Arts & Culture Outreach

We inspire creativity, promote exploration of the arts, encourage global awareness, and provide cultural programs to community members of all ages through outreach learning opportunities.
 
To register, please call 715-346-3838 or 800-898-9472 or Register Online.
 

Upcoming Classes & Workshops for Youth

Creative Expressions Through Dance (ages 3-5) (July)
Join Point Dance Ensemble’s (PDE) Artistic Director Pamela Luedtke and PDE Company members this summer and explore the expressive art form of dance using imagination and story based exploration.

Creative Expressions Through Dance (ages 6-8) (July)
Join Point Dance Ensemble’s (PDE) Artistic Director Pamela Luedtke and PDE Company members this summer and explore the expressive art form of dance using imagination and story based exploration. 

Crochet in a Day (10-and up) (May)
Learn how to crochet in a day! Learn about different types of fibers and a brief history of crochet. 

Spanish for Kids: Que Vive en Wisconsin?  (April)
We’ll explore the plants and wildlife living right here in Wisconsin, while learning Spanish along the way!

Upcoming Classes & Workshops for Teens & Adults 

American Sign Language - Beginning Level (January)
This is an introductory class intended for those with little or no knowledge of sign language or those needing a refresher course.

Ballroom Dance (March-April)
Dance like stars!  Dancing is great exercise, a wonderful way to relax, and spend quality time with a partner, friend or family member.

Beginning Watercolor Painting (October)
Put the FUN into the Fundamentals of watercolor. In this class you'll learn the basics of creating luminous, fresh watercolors: the "how to" of color mixing, brushwork, and the classic techniques that make watercolor unique, including wet-in-wet, washes, layering, and transparency.  

Brain Gym 101® (June)
Brain Gym® is an educational program which uses simple movements to enhance learning abilities in children and adults.

Chinese Cooking (April)
Dumplings (gyoza) are one of the most popular Chinese dishes both at home and abroad. Not only are they delicious, but the making of them is also a fun event that brings together all members of the family.

Clarence Darrow: A One Man Play by David Rintels (April)
Performed by Peter Baker and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc. Enjoy the tale of one of America's most famous lawyers, his life and his historic cases such as the 1898 Oshkosh woodworkers strike and the monkey trial.

Conversational French (June-July)
Learn pronunciation and vocabulary, including how to introduce yourself, ask directions, order from a menu, buy things, and other basic skills for tourists and business travelers.  

Conversational Spanish - Beginning Level 2 (May)
Learn pronunciation and vocabulary, including how to introduce yourself, ask directions, order from a menu, buy things, and other basic skills for tourists and business travelers.  

Crochet in a Day (May)
Learn how to crochet in a day! Learn about different types of fibers and a brief history of crochet. 

Glass Pendants Workshop (April)
This popular workshop will focus on techniques for making glass pendants, sun catchers, and other small items.

New York, New York! (October 21-25, 2014)
Join us for our 3rd annual fall get-away to New York City!

Masala Bhangra Workout®  (April-May)
This unique exercise dance mixes cardiovascular with typical Bhangra steps and style, to build core and full body strength. It is suitable for all fitness levels. Come join the fun!

Point Tap Festival (August)
Point Tap Festival invites national and international tap dancers from beginners to professional to Wisconsin each August for 3-days of intensive tap dancing.

Relaxation and Renewal (June)
Learn relaxation techniques such as gentle yoga, meditation, loving the self, and Qigong (movement exercises) that will help you find the peaceful core of your being.

Taking Control of Your Digital Camera (March)
This workshop is designed to unlock your potential as a photographer, so that you can unlock the potential of your Digital SLR and start taking amazing photos!
 

Tai Chi (April - May)
Learn traditional Yang Family T’ai Chi Ch’uan. This ancient art practiced for both health and martial training has spread from China throughout the world.
 



 

ACO Cancellations & Refund Policy

Students withdrawing at least seven days before the first day of class will receive a full refund.
Withdrawals made less than seven days before the class starts will be assessed a $20 cancellation
fee plus a materials charge.

For single session classes: No refunds will be given to cancellations made within 24 hours of the class
or for no-shows.

For multiple session classes or lessons: No refunds will be given after the second class session or lesson.

To cancel your registration please call 715-346-3838 or 800-898-9472 or email us at uwspce-aco@uwsp.edu


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