Harvey Milk Rec Arts Center

Harvey Milk Arts Center front enterance

Overlooking beautiful Duboce Park, the Harvey Milk Center for the Recreational Arts is as unique as the Civil Rights leader it was named for. Originally dedicated to the Performing Arts, the building, commonly called “Drama, Dance & Music”, was headquarters for the Performing Arts Division of the Recreation and Park Department since its construction in 1954. Duboce Park itself, has been a location for arts programming since the early 1920’s when the women volunteers of the San Francisco Urban Story League performed puppet shows and storytelling in the park for children.

The 23,125 sq ft center reopened to the public after an impressive $12 million renovation to the 55 year old building. Dedicated now to the Visual as well as the Performing Arts, the Harvey Milk Arts Center has quickly become the City’s newest Digital Destination with state-of-the-art technological facilities including brand new Sound Recording Studio & Digital Labs.

Located in the southwestern side of Duboce Park, the Harvey Milk Recreational Arts Building is also home to the Recreation & Park Department’s exceptional San Francisco Photo Center – the oldest (and one of the largest) public darkrooms for traditional black & white process printing still in existence in the United States. The building also features a multitude of arts & recreational programming in our expansive Ballroom, Dance Studio, Art Studios, multiple Exhibition Galleries and Scott Street Labyrinth.

Part of a quartet of Arts Centers, under the Cultural Arts Division, the building was officially re-dedicated in 1979 to Harvey Milk as t ribute to the slain City Supervisor after his assassination in 1978. The building’s recent redesign plays homage to the storied history of the recreational center & Harvey Milk, himself, in the form of a San Francisco Arts Commission suite of permanent art installations conceived of by artists Michael Davis and Susan Schwartzenberg. One of those pieces, “The American Dream: A Tribute to Harvey Milk” memorializes Milk’s words, “The American Dream starts with the neighborhoods…” fittingly upon the building’s Eastside.

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Spring Registration

This Saturday March 7,2015 at 10:00 am will be your first opportunity to sign up for our spring courses! We are offering a large variety of courses including art, dance, sports and fitness! You can sign up online at www.sfreconline.org , visit McLaren Lodge at 501 Stanyan Street or come … Continue reading

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Facility Schedule

Monday

Operating Hours: 9am to 6pm

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Dance – Adult CAT Kinetics 9:30 am 10:30 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Adult 18+ Dance & Theater TBA TBA 03/16 05/04

In this joyful class we focus on improving participants

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Dance – Adult Groove is in the Heart 10:00 am 11:00 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Joe Peteque 03/16 05/11

Come let us raise your spirit and improve your physical confidence through movement and dance-based exercise! This class combines a 15 minute full body workout and a 20 minute choreographed aerobic lyrical dance period followed by a 15 minute stretch session.

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Dance – Youth, Tweens & Teens HMCA Hip Hop Dance Crew 4:00 pm 5:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Andrea Cortes-Juarbe 03/16 05/04

Learn some new moves and share your talents with the rest of the class.

** REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM IS THROUGH THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR ONLY. STUDENTS ARE ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM AFTER AN AUDITION**

The Dance and Theater Wing of The Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce the newest addition to Harvey Milk Center for the Arts– the HMCA Hip Hop Dance Crew! This talented group of Hip Hop Dancers is selected BY AUDITION ONLY and will meet weekly to develop Hip Hop routines in preparation for live performances. This is a mini-company and meeting times are structured like a rehearsal. If you are serious about Hip Hop and interested in advancing to the next level and performing, please join us at the audition. A final performance will take place the last week of class.

For more information please contact Clove Galilee at clove.galilee@sfgov.org if you are interested in joining for the Spring session. Excellent attendance is required.

Final performance is May 4, 2015 at 6:30 pm. No class 3/30.

