View the 2013 Fall Class Catalog - Fairmount Center for the Arts

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View the 2013 Fall Class Catalog - Fairmount Center for the Arts

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8400 Fairmount RoadNovelty, Ohio 44072440.338.3171www.fairmountcenter.orgFall 2013 Class CatalogSESSION 1: September 3 to October 20SESSION 2: October 21 to December 8A NOTE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTORWhat a time to be at Fairmount Center! Our summer programs were a hugesuccess - enrollment was up more than 30 percent from 2012 and we taughtmore new students and families than we have in years. But is Fairmount restingon its laurels and waiting to see how our fall turns out? No way! We arecoming at you this fall with a brand new catalog format, designed to share alittle more of the magic that takes place at the Center each day. Welcome to aFairmount Center catalog filled with interesting stories about our students andteachers, information on our many special events and productions, and moreclasses than we have offered in years.Best Regards,Jessica Leary AllenVolunteers Needed: Fairmount Center isseeking volunteers to help support:• Fall cleaning day – Donate an afternoon or two to help us clean out files,closets and more. A great way to give a little time on your schedule andmake a big difference.• Fairmount Art Auction – Join the event committee to help recruit artistparticipants, promote the event, volunteer to set up and clean up, or more!The event will take place at Fairmount Center on November 9. Volunteersget early access to the auction. Contact chair, Karen Jordan, at kjordan4@aol.com to learn more.• Fairmount fall dance performance – Parents and other volunteersare needed to help with our new fall dance concert which will take placeSaturday, November 23rd, 7pm at the Performing Arts Center at ChagrinFalls High School. Please email Fairmount Dance Theatre Director JulieHarmon to learn more about how to help at julieannaharmon@aol.com.• Art gallery shows – Do you have a few hours to spare during the day?Are you interested in local art and helping Fairmount bring local artists infor shows? Get involved on our gallery committee which helps create avision for our art gallery and then help solicit artists to show with us. EmailSarah Lenk at slenk@fairmountcenter.org or call 440.338.3171 for more.Need a great space for your event?Think Fairmount!Fairmount Center makes a terrific space for parties, showers, familygatherings and club meetings. Our rental prices are reasonable andinclude use of our kitchen (fit for catering!), parking lot, and more.Interested in learning more? Call 440.338.3171ART AUCTIONSAVE THE DATE!Fairmount Center’s Art Auction!Back by popular demand. Thisspecial evening will feature silent andlive auctions of paintings, drawings,photographs, digital art, 3D piecesand more.Saturday, November 97 to 10 p.m.Details will be posted in September atwww.fairmountcenter.org.Looking for the latestFairmount Center news?Fairmount is pleased to share two terrificways to stay in the know on Fairmounthappenings:Our Facebook page is updated frequentlyand includes special class offerings, ticketdiscounts, special event announcementsand more. LIKE US at www.facebook.com/FairmountCenterfortheArts.Fairmount is pleased to announce thecreation of our new newsletter, emailedto our students and friends about every sixweeks. We promise we won’t clutter yourinbox and we promise to deliver you auser-friendly newsletter full of informationabout our classes and events. Emailinfo@fairmountcenter.org and type“NEWSLETTER” in the subject to beadded to our email list.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 3


Meet the Staff!Jessica Leary Allen, Executive DirectorJessica has been at Fairmount Center since July 2011 but firstwalked through the Fairmount doors more than 30 years ago asa Kinderdance student. Raised with a deep appreciation for thearts and the value of an art education, Jessica grew up playingthe French horn and piano and tried her hand at everything fromceramics to musical theatre to creative writing. She earned her BS in journalism fromOhio University and returned there to complete her masters in public administrationwhere she focused on non-profit administration. Jessica’s passions include travel,cooking, outdoor walks, live music with her husband, and hanging out with herkindergarten son and identical twin daughters, age 3. A closet spelling and grammarnut, her pet peeve is sloppy grammar.Sarah Lenk, Office ManagerSarah graduated from the Ohio State University in 2007 with aBachelor’s Degree in Art. She currently lives with her husband Alex,a chef, and their goldendoodle puppy, Louie, in Chesterland. At29, she still does not know what she wants to do when she is“grown up” but knows it has to do with her favorite thing, art. In herspare time, Sarah loves to go camping with friends, watch movies and work in herart studio. Her least favorite things are cleaning up after her loving husband, runningand tapioca. She likes to keep an open mind and will try anything once.Her favorite quote is:Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrityof purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures ofthe commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.- Cecil BeatonMarilyn Vlah, Administrative Assistant“I have been involved in the non-profit world a good part of myworking life. I worked in non-profit prior to Fairmount and findthat being at Fairmount is quite special! My children took variousclasses when they were young so I knew of Fairmount prior to myemployment. My daughter is in the arts today so being here musthave stuck” says Marilyn. Marilyn is now retired but staying home is not her thing.She believes a passion for what you do is #1 in life. Number #2…a good sense ofhumor.Melanie Reda, Office AssistantMelanie started working this summer at the Fairmount Center.Though her siblings claimed all of the artistic talent in her family,she still has a strong appreciation for the talents that others areable to foster through dance, music, and art. Melanie was bornand raised on the east side of Cleveland and despite some adventures in Australiaand Guatemala, she keeps coming back. After graduating from Ohio NorthernUniversity with a BS in International Business and Economics, she went on to continueher master’s studies at Southern New Hampshire University in Community EconomicDevelopment. After 2 years living in Guatemala as a Peace Corps Volunteer, Melanieis also fluent in Spanish. She hopes to join the Spanish dance class as soon as shecan find the time in her crazy schedule.Meet our FacultyCheck out our website,www.fairmountcenter.org to find outmore about our great instructors!A heartfelt thankyou to our dedicatedBoard of Trustees andAdvisory Board:Board of TrusteesGrant Cleveland, PresidentMelanie MaloneyToby MaloneyJeff WeissAdvisory BoardLaura Cleveland, ChairJill ArslanianTracie GuggenheimKaren JordanLibby LubingerWEATHER CLOSINGSClasses held at FairmountCenter for the Arts are canceled due toweather if West Geauga schools areclosed. Classes meeting after noon willtake place if roads have been cleared.Classes held at our satellite locations willbe decided by the instructor andnotified accordingly.4Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


