Summer Art Camp Registration

  • Passport to Ecuador & Peru For Ages 4 - 12

    JULY 6-10 (Ecuador) Morning classes only 
    JULY 13-17 (Ecuador) Afternoon classes only 
    JULY 20-24 (Peru) Morning classes only 
    JULY 27-31 (Peru) Afternoon classes only 

    M-F Morning: 8:45-11:45
    M-F Afternoon: 12:45-3:45

    Ages 4-5: A Start with the Arts $185
    Ages 6-12: Half Day: $185, Full Day: $355


    DEADLINES:
    June 26 for classes July 6-10 and July 13-17
    July 10 for classes July 20-24 and July 27-31

    Complete one registration per child.

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    Ecuador

    JULY 6-17, 2020
    JULY 6-10 - All Morning classes are Filled!
    JULY 13-17 - Afternoon only for ages 6-8. Ages 9-12 are closed

    Journey to Ecuador, a country straddling the equator on South America’s west coast. Its diverse landscape encompasses Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. You learn about the three distinct ecosystems and the wildlife that inhabit them. In the afternoon you shift your emphasis from nature to learn about community life and how customs and traditions of the ancient Incas, the indigenous people of Ecuador, live on through art, music and dance.

    Choose one age-appropriate class for each time period below.

    Morning Classes are Filled

    Week 1 - Morning A: 8:45–10 am

     Filled: : 405 Puppetry

    Week 1 - Morning A: 8:45–10 am

    All Classes Filled: 403 Mosiacs, 404 Jewelry

    Filled: 403 Mosiacs, 404 Jewelry

    Week 1 - Afternoon C: 12:30–2pm

    Filled classes: 408 Weaving

    Week 1 - Afternoon C: 12:30–2pm

     Filled: : 408 Weaving


    Peru

    JULY 20-31, 2020 JULY 20-24 - Morning classes only JULY 27-31 - Afternoon classes only Head south to Peru, a country that borders Ecuador. Here you visit the Andes, one of the highest mountain ranges in the world running the length of Peru. The valleys and mountains for the Andes are home to the ancient culture of the Incas and their modern day relatives, the Quechua, or “the people”. Working with artists, you learn about the Inca way of life and how the Spanish influenced the art and culture of the indigenous people of Peru. Each day you create art work inspired by the land and animals, the people and culture. Choose one age-appropriate class for each time period below.
    Week 2 - Morning A: 8:45–10 am

     

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    Week 2 - Morning A: 8:45–10 am

     

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    Filled: 504 Clay

    Week 2 - Afternoon C: 12:30–2pm

     

    Week 2 - Afternoon C: 12:30–2pm

     

    Week 2 - Afternoon D: 2:15–3:45pm

    Filled: 506 Music

    Week 2 - Afternoon D: 2:15–3:45pm

     Filled: 506 Music 

    A Start With the Arts For Ages 4-5 : 8:45–11:40 am

    Pre-school children ages 4-5 years register for “A Start with the Arts” offered morning only Monday-Friday, both weeks. A Start With the Arts offers 4-5 year-olds the opportunity to work with a teaching artist/educator and guest artists from Ecuador and Peru to explore the art, culture, and wildlife of these two countries through singing, movement, drama, art making and other hands-on activities. The program for pre-schoolers parallels the school-age program in theme and content: Ecuador, July 6-17 and Peru, July 20-31, 2020.

    A Start With the Arts children share their art work and perform at the Friday school-age informance/celebration.

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