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Tuesday

Operating Hours: 9am to 9pm

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Dance Conditioning – Adult Dance Conditioning 9:30 am 10:30 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Sue-Ellen Campos 03/17 05/05

A full body workout with focus on a unique and balanced selection of exercise sequences designed to shape and tone the entire body. These classes will help you achieve and sustain a healthy body whether you are an expert or just starting out.

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Wiggle Worms 10:45 am 11:30 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Tot 5 & Under Dance & Theater Bernadette Flynn; Tierra Jones 03/17 05/05

In this class we will explore the different ways we move our bodies through space. Children learn basic motor skills and coordination while exploring space, time (rhythm), body orientation and gravity. Learn to hop, skip and gallop! Creative expression and improvisation is an intricate part of this class as the children enjoy what they have learned and how they can use it.

No class 3/31.

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Art – Tots Little People's Art Studio - Ages 30 months - 4 years 10:00 am 10:45 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Tot 5 & Under Arts & Crafts Monica Raden 03/17 05/05

Let your child express themselves through art in this new creative art class. This new class promotes artistic cognitive development linking tactile and visual learning. Materials based play in a super fun and casual environment. Adult participation is required. No class 3/31.

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Yoga – Adult Healing Yoga - Beginning 1:00 pm 2:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Stephanie Tucker 03/17 05/14

Yoga is an ancient practice used for developing strength and balance between mind and body. These classes will build your knowledge and skill in addition to teaching fundamental poses which will increase your flexibility, enhance muscle tone, and improve coordination. Please bring your own mat. Drop-ins welcome at Eureka Valley, Richmond, and Upper Noe Recreation Centers for a charge of $10/class. *All courses are taught by certified instructors.*

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Art – Youth, Tweens & Teens Art Embroidery for Kids 4:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Youth, Tweens & Teens Arts & Crafts Amy Keefer 03/17 05/05

Young artists will love learning to draw and write in color with embroidery. A class for the ultimate beginner, this weekly meeting will incorporate a new embroidery stitch every week. Students will learn about texture, color and composition while increasing concentration, dexterity and creativity. All materials will be provided in class. Stitching is a cinch! No class 3/31.

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Music Lessons – Youth Ukulele - Beginning Lessons 4:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Youth, Tweens & Teens Music & Creative Writing Judith Ostapik 04/07 05/05

This is a volunteer led program. Ukuleles are available for use during class, however, if you have your own, please bring it.

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Theater & Performing Arts – Youth, Tweens & Teens HMCA Junior Acting Troupe 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Lobby Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Evan Johnson; Suzanne Halka 01/13 05/6

**REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM IS THROUGH THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR ONLY. STUDENTS MUST BE ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM AFTER AN AUDITION. The Harvey Milk Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the newest addition to the Theater and Dance Department, the HMCA Junior Acting Troupe! This talented group of young performers is selected by audition only and will meet both Tuesday and Wednesday 5-7pm at Harvey Milk to develop their ensemble skills and activate their theatrical imaginations. A final performance will take place during the last week of class with all the elements of a finished production. PLEASE NOTE: Auditions for “You Can’t Take It With You” will take place Jan. 6, 2015 5 – 7pm at Harvey milk Center for the Arts. Call backs will take place Jan. 7, 2015 from 5 -7pm. If you are interested in joining the Troupe, please contact Clove Galilee at 415-624-7921. Excellent attendance and participation is required.

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Textiles – Adult Knitting 101 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Community Room Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Amy Keefer 03/17 05/05

Students will learn the basic skills that comprise the art of knitting. The projects designed for this class will each be based on a specific skill building naturally so that you will learn to knit for life! Start out making hats, scarves and fingerless gloves, and advance to making your own blankets, shawls, and YES even sweaters from a master knitwear designer. This class will teach you everything you need to know to begin your knitted life. Explore your creativity and master this timeless practice!

