Spotlight pattern: Sewing Patterns + Pattern Books

Spotlight – Patterns – Atlassian Design System

A spotlight focuses attention on a specific piece of UI, like a button or an icon. It can also be used to guide users through tasks that require multiple steps to complete. Only a single spotlight should be used on the screen at one time.

  1. Spotlight area: The section of the UI that you want to call attention to. It can be rectangular or circular. Typically this is an isolated location like an icon, button, or text field.

  2. Message: Try to restrict messages to three lines in length. Showcase a single change or update and concentrate on the benefit to the user. Try to avoid just naming the function.

  3. Action: In a multi-step flow, this will be the skip and next buttons, in spotlights where you want a user to try an action, this should lead to that (single) action.

  4. Pulse: Subtle pulse animation to draw attention to the spotlight area.

  5. Blanket: A translucent overlay that covers the rest of the screen that is not being spotlit.

Spotlight card

The spotlight card is flexible and can be tailored for different contexts. You should design the content of your card to support the goal of your design solution.

  1. Stepper: Step through a series of cards to communicate multiple benefits of a single focus element or subsequent benefits for a related task. Avoid using this to show the actual steps of a task.

  2. Secondary button: Include a primary and secondary action. Best practice is to allow the user to skip or dismiss the spotlight.

  3. Spotlight area action: Include a call to action for the user to interact with functionality within the spotlight area.

  4. Illustration: Include an illustration if it enhances the understanding for the user, and does not distract. Illustrations should be composed of metaphorical imagery that relates to the spotlight content or benefit.

  5. Title: Include a title to inspire or draw the user into a message that may positively impact them, but may be ignored.

Positioning

The position of the spotlight card is flexible and will be repositioned depending on how close the element is to the edge of the screen.

Pulse

The spotlight area should have a subtle pulse animation to draw attention to the focused area.

Best practices

  • Keep the entire flow in mind. Sequence tasks or messages in a logical way to increase success. 

  • Always offer a dismiss option at each step. Don’t force people to participate.

  • Ideally, spotlights should only have a single step. Try not to overwhelm people with too much information. Try and combine and/or eliminate tasks where possible.

    Aim for 3-4 steps as a maximum. People only need enough information to get them started.

Illustrations

  • Use them to make complex ideas more accessible.

  • Maintain visual continuity through your messages.

  • They can be metaphorical and designed in conjunction with UI copy.

  • Efficiently convey brand personality.

  • Don’t use them as decoration or without consideration.

  • Use them as a tool to guide people in the right direction.

Writing tips

Titles
  • Titles are optional however, use the title to communicate the main benefit to the user.

  • Write in sentence case with appropriate punctuation.

  • Spotlight titles are a good place to add wink.

  • Try to limit titles to three words, although four words are permissible if you are using a short article like “an”, “a”, or “the”.

  • Personalize where you can.

Message copy
  • Include: the benefits of a feature or functionality, and why it’s important to the person seeing it.

  • Try to keep the text length to two lines at the product’s minimum supported size.

  • Be considerate of peoples time and patience. Short bursts of information are better. Don’t repeat content from the title.

  • If you talk about an element or a location within the body of the spotlight message, that element should be visible on the screen at the same time. Don’t talk about things that the viewer can’t see.

  • Avoid having people look in another location for more information, but if it cant’ be avoided, use a “Learn more” link.

Call to action (CTA)

  • When leading people through the steppers of a spotlight use “Next”.

  • An option to dismiss or cancel lets people feel reassured that they can opt out.

  • For the last step in a series of steps, for any new or modified First Impression which closes a spotlight message, or to end a product tour use “OK”.

Spotlight pattern by Janina Kallio

Generous and versatile, Spotlight is an everyday essential with clean lines and interesting details. A beautiful lace pattern with picot edging is the focal point of this gorgeous shawl.

Starting with just two stitches, you knit Spotlight diagonally for a slightly asymmetric triangle. A perfect combination of garter stitch, eyelets, stripes and lace create visual interest and keep you entertained the entire project.

Choose two gorgeous colours of your favourite yarn and indulge in this enjoyable and meditative knit.

This pattern has complete written instructions and optional charted instructions for the lace.

YARN
Two colours of Madelinetosh Tosh Sock (100% merino wool; 361 m / 395 yds per skein), one skein of both colours. Shown in colours Oak (C1) and Silver Fox (C2).

Or similar fingering weight yarn.