In the Galleries, 2013Susan Gray Bé,Art Gallery DirectorAt Fairmount Center for the Arts, we welcome emerging artists, as well as professionalregional artists to our galleries. In all exhibits, we strive to provoke discussion, challengethinking and evoke response in the viewer. Our informal gallery talks during the openingand closing artist receptions are free and open to the public. Due to ongoing danceclasses, limited viewing times are available. Please call 440.338.3171.At Fairmount GalleryKen Smith - Portraits andLandscapesSeptember 21 to October 30Reception: September 21, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pmAt Mayfield VillageCivic CenterARTSEGALLERYSeptember 14 to October 16Reception: October 5, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pmMy check to the Fairmount Center is enclosed:$50 $100 $500 $1,000 OtherMastercard Visa Amount $ _________________Card # _____________________________________________Exp. _________ 3 Digit Code _________ (on back of card)Supporting the ArtsFairmount Center’s 2013 Annual Drive DonationsAs of July 31, 2013Thank you! Your support of Fairmount helps bring the arts to our community each and every day!Director’s Circle • $1,000+Angelica BerrieGrant and Laura ClevelandDuneCraft, IncLibby LubingerMelanie and Toby MaloneyLarry and Pat PapeshLorry SzaboWilliam Weiss FoundationJeffery WeissCuyahoga Arts and CultureProducers • $500+Marsha and Jim BirdJenny and Glenn BrownThe Fontanelle Group, incProgressiveModroo Conservancy BoardMembers and NeighborsPatrons • $250+Anthony Cannata and theARC Creative GroupRick and Becky HallGary and Christy YoungSupporters • $100+William and Nancy CarlsonJoan GrahamSusan Gray BéTim HaasCarolyn and Steven KuerbitzJessica and Scott Leary-AllenPearce and Jill LearyLarry and Julia LoebMarilyn MainardiLuigi MarinoCrystal MurciaHelen B. RaicevichAmy RayTerry and Judy WengerFriends of FairmountFirst National BankLauraLee Aveda SalonsAdult Tappers ofFredrick MoodieFriends • $50+Victoria BelfiglioBruce CatalanoJohn and Mary FancherMichael GiarrizzoI want to support fairmount center for the artsName ________________________________________________Address _______________________________________________City ___________________________ State _____ Zip _________Phone ________________________________________________E-Mail ________________________________________________Please join us to help expand our excellence in artistry programming.Your support will help sustain the high quality of creative arts instruction that is the hallmark of the Fairmount Center.Jocelyn GribNancy HarveyJann and Ken HolzmanJan JonesSally A. LangLee and Art LearyMary and Dale LyndallRobert MorganKathryn K. PetersenAnne and Donald PrushaBrook RickettsonJoseph RochaWayne and Judith StofanKurt UpdegraffOlivia VujovicSamina YunusFall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 5


School of DanceCan’t find a dance classto fit your changing schedule?Try the pre-paid Dance/Fitness Card! Ten one-hourdance or fitness classes for $185 may be purchased at theoffice by adults 18 years or older. This is a conveniencefor the student who has a varied schedule and cannotattend class on a regular basis. Classes longer than onehour in length will be marked accordingly.Moving TogetherAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Children’s Dance18 months to 3 years, with caregiverTuesday, 9:30 am to 10:15 amMerlynne Hancock$89 per seven-week session or$159 for both sessions (14 weeks)Moving Together is the perfect first dance and movementclass for toddlers! Join your child for dance, music,singing, and more. Imaginative play and fun abound inthis energetic, fun class. Caregiver required and movementis low-impact making it perfect for grandparents, too.KinderdanceAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:2 to 3 yearsFriday, 9:15 am to 10:00 amFrederick Moodie3 to 4 yearsSaturday, 10:00 am to 10:45 amJordyn Henderson3 to 5 yearsMonday, 9:00 am to 9:45 amMonday, 2:00 pm to 2:45 pmMonday, 5:15 pm to 6:00 pmFriday, 10:00 am to 10:45 amFrederick Moodie4 to 5 yearsSaturday, 10:45 am to 11:30 amJordyn Henderson$99 per seven-week session or$179 for both sessions (14 weeks)Designed to introduce young students to basics of ballet andtap – an ideal class for young children who have shown aninterest in dance. Focuses on rhythm, basic movement, music,listening skills, and expression for our youngest students.Featured Student of the Season:Lauren Eickhoff, Kinderdanceand Art StudentLauren Eickhoff, age 3, may be one of Fairmount’syounger students but she is no stranger to the rangeof classes and workshops the Center offers! Lauren is a regular fixtureat Fairmount’s Friday morning Kinderdance class with Mr. Moodie andoften brings her entourage: Grandma, Grandpa, and Mom! She has takenseveral art classes and workshops and even hosted an art-themed thirdbirthday party earlier this year.Lauren and her parents, Leah and Eric, live in South Russell after relocatingto the area last year. “When we moved to Cleveland we wanted to finda place close to home where Lauren could explore her creative side andwe could meet other families,” Leah said. “Fairmount fits the bill – we feltwelcome from the moment we walked in the door.”Stop by the Center one Friday morning and see Lauren tap and turn withher Kinderdance class!6SESSION 1: September 3 to October 20SESSION 2: October 21 to December 8Break Dancing and Hip Hop - NEW!Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:5 to 12 yearsSaturday, 1:30 pm to 2:30 pmGeorge Elefteriou$99 per seven-week session or$179 for both sessions (14 weeks)SPECIAL! Drop-ins welcome for this new class. $15 drop-inrate payable at front desk prior to class. Learn break dancingbasics and have fun. Learn some mind blowing moves that willget you on your way to become a break dancer! Anyone cando it, don’t doubt yourself!Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of DanceTap BeginnerAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Teen/Adult Dance13 and upMonday, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm orTuesday, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pmFredrick Moodie$109 for seven-week sessions or$189 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)No prior dance experience required. This class explores theexcitement and energy of tap technique. Basic fundamentaltechniques will be taught in a fun atmosphere. Combinationswill be learned to showcase the student’s talents.Featured Teacher of the Season:Fredrick Moodie,Tap InstructorFredrick Moodie has been part of the Fairmount familyof instructors for three years. Starting in the Theatre Programteaching Theatre Tap Dance, his schedule quickly grewto include Beginning and Intermediate Dance Classes forchildren and adults. He was 18 when he started dance lessons at Karamu Houseand took play acting and dance classes while also attending Boyd BusinessCollege and working three jobs. After a while he decided acting was moredemanding then he had time for; so, he continued with dance classes. Whilein class at Karamu, sometimes he would see other students struggling to geta dance step the instructor was teaching. Mr. Moodie found himself thinking,“Gee, I think perhaps I can show/explain to others in an easier step-by-stepway.” It was years before his opportunity arrived to become an instructor. What’sMr. Moodie’s favorite part of being a dance instructor? “That’s easy…..the littlekids. Every day, they make my day. They lift my spirits and help bringout the very best in me.”Tap IntermediateAges: Teen to AdultDay/Time: Tuesday, 11:30 am to 12:30 pmInstructor:Fee:Fredrick Moodie$109 per seven-week session or$189 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)Some tap experience required. This class explores the excitementand energy of tap technique. Intermediate level explores moreadvanced combinations and faster pace. Go from classical andtraditional to grounded and jazzy.Featured Studentof the Season:Pat Papesh, Adult TapPat is a volunteer, a committee member of the FairmountArt Exhibition, a writer for the FairmountNewsletter’s Featured Teacher and also a student oftap instructor, Fredrick Moodie. “Tap Time is one of my favorite hoursof the week. I’ve been tapping at Fairmount about five years aftertrying three other studios. These wood floors are great; surrounded byworks of art is inspiring; and, the people become new friends. The flexibilityfits into my busy schedule as a Management Consultant/Coachand lover of travel.”A Treasure Today...• Living Rooms• Dining Rooms• Bedrooms • Curios• Bookcases• Cedar ChestsOne-of-a-Kind Handcrafted ItemsOak, Cherry & Hickory Furniture16403 Nauvoo Rd., Middlefield(One Mile East of Rt. 608)440-632-0248Mon-Sat 8am-5pm; Fri ‘til 6pm; Closed SundayAn Heirloom Tomorrow• Entertainment Centers• Hickory Rockers• Children’s Furniture• Computer DesksAnd Much, Much MoreRt. 608Nauvoo Rd.Rt. 87Rt. 528Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 7