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Digital Arts & New Media – Adult Ableton 101: An Introduction of Ableton Live Suite 9 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Conference Room Adult 18+ Digital & Visual Arts Michael Buchanan 03/17 05/05

Student will learn how to synthesize, sample, program, record, mix and master music using Ableton live Suite 9 software. This class will cover: Ableton Workflow, MIDI programming, Synthesis and Sound Design, Sampling, DJing/Remixing, Processing, Composition, Improvisation and Techniques for Live Performance. This is an introduction and basic overview, but students with previous experience are welcome to come learn new tricks and fill in any gaps of knowledge. Bringing in your laptop is not required but is recommended. Newly donated controllers from Keith McMillan. Instruments are available for students during class.

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Textiles – Adult Intermediate Sewing 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Lauren Hartman 03/17 05/05

This class is for intermediates and anyone who wants to polish their sewing skills!

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Wednesday

Operating Hours: 9am to 9pm

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Dance – Adult Strength and Technique Fusion 8:45 am 9:45 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Joe Peteque 03/18 05/13

This class combines NYC Ballet Floor Barre exercises with small weight training and Pilates-based core strengthening combinations to create a unique class that builds lean muscle, improves balance and alignment and increases flexibility.

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Dance Conditioning – Adult Take the L.I.D. O.F.F. 9:30 am 10:30 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Sue-Ellen Campos 03/18 05/06

Tired of the same old boring workout routine? Then you need Take the LID OFF! This Low Impact Dance Oriented Fitness Fun class combines aerobics and simple dance movements to help you get healthy and feel great.

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Digital Arts & New Media – Adult Digi-U 9:30 am 12:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Adult 18+ Digital & Visual Arts Michael Buchanan; Lauren Hartman 03/18 05/06

Digi-U is a digital storytelling class developed specifically for the members of the CAT Program who are adults with developmental disabilities but all are welcome to join this class!

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Dance – Adult International Folk Dancing 10:45 am 12:15 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Ann Colichidas 03/18 05/13

Come learn Folk Dances from around the world. Circles, lines, sets, couples, trios – and more! No partner necessary. Beginners Welcome. Fun, exercise for all ages. Helps maintain balance and brain health. Seniors encouraged. Our dance circle is part of the Folk Dance Federation of California (North) and will open the door for a sociable leisure activity for now and into the future. Contact: Ann Colichidas 415 902-7690 acolichidas@gmail.com.

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Young People’s Teen Musical Theater Company Spring Production - "The Fantasticks" 12:00 pm 6:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Nicola Bosco-Alvarez 03/07 05/02

Pre- professional program for teens 13 – 19. Training in vocal, drama, dance, performance skills and theatre tech. Enrollment is by audition only . Previous experience is not required but recommended. For more information about auditions. Visit www.yptmtc.org or e-mail director@yptmtc.org or call 415-554-9523.

YPTMTC will be holding open auditions for the spring season production of

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Art – Youth, Tweens & Teens Tween Fashion Star 3:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Youth, Tweens & Teens Arts & Crafts Amy Keefer; Lauren Hartman 03/18 05/06

Unleash your inner fashion designer by learning to build with yarn, print, embellish, draft basic patterns, sketch, style and accessorize. You will learn innovative techniques from two master textile artists and fashion insiders. Class attendance is imperative to each student’s participation in a final fashion show to showcase their couture and personal style. This course is part of the McKinley After School program but is open to all. No class 4/1.

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Theater & Performing Arts – Youth, Tweens & Teens So You Think You Can Act 3:30 pm 4:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Suzanne Halka 03/18 04/22

Students are taught the fundamentals of acting and storytelling through fun theater games and a collaborative group project. After learning the fundamentals of acting and how to perform in front of others, the students will embark on a group project in which a classic story is brought to life and presented at the end of the session. This fun, energetic class gives students the chance to work together and learn the importance of ensemble cooperation and collaboration. A supportive ensemble and encouraging environment will allow even the shyest of students to shine in this introductory class. No class 4/1.