AMOUNT OF YARN
Colour 1 (C1): 336 m / 368 yds
Colour 2 (C2): 242 m / 265 yds

NEEDLE
Size 4 mm / US 6 circular needle. Adjust needle size to obtain pattern gauge.

This shawl is worked flat but I recommend using an 80-100 cm / 32-40 inch circular needle to accommodate the growing number of stitches.

FINISHED SIZE After blocking
205 cm / 81 in (wingspan) x 86 cm / 34 in (depth)

STITCHES USED
k: knit
p: purl
kfb: knit to front and back loop of the same stitch

ssk: slip, slip, knit
sl2k1psso: slip 2 stitches knitwise, knit 1, pass the slipped stitches over
yo: yarn over
k2tog: knit two stitches together

TYPE OF INSTRUCTIONS
This pattern has complete written instructions and optional charted instructions for the lace. Blocking instructions and a schematic are also included.

LANGUAGES
English

TERMS OF USE
For personal use only. Do not copy, share or sell the pattern.

You may sell the knitted item made using this pattern.

REFUND POLICY
All digital sales are final. Please shop mindfully.

PATTERN SUPPORT & QUESTIONS

DELIVERY
Instant PDF download. Shop, download & cast on!

Handpainted Pattern Spotlight: Fallow | Fireclay Tile

Our Agrarian Collection features patterns that can be installed in so many different configurations, so we thought it best to give these patterns their own spotlight. First up is Fallow! Each 8×8 tile features a quarter of a circle, giving you the freedom to construct or deconstruct the pattern in any way you choose. Arrange it to make full circles, semicircles, four quadrants, or a combination of all three. We’re sharing design inspiration below, but if you want more head to our Agrarian Pinterest Board

Full Circle: 
Four of these tiles make a full circle. Go for bold polka dots in our Cool Motif or more subtle with the White Motif

We love the idea of trying two color motifs in an arrangement like this (our graphic designer calls it “Moon and Stars”): 

Half Circles: 
Whether you set them horizontally or vertically, you’re sure to be over the moon for this pattern. 

Tile Shown: Fallow in Cool Motif

These half circles make for an equally impactful wall or floor tile option: 

Tile Shown: Fallow in Cool Motif 

Tile Shown: Fallow in Cool Motif // Photo: Sonja Rasula

They can also be set in an offset pattern, which has an oversized Ogee Drop feel: 

Tile Shown: 2×6 in Feldspar with handpainted Fallow in White Motif // Design & Photos: Reserve Home

Tile Shown: Fallow in a custom Ivory and Sandstone colorway // Design & Photo: Sarah and Rich Combs

Quarters: 
This pattern options as a subtle feel that makes the perfect pop of pattern for a wall application: 

Tile Shown: Fallow in White Motif 

Tile Shown: Fallow in Warm Motif 

Try a pin wheeled look by turning the tiles like the rendering below (how amazing would a floor be in this pattern?)

Complimentary digital renderings are available for projects 75 sq/ft and above.

Get Creative:
One pattern, endless opportunities. We discovered that you can really get creative with this pattern and make an installation that’s all your own. For example, this rope-like configuration: 

Explore a blend of two motifs and create a repeating circular pattern like this: 

You can also create a hypnotic statement in your space with something like this: 

Inspired by fallow? Order a sample of your own. Need some help? Simply chat, call or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly. 

Designer Spotlight: Manja – Makerist

This week in our Designer Spotlight we would like to introduce you to one of our passionate and creative designers and their shop which is featured on Makerist! This week, we spoke to Manja of Dreiems who makes a beautiful variety of patterns, from women’s to children’s patterns. We spoke about her journey as a pattern designer, why she chose Makerist, and what gets her out of her creative slump!

1. What made you want to become a pattern designer?

I have always wanted to do something creative. When I started sewing, there were very few ebooks. Many were not suitable for beginners. That was my motivation 🙂 

2. Where do you get your inspiration from?

My inspiration is everyday life. Often I just try something out and from it a new pattern emerges. But I also get my inspiration from fashion from magazines and shops!

3. What is your favourite pattern and why?

I really love all of my patterns. But what I like best is the Moodie pattern or the Tenna trousers. (Although these are currently only available in German!)

4. When you are experiencing a creative block, how do you get back into the spirit?

I actually find breaks helpful, though I haven’t had a real low yet. After one week at the most I am drawn back to the sewing machine again.

5. Why did you choose Makerist as a platform to sell your products on?

I find it very exciting to sell my ebooks worldwide and Makerist simply offers the perfect platform.

