Arts Garage in Delray Beach Launches Series of Youth and Adult Arts Education Classes This Fall
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DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Floridant -- (Delray Beach, FL – August 8, 2022) Marjorie Waldo, President & CEO of Arts Garage, today promoted six upcoming arts education classes for young people and adults this fall. Information about each of these courses including how to register is available online.

Triple Threat: Musical Theatre Workshop

(For Ages 13-17)

August 29 through November 14 / Mondays at 5:45 to 7 pm

Ideal for students who enjoy performing on stage, this class will develop techniques in acting, singing, and dancing and help students build confidence in each area. Students will learn how to act out a song, perform and create their own choreography, and improve vocal production. The class will feature pieces from classic and contemporary Broadway shows and culminate in a final performance for friends and family.

Instructor:  Julius Wynn, Jr. teaches English at Atlantic Community High School and is choir director at Payne Chapel AME in West Palm Beach. A classically trained vocalist with extensive experience performing gospel, rhythm and blues, jazz, pop, and musical theater, Wynn believes that music and theater are truly what brings the world together and provides moments of escape.

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(Note: No class on Mondays September 5 or September 26)

Registration: $360

https://bit.ly/TripleThreatTheatreWorkshop

Future Photographers

(For Ages 13-17)

August 30 through November 15 / Tuesdays at 4:45 to 6 pm

This course builds basic photography skills. Utilizing digital cameras, 360 cameras and camera phones, students will explore lighting techniques, composition, and photo editing and retouching. Students will be introduced to various styles of photography, such as portraits, landscape, still life, strobe light, and more. The class includes detailed demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and constructive critiques to assist in developing the necessary skills.

Instructor: Victor Milt has worked in advertising his entire life. He opened his own portrait studio at age 19 and, by 21, had moved to NYC where he worked for many of the top fashion magazines of the time, later moving into TV commercial production where he directed iconic commercials for the Air Force, Time/Warner, Burger King, McDonalds, Colgate, Schweppes, and dozens of others. His "Juan Valdez" is an American icon. Milt won more than 60 awards and in 2011 was named a Florida Film Legend.

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(Note: No class on Tuesday, November 8.  Students are encouraged to bring their own camera)

Available for Interview:

Marjorie Waldo, President & CEO

Arts Garage

561.665.5857 /
marjorie@artsgarage.org

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart, PR-BS, Inc.

561.756.4298 /
gary@pr-bs.net

Source: PR by Schweikhart
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