Summer Art Camp 2024 - Registration opens March 4!

Ica Encinitas

Quench the creative thirst this summer at the ICA San Diego’s Summer Art Camp!

Budding artists are invited to develop their creativity in our studio art classrooms. Young artists will explore art making with a variety of supplies, acquire new skills by expanding on their art-making techniques, and continue to develop their critical thinking and problem-solving capabilities under the guidance of a teaching artist during each of our one-of-a-kind week of project-based camps.

Mastering the art of summer fun!

Offering Art-Camps at both the ICA San Diego Encinitas and Balboa Park campuses, each location offers a distinct experience; from the coastal wetlands of the San Elijo Lagoon and ICA’s  garden and  Sculpture Trail,  to the cultural hub of Balboa Park.  

The Institute of Contemporary Art summer camps are designed to promote mental health and inspire creativity.  At the end of week, young visiting artists will have the opportunity  to  showcase their art work  at the Weekly Student Art Exhibition! 

Scholarships available (coming soon)!

Scroll down to select location, please click on the (+) to view more information.

Art-Camps

DATES:

June  17, 2024 – August 02, 2024*  

*Week 1: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Friday (no Camp on Wednesday in honor of Juneteenth Holiday)

Week 2 – Week 6 : Monday – Friday

TIME:

9:00AM-2:00PM (Drop off begins at 9:00am)

*NO Camp 6/19 (Juneteenth)

*NO camp the week July 1st-5th

Aftercare 2:00pm - 3:00pm ONLY  

Keep the fun going with an artsy Aftercare, includes one extra craft activity and a snack.*

*Please note that late pick-ups may be subject to additional charges.

Discounts

ICA Family Memberships and above save 10% – Log in and use ICAFAMILYMEMBER code

If you are not an ICA Member you can sign up here.

Purchase 2 or more camps and save an additional 5% each – Use MULTICAMP code

Discounts can be combined. Apply discount codes at the bottom of your shopping bag page before checkout.

ICA San Diego / Central

1439 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101

Summer Art Camps at ICA San Diego / Central in Balboa Park include access to partner museums and time outdoors enjoying the park. Please click on the (+) sign to choose a week and then click register here.

5-7 years

8-10 years 

Teens (11-13)

Teens (14-17)

Week 1: June 17 - 21 /No camp June 19th (Low Inventory!)

Sea Exploration! 

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Dates: June 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st  (Skip 6/19, Juneteenth)

This imaginative camp will focus on creating underwater seascapes and the creatures that live within. Campers will use painting, drawing, stamping and sculptural techniques to create underwater scenes. Dip into this watery week of fun, art, and more! 

Skills:  Students will learn how to engage in self-directed, creative artmaking. Students will make art or design with various art materials and tools to explore marine life, personal interests, and curiosities. They will perceive and describe aesthetic characteristics of one’s natural world and constructed environments. Students will also use observation and investigation in preparation for making a work of art, and brainstorm to generate multiple approaches to an art or design problem.

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Week 5: July 22 - 26 (Sold Out!)

Mystical Creatures 

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Dates: July 22nd – 26th 

From dragons to unicorns, mermaids to gnomes, this camp is all about imagination. We’ll make a variety of creations for the kids to enjoy, including puppets using dyed fabrics, wands made out of  fibers, kaleidoscopes, and more. 

Skills: Students will combine ideas to generate an innovative idea for art-making. They will identify and demonstrate diverse methods of artistic investigation to choose an approach for beginning a work of art. Students will practice constructing original projects out of various materials. 

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Week 3: July 8 - 12

Printmaking 

Ages: 8-10 years old

Dates: July 8th – 12th  

From Monoprint to Linocut, campers will remix and reinterpret the  printmaking processes. They will design, create, and alter their prints  using  a mix of old and contemporary methods creating a unique vision.  Campers will  learn how perspective, positive and negative space, and color blocking is used in a variety of techniques throughout this week-long camp. 

Skills:  Students will begin by learning the fundamentals of photography and printmaking. Students will then apply these  fundamentals to more experimentative work,  exploring how mixing processes and media can create unique results and foster a distinct artistic style. 

Register Here!

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Week 6: July 29 - August 2

Incredibly Super! 

