2019 SUMMER CAMPS

 
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Kids’ Summer Camp

June 2019 | 9:00am-3:00pm | ages 6-12

$200 STaa members |$250 non-members

Children are guided in a hands-on learning environment through the basics of painting, drawing and clay, exploring Art History and their own imaginations. Please pack a bag lunch and morning snack.

  • Session 1 : June 3 - June 7

    2D Theme:   Art Inspired by Math, Science and Technology

    Minecraft inspired self-portraits and architectural drawings, Lego centered still-life, collaborative Sol Lewitt mathematical wall installations, Fibonacci-based colorful collages

    3D Theme: Celebrating Nature

    Fossil wind chimes, mosaic landscape art, mini ceramic solar system

  • Session 2 : June 10 - June 14

    2D Theme: The Environment/ Recycled Materials-

    Recycled fabric fiber art project, pollinator insect drawing, collaborative mosaics

    3D Theme: The Environment/ Recycled Materials

    Functional clay pottery, Andy Goldworthy-inspired nature sculptures

  • Session 3 : June 17 - June 21

    2D Theme: Art Throughout the Ages

    Cave painting bull, Japanese ink drawings, Cezanne Impressionist still lifes, Abstract paintings / abstract Expressionism

    3D Theme: Rhythm, Pattern and Sound

    Mixed media slab bowls, mosaic rocks, alphabet soup pendants or chimes with recycled copper wire.

  • Session 4 : June 24 - June 28

    2D Theme: Marvelous and Mythical

    Comic book character creation with storyboards and comic strips, watercolor illustrations from campers’ favorite books, mythical creatures made from felt and wool.

    3D Theme: Exploring Texture with Recycled Fabric

    Pop-up ceramic square dish, DIY sketchbook, weaving with t-shirt yarn.

All supplies included

Located at the Art House: 320 N. Columbia St, Covington, LA 704


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Young Artists Studio

June 2019 |9:30 AM - 12:30 PM | ages 12-17

$125 STaa members |$175 non-members

An in depth focus on 2D and 3D subject matter. For young artists interested in a more serious exploration of developing skills and concepts. Please provide a water bottle and snack.

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Mandeville Camp

Located at the Mandeville Trailhead: 675 Lafitte St, Mandeville, LA 70448

  • Session 1 : June 10 - June 14

    For students working on a portfolio for art school applications or those who simply love to draw and doodle, this week is a foundational class in line, tone, composition, and color. Bring a sketch book and your imagination and be motivated by Louisiana landscapes and the architecture of Old Mandeville.  We will have walking field trips for drawing outdoors in the morning then develop watercolor, collage and embroidery skills on larger works informed by the morning sketches.  Other observational drawing and painting skills will increase with inspiring and wacky still lifes done in a range of media.

  • Session 2 : June 17 - June 21

    Students will broaden their creativity and build their skills as they are introduced to a variety of fiber art techniques. Wet felted bracelets, needle felted animals and embroidered self- portraits will inspire teens to develop work that is personal as they discover new to ways to creatively problem solve. Enroll your artist today and watch their potential come alive!

Covington Camp

Located at the Art House: 320 N. Columbia St, Covington, LA 70433

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  • Session 1 : June 17 - June 21 12:00pm - 3:00pm

    In this session of Young Artists Studio, we will dive into color theory and the development of how the use of color changed and evolved art movements and abstraction. Students will begin their journey working with value and patterns of light and dark in a grayscale before creating a color system that best suits their painting at hand. We will explore patterns of light and dark using ink before developing the composition further with different degrees of color abstractions.

  • Session 2 : June 24 - June 28 4:00PM - 7:00 pm

    In this session of Young Artists Studio, we will explore the history of a local treasure, Newcomb Pottery, as well as the distinctive decorative style that makes Newcomb College Pottery so unique and special to Louisiana. Students will learn to make their own functional items such as cups, bowls and vases on the pottery wheel and will hand build platters using a slab roller.

    Newcomb Pottery, also called Newcomb College Pottery, was a brand of American Arts & Crafts pottery produced from 1895 to 1940. The company grew out of the pottery program at H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, the women's college now associated with Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.