The final week of our summer camp season will be an exciting investigation into two decades that many of us lived through: the 1980's and 90's. Some of our projects will take inspiration from Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, the Guerrilla Girls, and Street Art, a paradoxical movement that returned to more traditional figurative imagery while also rejecting the primacy of galleries and museums spaces. We will also be inspired by the introduction of digital art, music videos, and the zine. This one might be the most fun for parents!
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These classes are sure to spark the creative spirit and produce some interesting and amazing works of art! Each day, students will receive a mystery bag of art supplies that must be put to use in some way in an art work of their design. Students will spend time planning their artwork and will have tokens that they can use to "buy" additional supplies to supplement what comes in their bag. At the end of the day, we will see all the different ways we've created using similar materials!
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Students will create up to four adorable holiday ornaments out of simple paper tubes. The templates will include a fox, a saguaro cactus, a gnome home, and an owl. Students can create at their own pace in this relaxed workshop environment and explore the materials on hand. Everyone is sure to make at least one new favorite to put on the tree!
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This summer's Kids' Art Studio will be an Encore! of our Artists in the Spotlight summer camps. We will take our inspiration from Shel Silverstein (Tuesday), Georgia O'Keeffee (Wednesday), Betye Saar (Thursday), and Ray and Charles Eames (Friday). Even though returning students may be familiar with the artists, the projects will be new. Unlike summer camp, students may attend one day, all four, or anything in between. 
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We are happy to announce a full six-week roster of in-person summer camps this year for children ages 6-14. Each week we will explore a different artist in depth, creating works inspired by their medium, subject matter, philosophy, and life. 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!

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