Summer Arts Camps



Art by Larisa invites
6-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds to come and explore
Ukrainian folklore through dance, drama, art & cooking. 
We are offering 2 exciting camps:
One week of Dance and one week of Drama!


Hip-Hop to Hopak
August 13 - 17     
 
Session 1A:  6-8 year olds    Register Now
Session 1B:  9-12 year olds  Register Now
Fee: $275/camper

During this week campers are introduced to a variety
of dance styles and cultural activities.

Half Day Dance - exploring different dance styles including:
      Traditional Ukrainian, Jazz, Hip-hop, and Contemporary.

Half Day Folklore
- Art, Cooking (Borshch/Pyrohy), Rozpys,
      Storytelling, and a field trip to the Ukrainian Folklore Centre at UAlberta.

6-8 year olds - Morning -Dance,  Afternoons - Folklore
9-12 year olds - Morning - Folklore, Afternoons - Dance



Playmaking & Pysanky
August 20 - 24     
 
Session 2A:  6-8 year olds    Register Now
Session 2B:  9-12 year olds  Register Now
Fee: $275/camper

Coinciding with the Edmonton Fringe Festival campers
have an opportunity to explore drama and cultural activities.

Half Day Drama
- Playmaking, Masks, Makeup, Costuming
 - the things you need to know to go on stage.

Half Day Folklore - Art, Cooking (Breadmaking - Kolach/Paska),
Pysanky, Jewelry, Storytelling, and a field trip to the
Ukrainian Folklore Centre at UAlberta.

6-8 year olds - Morning -Drama,  Afternoons - Folklore
9-12 year olds - Morning - Folklore, Afternoons - Drama

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

-  Maximum Class size:  24 campers per session
-  Fees include art supplies, snacks, and field trip
-  Campers must bring their own lunch
      (microwave and fridge available)
- Before and After Care available
       8-9am and 4-5pm at a cost of $5 per hour/camper
-  Each camper receives a T-Shirt
-  Each week concludes with an awesome
   performance and art exhibit


Contact us for more information:


Art By Larisa
Phone: (780) 479-2813
Email: artbylarisa@shaw.ca

To register on- line click "Register Now":




Or to print out a registration form: click here


OUR INSTRUCTORS


Art & Folklore - Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn BFA Art&Design


Larisa is a graduate from the University of Alberta with a BFA in Art and Design. 
In the 1980’s she made her mark in the Ukrainian Canadian community with her
illustrations of children’s books published by Kazka Productions.  She then went
on to international renown with the creation of many watercolour collections
including Flowers of the Bible, Celebrating Women and a tribute to Leonard Cohen
entitled Dance Me...  For over 15 years Larisa has participated as Artist in Residence
in elementary schools across Canada - sharing her knowledge of art and Ukrainian
 folklore. She is currently a sessional art instructor at The King’s University in Edmonton. 



Dance & Drama - Tatiana Cheladyn BFA Dance


Tatiana is a Bachelor of Fine Arts graduate with Honours in Dance from
Simon Fraser University.  While at SFU, she worked with several renowned
choreographers and  performed Noam Gagnon’s “The ABC’s of Goodbye”
 at Vancouver’s 2011 Dancing on the Edge Festival.  Tatiana has also presented
her own choreography in Edmonton’s Nextfest, Skyward Motion Pictures’ 
“Static Motion”,  and at the Leonard Cohen tribute, “Tower of Song.” 
She was born and raised in Edmonton, where she studied at Victoria School
of the Arts.  Tatiana was also a company member of the Viter Ukrainian Dancers,
 has completed the Tier 1 Shumka Dance Syllabus teacher’s training, and has
taught dance and drama in a wide variety of summer camps, including camps
 for the City of Edmonton and the Foote Theatre School at the Citadel.


OUR FACILITY - St. John's Institute

Art by Larisa  Summer Arts Camps for Kids is presented in partnership with
 St. John’s Institute - located on Whyte Avenue within walking distance of the
University of Alberta.  This newly renovated facility features a spacious
dance/drama classroom with lots of natural light, a recreation room for all of
our cultural activities, and a full kitchen where we will learn to cook.

St John's Institute is located at:
11024-82 Avenue (Whyte Avenue)
Edmonton, AB
Phone: (789) 439-2320