For ages 4-12 | 10 weeks | June 10 – Aug. 16, 2013
Monday – Friday | 9am-3:30pm
Spend your summer making art at the Bass Museum of Art! Summer art classes for children ages 4–12 are taught by professional art educators. Classes include explorations of the museum’s galleries, adventures in Collins Park, and visual and performing art activities. Each week the children will be using painting, drawing and 3-D design to explore the theme of the week.
Classes take place from 9am to 3:30pm in the Dzine Cafe, the Lindemann Family Creativity Center, our courtyard and selected sites around Collins Park and the beach. Children are grouped according to age with individual attention given to all children, from beginner to advanced level. Campers must bring their own lunch and snack for supervised lunch and snack periods. After Care is available from 4pm-5:30pm daily for an extra fee.
Camp A: ages 4-6
June 10-14: Paint, Paint, Paint! – Explore the various expressions of painting including learning how to mix colors and the techniques of the masters.
June 17–21: It Came from Space – Super silly and wacky inventions for an art show at the end of the week. Think deep space aliens, disco dancing potatoes and silly homes to house them all.
June 24–28: Creative Drawing – Create a book of fabulous drawings. Students will learn different drawing techniques, shading and subject matter to put in their own book to take home.
July 1-5 (no camp on July 4): Sculpture Wow Jr.– Become a sculpture for the week. We will scale up with model magic, paper mache, wire and found objects.
July 8-12: All About Me Jr. – Make drawings, paintings and collages of you and your favorite things.
July 15-19: Let’s Go Wild – Mixed media projects inspired by our ecosystem.
July 22-26: Animal Mania, Jr. – Create your own animal mashups, habitats and personalities with painting, drawing and 3-D design.
July 29-Aug 2: Ancient Civilization Adventures, Jr. – We will explore all the various civilizations that have come before us through drawing, painting and acting!
Aug 5-9: Puppet Parade – We will be creating puppets, scenery and plays.
Aug 12-16: Art Digitally, Jr. – We will explore digital art and photography.
Camp B: ages 7-12
June 10-14: Art Digitally – We will explore digital art and photography.
June 17-21: Cartoons and Drawing – Explore all of the different styles of cartooning. Develop characters and story lines that will be compiled into a book to show your friends and family.
June 24-28: Art Tricks – Draw 3-D, become an optical illusionist. We will learn art tricks for drawing the human figure, shading, perspective and foreshortening. Great for those working on perfecting their drawing skills.
July 1-5 (no camp on July 4): Sculpture Wow – Become a sculpture for the week. We will scale up with model magic, paper mache, wire and found objects.
July 8-12: All About Me – Make drawings, paintings and collages of you and your favorite things.
July 15-19: Young Designers – We will have fun creating a store by designing logos, and displays for our artistic items including magnets, buttons, paintings, etc.
July 22-26: Animal Mania – Create your own animal mashups, habitats and personalities with painting, drawing and 3-D design.
July 29 – Aug 2: Ancient Civilization Adventures – We will explore all the various civilizations that have come before us through drawing, painting and acting!
Aug 5-9: Designing Spaces – Create your own 3-D diorama that will include fantasy and everyday items.
Aug 12-16: Wild Inventions – Become a wild innovator. We will look at how things are built in the real world then create our own fantasy worlds complete with wacky vehicles and dream environments such as castles, wizards and chariots.
$160 for members (family/dual or higher)
$210 for non-members
Week of July 1-5:
$130 for members (family/dual or higher)
$180 for non-members
*Sibling discounts and scholarships available
*After care until 5:30pm for an extra $10 per day, per child
for more info & to register:
Kylee Crook, Education Program Manager
305.673.7530 x1016 | firstname.lastname@example.org