Registration is open!
From beginner actors to amateur musicians, our group courses serve a variety of levels and ages of artists in a range of arts fields. Our main intake periods for classes are in our Fall Term (classes begin September, registration starts May 15) and Winter Term (classes begin January, registration starts October 15), however classes can run anywhere from 4 to 32 weeks throughout the year. Find the right course for your interests and abilities. All courses are open to all members of the community (you do not have to be a U of R student to join!).
Winter Day Camps
Winter Camp runs Tuesday – Friday during the February Break (Monday is the Family Day stat holiday). Your child will enjoy a range of opportunities in the arts during their break from school.
These are four day camps for ages 3-14. If your child is over 14, contact our Program Coordinator to learn about volunteer opportunities for your child during this week. You will be required to pack a nut-free lunch and snack for your child during the camp week. The days for your child consists of learning about their art focus for the week, preparing for a short performance/showcase on Friday, taking outdoor breaks (weather permitting), working on arts activities and playing arts games to activate learning in their camp's focus, and more!
JUNIOR DRUMLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Do you have an aspiring drummer in your family? Feel the thrill of the game as part of the Conservatory Junior Drumline. A drumline is an ensemble of percussionists typically found within a marching band or drum and bugle corps, however, a drumline can be its own music ensemble. These drumline groups are popular in the United States and you will often see them perform their intricately choreographed and high energy pieces at pep rallies and during organized sports events like football or basketball games.
The Conservatory of Performing Arts is part of the University of Regina’s Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) where we create a variety of learning opportunities that empower people of all ages (our students’ age ranges from newborn to 99 years of age) to build stronger communities. We believe in partnerships, community and the value of active minds and active lives. The following programs are offered:
School's Out Camps take place during Teachers' Institute, Staff Development, and other days of the year when elementary school teachers are working but students are off school.Keep your child engaged and learning when school's out in a fun and musical learning environment! Click here for details.
The Conservatory Creative Preschool offers an arts-focused curriculum where children ages 3-4 are encouraged to explore their creative side through dance, visual art, music and more. Through the fall term the students have been putting their stamp on the preschool room with their creations.
For more information about the Conservatory Creative Preschool click here or call 306-585-5748.
Learning to play an instrument is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself or your child. The Conservatory offers lessons for a variety of instruments such as piano, violin, cello, flute, saxophone and more. Our instructors’ talents and expertise give Conservatory students a unique, high quality music education. Whether your child takes lessons for extracurricular activity or to pursue a career in music, our world-class instructors will nurture and develop your child to his or her highest potential.
Music lessons at the Conservatory are taught one-on-one with an instructor for typically 30 minutes once a week. Students can start at anytime during the year.
Musical Theatre and Drama
EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING
Child and Parent Strings
Music for Young Children
OTHER ADULT PROGRAMS
The Conservatory offers a variety of programs for newborn to age 99! CLICK HERE to learn more about adult programs offered. Find programs under the following topics:
Top 10 Reasons to choose the Conservatory:
Did you know you can apply for Creative Kids Saskatchewan funding to take our arts programs? Find more information here about who can apply and how to get started: http://www.creativekidssask.ca/our-programs
Want to learn more? Visit the Conservatory of Performing Arts website.