Wednesday Open Art Studio
Our classroom studio is open to members who enjoy setting up an easel and doing their own thing. Our “Wednesday Group” is a group which likes to work together so they can share lunch and do their art work. Many say they get more done with friends than they would at home by themselves. You may come and visit or try your hand at something. They are always willing to help the beginner get started.
The group meets at NOON on Wednesdays.
Pottery Barn – Saturday Hours
The pottery barn at Southern Indiana Center for the arts will be open every Saturday from 11:00-1:00 for youth and from 1:00-3:00 for adults. This will be an open studio and students are encourages to bring their own ideas and let our trained pottery instructors help you develop them into your own personal masterpiece. SICA is happy to help you complete for your local 4-H fair pottery projects. “Pottery is a multi-step process and it does take about three to four weeks to get those projects complete before the fair.” Said Betty Johnson, Resident Pottery Instructor. Come and see us in June for all your fair needs.
The pottery barn will continue to be open on Thursday nights for additional instruction by prepaid reservation only. Come check us out for all your pottery needs. Cost for a session is a low as $20.00 for non-members and $16.00 for members.
For more information please call 812-522-2278
Ballet Classes Offered Weekly
Professional Dance Instructor, Carin Spalla, will be offering affordable beginner and intermediate ballet classes at the Southern Indiana Center for the Arts.
Children’s Classes: will be held on Wednesday evenings – Starting September 6, 2017 from 4:15 to 7:00 pm, for ages 5 and up.
Cost: SICA members pay $20 per month for a half hour class and $30 per month for 45 minutes.
Instructor: Carin Spalla has 25 years teaching experience.
Carin Spalla began dancing at the age of 4 in Racine, WI. She studied William Reilly, dancing with the Milwaukee Symphony, the Milwaukee Opera Company and the Mid-America Dance Theatre among others.
Carin moved to Seymour in 1996 and studied at Dancer’s Studio in Columbus, teaching ballet and performing.
In 2004 she began teaching ballet at Christie’s Dance Studio in Columbus, expanding the classes and adding a technique program. She also choreographed a ballet for Columbus Symphony’s live performance of “Sampson & Delilah’s Bacchanal.”
Carin is classically trained in Russian ballet technique, and has training in jazz, lyrical, tap and modern dance.
Registration is for the School Year, now through May 2018
There will be a recital in May for the public to attend.
Please call for details! (812) 522-2278
Hourly private sessions can be arranged at the student’s convenience.
- Drawing “Perspective, Composition, Dimensional”
- Painting from the Old Masters to new Artist techniques
- Art contests
- Free form art fun
Class cost is $20 per hour.