How can I stay creative & make art this summer… indoors, outdoors… by the pool… where-ever?!

Stay creatively engaged & inspired ANYTIME, ANYWHERE with ANYONE

ALL SUMMER long at DanceART Camp!

ages: late 3 – 9

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EVERY camper RECEIVES:

+an exciting ART KIT related to our fun travel-filled stories
 
+access code to DanceART Camp’s GOOGLE CLASSROOM
 
+Hours & hours of DIY dance, theater AND ART activities available online 24/7 for you this summer
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:

“How to Draw” videos
Simple French learning @ lunch
Exercise classes
Dance routines
..and so much more!

DRAWING Camp resumes this Monday!

Professional tools, materials, techniques and new skills awaits…

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UPCOMING THEMES:

  • Architecture! (learning the in’s and out’s of 1-point and 2-point perspective plus more!) 
  • Portraits! (building a face in simple steps)

 

Hot Day? Stay cool 😎 with this DIY snow dough recipe + a fun STEM snow making

Thanks Itty Bitty Family Blog for the tips!

FOR MORE hours of fun STEM activities this summer,

TRY this SNOW-MAKING KIT

EXTRA EXTRA! Join us in our final weeks of SUMMER ART CAMPS!

ONE WEEK LEFT for DanceART CAMP!! (Ages: late 3-9)

Spring 🌸 2020 Finale + UPCOMING SUMMER ☀️ ART CAMP online

For our final Spring Studio Art Adventures Online, we returned to artist, Jonathan Lev’s studio!

Sharing his latest LIFE-SIZE charcoal drawings, he gave us more art technique secrets when drawing a 3D object onto a 2D surface.  We worked through many art challenges to understand how to capture perspective, locate our light source and show depth using our value scale. WATCH HERE on our youtube channel!


Thank you again, Jonathan!  Check out more of his inspiring work HERE!

WANT to LEARN MORE DRAWING TECHNIQUES?

JOIN US THIS SUMMER ☀️  WITH JONATHAN IN OUR:

Tweens & Teens SUMMER Drawing ✍️  Programs CLICK FOR MORE

That’s a wrap Spring 🌸 2020! Coming Soon: SUMMER ☀️ 2020 ART ADVENTURES Online CAMP

We did it! Congrats to all our Art Adventurers and parents for taking this very different creative adventure with us this spring. See our 2019-2020 art year in action: HERE 

Art 🎨  is strength and healing. Keep making art and staying creative this summer! ❤️ 

See you for our very special online editions of SUMMER ART CAMP! 5 WEEKS STARTING JUNE 15th!

DANCE-ART CAMP in collaboration with Central Studio Academy to bring storytelling through DANCE, MUSIC, LANGUAGE AND ART in our weekly camp sessions

 

TWEENS & TEENS DRAWING PROGRAMS with guest artist, Jonathan Lev! A bi-weekly upper level drawing curriculum age appropriated: 

Pre-Masters Drawing: Ages 9-12

Masters Drawing: Ages 13-15

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ART ADVENTURES IS ON YOUTUBE!

Art Adventures Live Online is taking it up a notch…with our new & improved youtube channel & tutorials.

Show some virtual ❤️! Click and subscribe.

ALSO COMING SOON….. ☀️ JUNE-JULY ART ADVENTURES for 3-8’S, TWEENS & TEENS! INQUIRE FOR MORE

❤️💜  Stay Healthy & Creative,

🎨 Claire’s Creative Adventures

Let’s Smash the Coronavirus …with ART! DIY Coronavirus Piñata

If you’ve already seen this NYTIMES ARTICLE , you’re probably wondering, how can we do this at home?!

Here are the steps & materials you will need to feel the satisfaction, power and outdoor fun!

EASY DIY STEPS TO MAKE A Piñata IN THE SHAPE OF A Corona virus

 

MATERIALS:

balloon, news paper (cut into strips), equal parts flour + water,  toilet paper tubes, tissue paper (optional), paint, scissors, glue (hot glue gun works great!) heavy string or fishing line (to hang)

coronavirus pinata example taken from the NY Times article

STEPS:

1- Blow up a balloon

2- Cut newspaper into strips (both long and short)

3- Mix equal parts (1:1) water : flour in a bucket (this will be your papier-mâché mix)

4- Dunk newspaper strips in papier-mâché mix one at a time & spread over balloon.

5-Cover your whole balloon until you no longer see your balloon.

6- Let dry

7- Glue (hot glue works best) toilet paper rolls around your papier-mâché balloon (these will be the red spike proteins that stick out of the coronavirus!)

8- Paint your papier-mâché coronavirus !

9-  Take a pin/needle & poke through the papier-mâché to POP your balloon

10- Grownups, Cut a small hole in your papier-mâché to fill your coronavirus with some treats! Then re-cover your hole with tape + paint

11- Tape string or fishing line  for hanging

Voila! You now have yourself a Corona virus Piñata!

Happy Quarantine Art Making!

Stay Safe, Healthy & Creative! ❤️