Introducing Over 15 New Classes and Workshops! Home is Where

Introducing Over 15 New
Classes and Workshops!
Home is Where the Art Lives!
classes for adults and children
Music & Music Recording • Art
Dance • Fitness • Horticulture
Jewelry • Performing Arts
Photography • Pottery
Yoga • Writing
Register now for Spring 2015
and Summer Camp
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allanwolde, a magnificent Tudor Revival style mansion, was built in 1920
as the home of Charles Howard Candler, eldest son of Coca-Cola founder
Asa G. Candler. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Callanwolde
is a unique arts center that enriches the lives of metropolitan Atlantans
year round.
In 1972, Callanwolde was purchased with funds raised by concerned citizens
and a matching government grant. It is presently owned by DeKalb County;
the grounds are maintained by the Department of Parks and Recreations, and
the buildings are maintained by Physical Plant Management. Callanwolde
Fine Arts Center is now operated and restored by the Callanwolde Foundation,
Inc., a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation. Funding is dependent upon
private and corporate support, government grants, fundraisers, and the arts
and education programs.
Located upstairs in the Petite Hall is the Callanwolde exhibition area. These
exhibitions are open to the public. Gallery hours are 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday, and 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.
REGISTRATION: To register for classes, fill out the form on page 23 of this publication and mail it in. Or, call our Registrations Office at 404.8 72.5338. You may also register online by visiting the website at www.callanwolde.org.
MAILING LIST: To be placed on a mailing list for the class publications, please call 404.872.5338.
HOURS: The Callanwolde mansion and grounds are open 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The mansion is closed on Sundays.
MARTA: From Edgewood/Candler Park Station or Lindbergh Station, take Bus #6.
PARKING: Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is forced to observe a strict parking policy due to limited parking spaces and public safety. Cars may be parked only in the back parking lot. You are asked NOT to park in the driveway
behind the Carriage House. Additional parking can be found next door at Laurel Heights Hospital, but only in the lower lot adjacent to Callanwolde. It is imperative that cars are not parked in any entrance, exit, or
fire lane. This also applies to parking at Laurel Heights. Cars parked in No Parking areas will be subject to towing.
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
980 Briarcliff Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
404.872.5338
Fax: 404.872.5175
E-mail: [email protected]
www.callanwolde.org
Support is provided to Callanwolde Fine Arts
Center through a grant appropriated by the
DeKalb County Board of Commissioners, in part
by the DeKalb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs, and in part by the Georgia Council for
the Arts through appropriations of the Georgia
General Assembly. Georgia Council for the Arts
is a Partner Agency of the National Endowment
for the Arts.
Contents
Children’s Classes
Music Recording Program................ 4
Music Lessons ................................. 6
Art and Acting ................................ 7
Homeschooler’s Classes ................... 7
Dance................................... 9-10, 15
Summer Camp Schedule............11-14
Portfolio/Skills Building for Teens... 17
Adult Classes
Music ............................................ 6
Horticulture and Culinary Arts...........8
Dance .......................................... 15
Fitness & Exercise..................... 15-16
Jewelry ................................... 16-17
Fine Arts.................................. 18-19
Art Workshops ......................... 19-20
Photography ................................ 20
Writing......................................... 21
Textiles.....................................21-22
Pottery ........................................ 22
Gallery ..............................................24
Registration Form ............................. 23
Refund Policies ................................. 23
Special Events ..................................... 3
Map and Directions
Callanwolde is located in the historic Druid Hills neighborhood of Atlanta, conveniently situated
between the Virginia-Highland neighborhood and the campus of Emory University, and is
approximately five blocks north of the
intersection of Briarcliff Road and Ponce de
Leon Avenue.
Programs and facilities are offered to all persons without regard
to race, color, sex, national origin, age, creed or disability.
From I-85 North/South:
Take exit 89, North Druid Hills Road, and drive
south on North Druid Hills Road. The first major
intersection is Briarcliff Road (Loehmann’s Plaza will
be on the right). Turn right onto Briarcliff Road and
Callanwolde is approximately four miles on the right.
If you have a disability, please let the administration know; we
will make every effort to accommodate you. Elevator access is
available to the second floor of the mansion.
From I-75 North/South:
Take exit 248C, Carter Center/Freedom Parkway, and
stay on Freedom Parkway for about two miles until it
dead-ends into Ponce de Leon Avenue. Turn right onto
Ponce de Leon and at the third traffic light turn left
onto Briarcliff Road. Callanwolde is about five blocks
on the left.
The Mission of the Callanwolde Fine Arts
Center is to preserve, restore, and develop
the Callanwolde Estate and to be the premier
public participatory arts and cultural center.
The Callanwolde Mission
Callanwolde Spring Events
Eggstravaganza
Eggstravaganza features
thousands of candy-filled eggs
to find (including three golden
“prize” eggs), and a chance to
meet the Easter Bunny. There
will be baked goods for sale,
a “cake walk”, face painting,
carnival games, and springthemed arts and crafts for kids.
Bring your basket and your
camera for a fun, family day
amidst Callanwolde’s beautiful
spring gardens and grounds.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Adults – free
12 and under - $12 in advance
12 and under - $14 at the door
Bees in 3D Workshop
Fresh from her artist residency
at A Studio in the Woods, a
program of Tulane University,
West Virginia-based
environmental artist Jessica
Levine makes a pit stop at
Callanwolde to instruct us on
the ways of the bees. Using all
natural materials, Jessica will
help each participant create a bee-friendly sculpture to take
home to their own yards. No art experience required – just
a desire to learn about and love cultivators! A great class for
gardeners and those interested in environmental/earth art.
Min. 5, max. 12
Wednesday + Thursday, April 1 + 2
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
$215 members/$225 non-members.
Registration # HRT202
1st Annual Spring
Homeschool
Festival at
Callanwolde
Think Green – Open Air
Day Fair at Callanwolde
Activities and Programs:
nMeet a Tree – Take
our Tree tour, learn about our Champion Tree
nBees in 3D - Create a bee-attracting sculpture for your
own garden
nRecycled Paper Art – Hands-On Fun
nWhat is Your Carbon Footprint? Let’s calculate!
nPlein Air Painting – Visit with professional painters who
are set up on our grounds, and try it yourself!
nLearn about Callanwolde’s constellation of classes for
Homeschool Families!
nPrizes and refreshments!
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Event is Free! Registration # HMS204
Registration is Not Required but Helpful.
Home is Where the Art Lives!
What lies within you? Is it a picture waiting to be painted… a song looking
for a voice…a dance wanting to be performed? Is your life a journey looking
for an adventure, or do you simply need to get away from the hustle and
bustle of everyday life for a couple of hours? Callanwolde is more than a Fine
Arts Center. It’s a place where friends and strangers soon become family, a
place where you can explore your creativity without boundaries or judgment,
a place devoted equally to the discovery of your inner child and the pursuit
of your passion. Take a look through our catalog. We’re pretty sure you will
find something you’ve always wanted to try. Now is the time. Bring a friend,
a family member or come as you are. Either way, the discovery of something
wonderful awaits at Callanwolde-you!
Callan Café open Monday – Friday, 11am – 7pm.
Three easy ways to register:
1.Register online at www.callanwolde.org
2. Use the registration form provided on page 23
3. Call Registration at 404.872.5338
Registration begins Monday, February 23, 2015
Spring quarter classes begin Monday, March 16, 2015
Callanwolde offers scholarships based on financial need for all of our classes
and programs. To find out more information, please call 404-872-5338 or
email [email protected]
Calendar of Events
MARCH 2015
to
May 2015
A Book Affair
February 26
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Phoenix Flies
March 16 & 19
11 am
Gallery Opening
March 13
7 pm
Callanwolde Concert Band
March 22
3 pm
Eggstravaganza
March 28
10 am - 12 pm
Bees in 3D Workshop
March 31
8 am
Poetry Reading
April 8
8 pm
Callanwolde Dance Ensemble: Spring Show
April 18
2 pm - 7 pm
First Annual Spring Homeschool Festival
April 23
10 am - 3 pm
Annual Spring Pottery Show
April 24-26
5 pm
Poetry Reading
May 13
8 pm
A Book Affair
May 14
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Gallery Opening: Tim Hunter
May 15
7:00 pm
Music Class Recital
May 16
10 am-12 pm
Annual Dance Recital
May 29-30
various
Raku Workshop with Rick Berman
May 30
10 am-5 pm
Front Cover Photograph by Christina Bray
D I S C I P L I N E
C O M M I T M E N T
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class schedule
Callanwolde’s Newest Offering
Music Recording
Program
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allanwolde Fine Arts Center is thrilled to announce our newest program:
The Callanwolde Music Recording Program. We are honored that this program
is under the direction of Callanwolde’s Director of Recording Phil Tan, a three-time
Grammy Award-winning sound engineer, who has generously donated his time and
resources to help create this new endeavor at Callanwolde.
Atlanta is one of the top ten music recording cities in the nation, yet there has been a lack
of music and recording educational programs and studios – until now. Callanwolde’s
Music Recording Program is a curriculum of classes designed by Phil Tan to provide lowcost training that will be a great start to those interested in learning the art of recording.
The Phil Tan curriculum includes Introduction to Music Technology, a three-part
course. Upon completion of all three parts with a passing grade, students will earn the
Phil Tan Music Recording Certificate which can be an aid for students to gain acceptance
into college music recording programs and in some cases, earn college credit or get
professional studio internships.
This is a great opportunity for people of all ages – including teens – who are interested in
learning about recording and mixing and possibly aspire to work in the music business.
Currently housed our music building, we have workstations for up eight students in each
class, affording everyone personal attention from our expert faculty, coordinated by Phil
Tan. Please see our website for faculty biographies.
Phil Tan
Phil Tan, soft-spoken and
the measure of calm, is one
of the most respected and
highly-awarded professionals
in his field. Phil began his
career at the age of 18, when,
with little music experience
(just some childhood piano
lessons), he decided to focus
on music post-high school.
He was accepted to the
prestigious Berklee School of
Music in Boston, MA but he
could not afford it. Instead,
he chose Full Sail University in Florida and upon graduation, landed an internship here
in Atlanta, which eventually led him to recording and mixing work with JD (Jermaine
Dupri), a friendship and close working relationship that continues to this day. Phil
Tan is a 3-time Grammy award recipient whose credits include bestsellers by Rihanna,
Mariah Carey, Ne-Yo, Ludacris, Usher, Katy Perry, Janelle Monae and more.
Phil’s work over the past 23 plus years accounts for over 300 million albums and singles
sold here in the United States with an economic impact of well over a billion dollars.
We are excited and honored to have Phil Tan join the Callanwolde team to bring this
new program to Metro Atlanta.
I M A G I N A T I O N
Music Recording Program
Introduction to Avid Pro Tools
Learn how to use Pro Tools, the industry standard
for Digital Audio Workstations. This class will
cover basic principles, giving you the foundation
to create complete projects, from initial setup to
mixdown.
Topics include: Creating sessions, file
management, navigation, audio and MIDI
recording, basic editing techniques, introduction
to mixing, plug-in effects, and software
instruments.
Prerequisites: Basic computer knowledge
including the ability to use input devices
(keyboard and mouse)
Instructor: Michael Thomas
Fee:
$200 members/$210 non-members per person
Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Introduction to Apple Logic Pro
Discover Logic Pro, Apple’s powerful and versatile
music production system. You will be introduced
to Logic’s primary windows and features, and
learn how to manage a song, from the first note to
the final bounce.
Topics include: Setup, loops and loops browser,
audio and MIDI recording, audio and MIDI editing,
flexing time and pitch, effects plug-ins, software
instruments, mixing and automation.
Prerequisites: Basic computer knowledge
including the ability to use input devices
(keyboard and mouse).
Instructor: Kennard Garrett
Fee:
$200 members/$210 non-members per person
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Introduction to Ableton Live
Designed to be an instrument for live
performances, Live is also a powerful tool for
composing, arranging, recording, mixing and
mastering. Learn tips, tricks and techniques that
will introduce you to new creative possibilities.
Topics include: User interface, file management,
recording audio, working with MIDI, basics of
warping, DSP effects devices, Live’s included
instruments, mixing techniques, automation and
creating live sets.
Prerequisites: Basic computer knowledge
including the ability to use input devices
(keyboard and mouse).
Instructor: Michael Thomas
Fee:
$200 members/$210 non-members per person
Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Thanks to Atlanta Pro Audio | MacroTek for
providing equipment for our Music Recording
program.
I N N O V A T I O N
T R A D I T I O N
C O U R A G E
Introduction to Music Technology Parts I, II and III
With high quality hardware and software now available at reasonable prices, creating and recording
music is no longer a pipe dream. Learn about the music production process and the tools available to
you to create music on your computer.
Part I: Basics and Fundamentals
Part II: Recording
Part III: Mixing and Mastering
a. Fundamentals of Sound: Frequency and pitch,
amplitude, wavelength, sound pressure, loudness.
a. Project management: The team (who’s
responsible for what?), budgeting, logistics.
b. Digital Audio: Sample rate, bit depth, sampling,
digital clocking.
b. Studio Setup: Preamp, speaker and subwoofer
placement, acoustic treatment, headphones,
monitor controller, DAW controller, keyboard
controller, wiring.
a. The Mixer: The channel strip, inserts, fader,
pan, mute and solo, bussing, auxiliary sends and
returns, pre and post fade, inserts, master section.
Topics include:
Instructor: Fee:
Instructor: Fee:
Nev Walker
$200 members/$210 non-members per person
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Daniella Rivera
$200 members/$210 non-members per person
Saturdays, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Music Recording Class Schedule
Course #
Class name
c. Microphones: Types, polar patterns, frequency
response, techniques and applications.
c. Compressors: Compressor types, threshold,
ratios and knees, attack and release, make-up gain,
side-chain compression, parallel compression.
d. Recording: Preparation, setting levels,
managing noise levels, recording MIDI, recording
vocals, recording instruments, punching (manual
and automated).
d. Mixing: Instrument frequency ranges, building
the mix, headroom, psychoacoustic, panning,
equalization, compression and limiting, effects
and processing, automation.
e. Editing: Comping, editing audio and MIDI.
e. Mastering: Critical listening, hardware vs
software, equalization, compression, formats.
