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WEEK 8 | JULY 19-23

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.


9am-3pm | ages 8-13 | 2-D @ the Roxie | Jacquelyn Bolton

Have you ever noticed how animals, insects, birds and fish are like a colorful and detailed works of art? This week we’re going to take a close look at colorful and vibrant animals and the wonderful patterns that make them so beautiful. You got it – Artsy Animals will be your inspiration for wild and cool art pieces. You will use acrylic paint, fiber, textiles, beads, clay, and mixed media. Learn how your choice of color, material, mark making and textures make your animal art come alive.


9am-3pm | ages 4-7 | Multi-Purpose Room @ the Averitt | Michelle Nesmith

Let’s explore the world down under….a fun week of sharks, dolphins, stingrays, jelly fish, seashells and more! We will create an ocean out of shaving cream, fish out of pasta, paint some seashells and make some sand art. Join us for a swimmingly good time!!


9am-3pm | ages 7-12 | 3-D @ the Roxie | Georgina Osuna Diaz | Supply Fee: $15

The ultimate clay summer camp experience! Campers will have the opportunity to work in many different applications of clay, and expand their imaginations! While working with clay in hand building sculpture, slab-work, and coil work. Students will learn to work independently and collaboratively in a small class setting with plenty of individual instruction. Campers are offered plenty of themes such as (Mythical Creatures, Safari, Ocean exploration, dinosaurs and much more!) and they incorporate instruction for a variety of clay techniques and plenty of room for exploration! Campers will be working with real stoneware clay and glazes. They will decide on a project theme(s) for the session and explore these ideas through their projects. This will be a full week of fun and learning in clay! Projects 

will be fired and ready for pickup 2 weeks after camp. Campers will finish the week with an average of 6-10 glazed stoneware pieces.