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Community School of the Arts announces fall schedule

August 21, 2014

Indiana State University's Community School of the Arts is offering quality and affordable arts classes this fall for children and adults, running from September through December.

"CSA's fall program will have something fun for everyone," said Petra Nyendick, director of the Community School of the Arts. "Based on the success of our previous programs, we've added new classes for adults including printmaking, digital photography ll, New Horizons Band, and flute choir. Popular classes continue this fall such as African drumming, the Terre Haute Guitar Club, collage, photography, watercolor, ceramics and steel sculpture."

The fall lineup also includes programming tailored specifically for children and teens. Music classes include The Guitar Club, rock band, flute choir and The Terre Haute Children's Choir. Saturday art and theater classes include Out of This World, Paints and Pencils and The Imagination Stage.

Individual one-on-one music lessons are available to students of all ages and ability levels. Private instruction encourages music literacy, the growth of instrumental and vocal skills and develops patience, dedication, perseverance, goal setting and time management. Lessons are offered in most instruments, including the following: brass, woodwind, guitar, percussion, piano, strings and voice.

The Community School of the Arts, an Indiana State University Unbounded Possibilities initiative, provides the communities of the Wabash Valley and surrounding areas the opportunity to participate in non-credit classes in music, theater and visual art. CSA welcomes students of all ages, backgrounds and ability levels to experience professional and affordable instruction in the performing and fine arts.

Prices range from $135 to $225 for 12-week programming.

To view the fall schedule online, go to Call the CSA office at 812-237-2528 if you would like a printed schedule mailed to you or for information about financial aid. Parking passes are available for purchase by students of the Community School of the Arts for $1 per semester and may be obtained through the office.