July 12-16 · Ages 6-9
You Canâ€™t Have a Party without A-R-T!
Instructor: Jennifer Dixon, B.A. (Art Teacher, Mittye P. Locke Elementary School)
Children will learn how art is part of cultural festivals, world celebrations and holidays by designing their own passport and â€œtravelingâ€ to different destinations around the globe including France, where Abraham Rattner lived and worked.
July 12-16· Ages 10-13
From Stained Glass to Fabric: Exploring the LRMA Collection through Fine Crafting Methods
Instructor: Kristine van Ingen, B.F.A, M.A.Ed. (Art Teacher, Bardmoor Elementary School)
After exploring the bold and colorful work of artists such as Abraham Rattner, Georges Rouault and Pablo Picasso, campers will learn how to create artworks using stained glass methods, fabric and stitchery.
July 19-23· Ages 6-9
Create Art with the Masters
Instructor: Robyn Smart, B.F.A. (Classroom Project Leader, Sutherland & Ozona Elementary Schools)
Children will discover artists such as Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall and create expressive two- and three-dimensional artwork using mediums and techniques similar to the masters. Campers should bring a clean, white T-shirt on the first day of camp to use as a canvas.
July 19-23· Ages 10-13
Transform the Form
Instructor: Steve Johnson, B.A. (Art Teacher, Weeki Wachee High School)
Three leaders of modern art--Amedeo Modigliani, Piet Mondrian and Georgia Oâ€™Keeffe--are the subjects of this camp, which focuses on abstraction and geometric form. Children will learn about fluid media such as watercolor, acrylic paint and pastels.
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