Would you like to learn how to play the ukulele? Well then, this course is for you! Have a fun filled week making your own ukulele and then learn some songs to impress your friends and family.
July 7 – July 13, 2024
One week session
Saturday, July 13, 2024
Morning, exact time and location TBD
10 – 13
Total Capacity includes Residential and Day Students
In this exciting one-week program, you will not only learn how to play the ukulele, but we will take it a giant step further by teaching you how to build your own instrument, decorate it, string it and tune it. You will also make a one of a kind strap for your uke. By the end of the session, you will have learned some chords and strum patterns and you will be playing songs. The best thing is that you will have personally created the coolest uke around! Join us for the fun because we know, “Uke” Can Do It!!
Uke” Can Do It! does not require any type of assessment or portfolio to get into the program. Instructors will work with your child at the level that they are at. Your child will improve and learn new skills whether they are a beginner or have been an artist for years.
A REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE!
Comfortable clothes that can get messy
Sturdy closed-toed shoes
Cat Orlando earned an arts degree with an emphasis in three-dimensional design. She’s been teaching bearmaking during Idyllwild Arts Family Week since 2000 and since 2006, she has taught art, drama, movement and design during the Summer Program in Children’s Center. She is the President of F.A.M.E., a non-profit group that raises funds to assist children who want to take classes in the arts and she has been the Director/Instructor for her dance company called “On Your Feet” dance productions since 1998. She absolutely loves teaching young ones as they discover joy in their creative process, in all genres of art. Her motto: “In art, we don’t make mistakes, we create originals!” www.onyourfeet.info.
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