We are celebrating cooler weather and some time off from school with all things cozy and creative in our Fall Break Camp! Pick one day or both, and each day, we will read a book and create projects based off that story. We'll play outside on breaks then warm up with hot chocolate. Snack will be provided each day but lunch will need to be brought in.
On Thursday, October 18th, we will read the book "Windows," by Julia Denos and make projects based off this story of community and the warm colors of fall. On Friday, October 19th, we will read "One Thousand Trees," by Kyle Hughes-Odgers and talk about our natural environments and the importance of trees!
Liz Dueck is a teaching artist who works primarily in landscape oil painting and ceramic sculpture. She received her BFA from Oklahoma State University as well as a minor in Art History and a K-12th Teaching Certification for Art. Dueck has exhibited her work at various galleries in the OSU campus, as well as in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Last year she had taught art in Costa Rica and now is very excited to work with the community of Stillwater as the new Art Education Coordinator of the Prairie Arts Center.
Thursday, Oct 18 and/or Friday, Oct 19 10:00am-3:00pm
$40.00 members, $60.00 non-members PER DAY
All Supplies Included