Art Center Sarasota Announces Virtual Summer Art Camp

Coconut Telegraph

SRQ DAILY FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY JUN 12, 2020

Each week campers will be lead by the teacher in projects related to the theme of the week using various mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture and collage. Campers will learn and practice basic art skills such as color mixing, painting with paintbrushes and drawing with pencil, marker, pastel and more.

Creative Kids Camp is for younger campers (ages 6-9) of all skill levels and accomplishments. Our teachers are great at creatively adapting projects and working with variety of skill levels and dexterity.

Emerging Artists is a program for older campers (ages 10-13) to experiment with more complex art subjects and materials and create projects of their own design under the guidance of our skilled art teachers.

Contemporary Studies (ages 14-18) is a new camp group we have started with our teen teacher assistants in mind, who won’t be able to volunteer this summer, but are interested in art. It is also open to any other interested teens who would like to further their knowledge of art techniques and materials. These camp weeks will be led by teachers Jane Harris and Amy Karki. Participants will have the opportunity for in depth exploration of things such as Advanced Acrylic Painting Techniques, Pen & Ink, Paint Pouring and Photography. There will also be discussion of topics such as portfolio development and careers in art.

June 15 to August 7, 2020. Monday-Friday, 10am to 3pm. Registration now open. Art Center Members $75/week. Non-members $100/week.

Art Center Sarasota, 707 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. 941-365-2032.

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