We are now on our final week of Camp at Art Adventures! Check out what fun we’ve been up to so far!
A few weeks ago Claire’s Creative Adventures took part in the groundbreaking ceremony carnival for the Hunter’s Point Library in Long Island City. In celebration of this occasion we made pop-up cards and accordion books! This bookmaking style has rich global history with origins all throughout Asia. Check out all the great cards and books made by the children! Even parents joined in!
Explore vast materials, trips to the Met, Contemporary and Modern Artists and Multiculturalism in Art Adventures Summer Camp this JUNE! REGISTER NOW.
Kids will enjoy daily easel painting, group murals, free-choice art stations, storytelling + inspiring art processes to tantalize and engage every age and skill level! Even lunch is art! 9:30-12:30 session only: Children bring their own for a Picnic Style lunch (nut-free) to practice group etiquette + the sharing of individual ideas, art-related concepts, visuals and topics of the day. Class size is limited to 10 children – So don’t wait!
What don’t we use? Diverse materials are our forte! Clay, wood, metal, fabric, found objects, paint, video, stop film animation and more! Everything to inspire your child’s imagination and creativity. Courtyards are used for sketching and outdoor art!
3 weeks of fun at All Souls Church, the outdoor courtyards and local museums! Sign up for one or more weeks: 5% discount for All Souls School students, siblings or multiple week registration!
June 8-12/ June 15-19/ June 22-26
Age groups: late 3-6’s/ 7-11’s
Monday – Friday
Mornings 9:30am – 12:30 pm (Children bring a packed, nut-free lunch.)
Afternoons 1-3 pm
Sprinkled with contemporary artists + inspirational projects, these 3 weeks are gonna fly!
Each summer there are new artists and museum exhibitions to explore… so join our Facebook Page to know what’s coming up for our summer programs! Summer is for longer art-making, larger-scale projects and diverse classes each week …Culminating in a wrap-up Friday museum tour to see the artists discussed throughout the week, right here in the Big Apple.
For our last day we took our art adventures outside! Take a look at our landscape paintings and completed Hot Air Balloons painted at Central Park and All Souls’ HERE!
It has been such a wonderful art filled year! Great job to everyone! Have a very relaxing and creative summer! See you in the Fall!
We took an art adventure to the Dominique Levy Gallery this past week! Students learned all about the work of artist Alexander Calder and created their version of his stabiles. Even parents joined us in learning all about the stabiles, mobiles and balance! Check it out!
A very special thank you to all at Dominique Levy Gallery for the warm welcome and giving our Art Adventurers this great opportunity to learn and create at the gallery!
As we move to our last classes held in Central Park @ 79th Street on Tuesday & Wednesday afternoons, we’ll paint and decorate these wonder-full pieces to become children’s dream carriers throughout the summer… Stop by and come say Hello!
Art Adventurers had a ball making these organic and colorful forms based on Glass Artist Dale Chihuly’s works!
To see more of Chihuly’s amazing pieces…visit: www.chihuly.com
Thank you again to our visiting artist, Jaye Collins for showing our Art Adventures Studio all about this style and drawing techniques!
Last Week Art Adventurers celebrated Earth Day through Glass Painting! As inspired by Tiffany Stained Glass, students painted flowers on plexiglas using very special opaque and translucent paint. It created a beautiful stained glass effect. Check it Out!