Inspired by William Kentridge (click link for more on the artist) and his charcoal stop-motion animations during our week 1 of June Art Camp…we created our own! Working in teams, our 8-9 year old campers created Charcoal Drawing animations while our 5-6 year old campers created Dry Erase Marker Drawing animations. These teams created new friendships through their daunting collaborations!
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Story-telling, Drawing, Patience & Teamwork were all important skills that flourished in this great collaborative project!
The Holidays and 2017 flew by with so much art at CCA! We have a lot to be thankful for… Wishing everyone a great start to 2018 and may it be filled with exciting new Creative ADVENTURES! CLICK HERE for 2018 SPRING NEW classes & tours!
Art and China after 1989:Theater of the World Exhibit @ the Guggenheim
Studio Adventures Pastel Drawing from our Tour at the Guggenheim
Check out more of our DEC. 2017 Adventures with our Studio class at the Guggenheim!HERE
Taking from the greats such as Renaissance painter, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, contemporary artist Philip Haas created 3D fiberglass sculpture versions of his works, The Four Seasons. These will surely inspire all ages in Art Adventures for our current 3D food art project! Just in time for Thanksgiving, who is hungry for art?! Check out the fantastic sculptures by our Art Adventurers HERE
We have taken much inspiration from artists of both past and present recently! Using multiple paper materials, model magic and even recycled products, our adventurers created face sculptures as inspired by french contemporary artist, Junior Fritz Jacquet (check out his work HERE) and silly “Pop Art” masks as inspired by Roy Lichtenstein!