Week 4

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)

 

After-Care (all ages)

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Summer Camp After-Care
After-care is available for any camper attending 2017 Summer Camp at the Hunterdon Art Museum. After-care is directed by camp staff and volunteers. Supervised activities during after-care vary but may include free art time in ArtZone, board games, pleasure reading, and outdoor activities on our terrace (weather permitting). A daily snack will be provided.
WEEKS 1–9 (June 18–August 17)
There will be no camp […]

Lunch with the Bunch (all ages)

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Lunch with the Bunch (2018)
We offer supervised lunchtime for summer campers, Monday through Friday. Lunch With the Bunch is directed by camp staff and volunteers; activities include games and/or walks to downtown Clinton, the Red Mill Museum and other nearby destinations, weather permitting. Please bring a nut-free bag lunch. 

WEEKS 1–9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Pet Project (ages 5–9)

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My Pet Project
Purrrfect for young artists who love all kinds of pets – real and imaginary. Pet-themed projects bring art and animals together, and include sculpting and painting using a variety of materials. 
WEEK 4 (July 9 – 13)

WEEK 7 (July 30 – August 3)

Pet Portraits (ages 10-15, 11–15)

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Pet Portraits
Find inspiration in your family pet (or a favorite animal).  Campers  will create a variety of animal portraits in pastel, watercolor and acrylic based on photos they bring to class.  By the end of the week, students will have improved their drawing and painting skills, and will come home with at least one matted and one framed pet portrait.

WEEK 4 (July 9 – […]

River Life: Paint, Sculpt, Print (ages 8–10, 10–15)

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River Life: Paint, Sculpt, Print
Nature art comes alive in this course inspired by our local river. Birds, fish, boats and plant life will provide the creative spark for projects in watercolor, acrylics, sculpture, printmaking and bookmaking.

WEEK 4 (July 9 – 13)

WEEK 5 (July 16 – 20)

Theater Camp: Where the Sidewalk Ends (ages 9-15)

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Theater Camp: Where the Sidewalk Ends
“There is a voice inside of you.” Use that voice in this fun theater camp. Students will develop scripts, work on staging and narration, perform in groups, make props, and act out the poems of Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends. 
WEEK 4 (July 9 – 13)