Ongoing education course at ArtHub | Kingman Daily Miner
KINGMAN – The Kingman Center for the Arts has completed its last art gallery exhibit of 2020 and has now started its six-week classroom session at the ArtHub, 402 E. Beale St., in downtown Kingman.
Sessions include contemporary dance and jazz dance lessons by Sandra Romanski, a former gymnast and longtime dancer with a BFA in dance performance and choreography. She has been teaching and coaching dancers for over 15 years.
âToday’s contemporary dance style is an eclectic mix of many different styles and techniques. In this course, we will explore movement through fluid self-inquiry and improvisation work, as well as learning choreography, âsaid Romanski.
The ArtHub will also offer a series of oriental dance classes taught by Rachel Brown.
Artist Jane Wunder, who has written several books, will teach two different watercolor classes. Students will learn to paint a watercolor step by step while learning about different parts of a landscape, how to mix colors and when to use each type of brush. Jane says, âThis is a great class to start newbies to feel more confident in their creations. Additional painting classes offered at the ArtHub include acrylic, oil painting, and two different children’s drawing classes.
KCA also offers classes around theater, many of which are aimed at children. Artistic Director Sidney Valdez said she felt “passionate about the arts and what they can do for our youth”. Drama classes include a ‘musical theater and dance series’ for ages 11 and up, a ‘stage makeup application’ and several ‘musical theater workshops’ (led by director Sidney Valdez) for ages 8. at 16 years old. For more details on the courses, which started October 27, or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3e6YSq5.