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Thanks so much to Manja for taking the time to speak with us. The great news is that one of her best selling patterns the Joline Hoodie will be 30% off between 30.09.2020-02.10.2020 plus all of her other patterns are 10% when you use the code: DREIMS10 at the checkout! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with our Designer Spotlight!

Designer Spotlight: Manja was last modified: September 30th, 2020 by Dominique Matthe

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Pattern Shines the Spotlight on the Impact of Film Tax Credit in Ulster County

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NEWBURGH — Pattern for Progress has released a new report about the growing film industry in the Hudson Valley and the impact an expanded state tax credit program for filming will have on the region. The study includes a set of several recommendations for how Ulster County, which commissioned the report, can take advantage of the state’s expanded film tax credits.

Jonathan Drapkin, Pattern’s President & CEO, praised Ulster County Executive Mike Hein for lobbying Albany for the expansion of the film tax credit program to the counties of the mid-Hudson Valley. “Without County Exec. Hein’s vigorous advocacy on this issue, the State Legislature might not have acted to expand the film tax credit program, a move that will spur the creation of new jobs and investment in many of the Valley’s communities,” said Drapkin.

Across New York State, the film and TV industry has generated millions of dollars for local communities, and created thousands of good-paying jobs. Pattern’s study reported data showing that as of 2014 the film industry generated over $4 billion in spending in New York State and that 30,000 jobs were directly supported by the film tax credit program. The expanded film tax credit allows counties in the Hudson Valley and Catskills to compete for these productions and jobs on a level playing field with the rest of the state, and promises to bring a needed boost to the regional economy.

New York State is by far the largest center of the film and TV industry outside of California. However, New York’s film industry has traditionally been centered in New York City. Pattern’s study found that expanding the size of the tax credit that production companies can take for filming or doing post-production work in the Hudson Valley will benefit the region’s economy by drawing new investment and creating new jobs. Across New York, the number of film industry jobs grew by 55% between 2004 and 2016, reaching a high of over 45,000 jobs in 2016.

“We fought for this film tax credit expansion to the Hudson Valley because we were being discriminated against,” said Ulster County Executive Mike Hein. “Eighty-four percent of upstate New York counties were included but we were not, and that was stifling the potential of an exciting new economic sector. I am proud that in partnership with so many, we succeeded and we have seen an exponential growth in just the first six months.  I cannot wait to see what is possible as we continue to foster the arts and promote the film industry in our beautiful region. We need to keep these important economic incentives, not slash the film tax credit as some in the State Legislature have suggested.  This would undo the foundation of a burgeoning multi-billion dollar industry in the Hudson Valley; and, therefore, our fight is far from done.” A State Senator from the Buffalo area recently made news by calling for an end to the state’s film tax credit program.

Ulster County is an especially promising location for a growing film industry, with a diverse array of scenery and potential filming locations, from urban settings in downtown Kingston to orchards and wineries in the Wallkill Valley to the Catskill Mountain forests. Pattern’s report recommends that Ulster County continue to track the impact of the film industry and promote the county’s many advantages as a location for film production. The full report is available on Pattern’s website at:

Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress is  policy, planning, advocacy and research nonprofit that has promoted regional, balanced and sustainable solutions for the Hudson River Valley since 1965. Visit Pattern-For-Progress.org. Follow us on Twitter at @HVPattern. Like us on Facebook and follow us on LinkedIn.

Dissociated Response in Metastatic Cancer: An Atypical Pattern Brought Into the Spotlight With Immunotherapy

When evaluating metastatic tumor response to systemic therapies, dissociated response is defined as the coexistence of responding and non-responding lesions within the same patient. Although commonly observed on interim whole-body imaging, the current response criteria in solid cancer do not consider this evolutive pattern, which is, by default, assimilated to progression. With targeted therapies and chemotherapies, dissociated response is observed with different frequencies, depending on the primary cancer type, treatment, and imaging modality. Because FDG PET/CT can easily assess response on a lesion-by-lesion basis, thus quickly revealing response heterogeneity, a PET/CT dissociated response has been described in up to 48% of women treated for a metastatic breast cancer. Although some studies have underlined a specific prognostic of dissociated response, it has always ended up being described as an unfavorable prognostic pattern and therefore assimilated to the “Progressive Disease” category of RECIST/PERCIST. This dichotomous imaging report (response vs. progression) provides a simple information for clinical decision-support, which probably explains the relatively low consideration for the dissociated response pattern to chemotherapies and targeted therapies until now. With immune checkpoint inhibitors, this paradigm is quickly changing. Dissociated response is observed in around 10% of advanced lung cancer patients and appears to be associated to treatment efficiency. Indeed, for this subset of patients, a clinical benefit of immunotherapy and favorable prognosis are usually observed. This specific pattern should therefore be considered in the future immunotherapy-adapted criteria for response evaluation using CT and PET/CT, and specific clinical managements should be evaluated for this response pattern.

