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Kid Art Camp: Art & Nature

Morning Session (ages 6–7): June 29–July 3, 9–12:30 PM
Morning Session (ages 8–9): June 29–July 3, 9–12:30 PM
Afternoon Session (ages 6–7): June 29–July 3, 1–4:30 PM
Afternoon Session (ages 8–9): June 29–July 3, 1–4:30 PM

Summer is the perfect time to find beauty in our natural world and celebrate it through art. Kids will be inspired by nature to create projects such as nature-echo drawings and paintings of dandelion puffs on a windy day. This week has schedule options for morning camp and afternoon camp (the same lessons will be offered in the morning and afternoon sessions.) In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

 

Tween Art Camp: Essential Drawing and Painting Techniques

June 29–July 3, 1–4:30 PM
This camp is perfect for the tween looking to develop the foundational skills of drawing and painting who is ready for more in-depth instruction. Tweens will experience a combination of a live hour and a half of online instruction through Zoom and daily video lessons that the student will use to help them complete independent assignments that the instructor will review during the week. Tweens will use their observational skills and gain familiarity with diverse media (such as graphite, charcoal, acrylics, and watercolors) through drawing exercises that may include gesture drawings, blind contours, and contour drawings. Linear perspective, color theory, and building form with light and shadow will also be covered as tweens render their artistic creations. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic table cloth, etc.), 1 pencil, 1 eraser, and 1 container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

 

Teen Art Camp: Figure Drawing

June 29–July 3, 1–4:30 PM
Refine your observational drawing skills! Through observational studies of a clothed life figure model, teens will learn to draw the human form. This camp will explore light and shading, as well as study major forms and contours, to gain a better understanding of anatomical accuracy in figural renderings. All work will be completed in black and white. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic table cloth, etc.), 1 pencil, 1 eraser, 1 pencil sharpener.

Details

Start:
June 29
End:
July 3