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194 Hammonds Lane
Brooklyn Park, MD 21225
Phone: 410-636-6597
Email: info@chesapeakearts.org

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Spring Semester Class Schedules

Need a reminder?
Find your spring semester class schedule here:

Spring is in the Air! (Kids clay)3/21-5/9 (no class 5/2)
Basic Pottery Wheel1/28-4/22 
Intermediate Pottery Wheel1/27-4/21
Creative Handbuilding3/16-5/4
Tiny Toes: Mommy & Me1/10-5/9
Creative Movement 11/10-5/16
Creative Movement 21/10-5/16
Pre-Ballet1/10-5/9
Ballet 1&21/14-5/13
Jazz 1&21/14-5/13
Tai Chi Chuan2/24-5/12
Drawing for Kids & Teens2/4-4/29
Painting 14/16-5/21
Getting Paid to Talk5/6

Questions? Please call the CAC office at 410-636-6597 or email Mollie at mmcelwain@chesapeakearts.org.

phone
12:00 am
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Painting 1 - Spring 2015

Painting 1 Spring 2015

Painting 1
Ages: 12 - 15
Instructor: Lisa Coddington


We are going to follow the steps involved in creating a representational (what you see in front of you) painting from charcoal sketching, setting up a palette, missing color, using brushes/palette knife, creating an initial tonal sketch on canvas through to apply paint. Along the way, we will make numerous sketches, studies, and several paintings.

 

Class Code

Day

Date

# Sessions

Time

ART 610a

Thurs

Feb 5-Mar 12

6

4:15pm-5:30pm

ART 610b

Thurs

Apr 16-May 21

6

4:15pm-5:30pm


CAC Members: 85.00
Non-Members: $110.00

Register
4:15 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Mill Stories

Mill Stories
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Doors 5:30pm | Show 6:00pm
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Free Admission

JOIN US for an event focusing on two Baltimore communities and their shared legacies of industrial development: Brooklyn-Curtis Bay and Sparrows Point. The event will feature Mapping Baybrook, a media-based documentation of projects in Brooklyn-Curtis Bay and a film screening of Mill Stories: Remembering Sparrows Point Steel Mill. Members of the Sparrows Point and Brooklyn-Curtis Bay communities will also discuss the challenges they face and possible futures.

For more information visit baltimoretraces.org

phone
6:00 pm
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Getting Paid to Talk - Spring 2015

Getting Paid to Talk

Getting Paid to Talk
Ages: Adult
Instructor: Voice Coaches

Ever been told you have a great voice? From audio books and cartoons to documentaries, commercials, and more, this class will introduce you to the growing field of voice over. Learn what the pros look for, how to prepare, and where to find work in your area! We'll discuss industry pros and cons and play samples from working voice professionals. In addition, you'll have an opportunity to record a short professional script under the direction of our teacher. This class is lots of fun, realistic, and a great first step for anyone interested in the voice over field.

Class Code

Day

Date

# Sessions

Time

THA 503

Wed

May 6

1

6:30pm-9:00pm


Course Tuition: $30
Register
6:30 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Town Hall Tuesday Meeting

Chesapeake Arts Center Presents:
Town Hall Tuesday
"Building the Town that Built Me"
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
6:00pm-7:00pm
at the Chesapeake Arts Center
In Studio 194 Theatre
with speaker: Belinda Fraley Huesman, Chesapeake Arts Center, Executive Director
Free Admission

Chesapeake Arts Center intends to use the arts to bring social change to our area, to combine resources, highlight postitive initiatives and all who work on behalf of this community. Town Hall Tuesdays will always be on the second Tuesday of each month.

We encourage neighbors, community leaders, businesses, churches and schools to participate in this event.

