LOGAN – Summer classes at Cache Valley Center for the Arts are in full swing, and they have a wide variety of classes for all ages. Arts Education Coordinator Robyn Hoth said they try to offer as much variety as possible since art encompasses a lot of different things. Cache Valley Center for the Arts offers classes in ceramics, dance, photography, painting, music, and more.
Many classes are available for children as young as five. There are also teen and adult classes. Classes vary in price since class durations differ. Prices can start as low as $30.
“We do have scholarships. If there is somebody that can’t afford a class but they really want to take it, they can find our <a href=”http://cachearts.org/arts-education-scholarship-application/” target=”_blank”>scholarship forms</a> <a href=”http://cachearts.org/arts-education-scholarship-application/” target=”_blank”>online</a> and turn it in,” Hoth explained.
“They’re primarily needs-based. We really are a community art organization. Our main function in the community is to provide art to everyone who is interested. Every scholarship is reviewed on that principle,” added Marketing Director Adam Shelton.
This summer, there are also new classes being taught by Comedian Hayley Simpson. Simpson is from Canada and has a degree in Comedy Writing and Performance. She will teach Introduction to Improvisation, Sketch Writing, and a Monologue Workshop.
Most of the courses offered are introductory level. Hoth said that anyone can feel comfortable coming to their classes.
The majority of classes are taught at the Bullen Center and others are taught at the Thatcher-Young Mansion. The Plein Air: Outdoor Painting Retreat will take place in North Logan at the location of Art on the Lawn.
For a full list of classes and start dates, visit the Cache Valley Center for the Arts website at <a href=”http://www.cachearts.org/arts-classes/” target=”_blank”>cachearts.org</a>.