Saturday, February 13, 2021

2021 Summer ART Camps


(2021 exhibitions) WOMEN ARTISTS, June 14-18

These women artists are having noteworthy exhibits around the world this year.
An introduction to Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Barbara Kruger,Yayoi Kusama, 
Georgia O'Keeffe and Julie Mehretu
Create acrylic, collage, drawing and watercolor pieces inspired by these artists

view daily slideshows from this camp HERE

view an album of photographs HERE


Study impressionable illustrators, currently making their mark: Melissa Castrillon, 

Thao Lam, Kerascoet, Steve Jenkins and Suzy Lee 

Create collage, india ink, mixed media and painting works inspired by their work


COLLAGE CAMP, August 2 - 6

Noteworthy collage artists of the present and the past:
Lee Krasner, Laslo Antal, Hannah Hoch and Deborah E. Roberts + Robert Motherwell
Cut and paste your way into works of your own inspired by these artists.
Each creation will be matted for easy framing.

TWO more seats available

(my) CURRENT FAVORITES, August 23 - 27

Study works from these current, practicing artists
Jill Emery, Florence Hutchings, Mie Horlyck Mogensen
Ned Roche and Lisa Swerling

Create with clay (air dry), drawing and painting materials,
Make your own diorama

this camp has a WAITLIST

Please submit your requested dates via email. Once your requests are confirmed with a reply, deposits can be paid to reserve your seat(s).


The Create Everyday Classroom Summer ART Camps are Monday through Friday, 9am - 1pm, with an eight student capacity. Within each week, ages can range from 4  to 10+ years (depending on your child's comfort level working in the midst of younger students).  Because of small class sizes, variations on lessons are easily provided when taking into consideration age, interest, and skill.

Each camp is $295 per week.  A non refundable $150 deposit secures your child's seat with a balance of $145 due the Monday of summer camp week.  Seat reservations may be made via apple pay, venmo or zelle.

Students come prepared with their own mid morning snack, water bottle and lunch. We have daily picnics on the MCAD campus or in the Mia courtyard (weather permitting).

In years past, we have always visited the museum (Mia) with sketchbooks on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Each camp's curriculum has determined our study there.  If Mia's operating hours return to what they were pre-pandemic, we will follow this tradition.  

Regarding the pandemic and ever-changing state of affairs: If we are still under restricted orders this summer, the first four students to register will be given priority seats in each camp.  Mask wearing inside the building and classroom will be mandatory.

You can take a peek into Summer ART Camps at The Create Everyday Classroom by visiting + viewing these slideshows.

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