TEST of TIME provide custom imagery to commercial and individual clients.
We also present digital photography workshops and photographer tours for adults of all skill levels. In 2010 over 300 people attended on our photography classes and events.
We are have been teaching dance and music classes for 25 years. We added ZUMBA classes to our schedule almost 3 years ago and they have taken off with a bang! Come in and find out why thousands of people choose Dance Images Dance & Music Center as their studio!
Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts bustles with creativity at its three campus locations in Massachusetts, Atlanta, and Washington, DC. Inside the classrooms, seasoned instructors lead hands-on workshops that delve into an array of artistic interests, including filmmaking, photography, animation, graphic design, and audio production. Teachers and students use state-of-the-art tools such as Arri video lighting, Adobe Creative Suite software, and Epson inkjet printers capable of producing counterfeit Disney Dollars.
The faculty members at the School of Rock believe that immersion is the best way to learn any new skill, which is why they don’t just teach students how to traverse the notes and rhythms of guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and vocals in isolation. In addition to teaching students the technical skills during one-on-one lessons, the professional music instructors push them to fuse their individual parts into songs during full band practices with fellow beginner rockers. This combination of one-on-one attention and cooperative group learning helps kids of all skill levels hone their craft while overcoming common pitfalls such as stage fright or playing off-tempo. As kids learn to shred riffs, pound out drum solos, and summon Ronnie James Dio by hitting the correct vibrato atop a silver mountain, the classes build their confidence and kick-start a lifetime of loving rock 'n' roll.
Alexandra Rozenman's career has taken her from the Soviet underground to a prominent place among some of America's most revered cultural institutions. Born in Moscow, she found her footing alongside now-famous dissident artists before political pressures brought her to the United States as a refugee in the late 1980s. From that point on, her surrealistic, multilayered paintings have only gained momentum, taking her from an MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts to international exhibitions—including an upcoming exhibit at the Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge—to a fellowship with the MacDowell Colony, an illustrious group of bohemians whose members have included James Baldwin and Michael Chabon.
Having risked everything to follow her own politically conscious muse, Rozenman knows how important self-expression is to every artist. Accordingly, her classes at Art School # 99 arm students with the technical skills and supportive environment they need to bring their vision to life and the authority they need to keep it from running away and playing pranks on the mayor. Programs often reach beyond the canvas to embrace the artist as a whole person: classes might incorporate readings, movies, or collage techniques, and cultivate salon-style inspiration with French-impressionist-appropriate wine or russian tea.