We are excited to announce our new virtual summer camp offering (designed for ages 6 to 12). Campers will be inspired and engaged by local artists and Museum educators to create one of a kind works of art.
Safer at Home Summer Camp
June 22-26, 2020
Recorded lessons will be available for one year.
The Safer at Home Summer Camp will present both morning and afternoon lessons (one of each) of virtual, guided instruction, led by art camp instructors. Campers will be inspired by works of art in the Museum’s collection and learn to use varied materials and techniques (designed for ages 6 to 12). The recorded lessons will be available after class for you to view at any time according to your convenience and in keeping with the pace of your camper. This private access will be good for up to one year. Additionally, during the week of camp, June 22 through 26, Museum staff will hold virtual open studio hours through Zoom, during which campers can sign in to receive individual, live instruction—focusing on concepts, proper use of materials, and techniques.
The Museum will send a list of art materials that you can easily find or may have at home, such as markers, glue, etc. Each camper will pick up a box of special supplies needed to complete the projects, such as clay, foam shapes, etc. Included will be a booklet with images of works of art from the Museum’s collection, lesson plans for all projects with examples and step-by-step instructions, and related activities.
Cost: $100 members/$135 non-members
If you would like like to be contacted when our session and registration information is finalized or if you have already registered for camp and you have questions about the changes, please contact Brandy Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 334.625.4365.