Junior artist sessions (age 7 1/2 or completed 1st grade-age 12) Each day begins with a review of art prints, library books, guest artists, and use the internet to tour museum collections and types of art not available to us locally. Students will decide what they like or not, discuss different artists and art topics and how artists created their art then we will create our projects.
June 14-16 #Way out in Space-we'll create a galaxy with pastels, work with glow in the dark paint, create space ships, make glittering moon rocks, draw a 3D Tardis, space monsters and lots more.
June 21-23 Not your usual paintings-From the battle of the sunflowers (Monet vs VanGough) to cave art to really out there modern art we'll explore it all and see how the artists created the effects.
June 28-30 Stars & stripes (July 4th) We will work on lots of patriotic themed projects including a float for the WB parade on July 4th
July 12-14 Drawing & painting animals and more- Can you draw your hand, a cat or dog, a blue horse, a guitar or a martian or winged fairies? We'll use thick paints, pastels, watercolors, specialty paints and colored pencils to explore.
August 2-4 Lets imagine it/ lets make it (wacky science) we will explore our creativity and make things that move and interact--from a rolling explosive waterfall to uber cool structures to dripping installations we will do it.
August 9-11 Design it and make it--bags and mosaics and jewelry and more in unique and colorful designs.
You may want to look at my blog for last summer to see some of the projects we did.
Beginning Artists Sessions (age 4 1/2 going into Kindergarten-7)
The beginning artists will break several times during the morning for a story and snack or drink so send a bag with your kids to keep them going. We may view a video or two as well.
June 21-23 Painting and drawing a sampler-Painting and drawing a sampler-We will spend the week drawing and painting using fun tools and media like pastels, watercolors and texture paints. We’ll mix colors and more.
July 19-21 Artistic fun with Foods-would it be more fun to eat a salad if it were a train or a skeleton? we will eat some of our art at the end of each day—fruit pizza, train salad, make a recipe book, decorated plates for lunch.
August 2-4 Wild n Waacky Arty science We will make our own fossils, investigate colorful chemical interactions, create crystals, make our own clays, and explore color
Registration in person or by phone at the WB MUD
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