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Kids (ages 5–9)

Creative Creatures  WAITLIST ONLY
July 26–30, 10 AM–3 PM
Let your imagination run wild! This week, campers will make art featuring wildly creative creatures. Join us to make crazy and creative projects such as ceramic dragons, monster drawings, and a pastel Pegasus.

In-Person Saturday Art Camp (Ages 6–9)
July 31, 10 AM–1 PM
Explore a variety of art media and creative themes over the course of six Saturdays. On each date, campers will create two projects. Featured project themes will include Mini Masters, Animals & Wildlife Art. Color Explosion. Creative Creatures, Art Around the World, and Art & Nature.

 

Tweens (ages 10–12)

Experimental Fashion and Jewelry Design
July 26–30, 10 AM–3 PM
Experimental Fashion: Create fashion! Tweens will explore traditional and non-traditional fashion design, including sketching concepts and bring them to fruition, making anything from everyday clothing items to cosplay. Multiple sewing and fabricating techniques will be covered while tweens create wearable art. Students will also have the opportunity to design their own t-shirt during this week of camp.
Jewelry Design: Make your own jewelry! Tweens will experiment with jewelry-making techniques to create pendants and bracelets of their own original designs. After starting with a sketch, the instructor will guide tweens on using the best materials to create their vision. Projects may include, but are not limited to, wrapped wire pendants, polymer clay canes, and recycled paper beads.

Digital Pop Art
July 26–30, 10 AM–12:15 PM
Using our fully equipped digital lab, tweens will use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to explore the world of digital pop art. During the week, tweens will learn how to turn ordinary images into outrageous pop art by simplifying their image of choice into a simple contour drawing, and then letting their imaginations take the reigns by adding original combinations of color and design. Upon completion, student work will be printed for display. Students must have a portable storage device, such as a thumb drive, as a backup for saving their progress in class.

 

Teens (ages 13+)

Screen Printing and Graphic Arts
July 26–30, 10 AM–3 PM
Screen Printing: Teens will learn basic screen-printing techniques, including image-making, screen and material preparation, mono-printing, and edition printing. Campers will learn to develop prints on paper while experimenting with the possibilities of screen printing.
Graphic Arts: Graphic design is art applied to objects you see every day. During this week of camp, teens will learn the basics of graphic design, including typography, page layout, and marketing. Projects will help build foundational art skills, as campers will use traditional non-digital techniques while working on projects such as designing a logo, package design, magazine page layouts, and t-shirt design. If you are interested in finding dynamic ways to communicate your ideas, this is the camp for you.

Digital Pop Art
July 26–30, 12:45–3 PM
Using our fully equipped digital lab, teens will use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to explore the world of digital pop art. During the week, tweens will learn how to turn ordinary images into outrageous pop art by simplifying their image of choice into a simple contour drawing, and then letting their imaginations take the reigns by adding original combinations of color and design. Upon completion, student work will be printed for display. Students must have a portable storage device, such as a thumb drive, as a backup for saving their progress in class.

Details

Start:
July 26
End:
July 31