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Do-Re-Mi School of Music & the Arts
93A South Livingston Avenue
Every person is potentially talented. We help children to unfold, find trust in
their artistic abilities, make a friendship with pencil and a brush, to become familiar with different medias and techniques…In other words to become confident in art.
We also think art helps children to grow, makes them well balanced and happy. Not only it brings pleasure to create, but also helps to build one’s future life in any carrier.
We are very happy with our teaching experience. It’s amazing to see how often we get children who have to start from scratch and in a few lessons they are focused and joyful young artists who know what they are doing!
With every class their abilities get really stronger as well as their coordination (fine motor skills), perseverance, concentration. The fact that they can create a piece of art and share it with others makes them really happy!
The first year of our Art studio, 2003. Teacher: Olga Zlotsky
We offer classes with painting, drawing and sculpting as a base core. It’s mostly figure drawing, still lives and landscapes, balancing the colors and shapes. Following, we offer some applied art: prints, silk painting, work with ink, charcoal, pastel. We study styles, artists and the art history. We do modeling, study design, work with color and composition. We avoid copying or step by step painting, we want the children to work more independently and feel art from the inside. The exception is a once a semester class of the old master copying. Mostly, we give out a specific assignment and see how children can unfold and create, being helpful with making suggestions on improvements.
We try to stay informal. We are always positioning ourselves as friends who are more experienced, but not as an art authority. We work in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere building trust and joy.
Elena and Boris Kuznetsov at the lesson
We encourage individual expression within class instruction.
Teacher: Karine Arshakyan
Art at the Museum
We run a children's art program at the Metropolitan Museum (NYC), Met4Kids. Please ask for more info.
Teacher: Karine Arshakyan
Please click the link: http://www.doremi-nj.com/art-schedule
Still Lives. Teacher: Anna Conte
Sept 04: lessons start
Sept 25-26: no classes, Rosh-ha-Shanah
Oct 4: no classes, Yom Kippur
Oct 31: no classes, Halloween
Nov 27 -30: no lessons, Thanksgiving break
Dec 24-Jan 03: no lessons, New Year break
Feb 16: no classes, President's Day
March 30-Apr 5: no classes, Spring break
May 23-25: no lessons, Memorial Day break
June 20: the last day of spring semester
June 22: the first day of summer semester
Tuition and Fees Teacher: Anna Conte Teacher: Karine Arshakyan
Monthly Tuition: $97
Materials: $50 for semester (charged at the registration and in February.)
Multi-media: glass painting. Teacher: Anna Conte