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Digital Arts & New Media – Youth, Tweens & Teens Digital Sound Arts 3:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Community Room Youth, Tweens & Teens Digital & Visual Arts Michael Buchanan 03/18 05/06

This class is designed as an introduction to exploring music and sound on many different levels. We will learn some of the basic ideas behind the sounds that we hear everyday, and will guide students through the origins of Jazz, Funk, Soul, Reggae, and Hip Hop music by illustrating examples and identifying forms and styles of music from different regions. The course will also examine hands on applications on how music is arranged, created and recorded. This course will breakdown basic signal flow and recording techniques taking the students through the basic setup of experimenting and capturing sounds, to then be able to record, edit, and manipulate their own material. This course is part of the McKinley After School program but open to all. No class 4/1.

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Theater & Performing Arts – Youth, Tweens & Teens HMCA Junior Acting Troupe 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Lobby Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Evan Johnson; Suzanne Halka 01/13 05/6

**REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM IS THROUGH THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR ONLY. STUDENTS MUST BE ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM AFTER AN AUDITION. The Harvey Milk Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the newest addition to the Theater and Dance Department, the HMCA Junior Acting Troupe! This talented group of young performers is selected by audition only and will meet both Tuesday and Wednesday 5-7pm at Harvey Milk to develop their ensemble skills and activate their theatrical imaginations. A final performance will take place during the last week of class with all the elements of a finished production. PLEASE NOTE: Auditions for “You Can’t Take It With You” will take place Jan. 6, 2015 5 – 7pm at Harvey milk Center for the Arts. Call backs will take place Jan. 7, 2015 from 5 -7pm. If you are interested in joining the Troupe, please contact Clove Galilee at 415-624-7921. Excellent attendance and participation is required.

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Textiles – Adult Knitting 102 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Community Room Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Amy Keefer 03/18 05/06

Are you ready to take your knitting to the next level? Are you a scarf and blanket expert now, and ready for a new challenge? Intermediate knitting is the class for you, think of this as Knitting 102. The projects in this session will build on what you already know, and introduce you to new techniques such as fair isle (stranded color work), intarsia (picture knitting), lace knitting, tailoring and much more! Patterns and instruction brought to you by a San Francisco based knitwear designer!! The unique projects designed specifically for this class will help you build and practice skills gradually. Master new techniques and create your own wearable art! *Materials will be available for demonstration, but students will need to supplement these with their own yarn and needles. *This is an intermediate class for those students who have knit before, for new knitters we encourage you to enroll in Knitting 101.

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Textiles – Adult Introduction to Sewing 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Lauren Hartman 03/18 05/06

This class is for beginners and anyone who wants to polish their sewing skills!

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Digital Arts & New Media – Adult Intro to Pro Tools: Recording Basics 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Recording Studio Adult 18+ Digital & Visual Arts Ben Versluis 03/18 05/06

This course introduces students to digital multi- track recording using Pro Tools. We will explore mic placement and use, signal flow and session set up options. Perfect for musicians, producers or songwriters looking to advance your sound engineering chops! Completion of this course will prepare you for our Pro Tools II class where continuing students will mix, edit and overdub original material.

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Thursday

Operating Hours: 9am to 9pm

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Dance Conditioning – Adult Dance Conditioning 9:30 am 10:30 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Sue-Ellen Campos 03/19 05/07

A full body workout with focus on a unique and balanced selection of exercise sequences designed to shape and tone the entire body. These classes will help you achieve and sustain a healthy body whether you are an expert or just starting out.

