Summer Art Camps
Bring your own lunches and snacks.
Students have breaks and lunches in the courtyard or the Rotary Pavilion. Students are supervised at all times.
Days: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
Cost: $160, $144 gallery members
June 17-21 half-day (9am-12pm)
Art Exploration for Teens
with Special Needs
Get ready to make some beautiful art and fun memories!
Investigate many different art techniques and processes.
Teachers: Justin Gibbens & Will Bow
Call gallery for more information 925-2670
July 8-12 (FULL)
Monos & Multiples – Printmaking
Explore different types of printmaking and get inspired by a variety of artists. Did you know you can print using gelatin, cardboard, glue and found objects? Experiment with collograph, monoprints and more. Use the skills and techniques taught to develop your own style of printmaking!
July 15-19 (FULL)
We will investigate art styles and artists, historical-contemporary, and paint using acrylic, watercolor, tempera and mixed media methods. Push up your sleeves and bring your imagination! Our new motto: Go further.
July 29-August 2
Inspired by FRIDA
Study and get inspired by one of the most celebrated female artists, Frida Kahlo. Look at yourself in the mirror and objects around you to create a unique work of art. Draw and paint with vibrant colors to make those everyday objects come alive. How about a self portrait with the family pet or exotic wild animal?
Paper, Paint & Prints half-day (9am-12pm)
This is a special ½ day camp is for the younger set.
Have fun experimenting with all kinds of art processes and materials.
Each day will be a new experience!
August 19-23 (FULL)
Gehry to Bauhaus and beyond… Look at the many ways architecture affects our lives. What do architects do? How does an idea get from graph paper to real life? Draw a cityscape with perspective. Explore your creativity, and design and construct your own model.
SUMMER CLAY CAMPS
Camp A: July 22-26
Camp B: August 5-9
1/2 day camps (1-4pm)
Cost: $80 Instructor: Eunsil Kim
Ages: 6 and up
These two camps are for children who wish to gain experience with clay. Students will learn various hands-on techniques including pinch pots, coiling, slabs and wheel throwing while practicing methods for decorating & glazing.
Download PDF of full summer camp brochure