Dominica Institute For The Arts courses for semester one

The Dominica Institute for the Arts announces its courses for the first semester in the new academic year starting in September 2013. The following courses are being offered: Art, Creative Dance, Ballet, Keyboard, Music Theory, Functional Guitar, Ballroom and Modern Folk Dance, Steelpan, Drum Kit, Children’s Choir, Flute, Acting for Film and Theatre, Traditional Dance, Woodcarving, Kweyol Language, Costume Building, Arts & Events Management, Costume Building and Photography.

Registration is now open and interested persons can register at the Cultural Division at Old Mill, Canefield. For more information please contact the Cultural Division at numbers 449-1804 or 266-3421.



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  1. sense
    September 2, 2013

    Where would it take place

  2. Queen
    August 30, 2013

    I followed a year of two courses last year and it was fantastic. Now I use my skills at my job.One of my colleagues in the class help out in her church and another in her community with some youth. So for your information, the skills are worth learning to develop our communities.

  3. Bigman Talk
    August 26, 2013

    I would really like to know where all these young talent are placed after all these quests in Dominica. It seems all of these so called organization should take a leaf out of Collywood TV organization. I really love what they are doing for proper talented people in Dominica and the Caribbean. Love the new movie Collywood “The Arrangement” saw it on Pay Per View. Well done.

    • Too Hard Too Long
      August 29, 2013

      Your comment is very derogatory.

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