Studio School

Woodblock Printing Workshop with Stephen McKenzie

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Woodblock Printing Workshop with Stephen McKenzie

Woodblock is a relief printmaking technique, whereby an image is carved into the surface of a block of wood and can be printed multiple times onto paper or textiles. We begin with brief history of the process and continue with a discussion on tools and materials. Demonstrations include transferring the image to the block, how to cut and translate […]

Clay Camp (ages 8 & up) (NEW)

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Clay Camp!
Play with Clay! Students expand their skills in hand-building and glazing throughout the week.  Students will also learn how the ancient art of pit-firing works.  The teacher will fire the work off-site and return it to the students by the end of the week. All materials and tools are provided.  Pre-registration required. Please bring a nut-free snack.  Please note: this camp will be […]

Raku, Clay Workshop for Teens (ages 15 & up) (NEW)

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Raku, Clay Workshop for Teens
This three-day workshop introduces teens to the art of Raku. This Japanese firing technique is quick and fun! Students will make a variety of pots and tea bowl shapes on the first two days. The third day will be glazing and the raku firing. The teacher will fire the pieces, but the students will learn about and see the firing […]

Plein Air Painting for Kids & Teens (ages 10 – 15)

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Plein Air Painting for Kids & Teens
Follow in the footsteps of Mary Cassatt and Vincent van Gogh and practice painting en plein air (outdoors). Work from observation and increase your understanding of composition, color and light. Held at the Campus at Hoffman’s Crossing in Califon, NJ. Materials list and directions provided. Pre-registration is required.

Please Note: Early Registration Rewards do not apply for this workshop. 

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Sketch Book Club (ages 10–15) (NEW)

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Sketchbook Club (NEW)
A sketchbook is an artist’s notebook, journal, place to practice, experiment, and explore.  Launch your creativity and refine your art skills with sketching from observation, memory, and imagination using a variety of media. The goal is to practice, improve, and have fun!

WEEK 7 (July 31–August 4)

Pop Art (ages 7–10) (NEW)

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Pop Art (NEW)
Pop Art is young, fun, and bold – just like you! Learn about influential Pop artists, their work and unique styles through hands-on projects in painting, printmaking, and mixed media.

WEEK 5 (July 17–21)

Painting with Paper (ages 5–9) (NEW)

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Painting with Paper (NEW)
From Eric Carle to 21st century eco design, the possibilities of paper are endless.  Students learn 2- and 3-D art making techniques to create “paintings” and sculptures with paper.

WEEK 4 (July 10 – 14)