Please RSVP to Deb Hofler at DHofler@Chesapeakearts.org
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6:00 pm
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Imagination Stage, Blue

BLUE

The Chesapeake Arts Center
& Imagination Stage Presents:
BLUE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Show 10:30am & 11:45am
Ages 1-5
Tickets: Adult $10.00; Children 12 & under $5.00


Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED! In this interactive show, two friends find fun in every color of the rainbow! Ages 1-5


Purchase
10:30 am
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Imagination Stage, Blue

BLUE

The Chesapeake Arts Center
& Imagination Stage Presents:
BLUE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Show 10:30am & 11:45am
Ages 1-5
Tickets: Adult $10.00; Children 12 & under $5.00


Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED! In this interactive show, two friends find fun in every color of the rainbow! Ages 1-5


Purchase
11:45 am
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Imagination Stage, Blue

BLUE

The Chesapeake Arts Center
& Imagination Stage Presents:
BLUE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Show 10:30am & 11:45am
Ages 1-5
Tickets: Adult $10.00; Children 12 & under $5.00


Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED! In this interactive show, two friends find fun in every color of the rainbow! Ages 1-5


Purchase
10:30 am
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Imagination Stage, Blue

BLUE

The Chesapeake Arts Center
& Imagination Stage Presents:
BLUE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Show 10:30am & 11:45am
Ages 1-5
Tickets: Adult $10.00; Children 12 & under $5.00


Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED! In this interactive show, two friends find fun in every color of the rainbow! Ages 1-5


Purchase
11:45 am
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Imagination Stage, Blue

BLUE

The Chesapeake Arts Center
& Imagination Stage Presents:
BLUE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Show 10:30am & 11:45am
Ages 1-5
Tickets: Adult $10.00; Children 12 & under $5.00


Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED! In this interactive show, two friends find fun in every color of the rainbow! Ages 1-5


Purchase
10:30 am
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

Imagination Stage, Blue

BLUE

The Chesapeake Arts Center
& Imagination Stage Presents:
BLUE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
In the Studio 194 Theatre
Show 10:30am & 11:45am
Ages 1-5
Tickets: Adult $10.00; Children 12 & under $5.00


Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED! In this interactive show, two friends find fun in every color of the rainbow! Ages 1-5


Purchase
11:45 am
Studio 194 Brooklyn Park, MD

The Wizard of Oz

Sunset Elementary School Presents:
The Wizard of Oz
at the Chesapeake Arts Center
Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 7:00pm
Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 3:00pm
in the Hammonds Lane Theatre
All Ages!
Tickets: $8.00 Adult ; $6.00 Child

Like so many girls her age, little Dorothy Gale of Kansas dreams of what lies over the rainbow. One day a twister hits her farm and carries her away over the rainbow to another world. Come join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and Toto as they travel the universe of Dorothy’s imagination.

Dorothy Gale lives on a Kansas farm with her aunt and uncle. She keeps getting in the way while the adults work, so she finds a quiet place where she won’t get into any trouble —Over The Rainbow. The girl is upset when the mean Miss Gulch comes to take her dog Toto away.

However, Toto escapes and joins Dorothy as she runs away from the farm. They meet the kind Professor Marvel, who convinces Dorothy to go back home. When a cyclone hits, Dorothy and Toto seek shelter in her room, where Dorothy is accidentally hit on the head.

When she wakes up, her house has been carried to The Land of Oz, where it lands on and fatally strikes the Wicked Witch of the East, freeing the Munchkins from the Witch’s power — Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead. The Wicked Witch of the West comes to avenge her sister’s death and to claim her sister’s magic ruby slippers, only to find them on Dorothy’s feet, where the Witch can’t get to them. Dorothy wants to go back home to Kansas, but the Munchkins tell her she must seek help from the Wizard of Oz. So Dorothy is off to see the Wizard — Yellow Brick Road.

Along the way she meets three new friends and travel companions. The Scarecrow explains why he needs to see the Wizard in If I Only Had A Brain. The Tinman joins them because his life would be better If I Only Had A Heart and the Lion comes along — If I Only Had The Nerve. The group reaches a haunted forest filled with jitterbugs that spook them and make them dance until they all collapse from exhaustion — Jitterbug. Then they arrive at the Merry Old Land Of Oz, but the Wizard refuses at first to meet them. The Wicked Witch threatens them again, and they are finally brought to see the Wizard, who will help them only if they prove themselves worthy by bringing him the Witch’s broomstick. So off the foursome goes, through a haunted forest to the land of the Winkies, who guard the Wicked Witch’s castle.