Instructor: Fee:
Instructor: Fee:
Nev Walker
$300 members/$310 non-members per person
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Daniella Rivera
$300 members/$310 non-members per person
Saturdays, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Instructor: Fee:
Instructor: Fee:
Nev Walker
$300 members/$310 non-members per person
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Daniella Rivera
$300 members/$310 non-members per person
Saturdays, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
4 weeks
Upon completion of all three parts with a passing grade, students will earn the Phil Tan Music
Recording Certificate which can be an aid for students to gain acceptance into college music recording
programs and in some cases, earn college credit or get professional studio internships.
Instructor
Day
Dates
Time
Members/
Non-members
March 2015
MR11
Avid Pro Tools
Michael Thomas
Mondays
March 2 – 23
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR12
Apple Logic
Kennard Garrett
Tuesdays
March 3 – 24
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR13
Ableton Live
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part III: Mixing and Mastering
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part III: Mixing and Mastering
Michael Thomas
Wednesdays
March 4 – 25
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
Nev Walker
Thursdays
March 5 – 26
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$300/$310
Daniella Rivera
Saturdays
March 7 – 28
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
$300/$310
MR16
Avid Pro Tools
Michael Thomas
Mondays
April 6 – 27
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR17
Apple Logic
Kennard Garrett
Tuesdays
April 7 – 28
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR18
Ableton Live
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part I: Basics and Fundamentals
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part I: Basics and Fundamentals
Michael Thomas
Wednesdays
April 8 – 29
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
Nev Walker
Thursdays
April 9 – 30
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
Daniella Rivera
Saturdays
April 11 – May 2
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR21
Avid Pro Tools
Michael Thomas
Mondays
May 4 – 18*
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR22
Apple Logic
Kennard Garrett
Tuesdays
May 5 – 26
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
MR23
Ableton Live
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part II: Recording
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part II: Recording
Michael Thomas
Wednesdays
May 6 – 27
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$200/$210
Nev Walker
Thursdays
May 7 – 28
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$300/$310
Daniella Rivera
Saturdays
May 9 – 30
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
$300/$310
MR14
MR15
April 2015
MR19
MR20
May 2015
MR24
MR25
Minimum 4 students/maximum 8 students per class
Introduction to Music Technology, Part III will also be held in June
* Students and Instructor will find agreeable 4th meeting date/time.
404.872.5338
e. MIDI: MIDI interfaces, MIDI connections, MIDI
channels, MIDI modes, patches and banks,
polyphony, multitimbrality, DAW connections,
quantisation, General MIDI, MIDI synchronization.
b. Equalizers: High/low cut filters, shelving filters,
band-pass filters, parametric EQ, graphic EQ.
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d. The Digital Audio Workstation: Hardware and
software, analog to digital conversion, file types,
project management, effects plug-ins, software
instruments.
Topics include:
fall 2014
c. The Computer: Mac vs PC, processor speed,
RAM, hard drives, displays.
Topics include:
D I S C I P L I N E
Private Music Lessons:
All Ages
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Thanks to Cooper Piano for tuning and providing Callanwolde’s Pianos
Callanwolde is excited to offer the Associated
Board of Royal School of Music (ABRSM) Exam and
Learning Program. This program is internationally
recognized and aids intermediate to advanced
students in learning and goals. The exam program
has helped many students with college and
university acceptance (regardless of major.) The
program focuses on repertoire, theory, scales and
arpeggios, and ear training.
C O M M I T M E N T
Music Lessons (For All Ages, Styles, and Levels)
Private lessons are scheduled on an individual
basis. Students must confirm times and dates of
lessons with Callanwolde before registering and
paying for lessons. Call 404.872.5338 for more
information on faculty, student placement, and
arranging schedules. One time registration fee of
$50. Instructors set own make-up policy.
Lessons available in Piano, Voice, Guitar, Woodwinds, Strings
Price: (Classes # MUS201 – Monthly MUS210)
30 minutes: $115 members/$125 non-members
45 minutes: $180 members/$190 non-members
60 minutes: $230 members/$250 non-members
Children’s Music Classes
(Group)
Kindermusik: VILLAGE BABIES AND EARLY WALKERS
Rhythm of My Day
Preschool Music Private Lessons
Age 2 ½ to 5 years
Newborn to 18 months with parent/caregiver
Young children learn how to sing and also play
the piano/keyboard.
Monthly Price: (Classes # MUS201 – MUS210)
30 minutes: $115 members/$125 non-members
45 minutes: $180 members/$190 non-members
60 minutes: $230 members/$250 non-members
Take those special bonding moments between
parent and baby and add a unique blend of
musical learning activities that stimulate and
engage all the senses. This unit will help parents
incorporate music into many of the regular
routines found throughout their daily life.
Share with baby- everything from bath time to
a parents’s arrival home from work – though a
variety of catchy children’s folk tunes, silly songs,
chants, and instrument play.
Callanwolde Music Recital
I M A G I N A T I O N
In Village we soothe, exercise, sing, act of poetry,
play instruments and dance the time away. Home
materials included in tuition: music CD, board
book, art banners, and child instrument. Join us
for some winter time fun with your baby. Bring a
friend and have twice the musical fun! No sibling
kit. Min. 5, max. 10
Instructor:
Fee:
KMK201
June Abbott
$155 members / $165 non-members
Wednesdays, March 18– May 13 (skip April 8)
11:20 a.m. – 12 Noon 8 weeks
TODDLERS - Our Time: Fiddle-Dee-Dee
18 months to 3 years with parent/caregiver
If you missed the winter session of Kindermusik
but still want to join in the fun, Don’t Fear! We
are currently enrolling for the second half (last
7 weeks) of our unit Fiddle-Dee-Dee! Join us
as we celebrate the unique joys of the growing
child. Our animal theme ties nicely with the
musical themes of folk and mountain music.
Animal sounds, so appealing to children, naturally
prompt imitation and vocal development.
Imagine us moving like these animals too as we
focus on concepts of high, low, smooth, bumpy,
fast and slow.
Encourage your child to be creative, to initiate
their own ideas and to respond in their own ways.
As they play instruments, sing, dance, move and
explore, they’ll uncover an engaging musical
world while building self-confidence, self-control
and communication skills. Home materials
included in tuition: double music CD, literature
books, family activity book, musical instrument,
and dog house carrying box. Home materials
included. Min. 5, max. 12.
Instructor: June Abbott
Fee:
$140 members / $150 non-members
Sibling Rate:$120 members / $130 non-members
KMK202 Wednesdays, March 18– May 6 (skip April 8)
10:30 – 11:10 a.m. 7 weeks
Come enjoy the sounds of our music students!
Join us after the recital for a reception to celebrate our
music students in violin, piano, voice, and more!
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Saturday, May 16
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Located in the
Callanwolde Courtyard
Free to the Public
980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
PRE-SCHOOLERS - Imagine That: Cities!
Busy Places – Friendly Faces
3 and 4 year olds
Parent/caregiver joins in the last 10 minutes of class
If you missed the winter session of Kindermusik
but still want to join us – Don’t Fear! We are
currently enrolling for the second half ( last 7
weeks) of our unit: Cities! Busy Places-Friendly
Faces. We will create many “cities” in one a city
of music, songs, recorded works and city sounds.
There’s a city of the imagination where our child
can be whoever he/she imagines themselves
to be today: a broom man or maybe an opera
singer? There’s a city of stories – of lost dogs and
a globe-trotting photographer. Home Materials
included in tuition: Double music CD, board
game, family activity book, D and A resonator
bars. Min. 5 max. 9
Instructor: June Abbott
Fee:
$140 members / $150 non-members
Sibling Rate:$120 members / $130 non-members
KMK203 Wednesdays, March 18– May 6 (skip April 8)
9:30 – 10:15 a.m. 7 weeks
I N N O V A T I O N
Teens/Adult Music
Classes (Group)
Beginning Acting – Level 1 (Grades 3-6)
Students in this beginning class with actor/
director/teacher Caitlin Findlay will cover
many basics through acting exercises that are
fun. From improvisational warm-up games to
observational exercises, to learning an auditionworthy monologue, your child will gain selfawareness and a new set of skills. Caitlin has tons
of experience working with this age group and we
know your child will enjoy every moment of this
class! Min. 4, max. 10
Caitlin Findlay
$175 members/$185 non-members
Thursdays, March 26 - May 21 (skip April 9)
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
8 weeks
In this five-week course, you’ll be guided by
Callanwolde’s Head of Guitar and Atlanta Guitar
Clinic instructor, Matthias Young in learning the
basic fundamentals of playing electric guitar.
This course is designed for the beginning to
early intermediate guitarist. Text for course:
Metal Guitar Method by Matthias Young. http://
matthiasyoung.com/metal-guitar-method.html
Min. 3, max. 15
Matthias Young
$125 members/$135 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 - April 29 (skip April 8)
7:00 – 7:50 p.m.
5 weeks
Cartooning and Drawing (9 – 12 years)
This class is designed to improve students
drawing skills and enhance
their creativity and
imagination. Assignments such as creating
one’s
own comic character and comic strip
address cartooning skills while other
assignments
that are more conceptually-oriented. Students
will have fun while improving their drawing skills
and creating their own cartoons and caricatures.
Focus is primarily on line and drawing; ink and
watercolors will be explored. Supply list online.
Min. 6, max. 12.
Instructor: Fee:
ART201
Stephen Sweny
$160 members/$170 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 19 (skip April 6)
4:15 - 5:45 p.m.
8 weeks
Fun Art (6 – 10 years)
Music Teacher
Matthias Young
Beginning Guitar
Learn to play guitar in your choice of musical
style! In this five-week course, you’ll be guided by
Callanwolde’s Head of Guitar and Atlanta Guitar
Clinic instructor, Matthias Young in learning
the basic fundamentals of playing guitar. This
course is designed for the absolute beginner. Text
for course: Matthias Young’s Beginning Guitar
Method—available in the Apple iBookstore.
or a printed version is available for purchase
directly from the instructor for $20. Students will
need to contact the instructor prior to the first
class if a printed version is needed. [email protected]
matthiasyoung.com Min. 3, max. 15
Instructor: Fee:
MUS303
Matthias Young
$125 members/$135 non-members
Saturdays, April 11 - May 9
12:00 – 12:50 p.m.
5 weeks
With all new projects for the spring session,
students will create an entertaining mix of
projects including flip books, pop up cards,
optical illusion art, collage, assemblage, mobiles,
and puppet making. They will be introduced to
the innovative techniques of various modern
artists while becoming familiar with fundamentals
of art such as composition, texture, pattern,
color, and value. Invention and creativity are
encouraged through this hands-on class!
Instructor: Fee:
ART202
Suzy Ferriss
$80 members/$90 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 – April 21 (skip April 7)
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. 4 weeks
Watercolor Animals (6 – 10 years)
With all new projects for the spring session, your
child will explore the world of watercolors as they
create a series of paintings using some of their
favorite animals for inspiration. While creating
everything cave painting to fantastic creatures
from their own imagination, students will be
introduced to the basics of art such as line, texture,
value, form, and color. Fun, hands-on class for kids!
All supplies included. Min. 4, max. 10.
Instructor: Fee:
ART203
Suzy Ferriss
$80 members/$90 non-members
Tuesdays, April 28 - May 19
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. 4 weeks
new!
Think Green – Open Air Day Fair at Callanwolde
Wednesday, April 22rd, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Fee:
HMS204
FREE!
Registration is Not Required but Helpful
Activities and Programs:
nMeet a Tree – Take our Tree tour, learn about
our Champion Tree
nBees in 3D - Create a bee-attracting sculpture
for your own garden
nRecycled Paper Art – Hands-On Fun
nWhat is Your Carbon Footprint? Let’s calculate!
nPlein Air Painting – Visit with professional
painters who are set up on our grounds, and
try it yourself!
nLearn about Callanwolde’s constellation of
classes for Homeschool Families!
nPrizes and refreshments!
Cultivating the Bees in 3-D
(Grades 10-12 and up) new!
Fresh from her artist residency at A Studio in the
Woods, a program of Tulane University, West
Virginia-based environmental artist Jessica Levine
makes a pit stop at Callanwolde to instruct us on
the ways of the bees. Using all natural materials,
Jessica will help each participant create a beefriendly sculpture to take home to their own
yards. No art experience required – just a desire
to learn about and love cultivators! A great class
for those interested in environmental/earth art.
Min. 5, max. 12
Instructor: Fee:
HRT202
Jessica Levine
$215 members/$225 non-members
Wednesday + Thursday, April 1 + 2
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Kaleidoscope Art Class (Grades 5 – 8)
2 days
new!
Four of our finest K-12 instructors have teamed
up to teach this exciting new opportunity for our
homeschooled community of learners. Your child
will be instructed in meaningful projects in media
including painting, fiber arts, printmaking, and
sculpture. All materials provided! Min. 4, max 10.
Instructor: Fee:
HMS201
Callanwolde Faculty
$215 members/$225 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 – May 19 (skip April 7)
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
8 weeks
Writing Rainbow for Homeschoolers (Grades 3-5)
This creative writing course is designed to both
hone and develop your child’s writing skills as
well as to get your child excited about writing
and expressing him/herself in words. Your child
will receive an introduction to the elements of
narrative fiction. Using the Writing Rainbow
approach (developed by the instructor), we will
discover what makes stories interesting, what
keeps us reading, how to craft a story with a clear
beginning, middle, and end, how to develop
characters, use descriptive language, create a
404.872.5338
Instructor: Fee:
ART204
1st Annual Spring Homeschool Festival
at Callanwolde
7
8 weeks
new!
Electric Guitar 101
Instructor: Fee:
MUS302
Homeschooler’s Classes
fall 2014
Professional musician Thomas Avery will spend
time each class teaching and discussing various
genres (jazz, blues, funk, etc.) and then, everyone
will put that knowledge to use - playing music
together, gaining confidence and learning or
developing their improvisational skills. Bring the
instrument you are comfortable with! Min. 3, max. 9.