School of DanceSpanish DanceJr. Spanish I - NEW!Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:10 and upThursday, 6:15 pm to 7:15 pmSandi Bohl$110 per seven-week session or$215 for both sessions (14 weeks)Learn Flamenco, Regional, Classical, and Escuela Bolerastyles.Spanish Dance Basics I & IIAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Teen to AdultWednesday, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pmLibby Lubinger$139 per seven-week session or$239 for both sessions (14 weeks)Learn Flamenco, Regional, Classical and Escuela Bolera styles.A wonderful first Spanish dance experience for those who likemusic and movement and with to explore this legendary art.Spanish III and CompanyAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Teen to AdultMonday, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pmLibby Lubinger$139 per seven-week session or$239 for both sessions (14 weeks)Fairmount Dance Theatre (FDT)Director: Julie HarmonFairmount Dance Theatre’s goals are toeducate youth, ages 5 to 18 years, inthe necessary skills in the performingarts, with emphasis on dance. This willinclude a commitment to technique,professionalism and performance skills.FDT wishes to bring the beauty of dance to the community andto provide professional training for aspiring young dancers. FDToffers a progressive curriculum of ballet, modern, jazz andtap techniques. All FDT students are required to attend ballettechnique class and levels IV and up are also required to takemodern technique class as well. Individual FDT classes areopen to all young dancers regardless of experience; studentsnew to the program may meet with the director to determinetheir placement. FDT students are expected to adhere to aprofessional attendance policy and dress code. Informationon both will be distributed at the first class of each session.PARTICIPATION IN ANY FDT CLASS IS OPEN TO STUDENTSWHETHER OR NOT THEY PERFORM WITH FDT. TEACHERSWILL PLACE STUDENTS IN THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL BASEDON INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUE AS WELL AS AGE. The fallPerformance is open to any student registered for a danceclass at Fairmount for the fall season.Learn Flamenco, Regional, Classical, and Escuela Bolerastyles. Emphasis on technique which includes compas, footwork,palmas, upper body and arms, castaneting.Spanish Company ClassAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:8Teen to AdultThursday, 7:15 pm to 9:00 pmSandi Bohl$159 per seven-week session or$279 for both sessions (14 weeks)The ultimate high energy dance ensemble.PROUDLY SPONSORINGFairmount CenterLEUTY NURSERYthe FONTANELLE15655 Chillicothe Roadgroup, Russell, OH inc 44072440-338-8020440-834-8900Leuty THE YARNELL Nursery15655 TREE Chillicothe CO RoadRussell, 440-543-8787 OH 44072330-562-0947440-338-8020FDT Ballet/Tap IAges:Day/Time:Instructor:5 to 6 yearsMonday, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pmJulie HarmonStudents will continue to build upon basic technique. Balletbarre and center will be stressed as well as introductorymovements in the center and across the floor. Rhythm, soundand clarity will be the main focus in tap. Prerequisite: A yearof PRE BALLET / TAP or KINDERDANCE or by permission ofinstructor.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of DanceFDT Ballet IIAges:Day/Time:Instructor:6 to 7 yearsThursday, 4:15 pm to 5:15 pmJulie HarmonBallet students will expand their vocabulary and techniquethrough work at the barre, center and across the floor.Movements will become more intricate.FDT Jazz/Tap IIAges:Day/Time:Instructor:6 to 7 yearsThursday, 5:15 pm to 6:15 pmFredrick MoodieThis class will have one half-hour designated for Jazz andone half hour for Tap each week. Students will learn thefundamentals of jazz technique and continue to build ontheir tap technique.FDT Ballet III (A)Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:8 to 11 yearsTuesday, 4:15 pm to 5:15 pmJulie HarmonStudents will start to focus on longer combinations andreinforce their ballet technique with a focus on proper alignmentand execution of new and previously learned movements.Students will learn more advanced movements at a fasterpace.FDT Ballet III (B)Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:8 to 11 yearsTuesday, 5:15 pm to 6:15 pmJulie HarmonStudents will build on basic ballet technique and willbegin to focus on proper alignment and execution ofcombinations while reviewing previously learned movementsallowing students to refine their skills.FDT Tap III (A)Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:8 to 11 yearsTuesday, 5:15 pm to 6:15 pmFredrick MoodieFocus is on multiple rhythms, sound and more intricatesteps and musicality.FDT Tap III (B)Ages: 8 to 11 yearsDay/Time: Tuesday, 6:15 pm to 7:00 pmInstructor: Fredrick MoodieFocus is on multiple rhythms, sound and basic steps andmusicality.FDT Modern/Jazz III (A)Ages: 8 to 11 yearsDay/Time: Tuesday, 6:15 pm to 7:15 pmInstructor: Lindsay PhillipsStudents will learn more intricate combinations and buildon their understanding of modern and jazz technique. Halfof each session will be dedicated to Modern technique andhalf to Jazz technique.FDT Modern/Jazz III (B)Ages: 8 to 11 yearsDay/Time: Tuesday, 4:15 pm to 5:15 pmInstructor: Lindsay PhillipsStudents will be introduced to the basic fundamentals ofmodern dance through floor and center work and willexpand on their understanding of jazz technique. Half ofeach session will be dedicated to Modern technique andhalf to Jazz technique.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 9


