists and experienced teachers with ties to or visiting Central Vermont. Classes are offered in multiple 8 week sessions year round. Trad Camp is July 29 to Aug 2nd, 2013 in Montpelier.
It is our hope that nurturing the cultural economy also fosters awareness and understanding of the world beyond our state and borders.
For more information about Summit School classes, concerts, workshops and our summer Traditional camp, contact our Executive Director, Mary L. Collins via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 802-917-1186. Or, visit our website at www.summit-school.org .
In the heart of Shelburne Village, SAC offers year-round programs for children and adults. Our instructors and staff provide a nurturing setting, in-depth art experience, and an upbeat curriculum. Classes and camps include: drawing, painting, clay on the wheel, hand building, mixed media art, jewelry making and more. We offer Saturday drop-in, summer camps and year round after school classes.
The first Saturday of each month will be a clay project; the clay piece can be picked up on the third week of every month. All other crafts can be taken home day of the project.
$12 per person, bring a friend or sibling for $10 (children must be accompanied by an adult)
Saturday’s mornings, 10-11:30am