- Monday July 1, 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 5: July 1 - 5 "Illustrate This" Do you ever wonder who writes and illustrates the stories you read? Campers can bring and will draw, color, and create their own storybooks. What would your cartoon character or comic book hero look like? If you created your own board game what would it look like? What kind of cereal box would you create for an alien? Imaginative projects like these and more are in store for this week full of drawing, painting, and thinking about what’s in the box. Art is Everywhere! This week will include visits by local children’s book writers and illustrators.
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