Thomas Avery
$150 members/$160 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 7)
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
C O U R A G E
Children’s Art & Acting
Tuesday Night Guided Jam Sessions
Instructor: Fee:
MUS301
T R A D I T I O N
D I S C I P L I N E
C O M M I T M E N T
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class schedule
First Annual Spring Homeschool
Festival at Callanwolde
Think Green! Open Air Day Fair at Callanwolde
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10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Green Themed Activities and Programs
Prizes and Refreshments
Free for Homeschoolers
980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
Registration is helpful but not required
Registration # HMS204
See all Activities and Programs online!
Visit us online: Callanwolde.org
I M A G I N A T I O N
rich, believable world, and much more. We will
examine a variety of literature and read excerpts
from both classic and contemporary sources. Our
5 senses will be used to explore the narrative
world and we will incorporate graphic organizers
and a variety of visual arts ranging from collage
and photography to drawing as part of our
lessons. Students will learn how to move through
the writing process from drafting, revising, and
editing to publishing. Supply list online. Min. 4/
max. 8.
Instructor: Fee:
HMS202
Maureen Zent is an experienced animator and
creative teacher; this exciting new class will
be hands-on video making: storyboarding,
puppet and set fabrication, animating, and
editing. Students will produce their own ideas,
get an assist with some story prompts, and
create short animations. For inspiration we will
watch short works of stop motion with simple,
concise concepts and inventive use of a variety
of materials. This class will include some basic
instruction in narrative structure, stop motion
craft, and film making techniques. All materials
will be provided.
NEW!
Create a bee-friendly sculpture with
Environmental artist Jessica Levine.
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Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
No art experience required.
Great class for gardeners
or those interested in
environmentalism.
Take home to your own
yard!
Wednesday and Thursday, April 1 & 2
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
2-Day Workshop
$215 members/ $225 non-members
Registration # HRT202
Visit us online: Callanwolde.org
8 weeks
Stop-Action Animation Workshop
(Ages 13 - 18) new!
Instructor: Fee:
HMS203
Bee Sculpture Workshop
Adina Rudisch
$250 members/$260 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 5)
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Maureen Zent
$180 members/$190 non-members
Saturdays, April 25 and May 2
10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
2 classes
Horticulture and
Culinary Arts
We are thrilled to announce a new series of
classes about Horticulture and Culinary Arts! As
we move forward with this program, expect to
see classes in How to Create a Butterfly Garden,
Beneficial Insects, Bonsai 101, Ikebana and Flower
Arranging, Terrariums, Container Gardening,
Water Conservation, and Bee Keeping, as well as
classes in Beer Making, Fermentation, and Edible
Wildflowers and Weeds. Let us know what you’d
like to learn!
Atlanta’s Native Plants –
A Callanwolde Garden Tour
new!
Learn more about the plants that are native to our
region and live within Callanwolde’s 13+ acres.
Gain insight and inspiration for your own personal
surroundings while enjoying walking along our
paths and trail. A perfect outing for Mother’s Day
weekend! Bring a sack lunch and enjoy a meal as
a group in our formal garden after the tour. Min.
5, max. 12
Fee:
$10 members/$15 non-members
HRT201
Saturday, May 9, 2015
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 1 day
I N N O V A T I O N
T R A D I T I O N
C O U R A G E
Cultivating the Bees in 3-D
(Grades 10-12 and up) new!
2 days
1st Annual Spring Homeschool Festival
at Callanwolde
new!
Think Green – Open Air Day Fair at Callanwolde
Wednesday, April 22rd, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Fee:
HMS204
FREE!
Registration is Not Required but Helpful
Activities and Programs:
nMeet a Tree – Take our Tree tour, learn about
our Champion Tree
nBees in 3D - Create a bee-attracting sculpture
for your own garden
nRecycled Paper Art – Hands-On Fun
nWhat is Your Carbon Footprint? Let’s calculate!
nPlein Air Painting – Visit with professional
painters who are set up on our grounds, and
try it yourself!
nLearn about Callanwolde’s constellation of
classes for Homeschool Families!
nPrizes and refreshments!
Children’s Dance
Parent observation Policy:
Parents may observe the class ‘in action,’ and
may discuss their child’s personal growth and
development with the instructor on the last day of
dance classes only.
Scholarship Assistance:
CDE: A limited number of partial CDE
scholarships are available to dance students
5-years-old and older. Criteria are need, talent,
and commitment to the program. Applications
for dance scholarships are awarded on an annual
basis; deadline for the 2014-2015 year was in
summer, 2014. A limited number of funds may
be available after that time; please inquire with
Callanwolde’s Director of Development, Christina
Bray.
Make-Up Policy:
Callanwolde is not responsible for classes missed
due to student absences. Parents should discuss
make-up policy with their Instructor. Dance
students must make up classes missed during a
quarter before the end of that quarter. Children
should attend a class of the same age group with
the same instructor.
For parent and child to experience the
fundamentals of dance together! Increase your
physical strength, coordination, flexibility,
and endurance while experiencing the joy of
movement. A wonderful way for you and your
child to learn the basics of ballet while sharing a
creative process.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC201
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
9 weeks
Callanwolde Dance Recital
This years’ theme is Musicals!
Sound of Music, The Wiz, Newsies, and more!
Be dazzled by ballet, modern and African dance moves.
CHILDREN MUST HAVE
PARENTAL SUPERVISION BEFORE
AND AFTER THEIR CLASS
The aim of this program is to instill in each
student the joy of dance as an art form. The
program includes technical skills, improvisation
and choreography, musical background, and
performing experience within a graded structure.
Children are allowed a high degree of personal
freedom for their own invention and creativity.
This educational approach to dance utilizes
problem solving, observation, and sharing of
experience.
Parent & Me Ballet (2-4 years)
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Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
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Times Vary
Located at St. Pius X School
Auditorium, Decatur
Tickets sell quickly. Buy yours
online: callanwolde.org
404.872.5338
Jessica Levine
$215 members/$225 non-members
Wednesday + Thursday, April 1 + 2
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Most dance classes will entertain us at
Callanwolde Dance’s Spring Recital on Saturday,
May 30th. This year’s recital will be held at the
auditorium of St. Pius X High School in Decatur.
Tickets will be available prior to the event and
details will be announced in a timely manner. The
theme for this year’s recital is “Musicals!” We look
forward to sharing a fun day with our Callanwolde
dance families and their guests.
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Instructor: Fee:
HRT202
Spring Recital:
fall 2014
Modern and Jazz/Non CDE students: A limited
number of partial scholarships are available to
dance students 5-years-old and older. Criteria
are need, talent, and commitment to the
program. Please inquire with Callanwolde’s
Director of Development, Christina Bray, [email protected]
callanwolde.org
Fresh from her artist residency at A Studio in the
Woods, a program of Tulane University, West
Virginia-based environmental artist Jessica Levine
makes a pit stop at Callanwolde to instruct us on
the ways of the bees. Using all natural materials,
Jessica will help each participant create a beefriendly sculpture to take home to their own
yards. No art experience required – just a desire
to learn about and love cultivators! A great class
for those interested in environmental/earth art.
Min. 5, max. 12
D I S C I P L I N E
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class schedule
Creative Movement (3-4 years)
Introduces boys and girls ages 3-4 to the
fundamentals of dance, while helping them
to increase their physical strength, flexibility,
coordination and endurance. Designed to
increase the student’s self-confidence and to
find a greater joy in moving, dance and personal
expression. Children should wear comfortable
clothes and may dance barefoot or in ballet
slippers. Tights and leotard are preferred. All
classes are 9 weeks.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC202
DNC203
DNC211
DNC204
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Mondays, March 16 - May 18 (skip April 6)
3:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
11:00 - 11:45 a.m.
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
3:00 - 3:45 p.m.
Creative Movement/Pre-Ballet (5-6 years)
Introduces boys and girls to the fundamentals
of dance, while helping them to increase their
physical strength, flexibility, coordination and
C O M M I T M E N T
endurance. Designed to increase the student’s
self-confidence and to find a greater joy in
moving, dance and personal expression. Children
should wear comfortable clothes and may dance
barefoot or in ballet shoes. Tights and leotard are
preferred.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC205
Kate Hinkel
$115 members/$125 non-members
Thursdays, March 19 - May 21 (skip April 9)
4:00 - 4:45 p.m. 9 weeks
Creative Dance (4-6 years)
Pre-requisite: One year of Creative Movement at
Callanwolde. No exceptions.
For the Creative Movement student looking for
more focused and challenging work. Class time
will include more individual ‘turn taking’ activities,
longer sequences of movement, and progress to
more advanced locomotive skills such as skipping.
Children should wear comfortable clothes and
may dance barefoot or in ballet slippers. Tights
and leotard are preferred.
Instructor:
Fee:
DNC206
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Thursdays, March 19 - May 21 (skip April 9)
3:00 – 3:45 p.m. 9 weeks
THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE SYLLABUS
I M A G I N A T I O N
Advanced Creative Dance/Pre-Modern (4-6 years)
Pre-Modern is for the student who wants to
begin using the floor as a way to warm up and
begin understanding body and spatial awareness
through tumbling and other locomotive skills.
Children should wear comfortable clothes and
should dance barefoot. Tights and leotard are
preferred.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC207
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
9 weeks
Creative Dance/Pre-Ballet I (5-7 years)
Pre-requisite: One year of Creative Movement at
Callanwolde. No exceptions.
For the Creative Movement student looking for
more focused and challenging work. Class time
will include more individual ‘turn taking’ activities,
longer sequences of movement, and progress to
more advanced locomotive skills such as skipping.
Children should wear comfortable clothes and
may dance barefoot or in ballet slippers. Tights
and leotard are preferred.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC208
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Mondays, March 16 - May 18 (skip April 6)
4:00 - 4:45 p.m. 9 weeks
Creative Dance/Pre-Ballet II (6-8 years)
R.A.D. ballet classes are 9 weeks; Saturdays are 8 weeks.
The Royal Academy of Dance is an international classical dance teaching organization
with roots in Great Britain. The R.A.D. has devised a carefully graduated syllabus to teach
classical dance from beginning to advanced performance levels. Please consult the uniform
information sheet for the required style of leotard for each ballet grade level (sheets available
in the registration office). All R.A.D. Ballet levels require pink tights and Bloch leather pink full
sole ballet slippers. Boys wear white t-shirts, navy shorts, white socks, and white slippers.
Please note: No classes from April 4 – 12.
Instructors: Kelly Oakes Dent & Jennilee Garcia-Green
Course # DNC226
Class Level Primary Day Wednesdays
Time 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Fee
$125/$135
DNC227
Grade I (7 yrs & up) Mondays
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. $125/$135
DNC228
Grade II (2nd Year) Tuesdays
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. $125/$135
DNC229
Grade II (2nd Year) Thursdays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. $125/$135
DNC230
Grade III Tuesdays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. $125/$135
DNC231
Grade III Thursdays 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. $125/$135
DNC232
Boy’s Class (ages 6-10) Wednesdays 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. $125/$135
Instructor’s permission required for these levels:
DNC233
Grade IV Mondays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. $135/$145
DNC234
Grade IV Wednesdays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. $135/$145
DNC235
Grade VI Mondays 5:00 - 6:15 p.m. $135/$145
DNC236
Grade VI Wednesdays 5:00 - 6:15 p.m.
$135/$145
DNC237
Grade VII Tuesdays 5:00 - 6:15 p.m. $135/$145
DNC238
Pre / Beginning Pointe Mondays 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. $115/$125
DNC239
Intermediate Foundation Ballet Thursdays 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. $145/$155
DNC240
Intermediate Pointe Tuesdays 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. $145/$155
DNC241
Advanced Foundation Ballet Mondays 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. $145/$155
DNC242
Advanced Ballet Tuesdays 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. $145/$155
DNC243
Advanced Ballet Wednesdays 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. $145/$155
DNC244
Advanced Pointe Saturdays 9:45 - 10:45 a.m. $115/$125
DNC245
Stretch & Conditioning Saturdays 9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
$105/$115
Pre-requisite: One year of Creative Movement at
Callanwolde. No exceptions.
For the Creative Movement student looking for
more focused and challenging work. Class time
will include more individual ‘turn taking’ activities,
longer sequences of movement, and progress to
more advanced locomotive skills such as skipping.
Children should wear comfortable clothes and
may dance barefoot or in ballet slippers. Tights
and leotard are preferred.
Instructor:
Fee:
DNC209
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Thursdays, March 19 - May 21 (skip April 9)
5:00 – 5:45 p.m. 9 weeks
Dance Sampler (5-7 years)
A survey and sample of three forms: ballet,
jazz and modern. FUNdamentals in each form
complete with warm-up (technical basics), and
phrases of choreography in each, including a
variety of music that is integral to each style.
Specific footwear not required; ballet or jazz
shoes interchangeable.
Instructor:
Fee:
DNC210
Jerylann Warner
$115 members/$125 non-members
Thursdays, March 19 - May 21 (skip April 9)
4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
9 weeks
I N N O V A T I O N
T R A D I T I O N
C O U R A G E
Summertime is a wonderful opportunity for children to expand
and grow. Callanwolde’s summer camps will offer weeks of fun, ageappropriate and worthwhile lessons in visual art, music, drama, writing
and movement. Our experienced artist/teachers and great projects (many
completely new or re-imagined for 2015!) make Callanwolde’s summer camps
an excellent experience!
Hours and Half-Day Camps
new!
New this year are some half-day camp sessions which can be combined to
create full-day camp; these campers have supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
All camp lunches are refrigerated.
Before and After Camp
Drop-off begins at 8:30, with a supervised activity for children who arrive
between 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Camps begin at 9:00 a.m., with the exception of
some teen camps and dance camps.
For camps that begin after 9:00 a.m. there is no early morning drop off.
After camp is a structured supervised time with a rotating schedule of
activities for a nominal weekly fee. After camp runs from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. or 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. for campers enrolled in CDE or Modern Dance camps
that end at 3:30 p.m. There is no After camp for Teens.
Music Recording Camp
new!
These classes are for ages 15+, and run
once a week for a total of four weeks, from
10 am - Noon. They are not on the same
weekly schedule as our other camps. See
main brochure or the website for more class
information. Taught by Callanwolde staff
under the direction of Phil Tan.
