Summer Camp

Build A Time Machine (ages 10 – 15) — NEW!

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Build A Time Machine
Travel though time and space in this unique camp that has something for everyone:  drawing, painting and sculpting, art though the ages, time capsule building, a little sci-fi fun with Dr. Who,  and of course – building a time machine.   
WEEK 6 (July 23-27)

Wonderful Watercolor (ages 10 – 15) — NEW!

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Wonderful Watercolor
Take your watercolor talents to a new level!   Practice painting from observation and increase your understanding of form, color, and composition.  Learn basic through intermediate techniques for washes, controlled edges, and expressive brush strokes on a variety subjects, including still life, photographs and nature (as weather permits). 
WEEK 9 (August 13-17)

Circus Camp (ages 5 – 9) NEW!

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Circus Camp
Inspired by the work of Alexander Calder, students will learn multimedia techniques to create all the whimsical workings of a circus.  We will be using paint, clay and drawing materials to explore this theme.   
WEEK 4 (July 9 – 13)

 

Theater Camp: Dr. Seuss Anthology (ages 9 – 15) NEW!

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Theater Camp: Dr. Seuss Anthology
“There is no one alive who is youer than you.”  Be yourself in this fun theater camp. Students will develop scripts, work on staging and narration, perform in groups, make props, and act out the poems and stories of Dr. Seuss from an anthology of his work.  
WEEK 4 (July 9 – 13)

 

Fun Forms (ages 5–9)

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Fun Forms
Campers make fun forms with clay and fabric as they learn the building blocks of 3-D art.  Projects in sculpture and weaving cover essential lessons in form, texture, positive & negative space, proportion, and balance.

WEEK 1 (June 18-22)

 

 

Art and Music (ages 5–9)

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Art and Music (NEW)
Art and music come together!  Students study the art of Kandinsky and learn how color, shape and line can correlate with sound and mood. They will make a series of watercolor paintings while listening music and make their own instrument(s) out of recycled materials as their final project.

WEEK 3 (July 2-6, no camp on Tuesday, July 4)

Painting: Acrylic & Watercolor (ages 7-10)

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Painting: Acrylic & Watercolor
An in depth exploration of acrylic and watercolor painting.  Color and composition will be covered as well as tips for blending, washes, texture and edges.   Students will build their skills, confidence, and individual style. 
WEEK 5 (July 16-20)

 

Global Art Sampler (ages 10-15)

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Global Art Sampler
Travel the globe through art.  This camp explores artistic traditions from around the world with projects in printmaking, painting, papier-mâché and fiber. 
WEEK 3 (July 2–6, no camp on Wednesday, July 4)

Sketch Book Club (ages 10–15)

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Sketch Book Club
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 30–August 3)

2D/3D Art Studio (ages 5-9, 10-15)

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2D/3D Art Studio
This mixed-media class is perfect for any young artist who likes to experiment with different materials. Use your imagination and have fun with drawing, painting, and sculpting.  Projects do not repeat in weeks 1 and 2, respectively.

WEEK 1 (June 18-22)

 

WEEK 2 (June 25-29)