Ages: 8 – 10 years old

Dates: July 29th – August 2nd   

Who’s your hero? Campers in this week will explore the world of graphic design and illustration, creating original superhero logos, posters, and all things super. From superpowers to supervillains, costumes to gadgets, campers will explore all the ways a hero can be represented.

Skills: Students will learn how personal experiences can inform artistic expression, and the importance of representation in media. Students will also learn how to experiment with new materials, and creatively tell a story. 

Register Here!

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Week 4: July 15 - 19

 Storyboarding

Ages: 11-13  years old 

Dates: July 15th – 19th  

Do you enjoy comics or graphic novels? Do you ever wonder how artists create them? Learn how to create stories, characters, collaborative stop-motion movies, and publish your own fantastic comic creations.  Set your inner cartoonist free!

Skills: Students will apply knowledge of available resources, tools, and technologies to investigate personal ideas through the art-making process. They will create personally satisfying artwork using a variety of artistic processes and materials. Using a variety of drawing mediums, students will investigate how to  illustrate stories  through art.

Register Here!

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Week 2: June 24 - 28

DIY Zine Creations  

Ages: 14 – 17 years old

Dates: June 24th – 28th

Zine Camp is for students who want to learn how to edit, create, and distribute art in DIY magazines. A zine is a self-published book or booklet that can be reproduced to share or sell. Potential zine content is all-inclusive and can go beyond conventional material.  Literature, comics, photography, poetry, movies, music, illustration, and politics are all great subject matters and will be explored throughout this camp, allowing students to make work aligned with their particular interests. Activities will include photography, writing, drawing, collaging, and more. 

Skills: Students will generate a collection of ideas reflecting their current interests and concerns and explore those subjects through artmaking. Students will investigate a variety of both traditional and experimental zine making techniques and work on individual and collaborative projects.  Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!

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ICA San Diego / North

1550 S El Camino Real Encinitas, CA 92024

Summer Art Camp at our North location in Encinitas includes access to our 6-acre property including our beautiful garden and Sculpture Trail hikes. Please click on the (+) sign to choose a week and then click register here.

5-7 years

8 - 10 years

Pre-Teens (11-13)

Teens (14-17)

Week 1: June 17 – 21 /NO camp June 19th (Low Inventory!)

Sea Exploration! 

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Dates: June 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st  (Skip 6/19, Juneteenth)

This imaginative camp will focus on creating underwater seascapes and the creatures that live within. Campers will use painting, drawing, stamping and sculptural techniques to create underwater scenes.  Dip into this watery week of fun, art, and more! 

Skills:  Students will learn how to engage in self-directed, creative artmaking. Students will make art or design with various art materials and tools to explore marine life, personal interests, and curiosities. They will perceive and describe aesthetic characteristics of one’s natural world and constructed environments. Students will also use observation and investigation in preparation for making a work of art, and brainstorm to generate multiple approaches to an art or design problem.

Register Here!
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Week 2: June 24 - 28 (Sold Out!)

Fantastical  Animals

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Dates: June 24th – 28th

In this camp kids will learn about fantastic animals used by famous artists in paintings, sculptures, and photography. They will be able to create their fantasy adventures and let their imagination soar. 

Skills: Students will explore the world using imaginative and expressive artmaking. Using innovative thinking, students will create artwork that explores wildlife, the natural world, and their personal perceptions of nature. Students will practice interpreting the purpose of an artwork by identifying and describing the subject matter. Students will gain experience in drawing, sculpting, and painting.

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Week 3: July 8 - 12

Exploring Textiles 

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Date: July 8th – 12th 

Campers will discover contemporary textile artists like El Anatsui, Faig Ahmed, and many others in this week’s Exploring Textiles camp, trying their hand at printing, felting,  weaving, and dyeing with both natural + synthetic dyes.

Skills: Students will develop their own artistic style of work of art based on the artists discussed. They will practice using their fine motor skills to complete the weeks projects, as well as learning about living textile artists.

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Week 4: July 15 - 19 (Sold Out!)

Space & Beyond  

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Date: July 15th – 19th  

This week’s camp is teeming with imagination! 

Take a trip with us around our galaxy while we discover the colors and  textures of our universe. Campers will document their findings through a variety of art making forms from dioramas, paper mache, collage, painting and printmaking. 

Join us for an out of this world week!

