Wednesday, May 28, 2014

@THEARC | Corcoran Camp Creativity Registration

Dear Families,

Registration for Camp Creativity this summer at THEARC is still open.
Camp Creativity includes a variety of age-appropriate thematic classes that range from traditional artistic fields to contemporary interdisciplinary areas of focus.

Camp Creativity takes place at the Corcoran ArtReach classroom at THEARC 1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, Washington DC 20020, that offers convenient access by car with spacious parking lot and Metro (Southern Avenue stop on Green line).

Please Note:
·  Students must be DC residents of wards 7 or 8
·  Within each weeklong segment of Camp Creativity, campers in Studios A (ages 5-7) and B (ages 8-10) may enroll in the morning session (9am-11am), the afternoon session (1pm-3pm), or the full-day program (9am-3pm).
·  Full-day campers have a supervised lunch period.
·  No pre or post camp care available.
·  You must apply for the scholarship to take part in the program by filling out and sending us your application (Application Link).

STUDIO A (AGES 5–7)

WEEK 1 JUNE 23–27
Around the World : Morning (9am - 12pm)
All around the world people make art. They decorate their world and add beauty to their lives. Create objects inspired from cultures around the world, and learn their meaning and importance along the way.

Modern Masters : Afternoon (1pm - 3pm)
Study the works of artist such as Monet, Matisse, Picasso and Kadinsky. Learn about the early modern art movements and how abstraction was born, then try painting in an abstract style yourself.

WEEK 2 JUNE 30–JULY 4 (4 DAY WEEK, NO CLASS ON JULY 4)
Plethora of Portraits : Morning (9am - 12pm)
The human face has fascinated artists throughout time. Learn the basic components of portraiture with a variety of drawing materials. Become an expert on measuring proportions and shadow. Build up to creating your own self portrait.


Animal Menagerie : Afternoon (1pm - 3pm)
Learn how to create many different kinds of animals with a variety of two-and three- dimensional media. Your favorite animals will come alive through creative expression.




STUDIO B (AGES 8–10)

WEEK 3 JULY 7–11

Plethora of Portraits (9am - 12pm)
The human face has fascinated artists throughout time. Learn the basic components of portraiture with a variety of drawing materials. Become an expert on measuring proportions and shadow. Build up to creating your own self portrait.


Modern Masters (1pm - 3pm)
Study the works of artist such as Monet, Matisse, Picasso and Kadinsky. Learn about the early modern art movements and how abstraction was born, then try painting in an abstract style yourself.


WEEK 4 JULY 1418

Story Illustration (9am - 12pm)
Create picture books, thumbnail sketches and full-size drawings from a short story, a fairy tale or an original written piece. Study popular illustrators and follow in their imaginative footsteps.

Animal Menagerie (1pm - 3 pm)
Learn how to create many different kinds of animals with a variety of two-and three- dimensional media. Your favorite animals will come alive through creative expression.

Direct link for application: http://legacy.corcoran.edu/sites/default/files/2014%20CCC%20Scholarship%20Form.pdf

For more information visit www.Corcoran.org/Family or call the Camp Hotline (202) 639-1703.
Hope to see you this summer!

Armando Lopez
Coordinator of Community Partnerships / ArtReach
Corcoran ArtReach at Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC)
1901 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC 20020

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