This course if full and closed for registration.
Pee Wee • Ages 6 & 7
Students will explore and investigate the camp grounds throughout the week collecting clues and documenting their findings to discover the missing clue! The students will examine details in nature with their investigative lens, learn about the wildlife found at camp, and participate in many science and art projects.Read More
This class is full and closed for registration.
Pee Wee • Ages 6 & 7
This class is an introduction to the Sun Foundation. Children will develop an appreciation for nature’s beauty and an understanding of their connection with the environment. Students will complete many fun art projects and conduct a few science experiments as well.Read More
This course is full and closed for registration.
Come and see why clay has been an honored art form for thousands of years! Students will have time for both group projects as well as free expression time. We will use special clay that will allow you to take your masterpieces home the same day you create them! Bring a box to transport your treasures!Read More
Students will learn about our state insect, the monarch butterfly and its importance as a valuable pollinator in the ecosystem. They will identify the life cycle stages, make seed balls for starting mini butterfly gardens at home and make a butterfly and larva to take home.Read More
Students will explore the history of street art as a global phenomenon. By looking at the styles and mediums used in the U.S., Brazil, and Europe students will learn how this art movement dwells in both streets and museums. Participants will also experience team work, cooperation, balance and expression. Activities will include creating a character/name that represents you in your fullness and create it on stickers, walls, and other found objects with markers and bucket paint. Students should feel passionate about the subject matter and be willing to take creative and personal risks.Read More
Learn the ancient skills of starting fire with friction with this universal technique – the hand drill. In this class we will learn how to find excellent raw materials on the landscape for building the hand drill friction fire kit. After we create the kit, we will build our form and technique for consistent success as we deepen our personal relationship with fire.Read More
Rocketeers will build and launch a level 1 rocket (ALPHA type), and take it home if recovered. Rocketeers will gain experience that will be beneficial to those who wish to continue into Blastoff Major the following years.
Please note $10.00 fee is required for rocket kit at the time of registration.Read More
Students will learn the basic stitches to begin a project (called casting on), knitting, purling, and the technique to end a project (called casting off). Students will be able to take their needles and yarn home with them and a quick project to keep. Students will also get instructions to make simple fingerless gloves, a simple hat, and a simple scarf.Read More
Oba shares new and old stories—folktales, fables—including Anansi, Brer Rabbit, and Obalina Willamina the world’s most beautiful ballerina. All material will be adapted to fit the age group of the day’s participants. Class will include music, drums and ensemble activity.Read More
Spend an afternoon of drawing and painting in an open-air tent. This is a sampling of Doug’s major class or a refresher for previous students. The class starts with a fun & challenging still life, moves to self-direction, and grows to a free flow of art materials, subject & creativity. This might be just what you need for the momentum of your art making beyond the classroom setting!Read More