Skills: Students will develop their skills in collaging, compositional planning,  texture and color to create patterns. They will uncover information about our observable universe and create visual representations of them. Students will engage in exploration and imaginative play with various arts materials.

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Week 5: July 22 - 26 (Sold Out!)

The Great Outdoors

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Date: July 22nd – 26th  

Campers will jump into a world-wide expedition, exploring the different types of biomes that make up our world – forests, deserts, tundras, and how to help preserve them! They will draw inspiration from these biomes to produce their own artworks, using a variety of materials including paint,  air dry clay and found objects. 

Skills: Students will learn the relationship between the needs of different plants or animals (including humans) and the places they live. Through experimentation, students will build skills in various media and approaches to artmaking.

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Week 6: July 29 - August 2 (Sold Out!)

Around the World

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Date: July 29th – August 2nd

After all, the globe is little.
Campers will explore cultural art making from around the world, from weaving,  mosaics, and toy making; each camper will explore the art making techniques employed by people throughout the world. 

Skills: Through making and observing art, students will learn about the lives of people of different places, times and cultures. They will also gain experience in handling supplies, making choices, and cooperating in creating  artworks.

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Week 1: June 17 – 21 / No camp June 19th (Low Inventory!)

Paper Arts 

Ages: 8-10 years old

Dates: June 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st  (Skip 6/19, Juneteenth)

From Pop-ups, Origami, and altered books,  this week’s campers will dive deep into the richness of this ancient art form.  Campers will explore past and contemporary  iterations throughout  artists practices while taking inspiration to develop their unique interpretation.  

Skills: Students will practice experimenting with a wide variety of materials. Students will utilize inquiry methods of observation, research, and experimentation to explore unfamiliar subjects of paper arts. 

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Week 2: June 24 - 28

Learning From  the Masters

Ages: 8-10 years old

Dates: June 24th – 28th

Campers will create masterpieces inspired by famous artists such as Henri Matisse, Van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, Louise Bourgeois, Yayoi Kusama and our own artists-in-residence! A little bit of art history with a contemporary twist and a lot of hands on. 

Skills: Students will learn to recognize that responses to art change depending on knowledge of the time and place in which it was made. They will speculate about processes an artist uses to create a work of art, and interpret art by analyzing use of media to create subject matter, characteristics of form, and mood. Students will build on the fundamentals of painting, collage, and drawing.

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Week 3: July 8 - 12 (Sold Out!)

Make Your Own Stuff!

Ages: 8-10 years old

Date: July 8th – 12th

Enjoy fun and games? This camp is all about creating  your own good time! Campers in this week will craft original toys, games, decorations, and more. Lots of hands-on activities for the playful at heart.

Skills: 

Students will explore and invent art-making techniques and approaches to creating toys and games. Students will also practice taking an art project from start to finish, from the initial design to a finished product.

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Week 4: July 15 - 19 (Sold Out!)

Mixed Media Sculpture  

Ages: 8-10 years old

Date: July 15th – 19th

Do you enjoy comics or graphic novels? Do you ever wonder how artists create them? Learn how to create stories, characters, collaborative stop-motion movies, and publish your own fantastic comic creations.  Set your inner cartoonist free!

Skills: Students will apply knowledge of available resources, tools, and technologies to investigate personal ideas through the art-making process. They will create personally satisfying artwork using a variety of artistic processes and materials. Using a variety of drawing mediums, students will investigate how to  illustrate stories through art.

Register Here!
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Week 5: July 22 - 26 (Sold Out!)

Cartoon Craze 

Ages: 8-10 years old

Date: July 22nd – 26th

Who’s your hero? Campers in this week’s camp  will create their own superheroes, using a variety of artistic techniques to build all things super. From superpowers to supervillains, costumes to gadgets, campers will explore all the ways a hero can be represented.

Skills: Students will learn how personal experiences can inform artistic expression, and the importance of representation in media. Students will also learn how to experiment with new materials, and creatively tell a story.

Register Here!
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Week 6: July 29 - August 2 (Sold Out!)

Art Wearables 

Ages: 8-10 years old

Date: July 29th – August 2nd

From crochet, embroidery, knitting, lace, quilting and felting, this week’s campers will be immersed in the art of  fashion creation. Campers will draft their design taking influence from contemporary fashion as well as, artists whose main work 

Skills:  Students will explore felting, hand weaving, embroidery, quilting, and dyeing. Through material exploration and experimentation, students will develop their skills and artistic voices, as well as an understanding of the importance of collaboration.

