The University of Toledo Department of Theatre & Film will present the student-created play, “The Ghost Light,” April 12-14, and April 17-21, 2013. As part of the project, the students are learning to market their work by writing press releases, developing a poster, creating artwork and a launching a web site. There is a lot of information on the site right now, but the site will continue to be a work-in-progress as the opening night of the play approaches. New photos and content will be added weekly. Keep checking the site for new items!
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The University of Toledo College of Visual of Performing Arts is offering a wonderful way for you to engage your arts smarts this summer through Summer SmARTS, a series of nine workshops in art, voice and instrumental performance, music education and more. They are independent of one another so you can choose to take one or more, according to your time and inclination.
The Summer SmARTS workshops can be taken for personal development, and some for college credit at the undergraduate or graduate level. When taken for college credit, the regular participant cost is often waived, in lieu of applicable tuition and fees. The workshops are listed below in greater detail. Click the title of the workshop to register now or get more information!
Intro to Orff-Schulwerk Workshop | Dr. Pamela Stover
July 30 – August 1 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m.)
Registration Deadline: July 23
An introduction to the highly creative and integrative Orff-Schulwerk process of music and movement education for elementary education teachers and students. Designed for beginners to the Orff-Schulwerk, experienced teachers who hold Orff Levels and want a different perspective are also welcome Led by Orff-Schulwerk specialist and Music Education professor, Dr. Pamela J. Stover.
High School Choir Workshop | Dr. Stephen Hodge
August 6 – 9 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
Registration Deadline: July 27
Sing, sing, sing! Improve your vocal technique, sharpen your sight reading skills and explore choral singing in a wide variety of ensembles in this workshop for choral singers going into grades 8 – 12. Led by choral director and professor Stephen Hodge, the workshop concludes with a choral concert featuring the pieces explored during the week.
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