Updated: 7.11.2014 4:31
Week 7: July 21 –25
AVAILABLE: 7D: Meet the Artists (ages 9-12) - Create a starry night, an imaginary jungle and a fantastical dream world as we study the art of Van Gogh, Rousseau, and Chagall. For your final project, construct a circus like that of Alexander Calder. As campers work in the style of five different artists, they learn painting, drawing and other techniques. Teacher: Mary Shusta
Week 8: July 28 – August 1
AVAILABLE: 8A: Storybook Art (ages 6-10) – Create illustrations based on your favorite children’s book while we read and explore the style of famous illustrators such as Eric Carle. Take home your very own illustrated book at the end of the week. Teacher: Lori Benton
AVAILABLE: 8E: 2-D Drawing Composition (ages 10-14) – Introduce the basic skills required to accurately render what they see and for the more advanced artist to game some visual and creative practice. Objective is to provide the “tools” necessary to draw with confidence. From there, projects lead the student to express their own individuality. Campers receive a sketch book to keep. Teacher: Robin Borland
Week 9: August 4-8
AVAILABLE: 9A: Fun with Felt (ages 7-11) – Learn basic hand-sewing skills with felt by completing creative projects such as iPod/Phone cases, purses with zippers and more! Teacher is Lori Benton.
ALMOST FULL: 9C: Pottery Studio: Throwing on the Wheel (Ages 7-18) – Campers will learn basic wheel throwing skills and create at least one useful piece of clay art such as a bowl or cup. All work will be fired with food safe glazes. Teacher: Teresa Testa
AVAILABLE: 9E: Musical Art (ages 7-11) – Make creative instruments using recyclable materials and art supplies, then use them to explore music. Teacher: Lori Benton
AVALABLE: 9F: Pottery Studio: Clay Mask Designs from Around the World (Ages 9-14) - Campers will take a look at ancient and contemporary mask designs from around the word. Campers will sketch out their designs and then construct a slab mask out of clay and will use paint and other media to finish their masks. Teacher: Teresa Testa
Week 10: August 11-15
AVAILABLE: 10C: Pottery Studio: Throwing on the Wheel (Ages 7-18) – Campers will learn basic wheel throwing skills and create at least one useful piece of clay art such as a bowl or cup. All work will be fired with food safe glazes. Teacher: Teresa Testa
AVAILABLE: 10F: Pottery Studio: Native American Clay Art (Ages 5-9) - Campers will explore traditional and contemporary Native American pottery through drawing, painting and clay. Campers will create and glaze at least one coil pot out of clay. Teacher: Teresa Testa
Week-Long, Half-Day Camp Sessions
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1 -4 p.m
Camps tailored various ages from 5-18
(5 year olds must be attending Kindergarten August)
Includes Camp T-Shirt
Art Supplies $5 / Clay: $10
Discounts for Siblings $5
Discounts for Family Memberships $10
Additional T-shirts are available for sale for $12.
Children should bring a snack and drink in a labeled cooler bag daily. (No refrigeration or heating services are available).
Classes are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis based upon payment received.
A full week payment is required, even if the camper is not able to participate during the full session.
Payment in full must be received in order for the camper to participate in the first day of camp.
Reimbursement for cancellations will be granted if the cancellation is received during business hours no later than 7 days from the start date of the camp. If cancellation is within the 7 days, a refund will not be granted.
Due to space limitations, pottery must be picked up no later than 3 weeks from session.
Sponsored in part by:
Rotary Club of Indian Rocks Beach