Youth Art Camp Week 6: July 27-31, 2020
COVID-19 UPDATE (as of June 10th, 2020):
We at the gallery have been following the steady increase of daily COVID cases in our community and state and have made the tough but responsible decision to cancel Summer Art Camp. Those who have preregistered and paid will receive a full refund. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility during these uncertain times, but the safety of your children and our staff comes first. We look forward to serving our youth and adults through a wonderful array of art classes this fall.
9:00am – 12:00pm
Fun in the Mud (ages 6-7) This introductory pottery class for the very young allows students to explore different kinds of clay, the pottery wheel and hand building techniques, and finishing objects with colorful glazes. Students will make all sorts of pottery and creatures to be treasured for years to come. Instructor: Laura Cardello
Fantasy Creatures (ages 6-7) Explore numerous fantastic creatures from literature, popular culture, and most importantly, imagination! Using paint and various other materials students will create projects based on dragons, unicorns, fairies, and more! Instructor: Dominique Hodge
Yarn Bomb! (ages 8 & up) Yarn bombing is an international community building art sensation: From the parks of Belgium to the trees in front of Sumter Gallery! Come learn the yarn wrapping techniques that turn small ornaments into bold works of public art. Students will explore God’s Eyes, mandalas, string letters, hoops, and silhouettes. Instructor: Ashley Stancil
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Comics! (ages 8 & up) Learn how to create and illustrate a story in comicbook form. Students will learn about different forms of comics and how they came to be, how to put ideas into panels and speech bubbles, how to make a comic flow, and what makes a good story. Gag comics, story comics, and much more!
Art Dolls (ages 10 & up) Create poseable fabric and wire based figures embellished with beading and found objects. Students will learn to build and flesh out armatures with fiber based media, critical project planning, and adaptation to materials used in non-traditional ways. Instructor: Cat Lloyd