teens

Build It! Toys, Tech, LEGO (ages 11–15)

480 Build It! Toys, Tech, LEGO®
This camp is all about hands-on projects that inspire ingenuity and creativity. Build with LEGO® bricks and learn the ABC’s of design to make your own toys! Robots, kites, whirlybirds, and balloon-powered cars are just the beginning.
WEEK 4 (July 13–17)

Children’s Book Illustration with Lena Shiffman (Ages 16 & Up)

874 Children’s Book Illustration with Lena Shiffman

Age: Adults and teens, age 16 and up
Sunday, February 22
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Tuition: $110; member: $90
Instructor: Lena Shiffman

Learn the rules of storytelling from professional illustrator Lena Shiffman.  In this one day workshop on book illustration, participants will get insight and professional tips on everything from ideas, character design, medium, and layout to working with authors, art […]

Drawing & Painting for Teens (Ages 14 – 17)

Drawing & Painting for Teens
Here’s a terrific class for teens interested in learning how to draw or building upon their skills. Discover how to draw and paint from observation using the fundamental elements of design: line, color, form, texture, shape, value and scale. Learn tips and tricks, and experiment with dry and wet media such as pencil, charcoal, pastels, ink, and acrylics. 
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Fashion: Sewing and Construction (ages 10–15) — FULL!

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Fashion: Sewing and Construction
Learn to create a piece of clothing from start to finish using a sewing machine. Make an illustration, select fabric, create a pattern and sew away! Learn the correct stitches and the “how to” process of garment construction following the same process used in the fashion industry. 
WEEK 2 (June 26–30)

 

Lunch with the Bunch (all ages)

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Lunch with the Bunch (2017)
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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pen & Ink Drawing (ages 8–10)

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Pen & Ink Drawing
Use pen and ink to draw people, places, objects, and animals. Students will create value, texture and form through crosshatching, stippling, and shading. It is amazing what an artist can do employing only inked lines. 
WEEK 4 (July 10–14)

Theater Camp: Where the Sidewalk Ends (ages 9–15) — FULL!

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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 6 (July 24–28)

 

Tie Dye & Fabric Styling (ages 11–15)

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Tie Dye & Fabric Styling
Students will learn color theory, plus dyeing and diffusing techniques to create a multitude of dyed fabrics and papers. They will experiment with different patterns and unique designs, then be wowed by the results. Please bring a white, 100% cotton T-shirt (old or new). 
WEEK 5 (July 17–21)

Watercolor Open Studio with Eric Rhinehart

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Watercolor Open Studio with Eric Rhinehart
Learn techniques for a better watercolor experience! This hands-on class has an open studio format so that students of all levels can work at their own pace with individual guidance from the instructor.  Students will build upon fundamental concepts and refine their skills to take on the medium of watercolor with confidence.   Paint from a still life or bring a photo.  […]