Avid Pro Tools
Apple Logic
Ableton Live
Introduction to Music Technology,
Part 1: Mixing and Mastering
CMPMR01
CMPMR02
CMPMR03
CMPMR04
CMPMR05
CMPMR06
CMPMR07
CMPMR08
Mondays
Mondays
Tuesdays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Thursdays
June 1, 8, 15, 22
July 6, 13, 20, 27
June 2, 9, 16, 23
July 7, 14, 21, 28
June 3, 10, 17, 24
July 8, 15, 23, 29
June 4, 11, 18, 25
July 9, 16, 24, 26
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
10 am to 12 pm
$200/$210
$200/$210
$200/$210
$200/$210
$200/$210
$200/$210
$200/$210
$200/$210
Visual Arts
Wee Artists (Ages 4 - 6)
Our youngest campers will have a terrific
time getting their hands into paint, yarn, clay
and more! Campers who attend all-day enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Student Teacher Ratio: 6:1, maximum 12 children
per ½ day session
Instructors: Multiple
Fee: $140 members / $150 non-members per ½ day session
CMP101 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon
June 8 - 12
CMP102 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
June 8 - 12
CMP103 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon
June 22 - 26
CMP104 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. June 22 - 26
CMP105 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon July 6 - 10
CMP106 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. July 6 - 10
CMP107 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon
July 20 - 24
CMP108 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
July 20 - 24
CMP109 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon
August 3 - 7
Kaleidoscope (Ages 6 - 10)
Kaleidoscope (Ages 8 - 12)
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 10:1
Fee: $265 members / $275 non-members
Please note: Extended Hours from previous years.
CMP110 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. June 15 - 19
CMP111 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. July 27 - 31
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 10:1
Fee: $265 members / $275 non-members
Please note: Extended Hours from previous years.
CMP112 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
CMP113 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
CMP114 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
CMP115 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Kaleidoscope camp is a time-honored tradition
for Callanwolde! Your child will enjoy an engaging
rotation between four teachers, each with their
own focus, ranging from painting and drawing, to
fibers, 3-dimensional art, collage and more. This
year we’ve added printmaking, indigo dyeing and
group sculpture projects. Campers are split into
age groupings. Each Kaleidoscope week will be
unique.
Kaleidoscope camp is a time-honored tradition
for Callanwolde! Your child will enjoy an engaging
rotation between four teachers, each with their
own focus, ranging from painting and drawing, to
fibers, 3-dimensional art, collage and more. This
year we’ve added printmaking, indigo dyeing and
group sculpture projects. Campers are split into
age groupings. Each Kaleidoscope week will be
unique.
June 1 - 5
June 29 - July 3
July 13 - 17
August 3 - 7
2015 Summer Camp Info at 404-872-5338
Printmaking! (Ages 5-7)
Our printmaking camps will explore the multiple
ways to make multiples! Using all non-toxic
paints and methods, we will learn how to hand
print using interesting materials and have a lot of
fun. Each camper will come home with a folio of
prints, including a themed book of prints from all
the campers each session! Campers will be split
into age groupings; Campers who attend all-day
enjoy supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Student Teacher Ratio: 10:1
Fee: $140 members / $150 non-members per ½ day session
CMP116 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
June 29 - July 3
Printmaking! (Ages 8 - 12)
Our printmaking camps will explore the multiple
ways to make multiples! Using all non-toxic
paints and methods, we will learn how to hand
print using interesting materials and have a lot of
fun. Each camper will come home with a folio of
prints, including a themed book of prints from all
the campers each session! Campers will be split
into age groupings; Campers who attend all-day
enjoy supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $140 members / $150 non-members per ½ day session
CMP117 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon July 6 - 10
Let’s Draw (Ages 6 - 12)
From cartooning to self-portraits, from drawing
outside in our garden to expanding the concept
of drawing (drawing with sunlight on lightsensitive paper!) your camper will explore it all!
Campers are split into age groupings; Campers
who attend all-day enjoy supervised lunch at
Callanwolde.
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $130 members / $140 non-members per ½ day session
CMP118 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. June 8 - 12
CMP119 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon June 22 - 26
CMP120 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. June 22 - 26
CMP165 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
July 20 – 24
Let’s Sculpt (Ages 5 - 7)
Yes, there’s clay - but we’ll also expand the
concept of 3-dimensional work by using nontraditional materials and working on both
individual and monumental group projects. Your
camper will explore it all! Campers are split into
age groupings; Campers who attend all-day enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 10:1
Fee: $140 members / $150 non-members per ½ day session
CMP121 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. July 13 - 17
Let’s Sculpt (Ages 8 - 12)
Yes, there’s clay - but we’ll also expand the
concept of 3-dimensional work by using nontraditional materials and working on both
individual and monumental group projects. Your
camper will explore it all! Campers are split into
age groupings; Campers who attend all-day enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $130 members / $140 non-members per ½ day session
CMP122 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. July 27 - 31
Fun Fibers (Ages 6 - 12)
Imagine a “Yarn Intervention” group sculpture
project out in Callanwolde’s forested walking
path! Non-toxic indigo dyeing? Yes, that will
happen! (and more!) Campers are split into age
groupings; Campers who attend all-day enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $130 members / $140 non-members per ½ day session
CMP123 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon June 8 - 12
Fun Fibers (Ages 8 - 12)
Imagine a “Yarn Intervention” group sculpture
project out in Callanwolde’s forested walking
path! Non-toxic indigo dyeing? Yes, that will
happen! (and more!) Campers are split into age
groupings; Campers who attend all-day enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde. While we will
have fun and different projects every session,
some projects might be repeated.
Instructors: Multiple
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $130 members / $140 non-members per ½ day session
CMP124 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
June 15 - 19
CMP125 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
July 6 - 10
CMP126 9:00 a.m. - Noon
July 20 - 24
CMP127 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
July 27 - 31
Teen Printmaking Workshop
This summer, enjoy beginning and advanced
printing techniques including linoleum,
monoprinting and relief printing and other
processes. Special papers, such as Japanese
rice paper and non-traditional surfaces will be
explored. Non-toxic inks and hand-printing
(non-chemical printing) will be used.Campers
who attend all-day (combined with Teen Digital
Photography) will enjoy supervised lunch at
Callanwolde. Min. 6, Max. 12
Instructor: Lauri Jones
Fee: $145 members / $155 non-members per ½ day session
CMP128 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon June 8 - 12
Teen Digital Photography
In this class, students examine the essential tools,
materials, and techniques for the fundamentals
of digital photography, including cameras, lenses,
exposure, resolution, storage, memory, and
presentation. They learn to apply basic principles
of photographic composition to assess the
positive and negative attributes of photographs
and then learn to apply those principles to
produce their own visually compelling images.
Students who have taken previous darkroom
classes or who take multiple sessions will be
directed toward more advanced processes.
Students will need their own DSLR (Digital SLR)
camera. Teens who attend all-day combined
with Teen Printmaking June 8 - 12 or Teen Fibers
August 2 - 7 will enjoy supervised lunch at
Callanwolde. Min. 6, Max. 10
Instructor: Fee: CMP129 CMP130 CMP131 Steven Schaefer
$145 members / $155 non-members per ½ day session
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. June 8 - 12
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. July 13 - 17
9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon August 3 - 7
Teen Darkroom
Learn the basics of photography and traditional
darkroom printing. This class covers basic
photographic techniques—exposure,
development, and printing—as well as the
history and aesthetics of photography. Emphasis
is on black-and-white film photography; chemical
darkroom work is involved. The class is intended
to help students become comfortable and
confident in taking pictures beyond typical snap
shots. Sessions include lectures, demonstrations,
critiques, and plenty of darkroom time. Students
who have taken previous darkroom classes or
who take multiple sessions will be directed
toward more advanced processes. Students will
need an SLR camera, film and paper; a supply list
will be posted on-line. Min. 8, Max. 10
Instructor: Fee: CMP132 CMP133 CMP 134 Steven Schaefer
$255 members / $265 non-members
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. June 1 - June 5
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. June 29 - July 3
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. July 20 - July 24
Teen Summer Studio - Drawing Intensive
This class will hone student’s observational skills
and hand-eye abilities. Rotate each day through
portrait drawing with a live model, landscape
drawing out in our gardens, architectural drawing
using Callanwolde buildings and interiors and
drawing still lifes. An excellent opportunity
for artistic teens of every level - we guarantee
improvement! Min. 8, Max. 12
Instructors: Multiple
Fee: $265 members / $275 non-members
CMP135 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. June 15 - 19
Teen Summer Studio - Fibers Intensive
While we will touch on some traditional fibers
projects such as knitting and hand-embroidering,
we will focus on more contemporary fibers
applications such as a “Yarn Intervention” group
sculpture project out in Callanwolde’s forested
walking path! We will also learn how to do
non-toxic indigo dyeing as well as other dyeing
techniques. We will learn about contemporary
fiber artists who are creating story quilts and
conceptual pieces using textiles as their primary
material as inspiration.
Instructor: Nell Ziroli + Guests
Min. 8, Max. 15
Fee: $265 members / $275 non-members
CMP136 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. July 6 - 10
Music, drama, Dance, and Visual arts camps
Teen Fibers Workshop
A scaled-down version of our Fibers Intensive,
new or returning students will enjoy non-toxic
dyeing, yarn “interventions”, and other textile
projects. A super fun week just before the school
year begins anew! Teens who attend all-day
combined with Teen Digital Photography will
enjoy supervised lunch at Callanwolde. Min. 6,
Max. 12
Instructor: Nell Ziroli
Fee: $145 members / $155 non-members per ½ day session
CMP137 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. August 3 - 7
Teen Artists Books
Artists as diverse as Picasso, Anselm Kiefer and
Kara Walker have made artists books - pieces of
art in “book” format. You will use multi-media
(printmaking, painting and more), special papers,
and learn to make different bindings. Campers
who attend all-day (combined with Teen
Writing Workshop) will enjoy supervised lunch
at Callanwolde. Although not a requirement,
bookmakers who attend the Writing Workshop
will have the opportunity for cross-disciplinary
work, adding your writing into the books you
make! Min. 5, Max. 10
Instructor: Madalina Anton and Jerushia Graham
Fee: $135 members / $145 non-members per ½ day session
CMP138 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. July 27 - July 31
Teen Writing Workshop
From poetry and short stories to blogging –
get your writing on! Gain inspiration from
being outside in Callanwolde’s 13 acre campus
(weather permitting), and remember, Writing
is FUNdamental :-) Campers who attend all-day
(combined with Teen Artists Books) will enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde. Writers who
attend Artists Books will have the opportunity for
cross-disciplinary work, adding your writing into
the books you make! Min. 5, Max. 10
Instructor: Suzanne Mozes
Fee: $135 members / $145 non-members per ½ day session
CMP139 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. July 27 - July 31
Teen Jewelry - Circular Box Pendant
Join this exciting weeklong course to learn
some of the basics of jewelry making and
metalsmithing. Take home a circular box pendant
uniquely designed by you with assistance from
Cat. Students will learn many skills including:
using an acetylene torch, texturing with the
mill and hammers, filing, soldering, working
with a closed object, making a jump ring bail,
sanding, oxidizing and time permitting creating
a bezel and stone setting. Appropriate for repeat
students; projects change and can be made more
challenging for more experienced students. Bring
lunch/drink bottle with a top each day. Please
wear closed toe shoes and long pants/skirt to
cover legs. Safety is discussed in the first class. All
metal, supplies, tools provided. No prerequisite.
Ages 12-17. Min 5, max 8.
Instructor: Cat Goolsby
Fee: $245 members / $255 non-members
CMP140 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. June 22 - 26
Teen Jewelry - Pierced cuff bracelet
Join this exciting weeklong course to learn
some of the basics of jewelry making and
metalsmithing. Take home a pierced cuff bracelet
uniquely designed by you with assistance from
Cat. Students will learn many skills including:
piercing, filing, sanding, oxidizing and time
permitting we will add one or more discs using
the torch. Appropriate for repeat students;
projects change and can be made more
challenging for more experienced students. Bring
lunch/drink bottle with a top each day. Please
wear closed toe shoes and long pants/skirt to
cover legs. Safety is discussed in the first class. All
metal, supplies, tools provided. No prerequisite.
Ages 12-17. Min 5, max 8.
Instructor: Cat Goolsby
Fee: $245 members / $255 non-members
CMP141 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. July 13 - 17
Music, Drama & Dance
Kindermusik - Giggles (Ages 4 ½ - 7)
Get ready to laugh, be silly, sing, play, dance
along and hear lots of knock-knock jokes with this
delightful Kindermusik summer camp. A child’s
blossoming sense of humor thrives on silliness,
word play, tong twisters, and unexpected
combinations of images and sound. We draw on
the rich tradition of humorous folk music and
folk instruments. We’ll also enjoy creating some
silly art and learning fun parachute games. Home
Materials (Joke book and music cd) included.
Please bring a healthy snack each day.
Instructor: June Abbott
Student Teacher Ratio: 10:1
Fee: $175 members / $185 non-members
CMP142 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon June 22 - 26
Kindermusik - Wild Animal Park (Ages 3 - 5)
Is your child looking for adventure this summer?
Look no further for you are about to enter
Kindermusik’s Wild Animal Park Camp! We will
meet many animals as we hop like frogs and
stomp like elephants, move slow like as a sloth
and quick like a monkey. We’ll dance a jungle
dance, slither and pounce, and do a kangaroo
bounce. As we move through the rainforest, we
will fly with the birds and play with drums and
exotic instruments. You will find us rumbling in
the jungle as we enjoy themed art projects, fun
games and simply celebrate the joy of music.
Home CD and digital materials included in fee.
Please bring a healthy snack each day.
Instructor: June Abbott
Student Teacher Ratio: 10:1
Fee: $175 members / $185 non-members
CMP143 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon July 20 - 24
Little Musicals (Ages 8 - 12)
We’ll sing, we’ll dance, we’ll have lots of fun! No
experience necessary, your camper just needs
to bring enthusiasm and smiles. Combine with
other ½ day options to make a full day and enjoy
supervised lunch at Callanwolde.
