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Steffi Nossen Summer Dance Camp 2020 at Bethany Arts Community

Steffi Nossen Summer Dance Camp 2020 at Bethany Arts Community

Steffi Nossen Summer Dance Camp at Bethany Arts Community in Ossining, NY for students in 1st-5th grade.

Steffi Nossen’s 1-Week Dance Camp offers technique classes in Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Musical theater. Dancers will also learn Dance History and Composition, choreographing their own dances working in a small intimate group, building communication skills and self-assurance. A Summer Camp Experience you do not want your child to miss! Showing on the last Friday showcasing all of their work throughout the camp. No previous experience required.

Rising Grades 1st-5th

Week 1: August 3rd – 7th
Week 2: August 10th – 14th
Monday-Friday | 9:00am-3:30pm

Tuition: $550 one week or $1,000 two weeks

The Camp of Witchcraft and Wizardry by Theater O

The Camp of Witchcraft and Wizardry by Theater O


Housed on the beautiful Bethany Arts Community Campus in Ossining, NY, The Camp of Witchcraft and Wizardry is open to muggles ages 8-14. Staffed by Theater O, the camp explores the magical world through theater, art, music, puppetry, storytelling, games and more.

This creative program will run for four weeks, July 8- August 2. It is for fans of The Boy Who Lived as well as all things fantastical and magical! Campers are sorted into houses, participate in a House Cup Competition complete with Tri-Wizard Challenges in the Forbidden Forest, daily quidditch matches (and, of course, a Quidditch Cup!) all with an artistic bent.

Attend one, two, three or all four weeks.

Week 1: July 8 – 12
Week 2: July 15 – 19
Week 3: July 22 – 26
Week 4: July 29 – August 2

$550 for one week
10% off each additional week
10% Sibling Discount

Scribbler Art Summer Camp  at Bethany Arts Community

Scribbler Art Summer Camp at Bethany Arts Community

We are so excited to be “setting up camp” in the newly opened and wonderful Bethany Arts Community in Ossining, NY. We’ll be offering 3 weeks of camp for grades K-4 in August. Camp includes daily walks and collaborative outdoor earthworks, open play, lunch and of course, tons of art-making in the studio! Healthy snack is provided, you send a bagged lunch.

Week 1 (August 13th-17th) Super Size Me | Large Scale Art

Is bigger better? This week of camp it will be! If your artists dream big, then this week is for them. We will begin the week by creating GIANT self-portraits. Next, we’ll explore all the steps to creating large-scale creature sculptures from drawing a sketch, to building an armature, to adding form and finally to adding “skin” using plaster and paint. At the end of the week, we will invite our families to our ginormous art show to check out our work.

Week 2 (August 20th-24th) From Start to Finish | Maze & Puzzle Week

We will START our week creating complex 3-D puzzles and FINISH our week with some a-mazeing board games! There will be a lot of exciting twists and turns along the way, beware of traps. We will END our week with a game night (during the day) where families can join us to test out our games!

Week 3 (August 27th-31st) Back to School in Style | DIY School Supplies

What is the best way to kick those end of summer blues? How about making your own Back-to-School supplies?! Artists will spend the week creating unique and beautiful school supplies. From printing your own backpack design to painting your binders and molding your own erasers! We will end our week by inviting our families to our “Back to School” Fashion Show!

Cumbia for Kids Music Program

Cumbia for Kids Music Program

CUMBIA FOR KIDS is a music program that introduces 3rd graders to Colombian music, culture, and dance.

During 8 weekly workshops, students will learn about the diverse music and dance traditions, instruments, and culture of Colombia’s four geographic regions from the cowboy music of the Llanos Orientales to the African rhythms of the Pacific Coast. Children also learn about the geography, clothes, food, history, and customs of Colombia’s diverse regions. The program is designed to prepare students to enter the stage for a fully-choreographed show where kids sing, dance, and drum along with professional members of Folklore Urbano. Performances will be scheduled mid-way and after the final class. The program is presented by world-renowned Folklore Urbano. Pablo and Anna Mayor lead the musical portion of the program, teaching kids basic drum patterns and Spanish language through song.

Dancer/choreographer Daniel Fetecua leads kids in dance and creative movement inspired by Colombia’s diverse dance traditions.

Dates: 8 Fridays : April 20 – June 8
4:00pm – 5:30pm

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