Are you between the ages of 8 and 14?
Do you love to paint and draw?
Do you love to sing and make music?
Do you love to act and dance?
If your answer is yes to any or all of these questions, this summer’s Bach Festival Youth Arts Camp is for you!!!
- WHEN- We create from July 9 to 13 from 9 am – 4 pm each day.
- COST- For the full program which includes all materials, the cost per participant is $250 plus HST ($282.50).
- WHERE – Exeter Christian Reformed Church
PROFESSIONAL ARTS FACILITATORS
Aimee Rau = Music + Huron County + Kids. A music teacher of 25 years, Aimee is known for her vibrant and fun-filled studio of 100+ students in Zurich: The Music Box. An active member of Music for Young Children, Aimee won the 2008 MYC Cornerstone award in recognition of her contributions to this program.
Catherine Weber is a talented and versatile artist. Born in Switzerland, she brings firsthand knowledge and appreciation of European Masterworks as well as a facility with many forms of art: from paint to clay, printmaking to out-door sketching. A recipient of numerous awards both local and national, Catherine enthusiastically shares her love of art through teaching others in various art groups, schools or private lessons.
Stacy is an actor, arts educator and acting coach. Since moving to Stratford, she has worked with The Foundation For Education, Playmakers Theatre School, Arts Express and Dimensions in Dance, where she teaches in the Get Connected and Triple Threat Program.
Currently she is co-creating and performing “The Ladies of The CNR” and recently finished a run of “The Ladies Foursome” for Drayton Entertainment and Theatre Aquarius.
Stacy has also worked extensively on film and TV, including Rookie Blue, Jessie Stone, Relative Chaos, Sebastian, Marion Bridge and Genie nominated role in the film New Waterford Girl.
She has a B.A. in Theatre from Dalhousie University.