School of DanceFDT Ballet IVAges:Day/Time:Instructor:9 to 12 yearsTuesday, 6:15 pm to 7:30 pmJulie HarmonStudents have a strong base of technical ability whilecontinuing to grow. Students will be expected to focus onperformance quality.FDT Tap IVAges: 9 to 12 yearsDay/Time: Thursday, 4:15 pm to 5:15 pmInstructor: Fredrick MoodieFocus on advanced tapping and musicality.FDT Jazz IVAges: 9 to 12 yearsDay/Time: Tuesday, 5:15 pm to 6:15 pmInstructor: Lindsay PhillipsThis class will introduce the students to a variety ofjazz styles while improving technique and developingperformance quality.FDT Modern IVAges: 9 to 12 yearsDay/Time: Thursday, 5:15 pm to 6:15 pmInstructor: Julie HarmonStudents will become more grounded and free withmovement. This particular modern style is more releasedbased. The class is designed to develop technique, corestrength, improvisational skills and choreographic skills.Students will develop a better understanding of bodyawareness and improve performance quality.FDT Ballet VAges:Day/Time:Instructor:1012 to 18 yearsMonday, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pmJulie HarmonDay/Time: Wednesday, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pmInstructor: Tuni DeignanThis group of students has had prior training and experiencein ballet. Students will continue to expand their vocabularyand technique while increasing difficulty. Students willbe expected to know and communicate in the propervocabulary as well as perform to the best of their abilities.FDT Point VAges:Day/Time:Instructor:12 to 18 yearsMonday, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pmJulie HarmonBy permission of instructor. Students must take Ballet V &VI in order to participate.FDT Modern VAges:Day/Time:Instructor:12 to 18 yearsWednesday, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pmTuni DeignanThis class is designed to develop strong technique, corestrength, improvisational and choreographic skills. Studentswill develop a better understanding of body awarenessand improve performance quality.FDT Tap V/VIAges:Day/Time:Instructor:12 to 18 yearsMonday, 7:30 pm to 8:30 pmAmy DavisThis level of tap will work on more intricate steps whichinclude multiple sounds. Students will learn to focus onmusicality and understand how to perform various rhythmsform step to step.FDT Jazz V/VIAges: 12 to 18 yearsDay/Time:Instructor:Wednesday, 7:30 pm to 8:30 pmTuni DeignanThis class will focus on technique and performancequality through multiple styles of jazz and work to improveimprovisational and choreography skills.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of DanceFDT Ballet VIAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Date/Time:Instructor:12 to 18 yearsMonday, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pmTuni DeignanWednesday, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pmJulie HarmonThis group of students has had prior training and experiencein ballet. Students will continue to expand their vocabularyand technique while increasing difficulty. Students will beexpected to know and communicate in the proper vocabularyas well as perform to the best of their abilities.FDT Point VIAges: 12 to 18 yearsDay/Time: Wednesday, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pmInstructor: Julie HarmonBy permission of instructor. Students must take Ballet V & VIin order to participate.FDT Modern VIAges: 12 to 18 yearsDay/Time: Monday, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pmInstructor: Tuni DeignanStudents will become more grounded and free with movement.This particular modern style is more release based. Theclass is designed to develop technique, core strength,improvisational skills and choreographic skills. Studentswill develop a better understanding of body awareness andimprove performance quality.Fall 2013 FDT Session Tuition(per child)Hours ofDance/week0.75 hours1.00 hours1.25 hours1.50 hours1.75 hours2.00 hours2.25 hours2.50 hours2.75 hours3.00 hours3.25 hours3.50 hours3.75 hours4.00 hours4.25 hoursFTD Rehearsal FeeDate/Time: Friday, 4:00 pm to 7:30 pmSaturday, 12:30 pm to 4:00 pmLevel I $15Level IV $40Tuition$225$250$275$301$327$354$379$405$430$456$475$493$511$529$547Level II $25Level V $50Hours ofDance/week4.50 hours4.75 hours5.00 hours5.25 hours5.50 hours5.75 hours6.00 hours6.25 hours6.50 hours6.75 hours7.00 hours7.25 hours7.50 hours7.75 hours8.00 hoursTuition$565$583$604$622$640$658$675$692$709$726$745$763$781$801$819Level III $35Level VI $50Designing artistically creative &environmentally sensitive landscapes ...Always have and always will!440-834-1775Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 11


