People especially children learn traditional music form in the nobility in Europe, has proved it is useful. The results of the study showed that people who play music have more developed brains. They know how to do better. Guitar for kids or the adults is the kind of small guitar for all. This guitar was designed to press the soft wire to fit the hands of small children and maybe for adults. Before going into the guitar lessons for children or parents (or the adult in the house), the need to prepare for both the spirit and inspire love playing the guitar in his youth such as best beginner guitar or something like that.
The focus throughout the learning process of the people and the guitar the fun and excitement-this is also the main objective to your kids like to play the guitar. To prepare for the child started guitar lessons, parents should read through the syllabus and lessons of music faculty dedicated to your children. Then find the easiest way to understand to explain each lesson for a child. These lessons give you the additional knowledge that you can share with your kids.
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In less than a month, a new painting exhibit will open at the Carnegie Arts Center. The exhibit, which features the recent works of artist Zak Barnes, will be on display at the Carnegie Arts Center from August 13 until September 3, with an opening reception on Friday, August 13, from 6:00-8:00pm.
Artist Zak Barnes was born and raised in Kansas, and feels a deep connection to the prairie landscape and the people of Kansas. The people and the land are the base and anchor of Barnes’s work, and his strongest influences are his immediate environment and life experience. Barnes paints in both the studio and out in the landscape, and says “I find fulfillment in the rhythm of my days out in the open […] working with the elements. There is a physical as well as mental work in the process, so that it becomes a meditation and a practice.”
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Congratulations students! You did it! Students from the Carnegie Arts Center raised over $115 with their July lemonade stand fundraiser. The money raised will go toward purchasing supplies for fall classes.
Then purpose of the lemonade stand project, which was dubbed Lemon-Aid, was to raise money to help offset the cost of supplies for classes offered by the Carnegie Arts Center. “We want to keep costs low so that the Arts are accessible to everyone,” said Education Coordinator Holly York.
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YOUTH ART TOT ART Ages 2 – 4 Cost: $40 per session Instructor: Marcia Nodland Session I – Thursdays, September 8 – October 13 Session II – Thursdays, October 27 – December 8 (No Class November 24) 9:30 – 10:00 AM This hands-on art class is designed as a “mommy-and-me” experience for both […]
The Potter’s Hands
Instructor: Kay Hunter
Dates: (6) Thursdays, October 14 – November 18
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Cost: $60 members/$70 non-members
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