Advance Registration: $300 per student, per one-week session
Open to ages 9-14
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Additional sessions available: July 5-9; July 19-23; July 26-30
Ceramics: Discover various hand building techniques with Hilary McAndrew, such as coil and slab, using clay as a medium. Campers will throw pottery on the wheel, build vessels, experience a kiln firing, and much more. Each day will be an educational and fun way to create, build and get messy.
Drawing and Painting: Campers will explore traditional as well as experimental forms of mark making. Inspiration will be drawn from Fine Art as young artists create their own individual artworks. Free expression and creative process mark the imaginative experience in this morning workshop.
Site Specific Installation: Inspired by the artwork of Claes Oldenburg, young artists will have the opportunity to construct large food items to install throughout Artpark. Artists will lead this workshop in site-specific installation and photo documentation.
Mosaics: Through the careful arrangement of mirror, glass, and ceramic pieces, beautiful hangable mosaic artworks will be constructed.
Plaster Dragon Eggs: Campers will explore plaster as process and material for creating decorative dragon egg sculptures.
Sculpture: Using engineering skills and abstract painting methods, young artists will construct free-standing architectural sculptures.
COVID-19 Guidelines & Safety
Art Camp at Artpark will follow guidance from local and state health officials in regards to safety and social distancing. The health and safety of all Art Camp participants while engaging in meaningful art making experiences is of the utmost importance.
Masks will be worn throughout the session by campers and instructors.
Art-making stations will be six-feet apart in accordance with social distance guidelines.
All workshops are conducted in covered, outdoor areas with fresh air ventilation. Rain or shine.
Most materials will be individually packaged and any shared tools will be sanitized in between use.
- In order to maintain safety camp sessions are strictly limited to 16 participants per session.