Register Here!
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Week 1: June 17 – 21 (no camp June 19th)

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Art as Activism: Printmaking + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 11-13

Dates: June 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st  (Skip 6/19, Juneteenth)

Printmaking camp invites students to experiment with techniques and processes used in historical and contemporary printmaking. Campers will learn about the power of drawing, illustration, and  graphic design in confronting and communicating political questions.  Students will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will explore monoprinting, gel printing, linocutting, screen printing, and other printmaking techniques. Students will learn to execute an idea from sketch to finished product, develop a cohesive concept, and learn how to collaborate with their classmates artistically. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 2: June 24 - 28

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

DIY Zine + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 11-13

Dates: June 24th – 28th

Zine Camp is for students who want to learn how to edit, create, and distribute art in DIY magazines. A zine is a self-published book or booklet that can be reproduced to share or sell. Potential zine content is all-inclusive and can go beyond conventional material.  Literature, comics, photography, poetry, movies, music, illustration, and politics are all great subject matters and will be explored throughout this camp, allowing students to make work aligned with their particular interests. Activities will include photography, writing, drawing, collaging, and more. Students will also dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will generate a collection of ideas reflecting their current interests and concerns and explore those subjects through artmaking. Students will investigate a variety of both traditional and experimental zine making techniques and work on individual and collaborative projects.  Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 3: July 8 - 12

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Storyboarding + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 11-13

Date: July 8th – 12th

Explore the beginnings of animation with this storyboarding and concept-art camp! Campers will learn to effectively tell a story in segments as seen in comics, or as a roadmap to video storytelling. Students will practice the basic elements of storyboarding from planning out action sequences, creating original characters, and worldbuilding. Students will also dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will learn the basics of storyboarding from initial concept design to finished product using graphite, ink, marker, and other materials. Students will reflect on, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision and explore the uses of storytelling,  typography, character creation, and plot in visual arts. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios. 

Resources Link:

What is a Storyboard and How do you create one?

Register Here!
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Week 4: July 15 - 19

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Fiber Arts  + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 11-13

Date: July 15th – 19th

 Explore the rich history of fiber and textile arts! Campers will learn different methods for utilizing fiber and textiles in art making, the history of these crafts, and the ways in which contemporary artists have harnessed these processes in their own professional practices. Students will gain a broad understanding of fundamental material and techniques, including hand-sewing, embroidery, quilting, felting, macrame, and dyeing. Campers will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills:  Students will explore a wide array of fiber arts processes including felting, hand sewing, shibori and indigo dyeing, macrame, embroidery, quilting, and soft sculpture. Through material exploration and experimentation, students will develop their skills and artistic voices, as well as an understanding of the importance of collaboration. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios. 

Register Here!
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Week 5: July 22 - 26

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Mixed Media Sculpture + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 11-13

Date: July 22nd – 26th

Gain hands-on experience with the basics of sculpture. Campers will experiment with cardboard, wire armature building, and utilizing recycled materials to explore the history and possibilities of sculpture and installation. Students will begin to think three-dimensionally and learn how to produce complex sculptures using a variety of materials and methods, and learn to produce plans and sketches of work before completion. Campers will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will develop their basic sculpture skills and learn the importance of volume, balance, abstraction, and installation in three dimensional media. Students will experiment with material and processes, including cardboard, wire, fabric, and found and natural materials. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 6: July 29 - August 2

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Mixed Media Drawing  + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 11-13

Date: July 29th – August 2nd  

(NEW) Mixed Media Drawing Camp is for students looking to learn the important foundations of drawing through observation, practice, and experimentation. Campers will explore the fundamentals of drawing including perspective, value, and composition, work with a broad range of materials, and develop their artistic voices through risk, trial and error. They will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will develop observational drawing skills through still lifes, clothed figure drawing, and perspective and plein-air drawing. Students will experiment with traditional drawing materials like graphite, charcoal, and ink, as well as more experimental techniques and mediums. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 1: June 17 – 21 (no camp June 19th)

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Art as Activism: Printmaking + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 14-17 years old

