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WEEK 2 | June 6 - 10

To register, call Tony Phillips at (912) 259-9228!

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Art Around the World, Session 1

Join me as we travel around the globe to discover the arts and crafts that are special to the people of other countries. Come celebrate different cultures and techniques by creating your own unique works of art. You will be drawing, painting, sculpting with clay, sewing and much more. 

 

Instructor: Jacquelyn Bolton 

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Ages: 8-18

Location: Roxie Remley 3-D Studio

Maximum of 15 campers

Musical Theater Review Camp

This camp is designed for those who love to sing, dance and act. Young actors will produce a show for Friday incorporating several numbers from their favorite musicals.

 

Instructor:  Robert Cottle
Ages: 8-13

Time: 9 a.m.-noon
Location: Whitaker Black Box Theater at 41 West Main

Princess Camp, Session 1

Princess dreams will come true at this Magical camp! Dress as a princess each day and join us for crafts, dancing, games and much more!   We will make crowns, castles, wands and more… We may even have a princess or two come and visit. Shhh…It's a surprise!

 

Instructor: Michelle Nesmith

Ages: 3-7

Time: 9 a.m.-noon
Location: Averitt Third-Floor Classroom

UpCycle Camp

Assembling found objects into new projects can make great art! Campers will complete an artistic exploration of what our minds can create with everyday objects that are usually thrown away. Campers will complete various projects from concept to final product. This class takes the saying, “One's trash is another's treasure” to another level!


Instructor: Cody Thomas

Ages: 7-12

Times: 1-4 p.m.
Location: Averitt Third-Floor Classroom

Camp 9¾, Session 1

This fun, wizarding camp is full of magic. Students will be sorted into their houses, create their own wands, learn spells, and make crafts, potions, and keepsakes of the wizarding world.  Come meet us at Platform 9¾ and catch the train to creativity!  School robes are optional and may be worn if you desire.  

 

Instructor: Georgina Osuna-Diaz

Ages: 6-13

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Roxie Remley 2-D Studio

Supply fee: $15

Painting for Gamers, Session 2

From Dungeons and Dragons to Risk to Warhammer, the world of tabletop games is filled with miniatures! In ‘Painting for Gamers’ we will be exploring the world of painting, and playing with, those miniatures. Campers will learn all about the basic principles (and some more advanced ones) of painting and how to apply them to any miniature they want. Campers will also get a chance to learn about and participate in all the different kinds of games that can be played with their miniatures. While miniatures, supplies and games will be provided, the first morning of camp will be spent taking a field trip to Galactic Comics and Games in downtown Statesboro, where campers will get to pick out the paints and miniatures that they are most interested in. Please have your child bring the supply fee ($20) with them on the first day. All supplies purchased with the supply fee will be his/hers to keep at the conclusion of camp.


Instructor: Greg Hogan

Ages: 11-15

Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Averitt Second-Floor Classroom

Supply fee: $20 cash

Maximum of 15 students