- Monday June 24, 2013
- 9:30am - 3:00pm
- Art Center Sarasota, 707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
- Group Hosting:
- Art Center Sarasota
- Lisa Berger
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- Ticket Price:
- ACS Members $195 per week; Nonmember $245 per week; $15 discount for additional children
Creative Kids Summer Art Camp June 3-August 9, 2013 Monday-Friday 9:30am- 3pm Ages 6-14 ACS Members $195/wk; Non-member $245/wk; $15 discount for additional child(ren) Before and after-care available Fees include all supplies Every week campers will engage in various mediums, including painting, drawing, sculpture and collage, in projects lead by the teacher. Each week campers will practice art making skills that will expand and challenge the skills they already possess. They will be taught basic art skills and color mixing, how to paint with artist paintbrushes and draw with pencil, marker, pastel and more. Creative Kids Summer Art Camp is for campers of all skill levels and accomplishments. Our teachers are skilled at adapting projects and working with variety of skill levels and dexterities. All work done during the week will be kept at camp until Friday when campers will have a presentation for their parents at 2pm on Friday. Week 4: June 24 - 28 "Around the World" Travel to distant and exotic lands through art. Campers will create artwork influenced by a variety of cultures. By recreating the bark paintings of the aborigines or making paper molas like the Cuna Indians, campers will explore the lives of different peoples and places as they travel around the globe via their imagination. We will “see” elephants in India and the pyramids in Egypt. Campers will create a journal of their travels filled with the “art of the World”.
Sarasota police investigate homicide
After receiving a report regarding a body located on the side of a road last night, the Sarasota Police Department is investigating the death of a Palmetto man.
PHOTO GALLERY: People of the Book, Robert Edsel
During World War II the monuments men and women, were the group of people that rescued and recovered the artwork Hitler and the Nazis pillaged. Author Robert Edsel told their story in his book “Monuments Men.” The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee presented the author Monday, March 10 at Riverview High School to speak about his work as part of their People of the Book series.
North end will receive some sand
The town of Longboat Key has been working with WCIND and Manatee County to receive sand dredged from the boat channel near Longboat Pass.
Sarasota Memorial begins work on pedestrian bridge
The hospital is undergoing construction, as crews have begun to install a 25,400-pound pedestrian bridge linking buildings on Arlington Street.