Dates: June 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st  (Skip 6/19, Juneteenth)

Printmaking camp invites students to experiment with techniques and processes used in historical and contemporary printmaking. Campers will learn about the power of drawing, illustration, and  graphic design in confronting and communicating political questions.  Students will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will explore monoprinting, gel printing, linocutting, screen printing, and other printmaking techniques. Students will learn to execute an idea from sketch to finished product, develop a cohesive concept, and learn how to collaborate with their classmates artistically. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 2: June 24 - 28

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

DIY Zine + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 14-17 years old

Dates: June 24th – 28th

Zine Camp is for students who want to learn how to edit, create, and distribute art in DIY magazines. A zine is a self-published book or booklet that can be reproduced to share or sell. Potential zine content is all-inclusive and can go beyond conventional material.  Literature, comics, photography, poetry, movies, music, illustration, and politics are all great subject matters and will be explored throughout this camp, allowing students to make work aligned with their particular interests. Activities will include photography, writing, drawing, collaging, and more. Students will also dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will generate a collection of ideas reflecting their current interests and concerns and explore those subjects through artmaking. Students will investigate a variety of both traditional and experimental zine making techniques and work on individual and collaborative projects.  Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 3: July 8 - 12

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Storyboarding + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 14-17 years old

Date: July 8th – 12th

Explore the beginnings of animation with this storyboarding and concept-art camp! Campers will learn to effectively tell a story in segments as seen in comics, or as a roadmap to video storytelling. Students will practice the basic elements of storyboarding from planning out action sequences, creating original characters, and worldbuilding. Students will also dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will learn the basics of storyboarding from initial concept design to finished product using graphite, ink, marker, and other materials. Students will reflect on, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision and explore the uses of storytelling,  typography, character creation, and plot in visual arts. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios. 

Resources Link:

What is a Storyboard and How do you create one?

Register Here!
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Week 4: July 15 - 19

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Fiber Arts  + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 14-17 years old

Date: July 15th – 19th

 Explore the rich history of fiber and textile arts! Campers will learn different methods for utilizing fiber and textiles in art making, the history of these crafts, and the ways in which contemporary artists have harnessed these processes in their own professional practices. Students will gain a broad understanding of fundamental material and techniques, including hand-sewing, embroidery, quilting, felting, macrame, and dyeing. Campers will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills:  Students will explore a wide array of fiber arts processes including felting, hand sewing, shibori and indigo dyeing, macrame, embroidery, quilting, and soft sculpture. Through material exploration and experimentation, students will develop their skills and artistic voices, as well as an understanding of the importance of collaboration. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios. 

Register Here!
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Week 5: July 22 - 26

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Mixed Media Sculpture + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 14-17 years old

Date: July 22nd – 26th

Gain hands-on experience with the basics of sculpture. Campers will experiment with cardboard, wire armature building, and utilizing recycled materials to explore the history and possibilities of sculpture and installation. Students will begin to think three-dimensionally and learn how to produce complex sculptures using a variety of materials and methods, and learn to produce plans and sketches of work before completion. Campers will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will develop their basic sculpture skills and learn the importance of volume, balance, abstraction, and installation in three dimensional media. Students will experiment with material and processes, including cardboard, wire, fabric, and found and natural materials. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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Week 6: July 29 - August 2

Pre-teen and teenagers will have a unique chance to take this combo 2 in 1 art-camp. The mornings will be spent with the 11-13 group in an art class and the 14-17 group in the ceramics lab, in the afternoon the groups will switch.

Mixed Media Drawing  + Ceramics Camp

Ages: 14-17 years old

Date: July 29th – August 2nd  

(NEW) Mixed Media Drawing Camp is for students looking to learn the important foundations of drawing through observation, practice, and experimentation. Campers will explore the fundamentals of drawing including perspective, value, and composition, work with a broad range of materials, and develop their artistic voices through risk, trial and error. They will also get to dive into the world of ceramics, spending half of their time in the ceramics lab experimenting with pottery and sculpture. 

Skills: Students will develop observational drawing skills through still lifes, clothed figure drawing, and perspective and plein-air drawing. Students will experiment with traditional drawing materials like graphite, charcoal, and ink, as well as more experimental techniques and mediums. Work produced in this course will be suitable for college portfolios.

Register Here!
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