School of FitnessCan’t find a fitness classto fit your changing schedule?Try the pre-paid Dance/Fitness Card! Ten one-hourdance or fitness classes for $185 may be purchased at theoffice by adults 18 years or older. This is a conveniencefor the student who has a varied schedule and cannotattend class on a regular basis. Classes longer than onehour in length will be marked accordingly.BeMovedAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:12Teen to AdultWednesday, 11:00 am to 12:00 pmFriday, 10:00 am to 11:00 amTuni Deignan$99 per seven-week session or$179 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)This is a new dance fitness experience for adults of allages and skill levels. Designed by renowned choreographerSherry Zunker, BeMoved® brings your workout fullcircle, leaving you balanced in mind, body and soul – fellingrejuvenated. Classes will feature the Bollywood genre.These infectious dance moves will make you feel like you’reready to audition for the next Bollywood movie!Barre StretchAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Teen to AdultWednesday, 10:00 am to 11:00 amFriday, 9:00 am to 10:00 amTuni Deignan$99 per seven-week session,$179 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)This class focuses on tightening and toning major musclegroups using the methods of a ballet barre warm-up. Theseexercises target the hip, thigh, core and feet while emphasizingan overall lengthening of the body inherent in ballet presentation.Barre work appears easy, but it’s a powerhouse– affecting the ways you hold your posture while enhancingbalance, self-discipline, grace and self-confidence!SESSION 1: September 3 to October 20SESSION 2: October 21 to December 8Tai Chi IIAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:12 to AdultTuesday, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pmMichael Frost$139 per seven-week session or$239 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)Integrative Tai Chi (Temple Style) is a teaching method andcan be applied to all styles of movement training. In this sessionstudents will be introduced to Standing or StationaryTai Chi (Tai Chi QiGong I) and Stepping Tai Chi (Tai ChiQiGong II). This creates an effective template for learningthe beautiful Tai Chi Linking or connected form also knownas the Style of Wisdom, which is taught later in the course.YogaAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Teen to AdultWednesday and/or Friday8:00 am to 9:15 amMichael Murray on WednesdaysErin Cornell on FridaysNEW INTRODUCTORY PRICE!One day per week:$99 per seven-week session or$179 for both sessions (14 weeks) orTwo days per week:$179 per seven-week session or$329 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)Through gentle yoga postures, breath awareness and guided,deep relaxation, your body can restore, renew andheal itself. Experience increased flexibility, circulation,strength, stamina, balance and grace. Also, boost immunefunction, relax the nervous system, reduce stress, quiet themind and free the spirit. This class is for everyone. Pleasebring a yoga mat, blanket or pillow and a water bottle.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of FitnessChair PilatesAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:Adults OnlyThursday, 10:30 am to 11:30 amCarol Kelly$89 per seven-week session or$159 for both sessions (14 weeks) orDance/Fitness Card ($185)Chair Pilates engages your core like never before! It is designedto provide students with a solid foundation of Pilatesprinciples while exercising in a chair. The goal of the programis to help participants become more aware of goodpostural habits while exercising, to benefit core strength,balance and flexibility. All fitness levels welcome!175 Craftsmen & ArtisansFolk Music • Delicious FoodHarvest Market • Wagon RidesBody SculptingDay/Time:Tuesday, 9:00 am to 10:00 amThursday, 9:00 am to 10:00 amTerm 1: September 10 to October 3Term 2: October 8 to October 31Term 3: November 7 to December 5PLEASE REGISTER at WWW.FLEXCITY.COMor by calling 216.313.FLEX.Weight training is the fastest way to shape up! This balancedfitness workout combines strength, flexibility and aerobicendurance without running, dancing or jumping. Workingwith a set of weights the entire hour, you’ll slim yourlegs, firm your arms, flatten your tummy and tighten yourentire body. Prevents osteoporosis and boosts your metabolismhelping you to lose weight, too. You will not buildmuscular size or bulk. One-on-one instruction provided by acertified instructor. Beginners to advanced fitness levels,work at your own pace. Bring a set of 5 pound dumbbells(each) and an exercise mat or towel. For more informationvisit Flexcity.com or call 216.313.FLEX.NewmaN & BriceAttorneys and Counselors at LawGeneral Practice • Juvenile -Traffic• Personal Injury • Business • Commercial • Domestic• Probate • Estate Planning • Real Estate214 East Park Street • Chardon, OH 44024 • (440) 286-9549Exp. 8/31/13Helps prevent over-wintering pests such as Multi-Colored LadyAsian Beetles, Cluster Flies and Stinging Insects from entering your home.Call Today for Details! 440-338-3101Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 13


School of TheatreStories and Songs - NEW!Ages: 2½ to 5 years, with caregiverDay/Time: Tuesday, 11:00 am to 11:45 amInstructor: Joan BendixFee: $89 per seven-week session or$159 for both sessions (14 weeks)Each week this class will focus on a story and related songsand movements. We will do everything from classic folk talesand nursery rhymes to Raffi to the Wiggles. Kids will havefun, learn new songs and sing along to familiar ones. Adultscan have fun, sing along and get ideas to continue the funat home.Superhero - NEW!Ages: 5 to 9 yearsDay/Time: Thursday, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pmInstructor: Dusten WelchFee: $129 per seven-week session or$239 for both sessions (14 weeks)Have you ever wanted to be a Superhero with specialpowers? Become one in life and on stage! Through characterdevelopment, improv and structured play, students will createtheir very own Superhero persona. Students will create aperformance piece about their favorite super hero or usetheir imagination and create one.Youth Theatre Lab –Babes in ToylandAges: 7 to 14 yearsDay/Time: Saturday, 9:30 am to 12:30 pmSeptember 7 to November 24Instructors: Patti Susman, Joan Bendix, Merlynne HancockFee: $295The Fairmount Center Youth Theatre Lab is designed totrain young actor’s techniques in acting, dance and musicwhile working on a musical production. The Fall productionis Babes In Toyland. This is a 12 week session. Limit 30students. Students should bring a snack.Babes in Toyland is about Contrary Mary, who is forced tomarry the evil Barnaby, in order to save her home. She,along with her large family of brothers and sisters, decideto run away to the Forest of No Return, where they meet theToy Master and his comical assistants. This musical comedyis a delight for the entire family.The musical will be on November 22 at 7:30 pm andNovember 23 and 24 at 2:00 pm at Mayfield Village CivicCenter. Tech rehearsals will be Monday, November 18through Thursday, November 21 from 5:00 to 7:30 pm.14Princess and Fairytale Fun - NEW!Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:5 to 9 yearsThursday, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pmDusten Welch$99 per seven-week session or$179 for both sessions (14 weeks)Bring your favorite fairy tales to theatrical life! Join us inexploring the art of storytelling with this fun and educationalclass. Through theatre games, imaginative exercises andgroup building activities, students will perform a fairy talefor family and friends.Stage Combat - NEW!Ages:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:14 and upThursday, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pmDusten Welch$99 per seven-week session or$179 for both sessions (14 weeks)Sword Fighting!!! Learn how to sword fight for the stage!Learn technique and discipline in the art of safely telling astory through the illusion of fighting. Class will supply swordsand culminate in a performance of learned techniques.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of TheatreSESSION 1: September 3 to October 20SESSION 2: October 21 to December 8providing advertising, printing and publishing ser vices• media buying and ad placement• graphic design • copywriting• brochures • flyers • posters• stationary • printed formsPUBLISHERS OF: Country Savings Magazine and Middlefield PostFairmount Center for the Arts Class BrochureChagrin Falls, West Geauga, Hudson and South Euclid LyndhurstCommunity Education Brochures13199 longwood ave • burton, OH 44021 • 440-834-8900admin@fontanellegroup.comFeatured Teacher of the Season:Patti Susman,Youth Theatre Lab DirectorVisit our NEW more spaciouslocation offering the same personalservice & dog-friendly environmentPatti’s been involved and instructing since she was ateenager, taking acting classes at Musicarnival, the thenpopularlocal summer theatre. She says, “I had great mentors who built myconfidence and competence while having fun. One summer day I just knewthis is what I wanted to do; and, this is how I wanted to teach.” This earlyah-ha moment is at the core of how she teaches to this day”. It didn’t takelong before Musicarnival Management noticed Patti’s unique talent. By the thirdsummer, one of her mentors took her under his wing and encouraged her tostep forward to begin teaching the acting class. Patti joined the FairmountInstructor team in 1982, shortly after graduating in Theatre from ClevelandState University. Through the years, Fairmount has been a ‘family affair’ in theSusman home. Her husband was on the Board years ago and continues tovolunteer. Their two sons took gymnastics and theatre classes as children andvolunteer as needed. “My boys still say,’Mom, you just have to do this; it’swhat you’re meant to do.’ If we’re off on break too long, my family knows Ineed to get back to teaching and the kids at Fairmount to feel totally fulfilledand happy.” It’s no surprise a lot of the children come back to say “Thank You”to Mrs. Patti Susman. That’s the very best part for her. “Very few will be stars;but, the best reward for me is teaching important life skills in a fun way…..justlike I learned at Musicarnival.”www.adogslifestore.comNeed Dog Training? Visit our affiliate:Canine affair Centerwww.canineaffaircenter.comQuality Foods • Supplements • Gifts • Toys • Supplies for Dogs & Cats12654 Chillicothe Road • Chesterland • 440.729.7722(Located in the West Geauga Plaza)Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 10-6 • Wed & Sat 10-4 • Sun 11-2Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 15


