STUDIO LAB #1

OmniArts nebraska is happy to announce, STUDIO LAB #1, a performance arts intensive workshop over 4 Fridays, where participants will have the opportunity to train with 3 professional artists in 3 different art forms--voice, storytelling and movement-- over the course of each class, and to perform in an OmniArts nebraska showcase/salon for their friends, family and the public at the end of the intensive. These classes will be led by area artists, Daniel Kubert, Laurie Martinez, and Dustin Witte.

With compassionate support and guidance, these globally trained professionals will give the opportunity to develop an original cabaret-style performance which is only limited by your imagination... This can be a new piece or guidance on a piece already being developed. We will gather and begin with a low-impact, energizing, physical warm up promptly at 10 am. Lunch will be served.

Two class levels will be offered: A) ages 12-17and B) age 1 7 & up.

Participants under 17 will be admitted to the B sections by pre-approval only. Both A and B levels will meet at the same time, at the same place.

The Studio Lab classes will be Friday, June 22, 29, July 6, 13: 10am-4pm, PLUS four free workshops with Beth Muehling and Shelly Griess, co-owners of Lyp Schtick on Saturdays from 10am-Noon. With a Salon showcase July 27 @ 6:30pm. All classes will be held at Studio Two, in Calvert Office Park, 3601 Calvert St. ste #19 Lincoln, NE.

Cost is $175.00, lunch included. To register call 402-474-5745, or contact: info@omniartsnebraska.org

Registration ends June 18. For more information visit www.omniartsnebraska.org.

Date:
Friday Jun 22, 2012 | 05:00 pmFriday Jun 29,2012 | 05:00 pm'Friday Jul 06,2012 | 05:00 pm'Friday Jul 13,2012 | 05:00 pm'
Location: Studio Two, in Calvert Office Park, 3601 Calvert St. ste #19 Lincoln, NE
Cost: $175
Contact: Phone: 402.474.5745
Email: info@omniartsnebraska.org
Website: www.omniartsnebraska.org

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