Oba shares new and old stories—folktales, fables—including Anansi, Brer Rabbit, and Obalina Willamina the world’s most beautiful ballerina. All material will be adapted to fit the age group of the day’s participants. Class will include music, drums and ensemble activity.Read More
This course is full and closed for registration.
If you have a passion and love for dance, this class is for you! Or if Bollywood dance interests you and you’ve never done it before, this class is for you! Bollywood Dance combines traditional Indian dance with contemporary jazz and hip hope moves. Students will spend the week learning a unique and energetic dance and will participate in a group performance on Friday. Be aware this is a fast paced class! A background in dance helps, but is not needed.
Students who sign up for this class are required to remain for Friday evening performance. Please do not sign up for this class if you cannot commit to remain for the Friday evening activities.Read More
Presenting the first “Sun Foundation Follies”! Students will learn basic comedy elements through skits, silly songs, and slapstick. Students will perform a revue of classic comedy skits (“Who’s on First”) and novelty songs (“Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah”) on Friday evening. This will be an all-day major class except for Monday & Tuesday when students can sign up for minor classes.
Students who sign up for this class are required to remain for Friday evening performance. Please do not sign up for this class is you cannot commit to remain for the Friday evening activities.Read More
Class cancelled. Oba will now be teaching a new pee wee class, Time to Play. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Students will use interactive language arts (poetry, songs, storytelling, folktales and make believe). Incorporating the magnificent beauty of The Sun Foundation we will engage our imaginations as we read, write and tell stories in rhythm, with the group and individually. Students will discover and support individual talents and learn to share those talents for the benefit of the class, the camp and those encountered long after class is over. Formerly known as “Storytelling Time,” this new class adds a component of visual creativity to the course. Students will have at least one keep-sake combining picture and story. See Oba’s Firefly and Little Star.Read More