School of ArtArt ClassesStorybook Art (Session I ONLY)Ages: 18 months to 3 years, with caregiverDay/Time: Wednesday, 9:30 am to 10:30 amInstructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee:$95 (includes $5 materials fee)Enjoy time together as we read books to gain inspiration forour art. Several activities will be offered in each class timeto engage young attention spans as we explore variety of artmediums and techniques including paint, crayon, clay andcollage. Caregiver required.Color My World (Session II ONLY)Ages: 18 months to 3 years, with caregiverDay/Time: Wednesday, 9:30 am to 10:30 amInstructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee:$95 (includes $5 materials fee)Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple! Catch therainbow each week in fun color focused art projects.Develop color recognition and exploration through paintmixing, homemade play dough, clay bead making andmore! Caregiver required.16SESSION 1: September 3 to October 20SESSION 2: October 21 to December 8Young at ArtAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:3 to 5 yearsWednesday, 11:00 am to 12:00 pmBrigitte Fiorille$95 (includes $5 materials fee)per seven-week sessionWhat a super-fun time to be an artist! Young ones in thisclass can discover their creative self as they explore a varietyof art mediums and techniques including paint, crayon, clay,collage, and more. Caregiver optional.Elements in ArtAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:5 to 9 yearsWednesday, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pmBrigitte Fiorille$139 (includes $10 materials fee)per seven-week sessionEnhance knowledge of art concepts and creativity throughart observation, discussion, and creation. Designed for alllevels and exploration in a variety of media and techniquesincluding painting, drawing, ceramics and more.Clayful KidsAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:5 to 9 yearsThursday, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pmBrigitte Fiorille$145 (includes $15 materials fee)per seven-week sessionThis class includes the basics of ceramics with projects inhandwork, an intro to the wheel and glazing. Emphasisis put on experiencing the full process of clay. Structuredprojects will be presented along with time for free play toexplore personal creativity.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of ArtGreat ArtistsAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:9 to 13 yearsWednesday, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pmBrigitte Fiorille$170 (includes $10 materials fee)per seven-week sessionInvestigate some of the world’s greatest artists and theirwork for inspiration in creating great art of your own asyou cultivate art concepts and explore techniques using avariety of media. Chosen artist and project planning will bediscussed together in first class.Clay FoundationsAges:Day/Time:Instructor:Fee:9 to 13 yearsThursday, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pmBrigitte Fiorille$175 (includes $15 materials fee)per seven-week sessionDevelop your creativity with the basic techniques ofhandwork, wheel throwing and glazing in guided projectsand independent work. Learn to work with the full process ofclay from recycle to kiln and all the amazing things between.Emphasis is put on experiencing the full process of clay.Structured projects will be presented along with time for freeplay to explore personal creativity. All skill levels welcome.Studio CeramicsAges: 13 to AdultDay/Time: Thursday, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm or6:00 pm to 9:00 pmInstructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee: 3 hours - $240 (includes $30 materials fee)per seven-week session or2 hours - $190 (includes $20 materials fee)per seven-week sessionAll skill levels welcome. Students in this class are supportedto develop an independent focus and direction of work.Technique demonstration and projects are offered to learnand explore the process of ceramics. Kick and electricwheels are available. Raku firing as weather permits.Featured Teacher of the Season:Brigitte Fiorille, Ceramicsand Children’s Art Instructor“I’m still close to the little-girl me. In my heart, I’vealways wanted to be an artist. When I was just3-4 years old, I was always, drawing, drawing,drawing. In summer art classes, I was always so ‘totally there inthe moment.’ Then, as a young-adult at Lakeland Community College,I discovered Ceramics. This defining experience was very joyful.Especially in ceramics, I believe people get to know themselves andfrequently surprise themselves.” Then, around 2004, she says, therewas “a time; a need….and a little opening for me to step in and helpFairmount while I learned my way as a teacher. Now, I’m so connectedto my students, whether 2 years or 102 years old. Everybodyprocesses differently; I love the diversity; and, I respect each person’sindividuality. I try to help each student find their way in their owntime.” A few of Brigitte’s ‘beliefs’: 1.) Important to take care of yourspace and supplies: You must get ready to be creative; make way forthe good; then, go for it. 2.) Diversity is important to learning: work onboth process and skills; learn technique and have time to explore. 3.)About the future: Let it happen AND make it happen. Speaking aboutthe future, in spring 2014 Brigitte, the student, plans to get her BFA inCeramics from Kent State University.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 17