Instructor: Jerylann Warner + Guests
Student Teacher Ratio: 14:1
Fee: $130 members / $140 non-members per ½ day session
CMP144 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon June 15 - 19
CMP145 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. July 20 - 24
Daily Groove (Ages 5 - 7)
Campers will enjoy this “theme of the day” camp,
where we build a song, a dance, and an art
project around the day’s topic. Topics in the past
have included: Country-Western Day, Space Day,
and Disco Day. Combine with other ½ day options
to make a full day and enjoy supervised lunch at
Callanwolde.
Instructor: Jerylann Warner + Guests
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $130 members / $140 non-members per ½ day session
CMP146 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. June 8 - 12
CMP147 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon June 29 - July 3
CMP166 9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon
July 13 - 17
On Stage! (Ages 7 - 12)
Join us for fun and dramatic weeks of On Stage
with all new cast of characters (teachers!) who will
delight your children with new musical theatre
offerings. From dance and vocal exercises to
creating costumes for their final production on
Friday afternoon, your children will have a song
and dance experience to remember! Each week
will be unique in its theatrical selection.
Instructors: Lynn Donald (Theatre), Katrina Despain (Theatre)
and Alexandra Wolfe (Dance)
Student Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Fee: $265 members / $275 non-members
Please note: Extended Hours from previous years.
CMP148 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. June 1 - 5
CMP149 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. July 6 - 10
CMP150 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. July 27 - 31
CMP151 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. August 3 - 7
Callanwolde Dance Ensemble Summer Intensive
(Ages 8+)
This intensive ballet workshop offers daily classes
in ballet technique for all levels with additional
classes in character, jazz, hip hop, modern, pointe,
variations, African. This workshop is appropriate
for dancers ages 8 and up. Guest faculty and
resident faculty will include, Kelly Oakes Dent,
Jennilee Garcia Green, Lisa Howell, Shawn
Evangelista and others. Please note: Full week
fees only - no single day or walk-ins allowed.
Instructor: Fee: CMP152 CMP153 Kelly Oakes-Dent + Guests
$265 members / $275 non-members
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. June 8 - 12
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. June 15 - 19
Modern Dance Summer Intensive (Ages 8+)
Callanwolde’s youth dance company Prime
Movers hosts a weeklong intensive preprofessional training adventure in modern, jazz,
Pilates and improvisation. Move and be moved!
Previous dance experience required, modern
dance experience not a necessity.
Instructor: Jerylann Warner + Guests
Fee: $265 members / $275 non-members
CMP154 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. June 22 - June 26
Register online at callanwolde.org
D I S C I P L I N E
Teen Music Recording
See schedule on first page - These classes are for
ages 15+, and run once a week for a total of four
weeks, from 10 am - Noon. They are not on the
same weekly schedule as our other camps.
C O M M I T M E N T
After Camp Care
For your convenience, after-care sessions will
be offered from 4:00 pm – 5:30* pm. During
this time, campers will have structured play
outside (weather permitting), and have fun
with art projects, playing games, or watching
age-appropriate movies. Please pack a snack and
drink for your after-camp camper. *3:30 – 5:30
for campers attending CDE and Modern Dance
Intensive camp weeks. There is no After camp for
Teens.
I M A G I N A T I O N
Fee: $35 members / $40 non-members per week
CMP155 June 1 - 5
CMP156 June 8 - 12
CMP157 June 15 - 19
CMP158 June 22 - 26
CMP159 June 29 - July 3
CMP160 July 6 - 10
CMP161 July 13 - 17
CMP162 July 20 - 24
CMP163 July 27 – 31
CMP164 Aug 3 - 7
Callanwolde’s 2015 Summer Camp Schedule
Week
June 1 June 5
June 8 June 12
June 15 June 19
June 22 June 26
June 29 July 3
July 6 July 10
July 13 July 17
July 20 July 24
Teen Camps
Teens Darkroom
10 am - 3 pm
Teen Printmaking
Workshop
9 am - 12 pm
Teen Digital
Photography
1 pm - 4 pm
Teen Summer Studio:
Drawing Intensive
10 am - 4 pm
Teen Jewelry:
Circular Box Pendant
10 am - 2:30 pm
Teens Darkroom
10 am - 3 pm
Teen Summer Studio:
Fibers Intensive
10 am - 4 pm
Teen Jewelry:
Pierced Cuff
Bracelet
10 am - 2:30 pm
Teen Digital
Photography
10 am - 1 pm
Teens Darkroom
10 am - 3 pm
July 27 July 31
Teen Writing
with Susan Moses
10 am -12:30 pm
Teens:
Artists Books
1 pm -3:30 pm
Aug. 3 Aug. 7
Teen Digital
Photography
9 am - 12 pm
Teen Fibers
Workshop
1 pm - 4 pm
Visual Arts Camps
Music, Dance, Drama
Kaleidoscope
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
9 am - 12 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
1 pm - 4 pm
On Stage!
Ages 7 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Fun Fibers
Ages 6 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Let’s Draw
Ages 6 - 12
1 pm - 4 pm
Callanwolde Dance
Ensemble Summer
Intensive Ages 8+
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Daily Groove Ages 5 - 7
1 pm - 4 pm
Fun Fibers
Ages 8 - 12
1 pm - 4 pm
Callanwolde Dance
Ensemble Summer
Intensive Ages 8+
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Little Musicals
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Let’s Draw
Ages 6 - 12
1 pm - 4 pm
Prime Movers
Summer Intensive
Ages 8+
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Kindermusik:
Giggles
Ages 4.5 - 7
9 am - 12 pm
Printmaking!
Ages 5 - 7
1 pm - 4 pm
Daily Groove
Ages 5 - 7
9 am - 12 pm
Fun Fibers
Ages 8 - 12
1 pm - 4 pm
On Stage!
Ages 7 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Let’s Sculpt!
Ages 5 - 7
1 pm - 4 pm
Daily Groove
Ages 5 - 7
9 am - 12 pm
Fun Fibers
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Let’s Draw!
Ages 8 - 12
1 pm - 4 pm
Little Musicals
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Let’s Sculpt!
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Fun Fibers
Ages 8 - 12
1 pm - 4 pm
On Stage!
Ages 7 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Kaleidoscope
Ages 6 - 10
9 am - 4 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
9 am - 12 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
1 pm - 4 pm
Let’s Draw
Ages 6 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Kaleidoscope
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
9 am - 12 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
1 pm - 4 pm
Printmaking!
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 12 pm
Kaleidoscope
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
9 am - 12 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 6
1 pm - 4 pm
Kaleidoscope
Ages 6 - 10
9 am - 4 pm
Kaleidoscope
Ages 8 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
Wee Artists
Ages 4 - 5
9 am - 12 pm
Kindermusik
Wild Animal Park
Ages 3 - 5
9 am - 12 pm
On Stage!
Ages 7 - 12
9 am - 4 pm
2015 Summer Camp callanwolde.org
I N N O V A T I O N
Modern Dance Program
Hip Hop 101 (6-12th graders)
C O U R A G E
new!
Learn from the best! D. Norris is an Atlanta
native who has toured around the world. D. is an
excellent and fun teacher, and this class is perfect
for those with no experience to those with lots!
Bring your enthusiasm.
Instructor: D. Norris
DNC221 Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
8:00 – 9:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Modern I/II (6-10 years)
Jerylann Warner
$125 members/$135 non-members
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
6:15 - 7:15 p.m.
9 weeks
Pre-requisite: One year of Modern or Instructor’s
permission required.
Instructor: DNC213
DNC214
Jerylann Warner
Mondays, March 16 - May 18 (skip April 6)
6:15 - 7:15 p.m.
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
9 weeks
9 weeks
Modern IV (10 years & up)
Pre-requisite: Two years of Modern or Instructor’s
permission required.
Students have the opportunity to experiment
with improvisation and choreography while
strengthening their technique.
Instructor: Kate Hinkel
DNC215 Thursdays, March 19 - May 21 (skip April 9)
5:00 - 6:15 p.m.
9 weeks
Instructor’s permission required to join class.
Students have the opportunity to experiment
with improvisation and choreography while
strengthening their technique.
Kate Hinkel
$135 members/$145 non-members
Thursdays, March 19 - May 21 (skip April 9)
6:30 - 7:45 p.m.
9 weeks
Ballet Barre/Modern Dance Center
Instructor: Fee:
DNC122
Jazz II
Instructor:
Fee:
DNC223
Jazz III
Modern V (12-18 years)
Instructor: Fee:
DNC216
Jazz I (8-10 years)
Instructor:
Fee:
DNC224
Jazz IV
Instructor: Fee:
DNC225
Jerylann Warner
$125 members/$135 non-members
Mondays, March 16 - May 18 (skip April 6)
5:00 - 6:00 p.m. 9 weeks
Jennilee Garcia-Green
$125 members/$135 non-members
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
9 weeks
new!
Pre-requisite: Two years of Modern or Instructor’s
permission required.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC217
DNC218
9 weeks
Instructor: Fee:
DNA302
David Spencer
$105 members/$115 non-members per person
Thursdays, March 26 – May 21 (skip April 9)
7:00 - 7:50 p.m.
9 weeks
Continuing Ballroom Dancing
This class is designed for students who have
completed the beginning ballroom dancing class
and who wish to refine leading and following
skills. Students must register in pairs - a dance
partner is a must! Includes End of Session Party to
practice your dancing. Pre-requisite: Beginning
Ballroom Dancing at Callanwolde or permission of
instructor.
David Spencer
$130 members/$140 non-members per person
Thursdays, March 26 – May 21 (skip April 9)
8:00 - 8:50 p.m. 9 weeks
Adult Fitness & Exercise
new!
Yoga for Life: For Absolute Beginners
Pre-requisite: Modern II/III or Instructor’s
permission required.
Instructor: Fee:
DNC219
DNC220
Assane Kouyate
(www.sekhousenegal.com/westafricandance)
$105 members /$115 non-members
Saturdays, March 28 – May 30
10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Students of all ages will learn the most basic
leading and following skills for partnership
dancing. Timing and characteristics of dances
such as the Foxtrot, Swing and Waltz will be
included. The focus of the class will be to get by in
any social situation. Includes End of Session Party
to practice your dancing. Register in pairs – a
dance partner is a must!
Instructor: Fee:
DNA303
Jerylann Warner
$155 members/$165 non-members
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Prime Movers
Instructor:
Fee:
DNA301
Beginning Ballroom Dancing
Jennilee Garcia-Green
$135 members/$145 non-members
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
6:15 - 7:15 p.m.
9 weeks
Jennilee Garcia-Green
$135 members/$145 non-members
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
7:45 - 9:00 p.m.
For students of all ages and levels who are ready
for a fun-filled, energy packed class! Learn both
traditional and modern dances. In addition,
develop an awareness of how song traditions
work hand in hand with dance movement as a
means of expression and communication of daily
life in West African cultures. Dancing is rooted
deep in African cultures and is used to tell stories
depicting both the culture and history of the land
and people. Instructor Assane Kouyate, originally
from Senegal, comes from a long line of griots,
the history tellers and keepers of West African
culture. Please wear comfortable exercise clothes
and dance in bare feet. Walk-ins are welcome for
$12/class.
Have you ever been interested in Yoga, but were
afraid to try it? Come to this class built expressly
for the first-time yoga student. Please bring a
yoga mat.
Jerylann Warner
$155 members/$165 non-members
Tuesdays, March 17 - May 19 (skip April 7)
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Instructor: Fee: FIT301
Dance Instructor Assane Kouyate
Kate Holland
$125 members/$135 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 - May 20 (skip April 8)
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
8 weeks
404.872.5338
Modern II/III (8+ years)
Jazz Dance Program
Designed to introduce children to the
fundamentals of Jazz Dance, including various
styles like Latin Jazz, Musical Theatre Jazz and
Hip-Hop. Acquire flexibility, coordination, rhythm
and strength through warm ups, across the floor
exercises and center combinations. Requires black
leotard, tan tights, and jazz shoes; jazz pants or
bike shorts are optional.
West African Dance
15
Instructor: Fee:
DNC212
Adult Dance
fall 2014
Through the introduction of dance fundamentals
(alignment, core strength, flexibility and
endurance) these classes explore a wide range
of movement possibilities. Sometimes athletic,
sometimes classical, but always musical, modern
dance challenges rhythmic, expressive and
creative qualities.
T R A D I T I O N
D I S C I P L I N E
Yoga for Life-Beginner II
www.callanwolde.org
16
class schedule
Continuation of the study of beginning level
poses with additional meditation instruction at
the end of each meeting. Great for stress relief
and flexibility.
Instructor: Fee: FIT302
Kate Holland
$135 members/$145 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 18 (skip April 6)
8:00 – 9:15 p.m.
Previous study required. Soothing sequences
of postures (asanas) to strengthen body and
spirit. Brings wonderful new levels of flexibility
and deeper levels of relaxation and awareness.
Includes pranayama and meditation. Please bring
a yoga mat.
Kate Holland
$145 members/$155 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 18 (skip April 6)
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
8 weeks
Wednesdays, March 25 - May 20 (skip April 8)
7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
8 weeks
Tai Chi: Beginning & Continuing
Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese Martial Art that
combines self-defense with meditation and
breath control, and is practiced today primarily
for its health benefits, stress relief and relaxation.
The slow flowing movements are designed
to stimulate the flow of energy or chi, in the
body with the ultimate aim of rejuvenation and
increased longevity. The slowness also allows
the mind to be actively involved so that one’s
I M A G I N A T I O N
awareness directs the movements, integrating
one’s body, mind and spirit. Taught by a life-long
dancer and martial artist, this class increases
physical and emotional flexibility and balance.
Instructor: Fee:
FIT305
Mali Harrell
$125 members / $135 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 18 (skip April 6)
7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
8 weeks
8 weeks
Yoga for Life: Extended Session
Instructor: Fee: FIT303
FIT304
C O M M I T M E N T
Rings by Anne Havel
Jewelry
The Basics and Beyond: Jewelry Making and
Metalsmithing
Some Like It Hot: Torch-Fired Enamel new!
