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Youth Fine Arts Institute

Posted: Friday, May 17, 2002

Description: Taught by master arts teachers, the Youth Fine Arts Institute is an incredible opportunity, provided by Soldotna Com-munity Schools, for kids and their parents to make choices in the arts that are important to them, during the summer. The institute is divided into two parts: one for children pre-kindergarten through sixth grade and another for middle- and high-school school students. These programs are recognized for excellence by The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Funding is provided in part by the Alaska State Council on the Arts, the Kenai Fine Arts Center and the After the Bell 21st Century Learning Center Grant Program. Flyers, with choices and registration information, will be delivered through the schools and registration will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis, through the Soldotna Community School office.

Ages: For students in pre-kindergarten through high school.

Pre-K through sixth grade portion: The students will pick four classes (all in the arts) from such options as drama, puppetry, dance, poetry, computer graphics, photography, stained glass, storytelling, etc.

Dates: June 17-21.

Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost: $150 for the 5 days

Location: Kenai Penin-sula College.

Middle- and high-school portion: The class options will be stained glass, metals, acrylic painting, riveting and watercolor.

Dates: June 15 and/or June 16.

Cost: Fees will be $40 for Saturday only, or $70 for Saturday and Sunday.

Location: Kenai Penin-sula College.

Contact for both portions: Soldotna Community School office at 262-6768.

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