School of ArtCalling All Children Ages 5-12Join our after school club that meets once a week 1 hour after dismissalfor FREE fun-filled activities October-December and January-MarchMondays at KenstonWedsnesdays at Westwood El. W.G.Tuesdays at Lindsey El W.G. Thursdays at Munson El. ChardonClub activities include: Creative Learning ActivitiesBible Lessons • Life-changing Scripture MemoryInspiring Missionary Stories • Meaningful SongsFor more informationcontact Marcia at 440-286-3757or email npsnow@roadrunner.comEDGEWOOD AUTO BODYQuality Auto Collision Repair and PaintingAUTOMOTIVESERVICEASSOCIATIONMEMBER440-338-1801FREE ESTIMATESTowing Service Available Call 729-21458500 Kinsman Road • Russell Twp.(on Rt. 87, just East of Rt. 306)Magic of WatercolorAges: 12 to AdultDay/Time: Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pmInstructor: Michael PruntyFee:$190 per seven-week sessionLearn to paint luminous, color-filled watercolors full ofspontaneity and expression with Michael Prunty, a local awardwinningwatercolorist. You will learn to break it down intoshapes, develop your own style, think abstractly, plan values,understand the color of light, develop a focal point and putit all together. Beginners through advanced levels welcome.Supply list available at registration.18PIZZAS • SUBS • WINGS • CALZONES • WRAPSCHESTERLANDCarry-Out Only8399 Mayfield Rd.440-729-9770Beginning Drawing - NEW!Ages: Teen to AdultDay/Time: Saturday, 10:00 am to 12:30 pmInstructor: Susan Gray BéFee:$190 per seven-week sessionSee light as contrasting shape while adding structure anddetail with line, tone, and color. Draw using vine charcoaland pencil, including colored conté pencil. References willinclude: still life, personal photos, and perhaps a live modelfor at least one day. Bring one package of extra soft vinecharcoal, one kneaded eraser, one French stump, and onepad of smooth Bristol paper to the first class. High schoolstudents needing observation work to build a portfolio arealways welcome.Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of ArtChildren’s Art WorkshopsPaint StirAges: 4 to 8 years, caregiver optionalDay/Time: Saturday, September 2110:00 am to 12:00 pmInstructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee: $19Loosen up from all the “back to school” with this free stylepainting created by stirring sand into paint and dripping,splattering and pouring to create an amazing works ofart. Does this remind you of a famous artist who liked thistechnique? Paintings can be picked up when dry.Holiday CardsAges: 4 to 8 years, caregiver optionalDay/Time: Saturday, December 710:00 am to 12:00 pmAges: Teen to AdultDay/Time: Saturday, December 712:30 pm to 2:30 pmInstructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee: $19Delight the artist within and start off your holiday well-wishingwith a set of personally created cards. Each student candevelop up to 15 unique cards each using card stock andlayers of foam block printing. Assorted envelopes provided.Family FeastAges: 7 to 12 yearsDay/Time: Saturday, November 9 and November 1610:00 am to 12:00 pm (both required)Instructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee: $49Enjoy family togetherness each time you dine with yourcreated set of pottery dishes. Make enough for the wholefamily in your choice bowls and plates (approx. 6pc perstudent). Dishes will be created using the slab technique withstamped textures in the first class with glaze applied in thefollowing. Dishes are made to be fully functional, dishwasherand microwave safe.Paper Mache PumpkinsAges: 7 to 12 yearsDay/Time: Saturday, October 5 and October 1210:00 am to 12:00 pm (both required)Instructor: Brigitte FiorilleFee: $39These little pumpkins will be adored for years to come! Wewill start our form over a real pumpkin using traditional papermache technique. The second visit will involve removing itfrom the form and securing it back together with additionalcoats. Color will be added as the final coats using a varietyof papers. The art room is the place for messy projects likethis!Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 19


School of MusicDavid Fuller, DirectorOur private lessons are designed for bothbeginners and experienced music lovers.Discover how music can become a uniqueand irreplaceable part of your life – observea lesson with your child. Make musiceducation a priority for yourself, your child,and for humanity. According to a study byCollege Board in 2010, students who tookmusic lessons for four years or more scored an average of 100points higher on the SATs than students who did not play a musicalinstrument. In addition, studying music improves recall andretention of verbal information, advances math achievement, andboosts reading and language arts skills. According to researchby Mitchell Gaynor M.D. (Sounds of Healing), music also hastherapeutic physical effects, including reduced anxiety, heart andrespiratory rates, reduced cardiac complications, lowered bloodpressure, and increased immune responses. So, what are youwaiting for? Call 440.338.3171 for music lessons today!Private Instruction(16 WEEK SESSION: September 3 – December 21)Fairmount Center is pleased to offer voice, piano, and violinlessons. Recitals are scheduled throughout the year, andstudents are encouraged, but not required, to participate.All recitals are open to the public and are free. To learn moreabout the music program, call 440.338.3171. Registrationand payments are accepted at the main office.Fees:$25.00 per ½ hour • $37.50 per ¾ hour • $50.00 per hourPIANOAges:Reading Age to AdultInstructor:Rachael FullerLocation/Days: Fairmount Center: Fridays and SaturdaysFairmount Center is pleased to offer private piano instruction forbeginning, intermediate, and advanced students from readingage to adult. Whether you are looking to begin piano lessonsfor your kids (or yourself!), or start back up after a long timeaway from the piano, Fairmount Center offers the best possibleexperience for its piano students. Styles range from classicalto Disney to popular music. Students will have the opportunityto perform in recitals. Lessons start at $25. Please contactRachael Fuller at 440.338.3171 for more information.VOICEAges:9 to AdultInstructor: David FullerLocation/Days: Fairmount Center: ThursdaysFederated Church in Chagrin Falls: MondaysDavid Fuller is a specialist on the health of the vocalmechanism and teaches vocalists the valuable techniquesof body alignment, breathing, relaxation, phonation, andcoordination to develop the confident vocalist. Students havean opportunity to explore a variety of musical styles: musicaltheater, classical, and sacred music. Students perform tworecitals each year.VIOLIN - NEW!Ages:5 to AdultInstructor: Tara Lynn RamseyLocation/Days: Fairmount Center: MondaysFairmount Center is pleased to announce a new additionto the Music Department, Tara Lynn Ramsey. She holds degreesfrom the Cleveland Institute of Music (Master of Music)and Northwestern University (Bachelor of Music summa cumlaude). A member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas,she completed pedagogical training with Kimberly Meier-Sims, head of CIM’s Sato Center for Suzuki Studies, in additionto training at Northwestern. She served as concertmasterof the orchestras at CIM and Northwestern, currently performswith regional orchestras throughout northeast Ohio, and ison the substitute rosters of the New World Symphony and theLouisiana Philharmonic. Tara Lynn is excited to be a part ofthe Fairmount Music Family. She teaches students of all skilllevels in traditional violin. Please contact Tara Lynn Ramseyat 440.338.3171 for more information.SESSION 1: September 3 to October 20SESSION 2: October 21 to December 820Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