Keywords: dissociated; heterogeneous response; imaging; immunotherapy; metastatic cancer; response.

Playbill of the cinema Projector


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Tuesday 5 October

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dir.Andy Serkis fiction, action, thriller USA, Canada, Hungary 2021,
dir. Denis Villeneuve fiction, action, drama Japan 2020,
dir. Tamura Kotaro anime, cartoon, romance USA, South Africa 2021,
dir.Adam Robitel horror, action movie

Wednesday 6 October

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dir. Andy Serkis fiction, action, thriller USA, Canada, Hungary 2021,
dir.Denis Villeneuve fiction, action, drama Japan 2020,
dir. Tamura Kotaro anime, cartoon, romance USA, South Africa 2021,
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LuxON Turtle Low to Medium Power LED Flood Light

This LED floodlight can be combined in a console of 4 or 6 pieces.For such solutions (a set of luminaires with a mounting platform and an external power supply) a special price is provided. Such an installation is capable of effectively replacing lamps for DRL 700W and 1000W.


LuxON LED floodlight is produced in three modifications:

  • Basic modification – LuxON Turtle LP01.
  • Modification with increased characteristics – LuxON Turtle LP02.The LED floodlight of this modification has increased reliability and accuracy of the specified light temperature, and also has protection against overvoltage, overheating, overload and a metal seal. This modification has increased reliability for work on objects of urban (including electric transport), railway, as well as subway. Overvoltage “case-mains” up to 2000 Volts. The devices of this modification are distinguished by a low level of generated electromagnetic interference, and are also equipped with “anti-vandal” polycarbonate glass.
  • Explosion-proof version – LuxON Turtle LP03. This modification has the same characteristics as the LP02 model and, in addition, explosion protection class 1ExmbIIT6X.

Our LED floodlight is distinguished by its compact size and an extremely wide area of ​​use: LuxON floodlights can be used to illuminate billboards, parking lots, warehouses, fountains and pools, basements, gas stations, production halls, for decorative lighting of buildings and even for explosive territories, etc.p.

The design of the housing is designed in such a way that it is possible to manufacture products with any lighting technical characteristics (the only condition is compliance with the required thermal regime, which in turn is necessary for the long-term operation of the LED module of the floodlight).

There are various modifications of our floodlights:

  • Single color – white with different color temperatures: yellow, red, green, blue.
  • Two-color.
  • Multicolor.

For colored modification, permanent light and dynamic color changes are possible.

LED floodlights LuxON are anti-vandal products, which is realized due to the reinforced ribs of the body, as well as due to the use of shock-resistant materials.

At the request of the customer, we will manufacture LED floodlights LuxON with any requirements for moisture resistance (moisture resistance).

LED floodlight LuxON Turtle

It would not be an exaggeration to say that an LED floodlight is the best replacement for incandescent lamps used to illuminate buildings and landscape elements. Most often, LED floodlights are used to illuminate large objects such as billboards, buildings, monuments, trees, etc. In addition to exclusively practical use, LED floodlights perform decorative functions, both in architecture and in landscape design.

The component composition of an LED floodlight is as follows: LEDs of a certain type (they are light sources), housings (there are LEDs in the housing, as well as a power supply), as well as a bracket that is used to mount the floodlight.

Unlike conventional floodlights, the LED floodlight has a long service life (up to 50,000 hours without additional maintenance), is more reliable, has vibration resistance and high mechanical strength, and also has a high luminescence brightness.

In addition to the best technical performance, modern LED floodlights are distinguished by the ability to choose the color of the light, as well as more dynamic.

One of the most compelling reasons in favor of LED floodlights is the significant energy savings achieved by using this type of luminaire.

LED floodlight is ideal for outdoor installation and provides high reliability in the temperature range from -30 to +45 90 105 to 90 106 C.

And, finally, if you doubt the correctness of the type of lighting fixture, you will find a far from complete list of the advantages of LED lamps below:

  • Uniformity, luminance
  • Best color rendering
  • Long service life
  • Low Power
  • High efficiency

We choose together an LED floodlight with a motion sensor

The LED floodlight has replaced other light sources with gas-discharge lamps.They differ in a number of significant advantages, among the first – efficiency. Lighting fixtures of this type can be equipped with a motion sensor.

