We’re taking your favorite art camp and bringing it to your home! Online Art Camp is a half-day camp, where kids make 2 projects each day in a variety of art media, which may include painting, drawing, sculpture, and mixed-media. The materials fee covers a specially curated art supply kit custom designed for each week of camp, which will be available for curbside pickup at the Art Center the week prior to the camp. At the end of the camp, the kits are yours to keep for continued artmaking! Each camp culminates with a virtual art exhibition. This camp will be taught by the same talented teaching artists you know and love from the Art Center, who will be teaching remotely using Zoom. All you need to participate is a computer, tablet, or phone with internet access to Zoom. The week prior to camp, you will receive an email with the private Zoom link for the session.
Curbside pickup hours for this week's art kits are: Tues. 6/30 and Wed. 7/1 from 1-5pm; Thurs. 7/2 from 3-7pm; and Fri. 7/3 from 1-6pm. Due to the holiday, we will not have curbside pickup hours on the weekend of July 4 and 5. The last time to register for this camp is Friday 7/3 at 2pm.
Art Around America (ages 8–9)
July 6–10, 1–4:30 PM
Celebrate Independence Day through artwork inspired by American artists and famous landmarks. During this holiday week, we’ll make art projects such as a papier mâché bald-eagle sculpture and a painting inspired by American artist Alexander Calder. In addition to the art
supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup), and 1 container for mixing papier-mache paste about the size of a mixing bowl (could be disposable such as a foil baking tray).
1–2:35 PM: Artmaking Session 1
2:35–2:55 PM:Bathroom/Snack/Movement Break
2:55–4:30 PM: Artmaking Session 2