June 19 - 23
artists through the eyes of children's books
Study the artists Jean-Michel Basquiat, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Chuck Close, and Yayoi Kusama through the eye of children's books . Create work inspired by these artists.
July 10 -14
animal, vegetable or mineral?
Study animals, vegetables and minerals in art while creating work inspired by these subjects. Participate in a scavenger hunt for these items at the MIA during both of our visits.
July 24-28 (this camp has been created specifically for 9-12 year olds)
drawing and painting
Fine tune your drawing skills and painting technique while studying artists,
Milton Avery, Chuck Close, Helen Frakenthaler, Lee Krasner and Kara Walker
August 7 - 11
Explore Pablo Picasso's wide range of style within his work. We'll learn the simplicity of line drawings, the complexities of cubism, create guitar sculptures and more.
August 21 - 25
the museum of me
Based on the children's book written by Emma Lewis, students will come to learn what specific images, places and experiences they identify with while creating a symbolic museum of their own.
Camps are Monday through Friday, 8:30 - 1
children ages 4 - 12 years
with the exception of the July 24 - 28 camp, keep in mind that the majority of these camps have
age ranges of 4-8 years
we visit the Minneapolis Institute of Arts with sketchbooks (provided) on two different days during each session
outdoor play and picnic lunches at the MCAD sculpture garden or on the Mia grounds
Please pack a mid morning snack and a sack lunch
each camp session 250./week
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