Lights, Camera, Action! Has your child ever wanted to star in their own music video or wondered what goes on behind the scenes when filming one? Well this is their chance to be a part of the action. Join us for this 5-day camp where we will create our very own music video inspired by The Greatest Showman! Participants will learn a piece of group choreography which will be practiced and reviewed over the five classes. They will also learn how to use professional face paints, make-up and hair techniques to create the perfect music video look. Participants will also be responsible for their own costume design using recycled clothing. Finally, we will put it all together to create a music video
All makeup and hair materials are supplied. Participants are responsible for collecting their own clothing pieces to make into their costume.
Participants will be required to bring, clean indoor shoes, a peanut free snack, art shirt/smock, water bottle, hat and sunscreen for park day. Camp intake forms will be mailed prior to the start of camp. Please complete and email this form back before your child’s camp week.
Tatiana Cheladyn holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Contemporary Dance from Simon Fraser University. She has been teaching dance and musical theatre in the Edmonton area for the past five years, and has choreographed over 15 community musicals for children and adults in that time.
Annie has danced since she could walk and it has always been her true passion. Having had the privilege of training in many dance styles including finishing her Grade 6 RAD and Checchetti ballet, ISTD Jazz and Tap, she furthered her education, studied contemporary and obtained a Bachelor (HONS) Degree in Dance and Choreography at the University of Chichester in England. Finishing university Annie successfully obtained a position to dance in the closing ceremonies of the London Olympics 2012, "It was the biggest performance of my life!" The creative nature that dance can ignite has always interested her and as such choreography has become one of Annie's main focuses. Since joining J'Adore Dance she has had the pleasure of watching children delve into the creative processes of dance and explore choreography in a whole different light. She completed her Certification in Integrative Dance from Rhythm Works, Intellidance and maintains her First Aid and CPR. "The imagination and innate creativity of children never ceases to amaze me; I look forward to furthering my career and sharing my passion for dance with as many people as possible".