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Spring Art Camps

Spring Art Camps

SPRING ART CAMPS

MARCH 21-25, 2022
Ages 4-12 | 9 AM – 3:30 PM
Aftercare is available until 6 PM

Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition. The Bass is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of all participants by restricting classroom occupancy and following all CDC safety protocols.

REGISTRATION FEES
$60 per day
Museum members (Family/Dual or above): $45 per day
Daily aftercare until 6pm: $10

PACKAGE REGISTRATION FEES
5 Day Package: $300
Museum members (family/dual or above): $225

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Upcoming Events

Monday, March 21
Spring Art Camp - March 21

Aftercare is available until 6 PM
Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition. The Bass is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of all participants by restricting classroom occupancy and following all CDC safety protocols.

REGISTRATION FEES
$60 per day
Museum members (Family/Dual or above): $45 per day
Daily aftercare until 6pm: $10

Learn More
Tuesday, March 22
Spring Art Camp - March 22

Aftercare is available until 6 PM
Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition. The Bass is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of all participants by restricting classroom occupancy and following all CDC safety protocols.

REGISTRATION FEES
$60 per day
Museum members (Family/Dual or above): $45 per day
Daily aftercare until 6pm: $10

Learn More
Wednesday, March 23
Spring Art Camp - March 23

Aftercare is available until 6 PM
Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition. The Bass is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of all participants by restricting classroom occupancy and following all CDC safety protocols.

REGISTRATION FEES
$60 per day
Museum members (Family/Dual or above): $45 per day
Daily aftercare until 6pm: $10

Learn More
Thursday, March 24
Spring Art Camp - March 24

Aftercare is available until 6 PM
Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition. The Bass is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of all participants by restricting classroom occupancy and following all CDC safety protocols.

REGISTRATION FEES
$60 per day
Museum members (Family/Dual or above): $45 per day
Daily aftercare until 6pm: $10

Learn More
Friday, March 25
Spring Art Camp - March 25

Aftercare is available until 6 PM
Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition. The Bass is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of all participants by restricting classroom occupancy and following all CDC safety protocols.

REGISTRATION FEES
$60 per day
Museum members (Family/Dual or above): $45 per day
Daily aftercare until 6pm: $10

Learn More
Monday, March 21
Spring Wreaths With Patterns

Children will learn to print with leaves and other elements found in nature on paper, and they will learn about textures and patterns while using different colors to create a wreath with a meaningful message. The artist they are going to explore is Miranda Lloyd who uses nature as an inspiration for her artwork.

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Tuesday, March 22
Upcycled Bookmaking

Children will learn about bookmaking and bookbinding. Using pages from the prior printmaking project, or creating new pages with images and symbols, children will create a story to make their own book with recycled and scrap pieces of paper.

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Wednesday, March 23
Mixed Media

Drawing, painting and collage will be some of the different art techniques children will use to create a masterpiece about memory of travels, using a variety of art materials and inspired by the artist Muffy Clark Gill.

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Thursday, March 24
All About Me

Using found objects and fabrics, children will create a small-scale sculpture that represents who they are. Children will visit the museum to learn about the Mexican artist Abraham Cruz Villegas and his artistic process.

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Friday, March 25
Puppets

Using empty water bottles, feathers, paper and other art materials children will create a puppet with a story to tell! The puppets will be inspired by the imaginative and abstract artist Paul Klee.

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Monday, March 21
Portraiture Picasso Style

Using their imagination as a source of inspiration, children will create a self-portrait using collage while they learn about perspective. Along with the well-known artist, Pablo Picasso, children will also learn about contemporary artist such as Mickalene Thomas to serve as inspiration for their project.

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Tuesday, March 22
Bookmaking, Illustration and Comics

Children will learn about bookmaking, storytelling and illustration techniques such as pencil drawing, ink and watercolor through the study of contemporary writer and illustrator of children’s books, Jon J. Muth, during this session.

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Wednesday, March 23
Bird Feeders

Transforming any container like milk cartons, coffee cans, paper cup or water bottles, children will make a birdfeeder and they will learn about the importance of birds in the ecosystem, especially during the spring, when natural seed sources are in short supply for birds. They will participate in a celebration in which birdfeeders will be placed into Collins Park’s trees or into their own garden at home.

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Friday, March 25
Paper Art

Exploration of the world of paper, like pop-up sculptures and origami will be presented in this camp session. Children will create their own gigantic sculptures, with the same idea of working with only paper. The origami sculptural pieces of children will be displayed in the Creativity Center, as part of an ongoing student exhibition. Artist Sipho Mabona will be the inspiration for this art project, who believes there are no limits to what can be made with a single sheet of paper.

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