Workshop with Visiting Artist Anne Havel
Ever wanted to try enameling without a kiln? Turn
off that electricity and join us. This is your low
budget, low tech approach to enameling small
objects or jewelry pieces that will leave you with
the skills to do this at home. You will learn how
to use liquid and transparent enamels, firescale,
sgraffito techniques, under and over-firing for
particular desired affects, and how to integrate
them all. No matter the student’s skill level, there
will be the opportunity to immerse oneself in
new ideas and principles. Cold-connection and
minimal soldering skill options for your piece(s)
will be explored and discussed. Additional
material fee of $10 per student is to be paid to
Anne Havel. Min. 4; Max 8.
Instructor:
Fee: $265 members/$275 non-members
JWY208 Saturday and Sunday, April 18 + 19
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 2 days
This course will focus on fabrication techniques, help
students establish and solidify their basic skills, and
create their own design ideas. Students may work
on developing and advancing their fabrication
skills with instructor guided projects which can
include, but will not be limited to several methods
of stone setting, clasps, hinges, cold connections
such as rivets, and chain-making. Students may
also work on their own projects with instructor
guidance. Problem solving, construction, and
craftsmanship are strongly emphasized in this
mixed level class. Good for all students who enjoy
being inspired by people of varying levels of skill
and experience. Material requirements and cost
will be discussed the first class (approximately
$40). Min. 3; Max 6. Prerequisite: Introductory class
helpful, but not required
Student Profile
Instructor: Fee:
JWY201
JWY202
JWY203
Priscilla Fritsch (www.priscillafritsch.com)
$215 members/$225 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 18 (skip April 6)
10 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 8 weeks
Mondays, March 23 - May 18 (skip April 6)
6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks
Thursdays, March 26 - May 21 (skip April 9)
10 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 8 weeks
Jewelry Open Studio
new!
Saturdays, March 21 - 28, April 25, May 9 - 16
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Walk in - no registration necessary - Current or Former Students ONLY
$10/hr. - Sign up in Jewelry Studio.
Beginning/Intermediate Jewelry & Metalsmithing
Staci Fortes, Jewelry Student
I moved to Georgia in 1995 to pursue an education in fashion design, but after
I obtained my degree, I accepted a full time job outside of my field to support
myself. Thirteen years later, I found myself in a rut. I realized my passion had
become a dream rather than reality. I knew at that point I had to make a life
changing decision. Coincidently, my department was relocating to another
state, so I saw this as the opportunity to pursue my passion and start my own
jewelry business. I began making beaded jewelry using prefabricated materials.
I looked into jewelry making courses to improve my technique, and I discovered
that Callanwolde offered silversmithing classes. From my very first session with
jewelry teacher/artist Priscilla Fritsch, I knew I had found my niche. I began
investing my time and resources into learning the skills necessary to create
my own custom jewelry designs. A year and half later, I am well on my way to
establishing myself as a jewelry designer/metalsmith, and am owner of
Kno-mi Designs Inc.
—Staci Fortes
This course offers the basics in jewelry design
and fabrication. Appropriate for repeat students;
students can design their own projects or get an
assigned project if preferred. Learn silver piercing
(cutting), shaping, soldering, texturing, finishing
(polishing) and stone setting. Smaller class size
allows for individual attention & encourages the
development of personal style and high quality
craftsmanship. Projects range from rings, bracelets,
pendants, earrings, necklaces, vessels and broaches.
Teens are welcome. Materials will be discussed in the
first class; copper/brass metal and stones for projects
could cost approx. $50 (silver could cost more). No
prerequisite for beginners. Intermediate students
have option to design a project with guidance
from instructor; Intermediate students must
have taken minimum of 4 metalsmithing classes
and have ability to design artwork with limited
instruction. Min. 3, max. 6.
Instructor: Fee: JWY204
Aalia Mujtaba (www.metaaliajewelry.com)
$175members/$185 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 6)
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks
I N N O V A T I O N
Beginning Jewelry & Metalsmithing
6 weeks
6 weeks
Introduction to Metalsmithing:
Beginning Jewelry Making
This course is for beginners with no prior
experience in a metals studio. It will focus on
introducing fundamental fabrication techniques
such as sawing, filing, texturing, shaping,
polishing and basic stone setting. An instructor
lead project will teach you studio safety, the
correct way to use an acetylene torch, how to
determine the order of construction, as well as
the proper and safe use of tools and equipment.
You will learn to become comfortable with using
a flexshaft and how to choose what tool to use
when. Our fully stocked studio provides all the
tools necessary for the beginner metalsmith.
Material requirements and cost (metal and
cabochon stones) will be discussed the first
class (approximately $40). Also good for people
who have not worked with metal in a while and
want a basic refresher course. Min. 3; Max 6. No
prerequisite.
Instructor:
Fee: JWY207
Priscilla Fritsch (www.priscillafritsch.com)
$215 members/$225 non-members
Thursdays, March 26 - May 21 (skip April 9)
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks
Portfolio/Skills Building
Teen Classes for 8 – 12 Grades
Stop-Action Animation Workshop
new!
Maureen Zent is an experienced animator and
creative teacher; this exciting new class will
be hands-on video making: storyboarding,
puppet and set fabrication, animating, and
Instructor: Fee:
HMS203
Maureen Zent
$180 members/$190 non-members
Saturdays, April 25 and May 2
10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
Foundations Design
2 classes
new!
This is a serious art class for those who don’t
get art at school, or for those that just “can’t
get enough art” during school. We will work on
foundational design projects that will enhance
your skills as well as your portfolio. All new
projects for returning students. All supplies
included. Min. 6, max. 12
Instructor: Fee:
PAD222
Kristi O’Neal
$115 members/$125 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 7)
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
6 weeks
Bookbinding: Making Journals and Sketchbooks
Practicing artist Jerushia Graham was awarded
her MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from the
University of The Arts in Philadelphia, and teaches
in such places as Kennesaw State, Spelman
College and Art Institute of Atlanta. She will teach
the basic terminology and beginning techniques
of bookbinding; students will create several
different types of non-adhesive (no glue) bindings
including pamphlet stitch, a long stitch binding,
and a link stitch binding, and others as time
allows. Each of these bindings will make great
journals or sketchbooks. No prior experience
necessary! Supply list online. Min. 8, max. 10.
Instructor: Fee:
PAD202
Jerushia Graham
$175 members/$185 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 5 (skip April 7)
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
6 weeks
Joy of Chinese Brush
Students will learn about the secret of Chinese
brush painting concept “less is more” and learn
to apply this idea to your own compositions.
Chinese brush painting is an art form that
combines technical skill with spiritual undertones.
It Incorporates Taoist principles about nature and
requires artists to use their hearts and minds in
their artwork. In The Joy of Chinese Brush Painting
class students will learn traditional Chinese
brushstroke techniques and how to use waterbased art media, such as ink and watercolors on
rice paper. Students will discover these ancient
techniques while painting traditional subjects
of nature, such as, bamboo and flowers and
simple landscapes. All skill levels are welcome. All
supplies are included. Min. 6, max. 12.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD203
Shijun Huang Munns (www.ShijunArt.weebly.com)
$175 members / $185 non-members
Tuesdays, April 14 - May 1
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
5 weeks
Beginning/Intermediate Jewelry & Metalsmithing
This course offers the basics in jewelry design
and fabrication. Appropriate for repeat students;
students can design their own projects or get an
assigned project if preferred. Learn silver piercing
(cutting), shaping, soldering, texturing, finishing
(polishing) and stone setting. Smaller class size
allows for individual attention & encourages
the development of personal style and high
quality craftsmanship. Projects range from rings,
bracelets, pendants, earrings, necklaces, vessels
and broaches. Teens are welcome. Materials
will be discussed in the first class; copper/brass
metal and stones for projects could cost approx.
$50 (silver could cost more). No prerequisite for
beginners. Intermediate students have option to
design a project with guidance from instructor;
Intermediate students must have taken minimum
of 4 metalsmithing classes and have ability to
design artwork with limited instruction. Min. 3,
max. 6.
Instructor: Fee: JWY204
Aalia Mujtaba (www.metaaliajewelry.com)
$175members/$185 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 6)
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. 8 weeks
Beginning Jewelry & Metalsmithing
This course is for beginning and returning
beginning students (never taken classes using
an acetylene torch for fabrication of metal
artwork and those having taken 3 weekly
classes or less). Metalsmithing can be a relaxing,
mind-stimulating and social activity as well
and a creative outlet. In an effort to create deep
understanding and enough practice to exceed the
learning curve, we will work on one new project
per quarter, focusing on a few of the following
techniques: piercing (cutting), finishing (filing,
sanding, polishing, oxidizing and patinas) and
various techniques of soldering, texturing, and
stone setting. Individual attention will encourage
the development of personal style. Projects range
from wearable art such as pendants, cuff links,
earrings, rings, broaches to small sculptural pieces
such as boxes and lockets. Teens and senior
citizens welcome. Materials will be discussed in
the first class; copper/brass metal and stones for
projects could cost approx. $40 (silver could cost
more). No prerequisite. Min. 5, max. 8.
Instructor: Fee: JWY205
Catherine Goolsby
(www.JewelryAndMetalsmithing.com)
$155members/$165 non-members
Wednesdays, April 15 - May 20
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Jewelry by Cat Goolsby
6 weeks
404.872.5338
Catherine Goolsby
(www.JewelryAndMetalsmithing.com)
$155 members/$165 non-members
Wednesdays, March 18 - April 15
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays, March 18 - April 15
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. editing. Students will produce their own ideas,
get an assist with some story prompts, and
create short animations. For inspiration we will
watch short works of stop motion with simple,
concise concepts and inventive use of a variety
of materials. This class will include some basic
instruction in narrative structure, stop motion
craft, and film making techniques. All materials
will be provided.
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Instructor: Fee: JWY205
JWY206
C O U R A G E
fall 2014
This course is for beginning and returning
beginning students (never taken classes using
an acetylene torch for fabrication of metal
artwork and those having taken 3 weekly
classes or less). Metalsmithing can be a relaxing,
mind-stimulating and social activity as well
and a creative outlet. In an effort to create deep
understanding and enough practice to exceed the
learning curve, we will work on one new project
per quarter, focusing on a few of the following
techniques: piercing (cutting), finishing (filing,
sanding, polishing, oxidizing and patinas) and
various techniques of soldering, texturing, and
stone setting. Individual attention will encourage
the development of personal style. Projects range
from wearable art such as pendants, cuff links,
earrings, rings, broaches to small sculptural pieces
such as boxes and lockets. Teens and senior
citizens welcome. Materials will be discussed in
the first class; copper/brass metal and stones for
projects could cost approx. $40 (silver could cost
more). No prerequisite. Min. 5, max. 8.
T R A D I T I O N
D I S C I P L I N E
www.callanwolde.org
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class schedule
Some Like It Hot: Torch-Fired Enamel new!
Workshop with Visiting Artist Anne Havel
Ever wanted to try enameling without a kiln? Turn
off that electricity and join us. This is your low
budget, low tech approach to enameling small
objects or jewelry pieces that will leave you with
the skills to do this at home. You will learn how
to use liquid and transparent enamels, firescale,
sgraffito techniques, under and over-firing for
particular desired affects, and how to integrate
them all. No matter the student’s skill level, there
will be the opportunity to immerse oneself in
new ideas and principles. Cold-connection and
minimal soldering skill options for your piece(s)
will be explored and discussed. Additional
material fee of $10 per student is to be paid to
Anne Havel. Teens with prior Callanwolde jewelry
class experience are welcome. Min. 4; Max 8.
Instructor: Fee: JWY208
Anne Havel
$265 members/$275 non-members
Saturday and Sunday, April 18 + 19
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 2 days
Hip Hop 101
Learn from the best! D. Norris is an Atlanta
native who has toured around the world. D. is an
excellent and fun teacher, and this class is perfect
for those with no experience to those with lots!
Bring your enthusiasm.
Instructor: D. Norris
DNC221 Wednesdays, March 18 - May 20 (skip April 8)
8:00 – 9:00 p.m.
9 weeks
Tuesday Night Guided Jam Sessions
C O M M I T M E N T
course is designed for the absolute beginner. Text
for course: Matthias Young’s Beginning Guitar
Method—available in the Apple iBookstore.
or a printed version is available for purchase
directly from the instructor for $20. Students will
need to contact the instructor prior to the first
class if a printed version is needed. [email protected]
matthiasyoung.com Min. 3, max. 15
Instructor: Fee:
MUS303
Matthias Young
$125 members/$135 non-members
Saturdays, April 18 - May 9
12:00 – 12:50 p.m.
5 weeks
Alla Prima Portrait Painting
Jason Espey’s popular course in the Alla Prima
approach to portrait painting returns for another
session! Each week as Jason leads students
through a step-by-step demonstration leading to
the likeness of the sitter and students will work on
a new painting each week as well. Working with a
model, Jason, a Studio Incamminati graduate and
former Fellow, will teach composition, proportion,
shape (both positive and negative), planes of the
head and value gradation. Supply list online.
Min. 6, max. 10.
Instructor:
Fee: PAD201
Jason Espey (jasonespey.com)
$220 members/$230 non-members +
one-time model fee $30
Mondays, March 23 - May 4 (skip April 6)
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 6 weeks
Professional musician Thomas Avery will spend
time each class teaching and discussing various
genres (jazz, blues, funk, etc.) and then, everyone
will put that knowledge to use - playing music
together, gaining confidence and learning or
developing their improvisational skills. Bring the
instrument you are comfortable with! Min. 3, max. 9.
Instructor: Fee:
MUS301
Thomas Avery
$150 members/$160 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 7)
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Matthias Young
$125 members/$135 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 - April 29 (skip April 8)
7:00 – 7:50 p.m.
5 weeks
Beginning Guitar
Learn to play guitar in your choice of musical
style! In this five-week course, you’ll be guided by
Callanwolde’s Head of Guitar and Atlanta Guitar
Clinic instructor, Matthias Young in learning
the basic fundamentals of playing guitar. This
Jerushia Graham
$175 members/$185 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 5 (skip April 7)
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
6 weeks
Joy of Chinese Brush
Students will learn about the secret of Chinese
brush painting concept “less is more” and learn
to apply this idea to your own compositions.
Chinese brush painting is an art form that
combines technical skill with spiritual undertones.