School of MusicMusical Giants in History- LECTURE SERIES - NEW!Instructor: Rachael FullerLocation: Fairmount CenterDay/Time: Sundays, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pmAre you a history buff? Can’t get enough of classical music?Do you want to take a music history class, but you can’tpossibly afford the time or money to take a college course?Do you go to every pre-concert lecture that The ClevelandOrchestra offers and still crave more? Do you think you’retone deaf but you still love to learn about music? If youanswered yes to any of the above, Fairmount Center nowoffers the perfect solution!This fall, Fairmount Center for the Arts is proud to offer itsvery first lecture series in music history! This series is madeup of five “mini-sessions.” The first session will focus onpopular theatric composers of the Romantic period, andeach meeting will focus on one particular composer. Eachclass will provide a balance of repertory to study, includingorchestra, solo piano, concerto, chamber, opera, and balletgenres. In addition, the mini-session as a whole will discusspolitical and cultural standards of the time, drawing alsofrom art history and literature.First Session: Theatric Romantic PeriodCLASS 1, September 29:A Dance with Death: Franz Liszt’s Music & Presence in EuropeCLASS 2, October 6:The Ring Master: The Operas of Richard WagnerCLASS 3, October 13:Witches, Fairies, Heroes, Suspense!:Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie FantastiqueCLASS 4, October 20:A Little Night Music:Frederic Chopin’s Incredible Piano MusicCLASS 5, October 27:A Titan: The Symphonies of Gustav MahlerFree to the public but donations will be accepted at the door tohelp support this special community program. Each class lastsprecisely one hour and includes snacks. Previous experiencewith music is NOT required.Featured Student of the Season:Adriana Holst, Voice StudentAdriana first discovered Fairmount Performing ArtsConservatory (FPAC), currently FTA, when she was6 years old and was in Peter Pan with the youthgroup. Miss Holst takes voice lessons from DavidFuller. She says, “I love the private lessons that I have taken with Mr.Fuller. He is an excellent voice coach. I love the passion that the teachersand students share with me. I also think everyone involved with thecenter is pleasant and helpful.” Adriana is also taking dance classesand is a Singing Angel. This summer she will be going to NYC to studywith the Broadway Artists Alliance. Her favorite thing to do? “I LOVE toperform whether it is acting, dancing or singing. I hope to make peopleHAPPY by entertaining them. If I am not performing…I’m not happyand very boring.”Vocal Technique and Performance - NEW!Ages: 9 to AdultInstructor: David FullerLocation: Main CampusDay/Time: Sunday, October 20, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pmFairmount Center for the Arts presents a Vocal Techniqueand Performance Class under the direction of David Fuller,Music Director and Voice Instructor. This program will helpyou understand what you should consider for auditions andperformances. Bring a memorized solo of your choice andperform it as part of our workshop. Each participant willreceive an evaluation, outlining your current strengths andinsights for future improvement. Vocal technique, posture,breathing, phonation, relaxation and registers will be exploredwith exercises and games from 3:30 pm to 4:00 pm. At4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the class will focus on solo performanceswith a professionalaccompanist. Currentand former voicestudents as well asthose interested in voiceshould plan to attend.Please let us knowwhat solo you plan onsinging by October5th, so that our pianistwill be prepared.Contact Mr. Fuller atfullervoice925@gmail.com to coordinategetting your music toour pianist. Space islimited, enroll now!Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts 21


Fairmount center for the arts8400 Fairmount Road • Novelty, Ohio 44072 • 440.338.3171 • www.fairmountcenter.orgFALL SESSION 1: September 3 - October 20 (7 weeks)FALL SESSION 2: October 21 - December 8 (7 weeks)• Classes must be paid in full whether taken or missed. Notification of inability to attend a class is a courtesy to the teacher; however,we cannot excuse you from payment for a class for which you have contracted when you register.• Make up week for Fall Session will be December 9 to 15. Make-up classes are offered for instructor cancellations or schoolclosings. Student absences are made up at the discretion of the instructor. All students are encouraged to notify their instructors of aclass absence by calling the office. Tuition is not refunded or pro-rated for missed classes.• The staff reserves the right to cancel any class due to insufficient enrollment and a complete refund will be made.OFFICE HOURSMON to THURS9:00 am to 7:00 pmFRIDAY9:00 am to 3:30 pmSATURDAY9:00 am to 1:00 pmSUNDAYCLOSEDEASY WAYS TO REGISTER: Classes limited in size. Registration accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please register early.MAIL: Send completed registration form and payment to Fairmount Center, 8400 Fairmount Rd, Novelty, OH 44072.PHONE OR FAX: Call or fax registration during the office hours listed above. Phone: 440.338.3171 and Fax: 440.338.4218.IN PERSON: Drop off your completed registration form and payment at Fairmount Center during the office hours listed above.How did you hear about us? (check all that apply) Facebook ___ Friend ___ Newspaper ___ Website _________________________________ Brochure in Mail ___Which One?Other (please describe): _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________DATE __________________________STUDENT ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SEX __________LastFirstIF UNDER 18 ______________________________________________________________________________________CELL PHONE _____________________________AgeBirth DateParent’s NameHOME ADDRESS ___________________________________________________________________________________HOME PHONE ___________________________StreetCityZipHOME E-MAIL _____________________________________________________________________________________ WORK PHONE ___________________________PLEASE READ AND SIGN THE FOLLOWING: In consideration of being allowed to participate in Fairmount Center classes and activities, the undersigned or his/her parents or guardian if under age 18, voluntarilyassumes all risks of accident or damage to his/her person or property, agrees to abide by all rules and regulations and hereby releases from claim, liability or demand, all employees, representative, trustees and officersof Fairmount Center for the Arts as well as their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns for any person injury or damage of any kind. I understand that the above-mentioned parties are not insurers of mypersonal safety during this activity. This release is entered into freely and with full knowledge of its contents and effect and will operate for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns. I understand photosof myself or my child may be taken during their classes and performances and used for community outreach and publicity for Fairmount Center. I give permission for these images to be used.X __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Student’s or Parent/Guardian’s Signature if under 18CLCLASSSESSION DAY/TIME # OF HOURS TUITION/MATERIALS TOTAL1.2.3.4.5.6.CL Section - Office Use OnlyMy Annual Donation of Fairmount Center is Included$ ____________Payment is due in full before student’s first class(es) begin.Payment plans are available to qualified students. Please contact the office for details.TOTAL AMOUNT$ ____________Office Use OnlyCREDIT CARD No. ____________________________________________________________________ EXPIRATION _____________ CVV _____________ MC V DCHECK No. _____________ AMOUNT _____________CASH RECEIPT No. _____________ AMOUNT _____________22Fall 2013Fairmount Center For the Arts


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