Viterbo University

 

 

 

 Summer 2013
Camps and Workshops at Viterbo University 


If you are experiencing financial difficulty, consider applying for a scholarship. 
Applications are due May 1, 2013.


Summer Camps and Workshops Scholarship Application

If you have questions about these camps or how to register, please contact Beth Franklin at bafranklin@viterbo.edu or 608-796-3735.

 

All registration for these camps and workshops will be done online.

Summer High School Art Workshop

June 17 - 21, 2013

The Summer High School Workshop classes will be taught by Viterbo University artists under the direction of Viterbo University art faculty.  To cover the cost of materials, and to continue to promote Art Education outreach programs, a $125.00 fee per student is charged. Lunch will be provided.

The Summer High School Art Workshop classes will meet Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Each day will consist of a morning session, which will include drawing and visual culture, and an afternoon session, during which the students will work in one art medium for the week from the following choices: painting, ceramics, digital filmmaking, photography, and printmaking.  The classes will be held on the 3rd floor of the Fine Arts Center.

There will be a closing night exhibit of the students' work. The reception will be held in the Viterbo University Art Gallery on June 21st from 6 - 7:30 p.m.
 

Registration Fee:

$125 per person
 

If you are concerned about the cost of the workshop, please fill out this scholarship form.  After you open the document, save it to your files and then complete it.  When finished, email to bmetel02235@viterbo.edu.  You will not need to register online.

Registration deadline is Monday, June 10th.
 

 

Camp Creative -- Creative Arts for Children:
Drama, Music, Art 

 

June 24–28, 2013

For ages 5–11 (must have completed kindergarten) 

In the Creative Arts for Children summer program, each student participates in three sessions – art, music, and drama—each day.  Broken into different age groups, the sessions will provide quality experiences and significant individual attention.  This one-week program is held June 24 - 28 from 8:30 a.m. – noon, Monday through Friday.  Parents are encouraged to join us at the open house held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, June 28.  Registration fee includes all materials. 
 

Registration Fee: 
 

$95   first child
$75   additional child in the same family

 

 

Opera Performance Workshop

July 16–20, 2013

The Viterbo University Opera Performance Workshop is created for young singers to explore performance practices in the opera genre in a true learning environment.  University undergraduates and high school juniors and seniors will be given the opportunity to partake in selected opera scenes.  Singers will participate in daily music and staging rehearsals culminating in a final public performance of opera scenes on Saturday, July 20, 2013.  Singers interested in a vocal performance career will find this workshop a great asset in their operatic training.  Participants can choose to commute or reside in our on-campus apartments.
 

Each registrant must audition in person or submit a 5 – 10 minute CD or DVD with his or her registration.  This will be used when determining roles and scenes for each performer. Live auditions may be scheduled with Dan Johnson-Wilmot when registration is submitted.  After roles have been determined, performers will receive their music in the mail to learn prior to arrival at camp.   Enrollment is limited to the first 20 applicants.  Contact Dan Johnson-Wilmot, dejohnsonwilmot@viterbo.edu or 608-796-3761 for information. 
 

Please our brochure for more information.
 

Registration Fee: (After a successful audition, you will be given a web address where you can register for Opera Workshop)
 

$275 tuition
$95 quad occupancy (two people per bedroom in a two-bedroom apartment)
$140 double occupancy (one person per bedroom in a two-bedroom apartment)
 

 


Residential Alexander Technique Workshop

July 8–13, 2013

Please read this document for more information about the workshop.

Humans are designed for movement and expression.  The Alexander Technique (AT) is a systematic study of the principles that govern human movement. These principles guide us to a kinesthetic experience of wholeness and lightness—thinking becomes clearer, feelings balanced, sensations livelier, and movement more pleasurable. Through this integrated, more conscious condition, we find our actions strengthened and refined.

The Alexander Technique Residential Workshop at Viterbo is an excellent way to study the technique at whatever level you are.  No previous Alexander experience is necessary.  New students can begin to build a foundation in AT principles. People who have studied before will find support to clarify and deepen their work.  Current Alexander teachers and teacher trainees can work with master teachers in a community setting.
 

There will be large and small group sessions as well as individual Alexander lessons.  Optional classes may be offered in related areas such as movement, voice, performance skills, and Alexander Technique in daily activities.  Contact Diane Foust, dfoust@viterbo.edu or 608-796-3769 for information.

If you attended any previous Viterbo Alexander Technique summer workshop, you are eligible for a $100 returnee discount.
 

Registration Fee:

$595 tuition
$195 quad occupancy (two people per bedroom in a two-bedroom apartment)
$300 double occupancy (one person per bedroom in a two-bedroom apartment)

Registration deadline extended to June 21st.