It Incorporates Taoist principles about nature and
requires artists to use their hearts and minds in
their artwork. In The Joy of Chinese Brush Painting
class students will learn traditional Chinese
brushstroke techniques and how to use waterbased art media, such as ink and watercolors on
rice paper. Students will discover these ancient
techniques while painting traditional subjects
of nature, such as, bamboo and flowers and
simple landscapes. All skill levels are welcome. All
supplies are included. Min. 6, max. 12.
Shijun Huang Munns (www.ShijunArt.weebly.com)
$175 members / $185 non-members
Tuesdays, April 14 - May 19
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
5 weeks
Modern Art Techniques
Electric Guitar 101
Instructor: Fee:
MUS302
Practicing artist Jerushia Graham was awarded
her MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from the
University of The Arts in Philadelphia, and teaches
in such places as Kennesaw State, Spelman
College and Art Institute of Atlanta. She will teach
the basic terminology and beginning techniques
of bookbinding; students will create several
different types of non-adhesive (no glue) bindings
including pamphlet stitch, a long stitch binding,
and a link stitch binding, and others as time
allows. Each of these bindings will make great
journals or sketchbooks. No prior experience
necessary! Supply list online. Min. 8, max. 10.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD203
8 weeks
In this five-week course, you’ll be guided by
Callanwolde’s Head of Guitar and Atlanta Guitar
Clinic instructor, Matthias Young in learning the
basic fundamentals of playing electric guitar.
This course is designed for the beginning to
early intermediate guitarist. Text for course:
Metal Guitar Method by Matthias Young. http://
matthiasyoung.com/metal-guitar-method.html
Min. 3, max. 15
Bookbinding: Making Journals and Sketchbooks
Instructor: Fee:
PAD202
Adult Fine Arts
I M A G I N A T I O N
Quick Painting
Study by
Jason Espey
Painting with Style for Beginners Acrylic
Students learn basic brush techniques and the
art of mixing color, with special attention given
to the development of individual painting style.
We will paint from still life and emphasize the
development of the painting from the ground
up. Ms. Hatch believes in helping the student
bring out what is below the surface of what one
sees in order not to be overwhelmed by detail.
Her non-traditional approach to teaching allows
the student to feel comfortable painting while
learning. Supply list online. Min. 5, max. 10.
Instructor: Fee:
PAD206
Sarah Hatch
$180 members / $190 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 4 (skip April 6)
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
8 weeks
Learn a variety of painting techniques while
studying the styles of the modern masters. Course
will introduce the student to Impressionism,
Pointillism, collage, Surrealism, abstraction, Pop
Art, along with other art movements whose
innovation of technique is notable. Through
studying examples of art along with actual
studio practice, students will study color theory,
color mixture, methods of paint application,
how to paint from life, and how to paint from
imagination. A great course for both beginning
students as well as for intermediate students
who want to continue developing their skills.
Returning students always learn new techniques
and move forward in their art-making! Supply list
online. Min. 6, max. 14.
Instructor:
Fee: PAD204
Suzy Ferriss
$125 members/$135 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 - April 22 (skip April 8)
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
4 weeks
I N N O V A T I O N
T R A D I T I O N
C O U R A G E
The illusions of perspective, three dimensionality,
and movement. Moods such as excitement,
drama, mystery, and grief. The sensations of cold
and warmth. Even the feeling of hunger. How can
color evoke such varied responses? Study the use
of color by the modern masters and learn how!
This studio course introduces students to the
use of color in modern art while teaching them
the necessary techniques to work with various
types of color media. Drawing and painting from
both life and imagination, students will learn the
wonderfully expressive power of color. A great
course for both beginning and intermediate
students. Supply list online. Min. 4, max. 14.
Self-Expression & Exploration Oil Painting
Thomas Key (www.thomaskeyart.com)
$170 members / $180 non-members
Thursdays, March 26 - May 21 (skip April 9)
7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
8 weeks
Painting with Oils Demystified
Join a wonderfully creative space where the
secrets of creating original art can be yours! Each
class is designed to help you learn a basic acrylic
and oil painting technique, so you can build your
skills and improve your paintings. Students will
acquire basic painting skills, color theory, how
to mix colors and use different brush types and
various techniques of brushstrokes. Learn the
basics of good composition and design in an
atmosphere of fun, learning and self - expression
through creative arts. Ideal for the beginner
or students with some previous sketching
experience. More advanced students are also
welcome and can build upon their skills and learn
how to critique their own work. Supply list online.
Min. 6, max. 12.
Shijun Huang Munns
$165 members / $175 non-members
Wednesdays, April 15 - May 20
7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: Fee:
PAD209
4 weeks
Joy of Art: Acrylic and Oil Painting
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD207
Come join this fun and exciting class focusing
on rendering portraits in Charcoal and Pastel
exclusively! All work will be done from photo
reference supplied by the student of someone
they would like to draw. The instructor will
demonstrate several drawings showing
techniques, and will work with each student
helping achieve successful likenesses using the
deep, velvety black softness of charcoal and
colorful chalk pastels. Tom has received numerous
commissions over the years and has sold many
pieces at auctions and to private collectors. In
addition, he was recently published in North Light
Books’ “Strokes of Genius 3: The Best of Drawing.
Supply list online. Min. 5, max. 8.
6 weeks
This class is designed to guide students to find
their inner artist, and explore the conscious and
subconscious ideas that have driven painters to
paint for ages. Based on the idea that the best way
Designed for both the beginner and experienced
painter, in this course you will be introduced to
the language of painting and the use of color
and composition to create realistic still lifes/
portraits in oils. Relax and learn in a non-stressful
environment and learn to use water-miscible oils
from a professional artist. Returning students
always learn new techniques and move forward
in their art-making! Supply list online; some
materials provided. Min. 4, max. 11.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD210
Patrick Hobaugh (www.pathobaugh.com)
$165 members / $175 non-members
Fridays, March 27 - May 14 (skip April 10)
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
7 weeks
Friday Night Figure Studio encourages creativity
in drawing or painting the figure. A model is
provided and participants are encouraged to
choose their own medium of artistic expression.
There is a classroom monitor but no instruction –
Ideal for the independent artist of all skill levels.
Model’s fee included in tuition. Min. 5, max. 10.
$85 members/$95 non-members
Fridays, March 27 - May 21 (skip April 10)
7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructors: Jessica Levine
Fee:
$215 members/$225 non-members
HRT202 Wednesday + Thursday, April 1 + 2
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
2 days
Direct Observational Painting in the Open Air
3-Day Plein Air Painting Workshop new!
Visiting Artist Tony Griffin will instruct students
in the fine art of painting outside. Using
Callanwolde’s beautiful acreage as subject, Tony
will present demonstrations and work alongside
students, offering advice and critiques. This is a
wonderful opportunity that coincides with the
Olmstead Plein Air Festival just down the street
from our campus. Tony Griffin is one of North
Carolina’s most accomplished painters. His work
is breathtaking in its beauty and simplicity and
demonstrates the strong personal connection he
feels for the North Carolina mountain landscape.
“His landscapes, which are often done ‘en plein
air’ (on location) are tranquil, thoughtful and
poetic, as if stumbled on by the viewer for the
very first time,” said Jane Grau of the Visual Arts
Critic. Griffin has built a strong reputation as both
a plein-air landscape painter and portrait artist
of note. Even though his style has loosened with
time and experience, the strong classical training
still forms a foundation of all of his creations.
Intermediate to Advanced Student Most
Welcome; Beginners are encouraged!
Min. 5, max.12
Instructors: Tony Griffin
Fee:
$265 members/$275 non-members
PAD212 Friday - Sunday, April 24 - 26
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
3 days
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
Figure Studio / Life Drawing
Fee:
PAD211
new!
Fresh from her artist residency at A Studio in the
Woods, a program of Tulane University, West
Virginia-based environmental artist Jessica Levine
makes a pit stop at Callanwolde to instruct us on
the ways of the bees. Using all natural materials,
Jessica will help each participant create a beefriendly sculpture to take home to their own
yards. No art experience required – just a desire
to learn about and love cultivators! A great class
for those interested in environmental/earth art.
Min. 5, max. 12
8 weeks
Students will discover their innate creativity
and develop their artistic ability as they follow
exercises from the text, Drawing on the Right Side
of the Brain. Introducing students to a variety
of media and techniques, this is a great class
for both beginning and intermediate students.
Be amazed as you watch your drawing skills
dramatically improve through this innovative
approach to learning art! Great for the beginning
or intermediate level artist. Supply list online.
Min. 4, max. 14.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD213
Suzy Ferriss
$115
Saturday, March 21
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
1 day
404.872.5338
The Expressive Power of Color
Suzy Ferriss
$125 members/$135 non-members
Wednesdays, April 29 - May 20
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
6 weeks
Introduction to Portrait in Charcoal & Pastel
Watercolor by Denise Nogueiras
Instructor:
Fee: PAD205
Nat Emerson
$175 members/$185 non-members
Thursdays, April 16 - May 21
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Cultivating the Bees in 3-D
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Instructor:
Fee:
PAD208
Art Workshops
fall 2014
to learn is through instructed experimentation,
this class is suitable for both new and continuing
painters. Includes basic instruction for using
oil paints and oil painting mediums, as well as
creating good composition, subject matter and
concepts. Class includes one-on-one discussions
and group critiques. Students are encouraged to
create their own compositions in class on day one.
Supply list and further instructions online.
Min. 6, max. 9.
D I S C I P L I N E
C O M M I T M E N T
Photography
Basic/Intermediate Camera & Darkroom
Students will use/learn film cameras and
darkroom procedures for black and white
printing. We welcome repeating students and
those with darkroom experience to work on
individual projects and get exposure to mediumformat cameras or new techniques, papers
and toning procedures. Registered students
have access to darkroom outside of class time.
Supplies and Equipment: Bring your camera and
manual to the first class. Students are required to
supply their own film and paper. Tuition includes
chemical fees and daily access to darkroom
outside of class. Max. 10.
3-Day Plein Air Painting Workshop with Tony Griffin
20
class schedule
Direct Observational Painting in the
Open Air (Plein Air)
www.callanwolde.org
I M A G I N A T I O N
Instructor:
Fee:
PHO201
David Damon ([email protected])
$190 members/$200 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 - May 20 (skip April 8)
6:45 - 9:15 p.m.
8 weeks
Advanced Black and White Darkroom Technique
980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
Friday-Sunday, April 24 - 26
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
$265 members/ $275 non-members
Registration Online
Visit us online: Callanwolde.org
Collage Workshop
Join us for an amazing opportunity to work with
multimedia artist Luzene Hill, who will lead this
weekend-long collage workshop. Collage is the
sum of its parts; explore this easily accessible
form of art-making as you learn to manipulate,
juxtapose and combine images, patterns,
textures and color in an informal setting in
which individual expression is enthusiastically
encouraged. An introduction of the history of
collage will be included. A native Atlantan and
an experienced teacher, Luzene Hill is a member
of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee and has
exhibited her non-objective collages, sculptures,
drawings and installations in galleries and
museums across the country and internationally.
This workshop was well-attended last session, and
Luzene has expanded the time and curriculum
– Perfect for new or returning students – No
experience necessary. Supply list online; bring a
sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 14.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD214
Luzene Hill
$175
Friday, May 1, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday + Sunday, May 2 + 3
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
3 days
Advanced Collage Workshop
new!
For those who participated in Luzene Hill’s
Collage Workshops this fall, winter or spring
sessions, she has created an advanced workshop
to take you to the next level. Sure to inspire,
Luzene looks forward to working with you to
develop your art and your artistic voice. Supply
list online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 14.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD215
Luzene Hill
$135
Saturday + Sunday, May 16 + 17
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
new!
Take your Black and White printing to the next
level. In this class we will explore advanced
printing techniques that will greatly enhance
your print quality. We will cover Archival printing
on fiber-base papers, Selenium-toning and
other toning techniques, as well as advanced
Burning and Dodging techniques. This class is
not about making a bunch of prints quickly - it’s
about making a few prints that are stunning.
Prerequisite: Experience and comfort in darkroom
printing. Min. 6, max. 8
Instructor: Fee:
PHO202
Steven Schaefer
$225 members/$235 non-members
Saturdays, April 18 & 25
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
2 days
2 days
20 Watercolor Techniques to
Get Your Painting Started
This workshop invites the beginning artist to
explore 20 techniques and options to apply
pigment in the watercolor medium. We will
explore finding a balance between spontaneity
and control. Thru many exercises, the student will
leave with their own arsenal of techniques to get
their painting started as well as an understanding
of color theory, realism vs. abstract approaches,
and traditional and modern watercolor techniques.
No experience necessary, just the urge to learn
and create. Hope you can join us! Supply list
online; bring a sack lunch. Min. 6, max. 10.
Instructor:
Fee:
PAD216
Denise Nogueiras
$115
Saturday, April 18
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
1 day
Photo by
Steve
Schaefer
Digital Lightroom
new!
Using the application Adobe Photoshop
Lightroom, this class will teach you how to edit
and manipulate your own digital photos to
enhance your compositions, color correct, fix
mistakes, digitally burn, and create all of the
affects one might expect from a darkroom. Using
your own laptop and the 30-day free trial for this
I N N O V A T I O N
program, Lightroom is user-friendly and does
everything a digital photographer – amateur or
not – needs to do. Min. 6, max. 8.
Instructor: Fee:
PHO203
Steven Schaefer
$165 members/$175 non-members
Tuesdays, April 22 - May 12
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
4 weeks
Instructor: Fee:
WRI201
Memye Curtis Tucker, Ph.D.
$130 members/$140 non-members
Saturdays, Mar. 21, Apr. 11, Apr. 25, May 9
10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
4 sessions
Indigo Dye Workshop
Become a Better Knitter
new!
In this exciting new hands-on workshop, we will
learn to fold, wrap, wad, tie and finally, dye silk
scarves with fabric artist extraordinaire, Nell Ziroli.
There will be a magical, natural Indigo dye vat,
juxtaposed with vivid and bright synthetic colors
for us to work with, and we will learn to “set” our
projects in the microwave. All supplies, including
three silk scarves, disposable gloves, and dyes are
included. Min. 4, max. 10.
Instructor:
Fee:
TEX201
Nell Ziroli
$145 members/$155 non-members
Saturday, May 23
12:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Get That Project Done!
new!
