Arts on the Go offers private and small group classes for children & adults based on the National Core Arts Standards of connecting artistic ideas with personal meaning and external context. Our dance classes including ballet, tap, and hip-hop. We also offer classes in the Visual Arts from pre-kindergarten through the 6th grade.
We also offer several options for homeschool classes. Please contact us for more information on how we can bring classes in dance and visual arts to you!
Pre-Ballet – Introduction to classroom etiquette. explore
dance through creative movement, mime, and basic ballet runs/ walks, skipping and spinning. They begin to understand being part of a group by forming circles and straight lines.
Beginning Ballet (Level 1) – Learn the fundamentals of ballet including proper body positions and stretching, French vocabulary and musicality.
Beginning – Learn to make the various tap sounds and their names.
Intermediate – Build up to simple on the spot and traveling steps. Begin to coordinate arms and feet.
Blend of modern dance, jazz, and tap-like stomping. Classes encourage students to bring out their own style and personality. Additional strength and stamina are required to successfully perform these steps. Therefore, classes include upper and lower body conditioning with full warm up and cool down.
Elementary Art (grades preK-6th)
All supplies provided. We work with various techniques, styles, and mediums, including drawing, painting, collage, and sculpting. Play art games that encourage students to question what we see and engage with masterpieces in a new way. Through viewing, making and discussing artworks, students come to realize that the arts do not exist in isolation, but are always situated within multiple dimensions including time, space, cultures, and history.
Choose a course from 4 weeks – 26 weeks
Art History – Students are exposed to artists by a period from cave paintings- contemporary. Learning about the artists along with the historical periods helps relate the works to our everyday lives.
Geography Through Art – An artistic journey spanning 6 continents. Study maps, history, and cultures of people around the world with a variety of projects from wood to textiles.
Principles of Art & Elements of Design – Learn the 14 basic components necessary for a complete work of art. Students become familiar with important art vocabulary as it applies to personal and historical art works. Discuss ways art influences our emotions as we develop a critical eye for studio and gallery settings.