Planting the seeds of creativity
Century Fine Arts: Expanding your creative mind through the study of music and theatre arts
Ages 7-13 years old
Our Young Actors Workshop meets weekly during six weeks. This is an evening class designed to work on the fundamentals of acting through improvisation, movement, monologues and scene work. They will learn the theatrical vocabulary and technical aspects on how to put on a show.
The course concludes with a performance of scenes or a short 1 act play. This is a great class for those actors or students who want to improve their ability of speaking in front of an audience, make presentations, or want to build confidence and understand the dynamics of working in a group setting.
Early Music Development (Little Sprouts): TBA
A nimble and quick curriculum structured for parent and child interaction guided by the teacher. This class is based on Musikgarten curriculum. It is a 14-week music class where each session meets 1 time a week for 1 hour. Introduction to sounds of nature, the home, and the world around us begins the child’s sensory experience. Musical concepts presented through song, dance, games, and nursery rhymes will be practiced every week. Children will learn about rhythm through drumming, rhythm sticks and jingle bells. A class that is so much fun, where children learn through the joy of music and playing.
Homeschooling Guitar Ensemble: Fridays - January 29 - May 7, 2021
Young Actor's Workshop for Homeschoolers: TBA
Century Fine Arts is very proud to be providing musical and theatrical group classes to the homeschooling community of Fort Bend County. These classes meet once a week for a complete semester and follow a carefully crafted curriculum specifically designed to give our students an academic pattern often followed by the homeschooling community. We offer classes in group guitar, theatre, and acting classes. All classes have mid semester performances and exams as well as an end of the semester presentation. These presentations are often given at churches, senior living centers or in our performance space on campus.