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Dance – Adult Chinese Folk Dance 11:00 am 1:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Kwai Sze Ho 03/19 05/14

Learn the fundamentals for Chinese folk dance including native dances and international folk dances. Lessons will focus on learning basic steps while improving balance and strength. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

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Yoga – Adult Healing Yoga - Beginning 1:00 pm 2:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Stephanie Tucker 03/17 05/14

Yoga is an ancient practice used for developing strength and balance between mind and body. These classes will build your knowledge and skill in addition to teaching fundamental poses which will increase your flexibility, enhance muscle tone, and improve coordination. Please bring your own mat. Drop-ins welcome at Eureka Valley, Richmond, and Upper Noe Recreation Centers for a charge of $10/class. *All courses are taught by certified instructors.*

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Music Lessons – Youth Violin - Intermediate Lessons 4:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Youth, Tweens & Teens Music & Creative Writing Judith Ostapik 04/09 05/07

Continuation from Beginning Violin, which includes becoming at ease with playing the violin and handling a bow. Basic music reading skills taught. Encouraged to already have some knowledge of the musical alphabet and how to play a simple melody. The class has quarter-size and half-size instruments available to barrow, but you are welcome to bring your own.

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Textiles – Youth Kids Knit & Crochet! 4:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Youth, Tweens & Teens Arts & Crafts Amy Keefer 03/19 05/07

From patterns to needlepoint, learn various sewing techniques and participate in artistic projects.

Finally! A knitting and crochet class specially for kids. Students will learn techniques like knitting, finger knitting and crochet to increase dexterity, concentration and creativity. Your hands + yarn = infinite possibilities. All materials are provided. No class 4/2.

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Dance – Youth, Tweens & Teens HMCA Junior Dance Company 5:00 pm 6:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Aimee Ellis 03/19 04/30

Learn some new moves and share your talents with the rest of the class.

** REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM IS THROUGH THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR ONLY. STUDENTS ARE ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM AFTER AN AUDITION**

The Dance and Theater Wing of The Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce the newest addition to Harvey Milk Center for the Arts: the HMCA Junior Dance Company! This talented group of young modern dancers is selected BY AUDITION ONLY and will meet weekly for Company Technique Class and Rehearsal. The emphasis of the company is to learn choreography based in Dunham Technique, a modern/jazz style of dance that blends African and Caribbean movement. A final performance will take place the last week of class. Excellent attendance required. All rehearsals and auditions will be barefoot with appropriate dance attire. For more information please contact Clove Galilee at: clove.galilee@sfgov.org if you are interested in joining the Spring session. Final performance is May 4. 2015 at 6:30 pm. No class 4/2.

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Textiles – Adult Introduction to Sewing 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Lauren Hartman 03/19 05/07

This class is for beginners and anyone who wants to polish their sewing skills!

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Textiles – Adult Beginning Crochet 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Community Room Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Amy Keefer 03/19 05/07

One hook and a length of yarn has infinite possibilities. This class will teach you basic stitches and techniques through skill based patterns. Projects are custom designed for this session. Learn to make cozy and colorful hats, scarves, shawls, slippers and blanket, stitch by stitch. Crochet fashion is a San Francisco staple.

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Digital Arts & New Media – Adult Electronic Music Lab: Advanced Ableton and Studio Techniques 6:30 pm 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Conference Room Adult 18+ Digital & Visual Arts Michael Buchanan 03/19 05/07

This class is designed for those who already have experience with the basics of Ableton or electronic music production. We will be using Ableton Live Suite 9 software, and integrating it with controllers and external hardware synthesizers, effects and drum machines. The goal of the class is to gain hands-on experience using a variety of tools, and make tracks with your own vision and creativity. The class is perfect for those who have already taken our Ableton 101; as it will advance the foundations established there into the next level of music composition.

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Friday

Operating Hours: 9am to 6pm

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Tot Space Roly-Polys 10:00 am 11:30 am Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Tot 5 & Under Early Child Recreation Bernadette Flynn; Tierra Jones 03/20 05/08

Fun and exciting classes guaranteed to encourage your tot to move, groove and learn. Adult participation is required.

Kids will enjoy a play space filled with music, balls, manipulatives, hula-hoops, tunnels, scooters, trikes and big wheels. Part open playtime, part structured class, this program gives toddlers an opportunity to engage in developing motor skills with the use of different apparatus, free play and exploration.

