Mom Loves 2 Read: Gift the GIFT of ART this Christmas #local #gift

Dec 16, 2014

Gift the GIFT of ART this Christmas #local #gift


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REGISTRATION FOR JANUARY IS NOW OPEN...IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE HOLIDAY GIFT THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME!


present.jpegCHRISTMAS gift idea!
The Huffington Post, a reputable site, claims that the Number 1 gift that you can give your children this year are ARTS’
classes! For only $120 (January is free!), your child can experience the BEST GIFT EVER from January- May! We will have gift wrapped CLASSES in the ARTS’ starting in December at the studio. Here is the link of our classes: Class Schedule | Inspired Arts Academy. Click here to register! REGISTER . Hurry- promo ends December 23rd!


Afternoon in the Arts
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What does your child do after school? Play video games, sit around on the couch, eat junk food? If you want to combat boredom and that crazy evening extracurricular schedule, sign your child up for an Afternoon in the Arts class!

Each afternoon, we begin with an exploratory art class then move into gymnastics for fitness. Then, we offer an arts' class to further art education (Mondays are Movie Magic, Tuesdays are Music and Theatre, Wednesdays are Acting and Set design, Thursdays are Painting, Sculpting, Sketching and Fridays are Just Dancing!)
RENTALS- Inspired Arts is available for your next birthday or other party event, but Winter dates are filling quickly....call today to get your event on our schedule.
TEACHER of MONTH-

Tyler Kern

TylerKern headshotMy name is Tyler Kern. I’ve been passionate about filmmaking ever since I can remember. But it wasn’t until my senior year at Morton High School when I enrolled in a television broadcasting class that I knew video production would be my career. After finding out that Morton no longer offers the broadcasting class that inspired my career, I decided to get involved with the Inspired Arts Academy. I have worked video production for over 1,500 live events for venues like Wrigley Field, Peoria Civic Center and U.S. Cellular Coliseum. I am currently the Director of Video Production at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum where I supervise and direct all live events for the Jumbo-tron. I also work as Director of Video Production at Normal Community High School, where I work with high school students to direct the entire production of home football and soccer games for their newly added Video Scoreboard. When I’m not working those jobs, I own and operate Totally Kreative Video LLC, a live event video production company. We are the official videographers for the Morton Pumpkin Festival, the Bloomington Thunder Professional Hockey Team and Bloomington Flex Professional Basketball Team. In my free time I enjoy writing screenplays and playing basketball. My students will learn the three phases of filmmaking – pre-production (writing) production (directing) and post-production (editing). We will write, direct, and edit music videos, television commercials, and work as a team on a feature length documentary film.
Hannah’s Red Rocket Endowment Fund- Support at Eli’s this December!
8016493_orig.jpgYou love Eli’s and IAA and helping others? Stop by Eli’s coffee shop all month long and enjoy a Peppermint Mocha Truffle Latte and Eli’s will donate $1 to the Hannah’s Red Rocket Endowment Fund while IAA matches funds! This fund, established by the IAA Thompson family after the loss of their daughter to a brain tumor, provides accessible equipment for children who may be sick, or disabled in some way. 

Giving back and remembering… what the Holiday season is all about.

ARTS' partners-
Morton Fine Arts Association presents Fall/Winter Monday night concert series! Enjoy bands like Harmonicas, Phil Dirt and the Dozers (rockin oldies), Four Freshman (vocal pop), Bankesters (country gospel), and the Cats Pajamas (accapella) . Tickets are $25 a piece or $75 for entire series! Purchase these as Christmas or Birthday gifts for parents and grandparents online at Morton Fine Arts Association.



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