In the forest some winged monkeys capture Dorothy and Toto and take them to the castle, where the Wicked Witch again fails to get the ruby slippers off Dorothy’s feet and threatens to drown Toto. But Toto escapes, just as the Lion, Scarecrow and Tinman come to rescue Dorothy. The Wicked Witch becomes even meaner and threatens the Scarecrow with fire on her broomstick. Dorothy throws a bucket of water at the fire and ends up dousing the Wicked Witch, who screams and melts into nothing. — Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead. The foursome take the broomstick back to the Wizard, who is revealed as just an ordinary man hiding behind a curtain.

At a graduation ceremony, the Wizard makes the Scarecrow a Doctor of Thinkology, the Lion a member of the Legion of Courage and gives the Tinman a heart-shaped watch. He offers to take Dorothy back to Kansas in his hot-air balloon, but the balloon accidentally takes off without Dorothy and Toto. The good witch Glinda explains to Dorothy how to get home: All she has to do is close her eyes, tap her heels together three times and repeat “there’s no place like home.” Back in Kansas the storm is over. Dorothy wakes up confused, but soon realizes that there really is “no place like home.”

Performance performed by the children at Sunset Elementary School
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7:00 pm
Hammonds Lane Theatre Brooklyn Park, MD

The Wizard of Oz

Sunset Elementary School Presents:
The Wizard of Oz
at the Chesapeake Arts Center
Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 7:00pm
Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 3:00pm
in the Hammonds Lane Theatre
All Ages!
Tickets: $8.00 Adult ; $6.00 Child

Like so many girls her age, little Dorothy Gale of Kansas dreams of what lies over the rainbow. One day a twister hits her farm and carries her away over the rainbow to another world. Come join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and Toto as they travel the universe of Dorothy’s imagination.

Dorothy Gale lives on a Kansas farm with her aunt and uncle. She keeps getting in the way while the adults work, so she finds a quiet place where she won’t get into any trouble —Over The Rainbow. The girl is upset when the mean Miss Gulch comes to take her dog Toto away.

However, Toto escapes and joins Dorothy as she runs away from the farm. They meet the kind Professor Marvel, who convinces Dorothy to go back home. When a cyclone hits, Dorothy and Toto seek shelter in her room, where Dorothy is accidentally hit on the head.

When she wakes up, her house has been carried to The Land of Oz, where it lands on and fatally strikes the Wicked Witch of the East, freeing the Munchkins from the Witch’s power — Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead. The Wicked Witch of the West comes to avenge her sister’s death and to claim her sister’s magic ruby slippers, only to find them on Dorothy’s feet, where the Witch can’t get to them. Dorothy wants to go back home to Kansas, but the Munchkins tell her she must seek help from the Wizard of Oz. So Dorothy is off to see the Wizard — Yellow Brick Road.

Along the way she meets three new friends and travel companions. The Scarecrow explains why he needs to see the Wizard in If I Only Had A Brain. The Tinman joins them because his life would be better If I Only Had A Heart and the Lion comes along — If I Only Had The Nerve. The group reaches a haunted forest filled with jitterbugs that spook them and make them dance until they all collapse from exhaustion — Jitterbug. Then they arrive at the Merry Old Land Of Oz, but the Wizard refuses at first to meet them. The Wicked Witch threatens them again, and they are finally brought to see the Wizard, who will help them only if they prove themselves worthy by bringing him the Witch’s broomstick. So off the foursome goes, through a haunted forest to the land of the Winkies, who guard the Wicked Witch’s castle.

In the forest some winged monkeys capture Dorothy and Toto and take them to the castle, where the Wicked Witch again fails to get the ruby slippers off Dorothy’s feet and threatens to drown Toto. But Toto escapes, just as the Lion, Scarecrow and Tinman come to rescue Dorothy. The Wicked Witch becomes even meaner and threatens the Scarecrow with fire on her broomstick. Dorothy throws a bucket of water at the fire and ends up dousing the Wicked Witch, who screams and melts into nothing. — Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead. The foursome take the broomstick back to the Wizard, who is revealed as just an ordinary man hiding behind a curtain.

