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Spring Break Arts Camp Online | March 29 - April 2 [Ages 6-12]

03/29/2021 09:30 AM - 04/02/2021 12:30 PM ET

Category

Camps

Location

Online, at home

Summary

Many of us are staying home for Spring Break this year, so why not do something fun with your week? Join us as we draw, paint, sculpt and more...(click title for more info)

Camp fees:
Weekly: March 29 - April 2
9:30 am -12:30 pm
Weekly, Monday-Friday
$210 Members* | $234 Non Members
Daily rate: $46 Members* | $50 Non Members
* Household memberships and higher

Description

Our Spring Break Camp is Online! Through Zoom, our teaching artists will provide personal, meaningful, and fun art content to keep your child engaged each day. Here's how it works:

A supply list will be sent to cover each day, which includes basic art supplies you should have at home, such as colored pencils and paper. Projects will include drawing, painting, sculpting activities and games. The student should have the supplies prepared and ready when class begins. If you do not have access to something listed, we can offer alternatives so your child can easily participate. An official Zoom link will be sent via email to join our online Spring Break. If you have not yet created a Zoom account, you can do so here: zoom.us
 
Monday SuppliesCardboard Tube from Toilet Paper Roll (1 or 2 needed, or 1 Paper Towel roll cut in half)Thin Cardboard (Think cereal boxes, mac & cheese boxes, etc.)Empty Soup or Bean Cans (2 needed. Rinsed and dry, No lid but please keep lable on.)Empty Yogurt Cups or Egg Carton (to use for water or paint, rinsing paint brushes.), Paper Plates (to use for paint tray and a place to set brushes down), Newspaper or Magazines (both to use for projects and to cover working surface)Paper Towels or old rags for brush cleaning, hand drying, and general cleanup, Markers (Sharpee + others if you have them!)Colored Pencils, Crayons or other drawing and coloring tools, Scissors (Child-safe please. We may ask for parent help with some cutting/hole punching if necessary!)Scotch TapeElmer’s Glue, Acrylic Paints (various colors if you have them)Paint Brushes (could also sub Q-tips)Sponge Brushes (could also sub kitchen sponge, cut into smaller pieces for painting), Yarn/Color String (various colors if you have them!)Papers and Scraps for crafting (whatever you have around the home can work. Colored construction papers, white office paper, old notebook pages, magazine or newspaper, the more variety the better!), Drawing Paper
Tuesday SuppliesThick white drawing paper, 1 Popsicle stick, 2 different color Felt sheets (minimum 3"X3"), Googly eyes, Watercolor, Paint Brushes Color markers, Pencil, Eraser, Colored Pencils, Scissors, Glue
Wednesday SuppliesCardboard Tube from Toilet Paper Roll (1 or 2 needed, or 1 Paper Towel roll cut in half), Thin Cardboard (Think cereal boxes, mac & cheese boxes, etc.), Empty Soup or Bean Cans (2 needed. Rinsed and dry, No lid but please keep lable on.), Empty Yogurt Cups or Egg Carton (to use for water or paint, rinsing paint brushes.), Paper Plates (to use for paint tray and a place to set brushes down), Newspaper or Magazines (both to use for projects and to cover working surface), Paper Towels or old rags for brush cleaning, hand drying, and general cleanup, Markers (Sharpee + others if you have them!), Colored Pencils, Crayons or other drawing and coloring tools, Scissors (Child-safe please. We may ask for parent help with some cutting/hole punching if necessary!), Scotch Tape, Elmer’s Glue, Acrylic Paints (various colors if you have them), Paint Brushes (could also sub Q-tips), Sponge Brushes (could also sub kitchen sponge, cut into smaller pieces for painting), Yarn/Color String (various colors if you have them!), Papers and Scraps for crafting (whatever you have around the home can work. Colored construction papers, white office paper, old notebook pages, magazine or newspaper, the more variety the better!), Drawing Paper
Thursday Supplies: Drawing Paper, 1 8X10 Canvas or something similar to paint on, 1 Popsicle stick, Googly eyes, White Model magic, Watercolor, Paint Brushes, Color markers, Pencil, Eraser, Colored Pencils, Scissors, Glue
Friday Supplies: Drawing Paper, Pencil, Colored Pencils, Eraser, Colored Markers, Ruler 
Optional: a tablet or iPad with digital pencil and Procreate app downloaded to the desktop
 
About Our Teaching Artists:

Ryan Gilleece is a 2015 graduate of the Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Arts currently working on the webcomic, Artificial Tears. He specializes in sequential art and character design, and both traditional and digital media. He is an aftercare counselor and a summer enrichment instructor for the Piscataway School system.

Anusha Saran is a mixed media artist from West Windsor, NJ who is best known for her multi-media paintings with intricate fine line pen details. Her work has been exhibited and won several awards in India and US. She has a BA in Architecture and Masters in Design from National Institute of Design (NID), India, specializing in Ceramic and Glass Design. She started teaching art to children and loves to share her knowledge of design experience to help them explore their creative edge.

Jessica Schadt is a lifelong artist, athlete & fitness enthusiast. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Tyler School of Art, Temple University and works primarily in photo/video arts, digital art & design, as well as in flow & circus arts such as hoop dance. Jessie has several hoop dance videos featured on www.hooping.org, and a background working at various companies doing all things creative; from copy writing to digital editing & archiving to hoop dance and beyond!

       
 

 

 

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