Date(s) - 06/12/2017 - 06/16/2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Week 3 | June 12-16 | Andy Goldsworthy
British sculptor and photographer Andy Goldsworthy focuses the changing landscape around us through natural installations. He often uses materials such as rocks, leaves and branches to create sculptures that are later exhibited through photographic prints. Whole Foods Market will provide free healthy snacks for all summer camps.
Grades K-1 | Unplugged | Aimee Ballenger
Get unplugged! During this week, campers will be inspired by the beauty of the great outdoors. Students will use soil, moss, paint and paper to create works of art, including a living sculpture.
Grades K-1 | Environmentally Savvy | Kelly Smith
All things natural will be used to create fun in this camp! Campers will blend natural materials, like sticks and leaves, with bright art supplies, like fabric and paint, to expand their imaginations and build self-confidence!
Grades 2-4 | The Nature of Art | Taylor Knight
During this week, campers will create both 2-D and 3-D works while exploring the use of objects found in nature. They’ll focus on finding and utilizing materials like twigs, flowers and rocks to create beautiful works of art.
Grades 2-4 | Creative Poem Writing | Gwendolyn Hooks
Buzzing insects, football play-by-play, superheroes and yummy food can all find their way into one poem written by two voices. In this camp, campers will read poems, write their own works, collaborate with others to create two-voice poems and start their own poetry books.
Grades 5-6 | It’s Showtime! Performance Art | Tayler Daniels
The show must go on! This fun and active camp will teach young thespians the basics of working together to create and execute a skit. They’ll exercise their vocal and performance skills all while having a blast! On Friday, campers will act out their short play for family and friends at the Camp Contemporary Showcase.
Teen: Grades 7-9 | Eco-Friendly Sculptures | Jenny Elton
During this class, teens will explore ways in which their art can affect the natural world. Techniques in sculpture as well as information about local animal diversity will be explored as they work towards building ecological art. At week’s end, students will have an ecological sculpture that can be placed outside their own home to encourage the life of the diverse local bird populations of Oklahoma City.