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WEEK 4 | JUNE 21-25

Due to CDC guidance for the operation of Summer Camps during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a limit of 20 persons (campers and instructors) per space.

GETTING A BEAD ON IT! JEWELRY CAMP

1-4pm | ages 11-17 | Classroom @ the Averitt | Madeline Shelor | Supply Fee: $20

This camp is designed to introduce different processes of jewelry making. If your child is interested in learning to work with polymer clay, resin, loom beading and wire wrapping, then this is the camp for them! In this camp, students will work with clay, glass, wood, metal and paper beads to create fun bracelets and necklaces through wire wrapping! Not only will they learn some jewelry making basics and wire wrapping, but they will create their own pendants and charms using unique materials.

ALL ABOUT COLOR CAMP I

9am-3pm | ages 4-8 | Multi-Purpose Room @ the Averitt | Sam Sheffield

This camp is all about having a blast with color! Color and color theory form the foundation of art as well as design. We will learn about color mixing and have fun working with different media such as acrylic painting, collage, paper folding and more in this magical camp! We will create animals and even create a self portrait using color theory! Join SHS educator Sam Sheffield in this fabulously fun camp!!

SUPER HEROES OF THE ART WORLD I

9am-3pm | ages 7-12 | 2-D @ the Roxie | Jacquelyn Bolton

Join me this week in making your own masterpieces and learn some fun facts about the most famous artists in the world! Did you know that many of the great artists regularly went to museums and copied from the masters or their "art heroes" who came before them? This is one way they practiced their drawing skills. During this camp, we will look at different moments in art and you will choose your favs to copy, yes copy (or simply use for inspiration). But I'll guarantee that your own style will shine through. You will use acrylic paint, watercolor, collage, and mixed media. Learn how your choice of color, material, mark making and textures create different moods and add meaning to the art piece.

MUSICAL THEATER REVIEW CABARET SHOW

9am-3pm | ages 11-17 | Black Box Theater @ West Main | Robert Cottle

Student will help write and create a cabaret review including their favorite songs from musical theater.