“Camp Gritty” Youth Art Camp

$200.00

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Description

NEW CAMP ADDED!

Monday-Friday, Aug 20-24, 9am–12pm
Ages 8-11

Instructor: Sherri Gamble

A week long sculptural journey in all things gritty!

In search of texture, explorers will meet at a local park to scavenge treasures from nature. We’ll then transform into an art lab, where experimenters will learn how to make molds of objects and cast them in plaster and wax. The voyage will end with an art show and celebration in the main classroom. Come prepared to experiment and get your hands dirty!

 

Early Registration EXTENDED through May 31:
Camp fee per week: $157.50/members, $175/nonmembers

Registration after May 31:
Camp fee per week: $180/members, $200/nonmembers

Additional information

Choose Week

July 9-13, August 13-17

Additional Information

No prerequisites. Class designed for all experience levels.
Location: ArtEast Art Center

Stay All Day! Register for both morning and afternoon summer camps and stay from 9am to 4pm each day. Remember to bring a sack lunch.

Optional Lunch Bunch available from 12-1pm. Cost is $30 for the week. (If enrolling in both AM & PM camps, then Lunch Bunch fee is waived). MEALS NOT PROVIDED.

artEAST is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose vision is to be a catalyst for a vibrant and enduring visual arts community. Thanks to generous donations by the Robert B. McMillen Foundation, the City of Issaquah and people like you, artEAST is a proud supporter of art in our schools through the Issaquah School art docent programs as well as presenting multiple free community events throughout the year, including Artist Events, Parkadilly, Salmon Days, Highlands Day and more.

Supply List

All materials included.

Each student needs to wear studio appropriate clothing. Please bring a nut-free snack and labeled water bottle to each class.

About the Instructor

Sherri Gamble is a Seattle-based artist who channels her love of the physicality of artmaking. Texture is the under-current, as each form and surface creates a story of its own. In the studio, she is often found working with plaster and other gritty materials. A decorative plaster artisan by trade, she has performed over 350 artisan finishes across the United States for design projects both in the public and private spheres.

www.earthhousestudio.com

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