The Art of Oceania: June 11th-14th

Join us this week as we explore the artists and artistic traditions of Oceania. Oceania is a collective name given to the more than 10,000 islands and island nations scattered throughout the Pacific Ocean. We will draw inspiration from traditions as divergent as the ancient aboriginal art of Australia, the thriving contemporary art scene in Hawaii, and the mysterious stone figures of Easter Island. Like the people of this part of the world, we will also take inspiration from the Pacific Ocean itself!

Each week students will create works inspired by the history, geography, culture, and art of a different country or region below the equator. Each 4 day camp will include a combination of two dimensional and three dimensional projects, and will be divided into a 6-10 year old age group and an 11-14 year old group. As always, we will learn a lot, play, explore, and expand our understanding of art and the world around us!

Class Time

June 11th-14th
Tuesday - Friday, 10:00am-3:00pm
Drop off between 9:30-10, projects will begin at 10.





All Supplies Included
All art camps will run Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Students will need to bring a sack lunch, as well as a light snack for morning break. We will spend some time outside, so please pack sunscreen. Students need to wear closed-toe shoes and clothes that can get messy. Students are encouraged to bring a refillable water bottle with the student’s name on it.

To RSVP please register green or call us at 405-744-1535.