Amazing Faces and Places
Oh, the places we'll go! Art explorers travel to some pretty weird places while creating some wicked cool art forms dating back to when art began. Discover weird gargoyle faces and visit the amazing castles of Scotland. Experience cave painting and fossil making. Make worry dolls and totem poles. Learn about Oaxacan alebrijes while designing T-shirts. Sculpt and paint colorful Mexican pots, make bark paintings and create Haitian sequined banners. This is our most creative and original art-venture week!
Jungle Journey Art-ventures in the Rainforest
Art explorers take their inner artists for a walk in the rainforest and discover a variety of endangered creatures who live there. Lizards and poison dart frogs, bugs and butterflies, tigers and monkeys and more. Learn about the layers of the rainforest while experimenting with a variety of art forms. Experience fabric design while tie dyeing bandannas and making rainbow T-shirts. Sculpt animals out of clay, make 3-D paper reptiles, and create rainforest flowers. Decorate beach balls, draw tigers with oil pastels, and paint ceramic flower pots that look like boots. Discover stained glass and scratch art too. Animal lovers and art explorers, take a walk on the wild side. Visit the jungle, go on safari and even travel back in time to the Dinosaurs. Discover where your creativity will take you while creating 2 and 3-dimensional butterflies, birds, snakes, frogs and lizards, lions and countless other kooky creatures! Paint 3-D wooden dinosaur puzzles, build giraffe pencil holders, and create super cool boxes disguised as elephants. Plus, design your very own animal t-shirt using a totally unique “hands-on” technique, and so much more! Campers use an amazing variety of art materials, textures and techniques while experimenting with clay and paints, ceramic and fabric art, wood, oil pastels, stenciling, collage, watercolor, decoupage and more. These cool and playful art-ventures include fun facts about the animals, storytelling, and always humor.
Guidelines in place for this program to mitigate the spread of COVID-19:
Guidelines are currently expected to be similar to those below,
subject to refinement as more information becomes available. Following
these guidelines will be a cooperative effort between Mad
Science/ART-ventures and the hosting facility;
Students will be spread out around the room and seated at their own table, instructors will maintain distance as much as possible.
Maximum number of kids may be limited, and social distance will
be maintained when at all possible.
The instructor will wear a face covering at all times.
Pickup and drop off will be no-contact and distanced from instructors
and other kids.
Health and/or temperature checks will likely be required of children
Parents will be urged to keep children exhibiting any respiratory
symptoms or fever at home.
Sharing of equipment will be minimized and materials will be sanitized
to the extent possible and practical.
Work areas will be sanitized before and after sessions.
Bathroom visits will require sanitizing after each use and either need to be done by the facility, or they will need to provide the sanitizing products for our instructors to use.