Be in a Play Camp

August 15-19, 2022

Schedule: 10-11 am Mon-Fri

Instructor: Elizabeth Johanna

Registration Deadline: Registration Closed

Description

Put together costumes, backdrops, and props, learn lines, and put on a play at Alley Stage for your friends and family—all in one week—and have a really good time doing it all! Grades 3-8.

Class size 10

  • Tuition $25
    • Please select the “Proceed to Checkout” option to purchase this workshop and use the “Order notes” field to enter the name of child/children who will be attending this class.

Instructor

Photo of Hal Aavang

Hal Aavang

After retirement as an architect, Hal Aavang was looking for a way to combine a practical skill with his lifelong love of working with metal, and to also use this skill as an art form. He found the blacksmithing program at Shake Rag Alley, and started with a basic blacksmithing class taught by Bob Tuftee using the traditional coal forge.…Read More

After retirement as an architect, Hal Aavang was looking for a way to combine a practical skill with his lifelong love of working with metal, and to also use this skill as an art form. He found the blacksmithing program at Shake Rag Alley, and started with a basic blacksmithing class taught by Bob Tuftee using the traditional coal forge. In order to continue blacksmithing at home, the propane gas forge provided a clean and readily available forging heat for his projects. A MIG welder and oxy-acetylene torch added additional support for his home blacksmithing shop where he works on many pieces such as traditional hooks, fire pokers, flowers, other art projects, and an expanding list of future works. Hal is a member of the Upper Midwest Blacksmith Association. He keeps, sells, donates to charitable causes, displays his work, and accepts commissions.

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