For the 2015-2016 Trillium School for the Arts season, Trillium presents \u201cArrive for Five!\u201d This unique new programming features a variety of artistic classes for tweens, teens, and adults! The school season includes a total of seven sessions - five weeks each, which are dedicated to different forms of artistic expression.\r\nThe 2015-2016 season will feature classes such as; creative processes of dance using mediums such as art, poems, and music; Yoga for Tweens and Teens; Modern Dance Technique, Fusion Movement-ology; Hip Hop; Poi (Fire Dancing); Intro to Short Film-making; Intro to Acting; Creative Fiction\/Nonfiction Writing; and Reading Your Work - a class designed to prepare authors for spoken presentations! All of the 2015-2016 instructors have had extensive experience and training, and they each bring a fresh approach to their respective craft.\r\nEach class meets at the Lewis Theatre, once a week, during their scheduled session. Certain classes also have the opportunity to perform at Alive! @ The Lewis (formerly known as Friday Night Alive!) which will now take place on Sundays at 7 p.m.\r\nClasses are $50 for each five-week session, plus a onetime $10 annual fee. That\u2019s a total of $60 to try something new, strengthen your craft and technique, or to develop a new passion and excitement for the arts!\r\nAlso, Trillium offers a year-long Creative Movement Class for children age 3-4 and 5-6 on Wednesday. The class is taught by Kristen McMillion, a pediatric physical therapist, and takes place at the dance studio at Carnegie Hall.\r\nBe sure to check Trillium\u2019s website http:\/\/www.trilliumperformingarts.org to learn more about our unique classes, school instructors, and innovative community programs! For questions, please contact the Trillium office at 304-645-3003 or e-mail us at email@example.com.\r\nCome and get creative with Trillium Performing Arts Collective this 2015-2016 school season! Try us out - you just might like it!