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!
We are so excited for our first week of June Summer Camp here at Claire’s Creative Adventures. It’s all about Material exploration this week with traditional and non-traditional art, a little history in Art and sharing our love for the city we call home.
Multi-media Drawing appropriated for ALL AGES
Stay tuned for the unique work created by our Art Adventurers!
And JOIN US for our next Weekly Camps! Ages 3.5-11’s
We’re designing and flying Kites in Central Park for our final week of the Spring Semester at Art Adventures. Adventurers create stained glass style kites with magical creatures as inspired by the work of Marc Chagall! While our Studio class takes inspiration from nature painting mini landscapes of their surroundings on their kites. Excited to see ART soar through the sky this week and even more thrilled for another successful Art Adventure this year! Thank you for another great year and see you for Summer Campthis June and for our Fall Semester!
We were lucky enough to watch this incredibly detailed process on and Art Adventures summer camp tour, by happy accident. I’ve attached a link to the process if you are not familiar with his work, his instructions or his new Wall Drawing #370 at the Met!
We were there on days 10-14, when they were “inking” in the black. The crew walked us through the process, showed us their materials, the written instructions (this was cool) and were fabulous with the kids and their questions! (and ours:)