Nell Ziroli http://knitnellknit.blogspot.com/
$155 members/$165 non-members
Thursdays, April 16 - 30
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
3 weeks
You can knit + purl - now take it to the next levels
with master knitter and well-regarded teacher,
Nell Ziroli! Classes will focus on: Cast-ons and
edging choices; Bind-offs and endings; Mirrored
Increases and Decreases; Short Rows; Picking
up vertically, adding eyelet buttonholes, both
extended and double, a great 2 row buttonhole.
Joining techniques include : Grafting, mattress
stitch, Running Stitch, Whip Stitch, 3 Needle Bind
Off, Seaming Horizontal to Vertical. There will be
a numerous handouts. Min. 4, max. 10.
Instructor:
Fee:
TEX203
1 day
Languishing in the back of the closet, or at the
bottom of the drawer is that unfinished knitting
project…or 2. Bring it in for expert advice and
encouragement. We can go over the pattern, get
back on track and make a plan for completion.
There will be a lot of instruction, discussion and
tricks + tips for everyone. Bring all of the bits of
the project and a notebook. Min. 4, max. 8.
Instructor:
Fee:
TEX202
new!
6 week session, 2 hours per class, 4 minimum / 10
maximum 150.
Nell Ziroli http://knitnellknit.blogspot.com/
$155 members/$165 non-members
Mondays, March 23 - May 4 (skip April 6)
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
6 weeks
Grey Turns to Color: Composition
Beginning Floor Loom Weaving
Beginning students will learn the basics of floor
loom weaving and have a choice of three projects
to weave. Supplies are included in the tuition. Min.
6, max. 9.
Instructor:
Fee:
TEX204
Christine Stanton
$170 members/$180 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 7)
6:30 - 9:00 p.m. 8 weeks
Memoir I: Reading It and Writing It
Introduction to the art of the memoir in which a
writer takes the reader back to a part of his or her
life that was unusually vivid or intense and travels
far below the surface. Students can expect to have
written and revised 30 pages before individual
conferences on the last night of class. An outside
speaker and oral reports are included.
Min. 6, max. 10.
Instructor: Fee:
WRI202
Annual Spring Pottery Show
June Akers Seese
$165 members/$175 non-members
Wednesdays, March 25 - May 20 (skip April 8)
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
8 weeks
Advanced Memoir Seminar
A class for writers who have completed a memoir
seminar at Callanwolde and have instructor’s
permission. Outside speakers and oral reports.
Students can expect to have written and revised
40 pages of new work. They are also encouraged
to submit excerpts to “little” literary magazines
and read excerpts at the Annual Memoir Reading
Event at Callanwolde’s Samuel Goldman Retreat.
This performance and the champagne reception
attracts a full house each November. Min. 6,
Max. 8.
Instructor: Fee:
WRI203
June Akers Seese
$175 members/$185 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 7)
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Functional, decorative and sculptural ceramic works by the pottery program assistants
and instructors will be on display for the public at Callanwolde in the unique setting
of the Callanwolde Conservatory. Come view the work of contemporary potters in a
historical setting. Pieces will be for sale for you to take home and enjoy.
8 weeks
980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
Preview Opening: Friday, April 24
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday,April 25 - 26
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Callanwolde Conservatory
Visit us online: Callanwolde.org
404.872.5338
Four intensive sessions to help beginning and
advanced poets find and focus their poems and
revise in the light of contemporary practice. The
workshop will include exercises, discussions
of craft, and optional reading and writing
assignments. Numerous poems written in this
workshop have won awards and appeared in
literary magazines and the poets’ books from
Persea and other presses. Please register at
Callanwolde, then for opening discussion, please
email two poems marked “Poetry Workshop” to
[email protected] by March 14. Also, please bring
8 copies of each poem to the first class meeting.
Adults only; open to all levels. Max. 8.
Textiles
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Poetry Workshop
C O U R A G E
fall 2014
Writing
T R A D I T I O N
D I S C I P L I N E
Intermediate Handbuilding*
For a continuation of the winter session, the
intermediate weavers will weave their gray
structures from winter quarter into color, or a
project of their choice. Intermediate students
should come to the first class prepared to discuss
their ideas and yarns to execute the project. Min.
6, max. 9.
Instructor:
Fee:
TEX205
Christine Stanton
$170 members/$185 non-members
Tuesdays, March 24 - May 19 (skip April 7)
6:30 - 9:00 p.m. 8 weeks
www.callanwolde.org
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class schedule
Grey Turns to Color: Composition
Intermediate Floor Loom Weaving
C O M M I T M E N T
Weaving by Christine Stanton
Those with at least two quarters handbuilding
experience will learn more advanced non-wheel
techniques. Emphasis placed on form, surface and
expression.
Intermediate Pottery*
Students will learn to refine their wheel-throwing
technique, with emphasis on enhancing
the thrown form. At least two quarters of
throwing experience, plus a basic knowledge of
handbuilding is recommended.
Introduction to the potter’s wheel, for beginning
and intermediate students. Basic throwing skills
will be taught, as well as design and decorative
techniques for functional pottery forms.
Mondays, March 30 - May 18
POT205 Intermediate Handbuilding
POT206 Intermediate Pottery (Soda Firing)
Tuesdays, March 31 - May 19
POT207 Handbuilding
POT208 Pottery on the Wheel
Sandy Culp
Bill Buckner
Mike Klapthor
Jennie Ashcraft
Ana Vizurraga
Vernon Smith
Glenn Dair
*New students to Callanwolde Pottery must
enroll in Handbuilding or Pottery on the Wheel,
regardless of prior experience.
Thursdays, April 2 - May 21
POT212 Handbuilding
POT213 Pottery on the Wheel
Laurie Steele
Eric Strange
MORNINGS 9:30 a.m. - Noon
Fridays, April 3 - May 22
POT214 Handbuilding
POT215 Pottery on the Wheel
Angela Bush
Mary Cobb
Mondays, March 30 - May 18
POT201 Handbuilding
Glenn Dair
Tuesdays, March 31 - May 19
POT202 Pottery on the Wheel
Glenn Dair
Wednesdays, April 1 - May 20
POT203 Intermediate Handbuilding
Glenn Dair
Thursdays, April 2 - May 21
POT204 Intermediate Pottery
Glenn Dair
Pottery Workshop
Raku Firing with Rick Berman
This hands-on firing workshop will help
participants learn to control the effects of copperbased and crackle raku glazes. Participants may
bring a maximum of ten bisque-fired pieces to
fire (no slip-cast work, plates, or large flats, and
no bowls over 6” in diameter). All glazes and firing
included. Bring lunch! Min. 8, max. 10
Instructor: Fee: POT216
Handbuilding
Pottery on the Wheel
EVENINGS 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Wednesdays, April 1 - May 20
POT209 Handbuilding
POT210 Intermediate Pottery
POT211 Studio Procedures ($85/$95)
Adult Pottery
Recommended first clay course. All levels will
learn the expressive potential of pinch, coil, and
slab construction.
I M A G I N A T I O N
Rick Berman
$100 members/$110 non-members
Saturday, May 30
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
1 day
Raku Workshop
with Rick Berman
POTTERY FEES & SUPPLIES
Unless otherwise noted, fees are:
185 members/$200 non-members
$
The tuition includes a $40 fee, which covers
the cost of 25-lb. bag of stoneware clay,
glazes, and 2,000 cubic inches of glaze firing.
Additional clay and tools may be purchased
from the Pottery Department. Firing
methods include Raku, cone six oxidation,
Salt, Soda, and cone ten reduction.
All work fired at Callanwolde must be
produced in the Pottery Program studios
(no outside work allowed). Students may
access the studios on weekends and most
afternoons for practice at no additional cost.
ALL ADULT POTTERY CLASSES ARE 8 WEEKS
MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT PER CLASS
IS 12 STUDENTS
This hands-on firing workshop will help participants learn to control the effects of
copper-based and crackle raku glazes. Spend the day with other pottery enthusiasts
practicing this incredible firing technique. Participants may bring a maximum of ten
bisque-fired pots to fire (no slip-cast work, plates or large flats, please). All glazes and
firing included. Bring a sack lunch.
980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-872-5338
Callanwolde.org
Saturday, May 30
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Visit us online: Callanwolde.org
I N N O V A T I O N
T R A D I T I O N
C O U R A G E
Callanwolde Registration
Spring Quarter 2015 Registration begins Monday, February 23, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.
STUDENT AGE REQUIREMENTS:
Financial Need Scholarships:
All classes are for students 18 years and older unless the listing
describes them as for children or teens. See course descriptions for
details.
Callanwolde offers scholarships based on financial need for all of
our classes and programs. To find out more information, please call
404-872-5338 or email [email protected]
CANCELLATIONS:
MAILING LIST:
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:
Registrations are accepted in the Callanwolde Administrative
Offices between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Students may register:
CONFIRMATION:
(2) by telephone with credit card, call 404.872.5338.
Due to postage costs, students DO NOT receive confirmation of
registration. Unless you are otherwise notified by telephone, classes
will start on the days, dates and times listed in this course catalog.
(3) in person.
(4) by mail; registrations may be mailed in early and will be
processed on November 10. To register by mail, complete the form
below and send check or credit card information to:
Registration
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
980 Briarcliff Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
REFUND POLICY: PLEASE READ ME
To withdraw from a class:
• Students must notify the registration office by phone,
mail, or in person; e-mails are not acceptable notification for
withdrawal.
Make checks payable to CALLANWOLDE. No post-dated checks will be
accepted. Callanwolde will charge $15.00 for each returned check.
• Students must notify the registration office at least five
business days before the first class meeting in order to receive a
refund less a $20.00 withdrawal fee per class.
Please note: Registrations are not accepted by fax or e-mail.
• NO REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS WILL BE MADE AFTER THAT TIME.
Contracts are already signed with the instructors, who are paid
according to the number of students registered.
ABSENTEE POLICY:
Callanwolde is not responsible for classes missed due to student
absence. Please discuss unavoidable absences with the instructor.
• Refunds take 1–2 weeks to process.
Inclement Weather Policy
Monday-Friday: Callanwolde will be closed and classes will be cancelled if DeKalb County Schools
are closed due to inclement weather. Watch your local TV stations for information on school closings.
Saturday: Our phone message will announce any cancellations. Call 404.872.5338 for information.
MEMBERSHIP LEVELS & INFORMATION:
Callanwolde members provide annual support of the Arts Center
including its art education and outreach programs and preserving
the national historic Callanwolde estate. We are extremely grateful
for their contributions and excited to expand membership benefits,
creating opportunities for Callanwolde community members to
make a greater impact and enjoy more access.
Depending on your preferred membership level, benefits can include:
· Discounts on classes
· Free tickets to special events
· Early registration privileges
· Complimentary room rentals
· And much more!
To become a member and receive immediate discounts on your
classes, please fill out the form below. When you enclose payment,
you may select the lower member rate for your classes. Enclose
both your membership request and class payment in order to
receive the discount. Memberships are valid for one calendar year,
and apply to those classes for which you register from this date.
Memberships are not retroactive.
Visit the Callanwolde website for membership levels and their
benefits at www.callanwolde.org, or call: 404-872-5338.
Yes, I’d like to become a member!
CALLANWOLDE REGISTRATION FORM
All members receive $5 discount to all events and concerts, discounts on classes,
and more. See callanwolde.org/giving/membership/ or call 404-872-5338
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mail to:
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
980 Briarcliff Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
PUBLICITY WAIVER: Occasionally, Callanwolde takes photos of classes or
events for publicity purposes. If you prefer not to have your picture or your
child’s picture taken during such an event, please tell the photographer or
notify the Publicity Office in advance.
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(1) online at www.callanwolde.org.
Students are automatically placed on the mailing list. If you wish to
receive e-mails about events at Callanwolde, include your e-mail
address on the form.
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Callanwolde Fine Arts Center reserves the right to cancel any class
due to insufficient enrollment. Full refunds are issued for cancelled
classes. We make every effort to notify students of postponements
and cancellations at least 24 hours before the first scheduled class.
Dates and times are subject to change as necessary. Callanwolde
may elect to postpone a class in order to accept additional
registrations to meet minimum enrollment requirements.
fall 2014
Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note
that no student’s space will be held without full payment of all
class fees. Registrations mailed in early will not be processed
until the first day of registration. Registrations are accepted up to
the first day of each class if space is available; however, please
register 1 week before class begins. Credit card payments are
automatically deposited and cannot be used to hold a space until
cash or check payments are delivered.
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Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
980 Briarcliff Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
404.872.5338
www.callanwolde.org
TIME DATED MATERIAL
Callanwolde Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 10AM-8PM Saturdays 10AM-3PM Closed Sundays
Create something new and exciting. Work side-by-side with world-class visual and
performing artists. Study both traditional and cutting-edge art forms. Engage in the life
of your community through creation and performance. Explore your art form’s boundaries.
Disseminate: Paintings
by Kellie Romany
March 13 – May 8, 2015
Opening reception:
Friday, March 13, 7-9 PM
Free for Callanwolde members
General admission: $5
Gallery Hours
Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 8 PM
Saturday 10 AM - 3 PM
www.kellieromany.com
KELLIE ROMANY is a painter. Her works are elemental, corporal, and free from artificiality in both
color and form. The auras, color, bleeds, clots, rings, and rippling waveforms in her work recall
bodily forms, natural phenomena, and race.
Passage
Oil on Canvas
46” X 46”, 2014
Romany’s approach to painting is as physical and bare as her work: she manipulates the tint with
her hands, watching for rather than forcing reactions. When working on a large scale she rushes
from one end of the canvas to the next, catching and re-distributing the movement and placement
of color to build layers over time. Fragments of thought from her family, news that engages
femininity, and sincere curiosity about how to comprehend all the inherent contradictions of her
experience inform Romany’s painting. Romany received a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting from
the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011 and a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Maryland
Institute College of Art in 2008. Romany has exhibited both nationally and internationally,
including Stan McCollum Gallery in Atlanta, Sullivan Galleries in Chicago, Parade Ground Gallery in
New York, Amel Bourouina Gallery in Berlin, Germany, and Minninger Gallery in Cologne, Germany.