More about LED floodlights

Street lighting of some objects is organized using spotlights. The field of application of this type of light sources is very wide. They are used to highlight the following objects:

  • Bridges, tunnels, pedestrian crossings;
  • Protected areas, including industrial ones;
  • Architectural objects;
  • Car parks.

The LED floodlight is also used as a backup light source (emergency lighting).

Such devices can be safely defined as multitasking. Wide range of applications due to a number of advantages:

  1. Economical, and unlike some other similar power sources, the LED floodlight is offered at a relatively affordable price. And the low power consumption makes it even more attractive.
  2. Long service life (2-3 times higher than that of analogs).
  3. Resistance to mechanical damage, including due to vibration waves.
  4. Low maintenance requirements as there is no need to regularly replace bulbs.
  5. High luminous intensity, which is an indicator of street illumination.
  6. Wide operating temperature range (-63 to +50 degrees).
  7. Good protection against dust and moisture (depending on the model, the degree of protection can correspond to an indicator from 54 to 68).

Spotlight device with motion sensor

LED floodlight consists of a body, power supply and bulbs. A bracket is provided for mounting. The light source with an automatic control unit is equipped with a motion sensor, which eliminates the need for constant human intervention to turn the device on and off. At the same time, the principle of operation of the luminaire is to independently respond to movement within the range.

If there is regular movement in the illuminated area, then it is impractical to install a spotlight with a motion sensor, since the device will constantly react to movements within the serviced area.

Light sources of this type are more effective in protected areas with minimal traffic at night (warehouses, parking lots, etc.). But installing an LED floodlight that will respond to the movements of people and animals passing by on the facade of an object (in particular, shopping centers, shops) is fraught with the fact that the device will fail very quickly.

Overview of advantages and disadvantages

If with regard to other types of lamps, except LED, the situation with the light and motion sensor is quite obvious, since in this case there are more advantages from using such a control unit, then for devices based on LED, the number of disadvantages is equal to the number of advantages.

Main advantages:

  • No need to constantly look for a switch on the wall and make any efforts;
  • The presence of a function for recognizing the level of light intensity, in other words, a device with a motion sensor turns on only at night, and does not react to movement during the day.

Disadvantages:

  • The light source with an automatic control unit turns on not only when a person moves, but also reacts to small animals, which means false triggering and unnecessary power consumption;
  • A LED-based floodlight does not provide for regular switching actions, therefore frequent switching on and off can quickly damage the lamp.

If a motion sensor is purchased for an LED floodlight, you can forget about the energy saving factor, since the operating time when turned on will be short, after which the floodlight will turn off. LED lamps, on the other hand, are known for being characterized by low energy consumption during long-term use.

Motion sensors are available in different designs, which means that each of them has individual characteristics:

  1. Infrared automatic control unit.Such devices function by tracking the movements of objects in the infrared, thermal range. The pluses include the setting of the response range, in addition, they are safe. There are also disadvantages: they do not work in the presence of materials blocking IR radiation, application on the street does not differ in accuracy, which is influenced by external factors (precipitation, solar radiation), in addition, this type of motion sensor will work even from a gust of warm wind.
  2. Ultrasonic automation unit. It is characterized by the following advantages: affordable price, resistance to external factors, wide temperature range.The disadvantages include such factors: it does not react to weak, unsharp movements, and also recognizes movements only at a short distance.
  3. Microwave automation unit. The most powerful device, of the advantages, can be distinguished: any operating conditions, quick reaction to weak movements, recognizes the movement of an object even behind thick walls. There are also disadvantages of such devices: high price, false alarms due to the ability to respond at long distances.

There are also combined versions, as a result, it is possible to select a floodlight with a motion or light sensor of the highest degree of efficiency for work under certain conditions.

How to organize street lighting

First of all, you need to know that for each object a certain type of light sources are used. Searchlights can provide directional and diffused light, which is taken into account when choosing a device for illuminating architectural objects or a protected area. Depending on the operating conditions, as well as on the configuration of the object, the type of fastening is selected: on a free-standing support or by means of a bracket.

The second option is preferable for floodlights with a motion sensor, when it is not possible to install it on a support, as well as in cases where it is important to provide illumination of the object near the facade of the building.

