The Dominica Institute For The Arts registration for September 2013

THE DOMINICA INSTITUTE FOR THE ARTS

IS A TRAINING CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

 Based at the Old Mill Cultural Centre, Canefield, Dominica

 

THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 9TH 2013

 

COURSES WILL BE AVAILABLE

IN

MUSIC, ART, DANCE AND DRAMA

Courses comprise one class per week over a period of 12 to 36 weeks

at a fee of $50.00 a month

 

REGISTER FROM MONDAY 3RD JUNE

 

For more information: Contact us at (767) 449 1804, 245 7800

Registration forms can be collected at the Old Mill Cultural Centre in Canefield

The Dominica Institute for the Arts is a project of the National Cultural Council and the Cultural Division

Old Mill Cultural Centre, Dominica

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13 Comments

  1. Timmy
    August 31, 2013

    Sorry you may have missed the current ads on the the 2013/14 available courses. They are:

    Dance:
    Ballet,
    Modern Folk and Salsa
    Creative Dance
    Traditional Dance

    Music:
    Music Theory
    Children’s Choir
    Keyboard
    Steelpan
    Guitar
    Flute
    Drum Set
    Traditional Drumming

    Drama;
    Introduction to Acting(7 to 12 years)
    Acting for Stage and Film (13+)

    Art:
    Drawing and Painting
    Photography
    Woodcarving
    Costume Building

    Kweyol Language and
    Arts and Events Management

    Classes usually run for one hour, between 4pm and 6pm. Tutors are highly qualified and experienced.

    One hour per class may be extended where there is the demand but would naturally incur added cost.

    Courses in dance ,art , drama and music at College level are being considered for the January 2014 semester(electives). Interest must be indicated by at least twelve(12)persons by the 6th September 2013.

    Persons interested in any aspect of the program may call Cultural Division on weekdays during normal working hours: 44-91804 or 44-06158 at other times

    4406158 at other times.

  2. Tara
    August 11, 2013

    I am a spouse to a student at Ross University and I would love to take a local Art class… however I would like to see more information available online. I agree that the courses are to teach you a new craft and to improve your talents you already have. We have these courses in the states and many are not for any credit, those are for academic universities employing professors. MANY spouses would sign up for courses if the info were available online.

  3. yes i
    May 29, 2013

    one class per week. 4 classes per month is a complete waste of time. need more classes per week

  4. Frabo
    May 29, 2013

    Well, i wonder what my father would think about what’s now taking place at the “OLD MILL.” He worked at the old mill as a truck driver back in the day. Wrong place for an Art Center.

  5. Ole Pro
    May 28, 2013

    Sometime in the future,I want to teach (music) there… for free :wink:

  6. Reality Check
    May 28, 2013

    Last year was a fiasco.

  7. Weh Papa
    May 28, 2013

    This institute for Arts is a waste of time. It is not accredited to any academic institution. The courses covered have no credit value and cannot be used to obtain a higher level. If Mr. Raymond Lawrence, Pearl Christian and the others had any idea of Education they would team up with the Dominica State College to give people value for these courses but no. Typical of Dominica what a shame

    • Ginger Power
      May 29, 2013

      the objective is not for any serious academic type of learning. It is for a more relaxed and practical approach, that way people can can get hands on training to do what they love and be able to practise it in the community. For the price I find it a good concept.

  8. cohenval
    May 27, 2013

    I agree. But they maybe do not have the human resource to put it online.

  9. Cultural Review
    May 27, 2013

    but.. I find dem people dere jokar wi. In de age of technology, instead of just posting the course offerings and terms online, allu asking people to call in for more info. That way the receptionist, will be burden with lots of unnecessary calls for trivial inquires that could have been settled easily online if the info or link to it was posted.

    • red rose tea bag
      May 27, 2013

      I was thinking the exact same thing! Course info should be online at least.

    • Anonymous
      May 27, 2013

      Lmao! You are so right!! :mrgreen:

      • smh
        May 28, 2013

        but but allu not easy. what else allu want..the course is 50.00 right and the courses are music, arts drama dance. what elese u need to know? so if something else is needed to b known simple call..the basic that we need to know is posted. wey wey wey. looking 4 probs in everything. some domnichien

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