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Kids Create! Summer Camp

June 10, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

$58
“Kids Create! Summer Camp” Grades 3-5

Kids Create! is our Summer Camp June 10–14, 2019, 9am to noon, Closing Concert 11am, Friday June 14

“What sets this way of learning apart is freedom, collaboration in creation, multisensory learning, and respect for the child as being a capable contributor to the final product.”

—Kathleen Whiteside, Camp Director, on the Orff Schulwerk approach

This camp is perfect for kids (ages 8–11) of every stripe–from bashful to bold! Located in the beautiful new Center for the Arts at Kayenta,* children will be exposed to the arts in many forms while getting hands-on experience in creating art. Modeled on the Orff Schulwerk approach to learning, the instructor will guide students as they sing, speak, play, move, and create. And every student finds his or her place and becomes an integral part of class creations.

Students will get to play Orff instruments (child-sized xylophones, metallophones and glockenspiels) drums, recorders, and all sorts of handheld percussion instruments. In addition to music, they’ll explore art concepts related to the music. They’ll come home with a free recorder and a drum they will make from a gourd and skin. Kids will also learn to weave and make acrylic pour tiles and wearable gourd art. On the last day, kids will get a chance to express their creative sides at a concert!

Kathleen Whiteside is the camp’s teacher and director. She has been teaching music since 1984, and is a certified Orff Schulwerk instructor. She also teaches piano and choir, and has been part of the staff at George Washington Academy in St. George for 13 years.

Mrs. Whiteside holds a bachelor’s degree in music education/ choral vocal music, and a master’s degree in vocal performance. She currently serves as president of the Southern Utah Orff Schulwerk Association.

Details:

Please make sure to pack your child a midday snack each day. They will be signed in/out every day, to ensure their safety. Parents, you’re encouraged to review the great info about Orff at AOSA.org. You’ll find an abundance of information, including short videos that show what active learning looks like with this nearly century-old approach.

Date: June 10–14, 2019

Times: 9am to noon, Closing performance 11am June 14 (Free for friends and family!)

Place: Center for the Arts at Kayenta 881 Coyote Gulch Ct, Ivins, UT 84738

Price: $58 (includes t-shirt & all materials)

Purchase tickets through: KayentaArts.com or call the box office at 435-674-2787

*Enjoy Ivins! While your child is at camp, take advantage of all the interesting things nearby, like the labyrinth, gift shop, Xetava, Anasazi trailhead, Snow Canyon, etc. Also, on the first day of camp, you might want to meet with other parents to explore carpooling options. (CFAK is only 2 miles from the Ivins City Building.)

Click Here to apply for a Scholarship for this workshop!

Just fill our the simple registration form below and we will see you and your child on June 10th!

Kids Create Summer Camp Scholarship Form
If not granted a Full Scholarship *

Household Information

Annual Household Income *

Details

Date:
June 10, 2019
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
$58

Kids Create! Summer Camp

“Kids Create! Summer Camp” Grades 3-5

Kids Create! is our Summer Camp June 10–14, 2019, 9am to noon, Closing Concert 11am, Friday June 14

“What sets this way of learning apart is freedom, collaboration in creation, multisensory learning, and respect for the child as being a capable contributor to the final product.”

—Kathleen Whiteside, Camp Director, on the Orff Schulwerk approach

This camp is perfect for kids (ages 8–11) of every stripe–from bashful to bold! Located in the beautiful new Center for the Arts at Kayenta,* children will be exposed to the arts in many forms while getting hands-on experience in creating art. Modeled on the Orff Schulwerk approach to learning, the instructor will guide students as they sing, speak, play, move, and create. And every student finds his or her place and becomes an integral part of class creations.

Students will get to play Orff instruments (child-sized xylophones, metallophones and glockenspiels) drums, recorders, and all sorts of handheld percussion instruments. In addition to music, they’ll explore art concepts related to the music. They’ll come home with a free recorder and a drum they will make from a gourd and skin. Kids will also learn to weave and make acrylic pour tiles and wearable gourd art. On the last day, kids will get a chance to express their creative sides at a concert!

Kathleen Whiteside is the camp’s teacher and director. She has been teaching music since 1984, and is a certified Orff Schulwerk instructor. She also teaches piano and choir, and has been part of the staff at George Washington Academy in St. George for 13 years.

Mrs. Whiteside holds a bachelor’s degree in music education/ choral vocal music, and a master’s degree in vocal performance. She currently serves as president of the Southern Utah Orff Schulwerk Association.

Details:

Please make sure to pack your child a midday snack each day. They will be signed in/out every day, to ensure their safety. Parents, you’re encouraged to review the great info about Orff at AOSA.org. You’ll find an abundance of information, including short videos that show what active learning looks like with this nearly century-old approach.

Date: June 10–14, 2019

Times: 9am to noon, Closing performance 11am June 14 (Free for friends and family!)

Place: Center for the Arts at Kayenta 881 Coyote Gulch Ct, Ivins, UT 84738

Price: $58 (includes t-shirt & all materials)

Purchase tickets through: KayentaArts.com or call the box office at 435-674-2787

*Enjoy Ivins! While your child is at camp, take advantage of all the interesting things nearby, like the labyrinth, gift shop, Xetava, Anasazi trailhead, Snow Canyon, etc. Also, on the first day of camp, you might want to meet with other parents to explore carpooling options. (CFAK is only 2 miles from the Ivins City Building.)

Click Here to apply for a Scholarship for this workshop!

Just fill our the simple registration form below and we will see you and your child on June 10th!

Kids Create Summer Camp Scholarship Form
If not granted a Full Scholarship *

Household Information

Annual Household Income *

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“In order to protect our performers and public, we will follow the lead that other professional theaters have established in requiring proof of negative COVID-19 test results from within 72 hours before the show, or Covid-19 vaccine card to participate in any capacity at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta.”

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1. Bring documented proof of a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours before the show

2. Bring your vaccine card

Children 12 and under are required to wear a mask at all times at CFAK.

“We truly hope that everyone will now feel safe and comfortable coming out to enjoy our beautiful venue, and the many upcoming concerts, plays, festivals, musicals, and lectures starting in September!”

Jan Broberg, Executive Director

Thank you for your consideration in order to keep our staff, performers and patrons safe.