|Hosted by:||Crocker Art Museum|
|The event will start on :||Monday, July 29, 2013 - 9:00 AM|
|And will end on :||Monday, July 29, 2013 - 4:00 PM|
|Location:||Crocker Art Museum|
|Address:||216 O Street|
For Ages 6 - 10
Monday - Friday, July 29 - August 2
9 AM - 4 PM
Crocker Art Camp sessions (seven thematic one-week sessions) are art-filled adventures designed to help cultivate kids' creative spark. With its renowned permanent collection, exciting exhibitions, and an accomplished team of education staff, the Crocker is the perfect place to develop imaginations and creative thinking skills. In addition to plenty of hands-on art-making, campers will view and discuss a wide range of art, tour special exhibitions, take walking field trips, meet guest artists, and participate in gallery activities and games. All activities are flexible to fit your child's individual educational, social, and artistic needs. Space is limited and camps frequently sell out.
• Each camper receives a Crocker Kid t-shirt per session; additional shirts may be purchased
• Museum provides two snacks daily (lunch is not included)
• All art supplies are included
• Convenient drop-off and pick-up
• Extended care is not available
$250 Museum members
Session Six: All About Art
Dive into all things art, with a special focus on photography. Be inspired in the galleries by the methods and styles of artists from around the world, then use what you learn to create your own body of work, including a photography display to cap off the week. You'll go on sketching trips to nearby public art sites, try new tools and techniques, and practice your skills, all while building the foundation for your portfolio.
Lead Instructor: Mallorie Marsh
THIS CAMP IS CURRENTLY FULL. TO HAVE YOUR NAME ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST, PLEASE CALL 916.808.1182.
Session Seven: Tell Me a Story
THIS CLASS IS CURRENTLY FULL.
About the Instructor:
Mallorie J. Marsh delights in exposing people of all ages to art through her work as an art educator. She has taught in San Jose and Cupertino and is currently the Crocker's Community Engagement Coordinator. As an artist, she enjoys experimenting with the interaction inherent in mixed-media work. She holds degrees in studio art and secondary art education.