Firehouse children's programs near

Firehouse Art Center is gearing up for Session One of its Children's Summer Art Program. The program begins Monday at the FAC campus, 444 S. Flood Ave.

First session students ages 5 and 6 will attend two 45-minute classes (with a 15-minute break between) each weekday from 1-2:45 p.m. Tuition will be $75 for two weeks with instructors Lyuda McCoy and Jayne Hughes.

The 7-9 and 8-13 age groups will have two one-hour classes per weekday. Classes are 9:30 until 11:45 a m. for 7-9 year olds and 1-3:15 p.m. for ages 8 to13. Tuition for each two-week course will be $95.

Students 8-13 will go behind the scenes designing sets for Sooner Theatre's upcoming production of "Music Man Jr." Parents and students will be invited to watch the final dress rehearsal of the show June 28.

Each of the FAC's summer classes will enroll no more than 24 students per session. Students will receive individualized attention from teachers and counselors.

For more information, call 329-4523 or visit www.normanfirehouse.org.



New 'Gallery' episode airs Tuesday

An all-new episode of "Gallery" premieres 9 p.m. Tuesday on OETA. The Emmy award-winning arts and culture series will profile a sculptor, a music scientist and one of Oklahoma's most prolific CEOs. The show will cover Sonic's Cliff Hudson rise to the top thanks to creative thinking, Lawton sculptor Mike Saas's use of bones as artistic expression, and Guthrie musician Craig White's combined passions for music and science.

Each month on OETA, "Gallery" captures Oklahoma's forms of art, including dance, sculpture, education, music, painting, photography, performances and more from every part of the state.

For more information, visit www.oeta.onenet.net.

-- Transcript Staff

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