Arts at Club is a fun place for members to learn and create new things. Each day, we do a number of different activities focused on the visual arts. For example, origami, painting, clay, drawing, collage, string, music and film are all things that we explore.
Arts Room Schedule:
Monday – Origami
Tuesday – String
Wednesday – Clay
Thursday – Collage
Friday – Open Art
This program focused on the creation and production of music. Members have an opportunity to learn the process’ of making beats, recording, writing songs, and basic instrumentation. About once a month they will also have the chance to be involved in the talent show as a part of the sound crew. That involves stage set-up and tear down, as well as working as a live performance technician.
Film Club is a group of members who are devoted to creating film, whether fiction or non-fiction, right here at Boys & Girls Club. Members who are a part of this club work together and learn how to create their own original stories, story board, physically film, act, edit, and upload.
VISITING ARTISTS WANTED!
Boys & Girls Club of Rochester is seeking qualified artists to lead workshops in a variety of media including visual art, music, theatre, dance, and creative writing for middle school and teenage youth. Submit your proposal for a 3-hour workshop (series of classes will also be considered), including work samples, lesson plan, and materials list for immediate review.
Please contact Naura Anderson for additional information: email@example.com
Meet the Music with SEMYO is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Our upcoming film & dance project with the Rochester Art Center is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Funding for upcoming arts activities is provided by a grant from the Greater Rochester Arts & Cultural Trust.