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A Work on a Wheel Camp 2018

A Work on a Wheel

Monday, July 16, 2018 at 4:30 PM - Friday, July 20, 2018 at 6:30 PM (CDT)

A Work on a Wheel Camp 2018

Registration Information

Type End Quantity
Module - New Independent Artist   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - The Art of the Song   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Marketing and Branding   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Guitar   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Bass   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Drums and Percussions   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Keyboard Competency   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Theory of Music   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Sound Engineering   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module -Studio Engineering   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Visual Arts   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Photography   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Drama   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Dance   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Art   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Choral   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  
Module - Strings Instrument Laboratory   more info Jul 9, 2018 Free  

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Event Details

A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2018 provides a holistic collaborative, and educational experience that connects increased knowledge to passion across the fields of music, production, and the arts.  Participants must be entering the 6th grade or older.  Class times vary.

See details below.  

ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE FREE!

You may also register by phone at 1-402-457-5231 or in person at Salem Baptist Church.

YOU MUST REGISTER IN PERSON AFTER JULY 9.  THOSE WHO REGISTER AFTER JULY 9 ARE NOT GUARANTEED TO RECEIVE A CAMP T-SHIRT. 

Pick two modules for the week.  Participants MAY NOT attend more than two modules per night, and must attend the modules for which they registered.

New Independent Artist 

The New Independent Artist (NIA).  NIA gives participants an overview of developing and executing business plans that may include establishing small firms (i.e., record companies and start-ups). This discussion will include an overview of the music industry, including the music industry, career paths in areas such as arts management, music products and diversity of merchandizing, public relations, music production and recording, publishing, and online music distribution. The course also includes valuable information regarding strategic positioning and competitor analysis, as well as marketing, teaming, and project and operations management. This course will explore marketing strategies that involve creating a differentiated name and image -- often using a logo and/or tag line -- in order to establish a presence in the target consumer's mind and attract and keep fans, consumers and followers. 

Music Industry

The Art of the Song.  The co-facilitators of this interactive session will guide participants through a step-by-step music production process from writing to mastering their own original pieces.  Students will participate in the creative process including songwriting in various styles, and all production aspects of music including people, procedures, data structures, software, hardware, and computer music environments.  Songwriters should not miss this course.

Marketing and Branding.  This class will explore marketing strategy that involves creating a differentiated name and image — often using a logo and/or tag line — in order to establish a presence in the target consumer's mind and attract and keep fans, consumers and followers.

Instrumental Classes

Guitar.  Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental techniques in solo and ensemble performances, stage etiquette, interpretation, improvisation and accompaniment are included in this course. This course also enforces proper tuning, instrument mastery, and correct posture and hand position.

Bass.  Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental performance techniques. Enhancement of tone, sound quality and style development are demonstrated.

Drums and Percussions.  Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental performance techniques. This includes drum language, exercising proper drumming speed and comfort, proper holding and striking the drum, coordination drills and rhythms and instruction when playing with a group or as an accompaniment.  This course will have both beginner/intermediate and advanced sections.

Keyboard Competency.  Instruction in the basic and advanced development of functional keyboard skills including scales, arpeggios, improvisation, harmonization, and accompaniment.

Strings Instrument Laboratory. Introduction to the performance and pedagogical techniques for the violin and cello.

Theory of Music.  This course includes basic vocabulary and grammar of music: fundamentals (intervals, scales, modes, keys, triads), counterpoint studies, and music theory studies.  This session is appropriate for beginner and advanced students. Fundamentals of music, diatonic vocabulary, and aural skills are incorporated into this course curriculum.

Audio Classes 

Sound Engineering.  This course instructs participants in the basics of effectively reinforcing live sound.

Studio Engineering.  This course instructs participants in learning the basic concepts of acoustics and electronics and how they can be applied to understand musical sound and make music with electronic instruments. Topics will include: sound waves, musical sound, basic electronics, and applications of these basic principles in amplifiers and speaker design.

Visual

Visual Arts.  This course introduces participants to the languages, concepts, and practices of art through visual and art historical perspectives. Participants are also introduced to all of the visual art practices, including drawing and painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, conceptual and installation art, video art, earthworks, and performance art, as well as craft and graphic design.

Photography.  Participants learn basic camera techniques and how to process their images in digital format. This course provides the student with basic aesthetic principles as well as an extensive range of practical photographic techniques needed for entry into the photographic workplace and/or for artistic expression.

Fine Arts 

Drama.  This class builds and expands vocal, acting and movements skills. The course is designed to increase student's understanding of theatre as an art form and cultural influence.

Dance.  This class allows participants to become acquainted with basic techniques of dance and movement. The class provides vast gains in movement skills and finding confidence and enjoyment through dance.

Art.  An introduction to the technical and conceptual aspects of two and three-dimensional design, focusing on drawing and sculpture. Participants develop an understanding of 2 and 3-D designs learn handmade and shop oriented technologies, and explore analytical and conceptual drawing.

Vocal

Choral.  This class emphasizes the basics of vocal technique and history. Participants will learn to better identify their voice part and its relevance within an ensemble. Music will be explored through various genres, cultures and periods.   The course will also introduce the performance and pedagogical techniques for voice. 

 

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Omaha, NE 68111

Monday, July 16, 2018 at 4:30 PM - Friday, July 20, 2018 at 6:30 PM (CDT)


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