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Keyboard Art is the largest private school in the Tri-Community.   The teachers at our school are accomplished musicians, artists, yoga, martial arts, culinary, and science instructors with academic degrees, and decades of experience practicing, performing and teaching.  We specialize in performance, composition, music theory, music literacy, artistic and musical expression, movement arts, culinary arts and hands on science.  We believe that learning, experiencing, and creating, benefits children emotionally, mentally and physically and is the key to artistic success. 

All of our Master Teachers for music have more than 35 years of teaching in their field of expertise.  Most have either a Masters or Doctorate Degree in Music and/or Music Education and are qualified to provide the training necessary to prepare students for college admittance if they choose music as their major.  We are proud of the fact that we have successfully launched several students into their music careers.

Laura Rosky-Santoni & Ana Maria Maldonado Violinist & Cellist of the San Bernardino Symphony

November 4, 2018 3:30 PM Wrightwood Community United Methodist Church1543 Barbara St, Wrightwood, CA

 

Join artist Rick Caughman for a talk on branding and marketing in the arts.

Rick Caughman, originally from upstate New York, lives and works in Ontario, California. He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena with a degree in advertising illustration, which trained him to work in the communication arts. He began his teaching career at Chaffey College, the La Sierra campus of Loma Linda University, and the University of California at Riverside on a wide range of fine and commercial art topics. With his experience in fine and commercial arts he sees an importance in promoting “marketable thinking” for artists.

Exhibit opens July 15th and runs through July 25th, open Tuesday through Thursday and Saturday, 9 AM to noon or by appointment. This event will take place at the Garcia Center for the Arts located at 536 West 11th Street, San Bernardino, CA 9241o
San Bernardino is still healing from the 2015 Dec. 2 terror attack and the 2017 North Park Elementary School shooting. Domestic abuse and police brutality are also unfortunately still prevalent. The Voices Against Violence workshop series focused on the impact of violence through reflection, conversation, and self-empowerment, highlighting the personal experience of individuals affected by violence. Read poems and view art by workshop participants. Open mic and interactive exhibit! 

From left, Dawn Davis, Ann Van Haney and Miri Hunter. Miri's band, Hunter and The Wick'd played, and the group talked to folks about FRINGE.

The Founder s of Hi-Desert FRINGE were out in the community at the 29Palms Farmers Market last weekend, talking about the inaugural event this August!  Have your heard about this great new community event?  Artist Applications will be accepted until June 20, 2018 - all info is online at: hidesertfringe.org

   

 

JOSHUA TREE, CA, April 20, 2018: 

 

The inaugural Hi-DeF Hi-Desert Fringe experience is set for August 24-26, 2018.

 

Founders Dawn Davis, Miri Hunter and Ann Van Haney are hi-desert residents and performers active in the local theatre and arts scenes. They created Hi-DeF to provide a forum showcasing world-class innovative, boundary-pushing theatre and performance art in the Morongo Basin. The event will feature new works and world premieres from local, national and international artists as well as classes and panel discussions for artists and audiences.

April 22, 2018

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The Garcia Center for the Arts
536 W. 11th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410

Tel: 909.381.1900
info@artsconnectionnetwork.org

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Visual Arts Building, Rm. 308
San Bernardino, CA 92407

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