At a graduation ceremony, the Wizard makes the Scarecrow a Doctor of Thinkology, the Lion a member of the Legion of Courage and gives the Tinman a heart-shaped watch. He offers to take Dorothy back to Kansas in his hot-air balloon, but the balloon accidentally takes off without Dorothy and Toto. The good witch Glinda explains to Dorothy how to get home: All she has to do is close her eyes, tap her heels together three times and repeat “there’s no place like home.” Back in Kansas the storm is over. Dorothy wakes up confused, but soon realizes that there really is “no place like home.”

Performance performed by the children at Sunset Elementary School
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3:00 pm
Hammonds Lane Theatre Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Voice -Summer 2015

Private Voice(a) - Summer 2015

Private Voice
Ages: 7-Adult
Instructor Michael Gellert

ALL SKILL LEVELS. Learn vocal techinques that improve breath control & develop confidence. Sing songs of your choice. Students are expected to bring sheet music and isntrumental accompaniment CD. *No class on 76
sold out
4:00 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Guitar - Summer 2015

Private Guitar(a) - Summer 2015

Private Guitar
Ages: 8-Adult
Instructor: Rick LaRocca

Beginning level students will learn the rudiments of music and guitar playing. Folk style. Students must have a guitar. Supply fee for books up to $20 based on instructor's recommendation. *No class on 7/2

Class Code

Day

Date

# Sessions

Time

MUS 104a

Mon

Jun 1-Jul 13

6

4:00pm-8:00pm

MUS 104b

Mon

Jul 27-Aug 31

6

4:00pm-8:00pm


CAC Member: $150.00
Non-Member: $175.00
Register
4:00 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Guitar - Summer 2015

Private Guitar(a) - Summer 2015

Private Guitar
Ages: 8-Adult
Instructor: Rick LaRocca

Beginning level students will learn the rudiments of music and guitar playing. Folk style. Students must have a guitar. Supply fee for books up to $20 based on instructor's recommendation. *No class on 7/2

Class Code

Day

Date

# Sessions

Time

MUS 104a

Mon

Jun 1-Jul 13

6

4:00pm-8:00pm

MUS 104b

Mon

Jul 27-Aug 31

6

4:00pm-8:00pm


CAC Member: $150.00
Non-Member: $175.00
Register
4:30 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Voice -Summer 2015

Private Voice(a) - Summer 2015

Private Voice
Ages: 7-Adult
Instructor Michael Gellert

ALL SKILL LEVELS. Learn vocal techinques that improve breath control & develop confidence. Sing songs of your choice. Students are expected to bring sheet music and isntrumental accompaniment CD. *No class on 76
Register
4:30 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Voice -Summer 2015

Private Voice(a) - Summer 2015

Private Voice
Ages: 7-Adult
Instructor Michael Gellert

ALL SKILL LEVELS. Learn vocal techinques that improve breath control & develop confidence. Sing songs of your choice. Students are expected to bring sheet music and isntrumental accompaniment CD. *No class on 76
Register
5:00 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Guitar - Summer 2015

Private Guitar(a) - Summer 2015

Private Guitar
Ages: 8-Adult
Instructor: Rick LaRocca

Beginning level students will learn the rudiments of music and guitar playing. Folk style. Students must have a guitar. Supply fee for books up to $20 based on instructor's recommendation. *No class on 7/2

Class Code

Day

Date

# Sessions

Time

MUS 104a

Mon

Jun 1-Jul 13

6

4:00pm-8:00pm

MUS 104b

Mon

Jul 27-Aug 31

6

4:00pm-8:00pm


CAC Member: $150.00
Non-Member: $175.00
sold out
5:00 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD

Private Guitar - Summer 2015

Private Guitar(a) - Summer 2015

Private Guitar
Ages: 8-Adult
Instructor: Rick LaRocca

Beginning level students will learn the rudiments of music and guitar playing. Folk style. Students must have a guitar. Supply fee for books up to $20 based on instructor's recommendation. *No class on 7/2

Class Code

Day

Date

# Sessions

Time

MUS 104a

Mon

Jun 1-Jul 13

6

4:00pm-8:00pm

MUS 104b

Mon

Jul 27-Aug 31

6

4:00pm-8:00pm


CAC Member: $150.00
Non-Member: $175.00
sold out
5:30 pm
Classrooms Brooklyn Park, MD
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