MEADOWBROOK ART CAMP

Week of June 20th - June 24th

Mon. June 20th......................................................... Trophy Kids

Students will bend and twist wire to form a trophy of themselves. Using papier mache, wire, string, fabrics and just about whatever they can get their hands on, students will create a trophy of themselves doing whatever it is they wish to be known as or someday recognized for.

Tues. June 21st...................................................Batik Pillows

Batik is both an art and a craft. It is the act of adding dye to fabric while also using wax to resist that dye in certain areas. This technique done over and over again creates elaborate and colorful designs that will then be turned into pillows.

Wed. June 22nd................................................ Gone Fishing

What’s the best part of going fishing? Catching fish of course! And what it is the best way to guarantee that you will absolutely be bringing a fish home? By making your own three-dimensional fish that are so bright and colorful they would be the envy of the ocean. Get hooked today!

Thurs. June 23rd ............................................... Backyard Art

As you look in your backyard, you see trees, and flowers, grass and the sky. Well, in this project we are going to take the ordinary and turn it into the extraordinary. You will never look at your backyard the same. I promise!

Fri. June 24th ............................................................Shine On

Today we will paint, draw, cut, and collage our way into an artwork that is bound to put a smile on anyone's face. Learning layering techniques on canvas, students will create an artwork that help to build up their skills and also inspire them to be your best!

Dear Meadowbrook Parents,

It’s time again for the annual Summer Art Camp. I am very excited about this year’s projects and I know your children will be as well. Each project is



designed so that any child, no matter what their age, can make the projects. The difficulty and detail of the project is based on the child’s ability. It can be advanced or as simple as the students chooses without taking anything away from the final masterpiece.



One purpose of the camp is to give the children artistic opportunities that we would not be able to accomplish during the school year’s art classes. The second purpose is because it is fun to work with a variety of children in different age groups. Finally the third purpose is just to have a lot of fun and let your imagination roar!



Keep in mind that we will be continuing out ugly t-shirt contest so please wear the ugliest clothes in your closet.



Looking forward to seeing you, Mrs. Katona

DATES: Monday JUNE 20TH- Friday 24TH

TIMES: 9:00am- 12:00pm

FEE: $165.00 OR $37.00 PER DAY

(includes all materials and a mid-session snack)


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