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Art – Adult CAT Ceramics 10:00 am 12:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Adult 18+ Arts & Crafts Erik Russell; Lois Marshall 03/20 05/08

Learn new skills and create exciting projects through a variety of programs that provide instruction in various art forms.

Express Yourself! Make creations with clay in this fun, introductory class. This class was designed for members of the CAT program who are adults with developmental disabilities but all are welcome to join in this class! No experience necessary. This class is a collaboration between the SFRPD, the SFUSD & the CAT (Community Access Training) program. No class 4/3.

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Young People’s Teen Musical Theater Company Spring Production - "The Fantasticks" 12:00 pm 6:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Nicola Bosco-Alvarez 03/07 05/02

Pre- professional program for teens 13 – 19. Training in vocal, drama, dance, performance skills and theatre tech. Enrollment is by audition only . Previous experience is not required but recommended. For more information about auditions. Visit www.yptmtc.org or e-mail director@yptmtc.org or call 415-554-9523.

YPTMTC will be holding open auditions for the spring season production of

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After School – McKinley ASEP Claymation - ASEP 3:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Costume Work Area Youth, Tweens & Teens After School Programs John Madden 03/20 05/01

No class 4/3.

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After School – McKinley ASEP Catoonimg - ASEP 3:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Lobby Youth, Tweens & Teens After School Programs Ralph Werner 03/20 05/01

No class 4/3.

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After School – McKinley ASEP Digital Sound Arts - ASEP 3:00 pm 5:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Community Room Youth, Tweens & Teens After School Programs Ben Versluis 03/20 05/01

No class 4/3.

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Dance – Youth, Tweens & Teens Kids Choreography and Dance Fundamentals 5:00 pm 6:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Dance Studio Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Joe Peteque 03/20 05/08

Learn some new moves and share your talents with the rest of the class.

This class introduces children to the world of movement. Children will learn basic technique while having fun! Ballet, jazz and modern techniques will be taught in relationship to choreography. Children will also have an opportunity to add their own creativity to choreography. Strength, flexibility, spatial awareness and a fitness goal will be included. This class is perfect for first time students that are new to dance, as well as more experienced students. Attendance at the first class is mandatory. Barefoot class. Appropriate dance attire

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Saturday

Operating Hours: 9am to 5pm

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Young People’s Teen Musical Theater Company Spring Production - "The Fantasticks" 12:00 pm 6:00 pm Harvey Milk Arts Center Ballroom Youth, Tweens & Teens Dance & Theater Nicola Bosco-Alvarez 03/07 05/02

Pre- professional program for teens 13 – 19. Training in vocal, drama, dance, performance skills and theatre tech. Enrollment is by audition only . Previous experience is not required but recommended. For more information about auditions. Visit www.yptmtc.org or e-mail director@yptmtc.org or call 415-554-9523.

YPTMTC will be holding open auditions for the spring season production of

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Sunday

Operating Hours: Closed

There are no Classes at this time

Facility FAQ

About the Facility: Harvey Milk Center for the Recreational Arts has a brand new Sound Recording Studio & Digital Labs with public darkrooms for traditional black & white process printing still in existence in the United States. The building also features multiple Exhibition Galleries and Scott Street Labyrinth.

Harvey Milk is located next to Duboce Park which features baby swings, play structures for kids and a sand play area. There is also a basketball court. The large grass field is a mecca for local dogs.

Renting the Facility: The Ballroom, Dance Studio, Art Studios, is available for rental through our permits and reservations office. You can contact them by calling 415-831-6800.

Directions: The recreation center is located at 50 Scott St between Lloyd St & Waller St.

Bus Routes:  Muni Metro N Judah to Duboce Park. You can also take J-Church or 22-Fillmore to Church and Duboce Streets and walk two blocks west on Duboce.

 

For More Information:

Email: brando.rogers@sfgov.org

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