Children’s Summer Art Camp Week 1 via Zoom are SOLD OUT.
Join us for an engaging summer art camp virtual experience! Each day, your child will complete an awesome art activity with Studio Programs Coordinator Michael Carsone providing step by step instructions via Zoom. To tailor the experience to your child’s interests and provide flexibility for busy schedules, you can sign your child up for one or two art activities or sign them up for the entire mini art camp experience!
For each day you register for, you will receive an Art Activity Kit that will include all materials for that day’s activity. Adult supervision is required for these projects. Some kits may require assistance cutting materials and using hot glue as required.
Week 1 Art Activities
Mon, June 22 Art Activity – 3D Critter Portraits* | 9:30-11:30am | Cost: FREE | SOLD OUT
Using egg crate, colored paper, scissors, glue, and paint, construct 2 different 3D wall hanging critter portraits.
Tues, June 23 Art Activity – Sun Bathing Fish & Friends* | 9:30-11:30am | Cost: FREE | SOLD OUT
Twist wire and attach translucent tiles to create a sun catcher fish, bird or other animal.
Wed, June 24 Art Activity – Folk Art Flowers* | 9:30-11:30am | Cost: FREE | SOLD OUT
Make two different folk art flower paintings using vintage collage paper, glue, and acrylic paint on wood plaque.
Thurs, June 25 Art Activity – Owl Hold That* | 9:30-11:30am | Cost: FREE | SOLD OUT
Cut felt into shapes, hot glue them to a tube, and make a cute owl themed pencil holder.
(Note: Felt cutting required and mini hot glue supplied)
Registration Deadline: June 7
After registering on Showclix, you will be sent a Zoom link via email prior to the date/dates for which you registered, and you will need to use that Zoom link to access the virtual Art Activity experience. Art Activity Kits will be mailed out prior to the Art Camp.
*Please note that photos of projects are used as the inspiration and results will of course be variable due to artistic interpretation as well as the possibility of material and supply restrictions.
Generous support for this project provided by Art Bridges.