Artist Explorers: Art From Around The World
June 1-5, 2020
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Come discover the wonderful arts and cultures in our “Artist Explorers” summer camp! Artists will “travel” across the globe using their “Art Passports” and learn about several different countries. We will explore multicultural artwork in a variety of media inspired by the places and cultures we visit. Using the universal language of art, artists will gain an awareness of multicultural art and the intersections of diverse communities
Artists will gain foundational skills in a variety of methods and art materials ranging from drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. We will explore how different artists around the world use the elements of art and the principles of design. On the final day of camp, artists will celebrate and display all of their work in an art exhibit. All projects will be taken home on the last day.
Camp is open to ages 5 to 10 and each project will be adapted to be age appropriate. Lunch and snacks will be provided daily.
Creating a personal passport to stamp for each country visited
Australian aboriginal dot paintings
Plein air (outside) paintings inspired by French artist, Claude Monet
Endangered animal portraits from Brazil’s Amazon rainforests
Printmaking of Mexico inspired by Jose Guadalupe Posada
Japanese origami and Shibori tie dyeing fabric techniques
Tibetan Sand Mandalas and more!
The instructor, Jennie Tudor Gray ‘93, is an alumni and current faculty member at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School, and has been teaching a wide variety of visual media to learners of all ages for over 15 years.
Contact Camp Director, Jennie Gray with questions: email@example.com