Basic Installation Steps:

  1. Connecting the automatic control unit to the floodlight.
  2. Setting the motion sensor. In this case, it is usually required to move the regulator to the extreme position with the corresponding marking (light intensity during response), as well as set the operating time after turning on the light source and determine the appropriate level of sensitivity of the automatic control unit.
  3. Mount the light source and bracket.To do this, use the fasteners that come with the projector.
  4. Power connection.
  5. Functionality check.
  6. Facade or pole installation.

Various sensor sensitivity settings

Thus, a motion sensor light source can be very effective. However, if we are talking about LED-based floodlights, in this case the number of disadvantages and advantages is equalized, which makes it difficult to decide whether to buy a light source with such a sensor.So that the frequency of operations does not have a negative effect on this type of luminaire, you should select the most suitable version of the automatic control unit.

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“Spotlight” youth club announces recruitment to creative studios and workshops.

Lessons are FREE!

Our address: pr.Science 38 (entrance from the yard)

Choose what interests you!

Come and sign up!

Journalism

Studio of young journalists “Prozhektor” invites!
  • If you dream of being a journalist
  • If you are active and inquisitive
  • If you want to discover new talents in yourself
  • And if you are between 12 and 19 years old

Come to us and bring your friends!

  • Meetings with interesting people, excursions in the editorial office are waiting for you.
  • You will learn how to film reports and write articles.
  • You will learn how to interview and publish a real newspaper!

Classes are taught by an experienced journalist Irina Novikova.
Our group “VKontakte”
Link to the April issue of the newspaper “Prozhektor” (pdf)

Schedule:
Thursday & Saturday

Recruitment to the studio is open!
Applications from parents are accepted daily (except Sunday) from 15.00 to 21.00.
Address: 38 Nauki Ave. (entrance from the courtyard)
Phone: 298-74-86

Consultation of a teacher by phone – +7 (981) 830-78-74

Free lessons!

Svoboda Theater-Studio +

Svoboda + Theater-Studio invites!

The Svoboda + Theater Studio gathers interesting, creative and talented children. Studying in the studio is an opportunity to realize your potential, become kinder, believe in yourself, surprise your family and friends.We invite everyone who knows how to work hard and have fun from the heart. Performances, impromptu shows, games, trainings and just friendly communication are waiting for you.

Lesson schedule:
Tuesday and Thursday 15.30-17.30 (junior group), 17.30-19.30 (senior group).

Head – Anastasia Pecheskaya.

Group recruitment is open!

Applications from parents are accepted daily (except Sunday) from 15.00 to 21.00.
Address: pr.Science 38 (entrance from the yard)
Phone: 298-74-86

Free lessons!

Guitar Studio

The Projector Club Guitar Studio invites you!

Lessons Learning:

  • Basics of Music Literacy
  • Development of ear for music
  • Development of musical taste
  • Correct position of hands
  • Learn Chords and Accompaniment Styles


How the classes are held:

  • Relaxed atmosphere, informal communication style
  • Getting to know different styles of music, not just guitar
  • The repertoire is discussed and compiled taking into account the wishes of the students
  • Everyone has the opportunity to tell about their favorite band (artist)
  • Everyone receives individual recommendations necessary to achieve the result
  • We perform in the festive concerts of the club

What are the expected results:

  • Learn to accompany yourself or others to your favorite songs (minimum )
  • Master basic group skills
  • Achieve the required proficiency level to continue education in a vocational education institution ( maximum )

Link to group “VKontakte” https: // vk.com / clubprojektor
Teacher – Andrey Burov.
Teacher consultation by phone: + 7 (904) 608-68-85

Lesson schedule:
Wednesday 1st group 19.00 – 20.00, 2nd group 20.00 – 21.00
Friday 1st group 17.00 – 18.00 2nd group 18.00 – 19.00

Group recruitment is open!

Applications from parents are accepted daily (except Sunday) from 15.00 to 21.00.
Address: 38 Nauki Ave. (entrance from the courtyard)
Phone: 298-74-86

  • ceramic
  • batik
  • visual arts
  • modern dance
  • chess
  • Pop Vocal
  • arts and crafts
  • instrumental ensemble
  • pop dance
  • model studio
  • theater studio
  • beauty studio
  • photo studio
  • journalism studio
  • hip hop studio
  • Modern Jazz Dance

PAID STUDIOS:

  • Guitar Class
  • Art studio for beginners

PMK “Prozhektor” is waiting for children and teenagers!
Applications from parents are accepted daily (except Sunday) from 15.

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