CAMPS 2017 | INSTRUCTORS | DAILY ROUTINE | ADDITIONAL INFORMATION | ONLINE REGISTRATION |
Week 1: June 19 - June 23, 2017 Ages 10 - 13 Incredible Edible Art with Elizabeth GaleckeFarm to Table seasonal cooking, documentary photography and Cookbook Design. We will be learning about local foods, meeting people from the local food world, and preparing creative regional and ethnic meals while photographing the process and then creating a cookbook with the recipes, stories and photographs from the class.
Week 2: June 26 - June 30, 2017 Ages 7 - 9 Summer of Love great artists of the 60's with Jill HuffmanPeace, love and flower power! Campers will explore the Iconic “Sixties’ art of Robert Rauschenberg and Peter Max to create a variety of mixed media patriotic imagery. Some of the activities will be; learning to paint The Statue of Liberty, tie dye, creating a Rauschenberg inspired flag from recycled materials and making, gathering and pressing flowers, and creating beaded necklaces.
Week 3: July 3 - 7, 2017 (NO CLASS JULY 4) Ages 10 - 13 Advanced Batik with Anne Courie MeulinkDuring this session students will tap into prior knowledge to dig deeper into their understanding of the art of Batik and explore new techniques. We will challenge ourselves to create art that expresses our thoughts, moods and beliefs. Last summer we learned about batik art in Indonesia. This year we will expand our borders to include Australia, South American and African countries. Even if you missed Batik camp in 2016 do not worry! The first day will be a refresher and all students will be comfortable using the tools and materials used throughout the week.
Week 4: July 10-14 Ages 7 - 9 Exploring Art from Around the World with Cynthia McMorris
Come and explore the artwork of Mexico, France, Italy, and Japan during this hands-on art camp! We'll use: paper mache, plaster, paper, yarn, sugar, ink, and paint as we (pretend)travel around the world with our art supplies making interesting works to take home!
Week 5: July 17 - 21, 2017 Ages 10 - 13 Urban Sketch and Plein Air Painting with Cynthia McMorris
Let's go on a walk in Raleigh with our art supplies like other artists did!( Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Georgia O'Keeffe to name a few!) We will learn more about Raleigh; it's parks and architecture by going out on location to draw and paint! First, we'll practice drawing from observation in the studio and different architectural styles and then go and apply it in the real world! We will go to various sites within the city as a group and have a group show at the end of the week to share our new works!