July Young Masters Art Camp (Grades 4-8)

Details
Room
Lower Carnegie Studio
Presented by
Begins
Ends
Time
Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Grade Range
4th grade - 8th grade
Member tuition
$125.00
Non-member tuition

$145.00 (become a member)

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Supplies provided
No
Art Area
Visual Arts
Medium
Mixed Media
Description

The goal for this first annual summer art experience is to make a difference in young artists' lives by introducing them to the fine arts fundamental principles of visual art.  This will be fostered through developing core skills in various media.  In addition, our hope is to enlighten students on a variety of periods throughout art history by depicting draftsman, painters, sculptors and designers who significantly influence the way we look at art.

The curriculum was created to support individuality in student’s artistic expression.  Students will explore and gain knowledge in various media, techniques and processes and at the same time, enhance their visual communication skills.

Here's what we have planned for our week-long, fun-filled July camp:

Monday

Cross-Contour Drawing Composition  Inspired by Renaissance Master, Raphael, studnets will learn to depict an object in a cross-contour manner while emphasizing observational skills and developing individual expression. 
 

Tuesday

Fractured Still-Life Painting  Students will depict a realistic still-life and fracture it in an imaginative, creative way. They will learn to work with a limited color pallet and perfect the craftsmanship of markers. Students will be introduced to Cubism and Spanish Master, Pablo Picasso.

Wednesday

Landscape  This class will introduce, Pointillism,  a method of painting around color contrasts in which shade and tone are build up through dots of paint. Inspired by George Seurat, French Master and creator of Pointillism, students will create a watercolor painting using both brush and Q-tips.

Thursday

Quilt Design  Students will be introduced an inspirational portfolio of an American Artist Catherine Kleeman while learning about the biomorphic and geometric shapes as a design element.  Students will design a one-of-a-kind quilt using markers and sharpies in a limited pallet.

Friday

Floral Design  Students will explore the use of line and shading in design and experiment with hatching, crosshatching, and stippling in developing a value in form. They will be introduced to artwork by  American Artist, Claudia Nice.

 

Note: Weather-permitting, this camp may take walking field trips. Please send your child with appropriate shoes and outwear. A healthy snack will be provided daily.

Instructor(s)

Svetlana Ottney

Instructor
CTAC Petoskey
Cancellation & Class Policies

Cancellation Policy for Classes and One-Day Workshops in Petoskey

Student Withdrawal
Requests for cancellation by the student at least seven (7) days prior to the first day of class will be honored (minus a $20 processing fee).  NO REFUNDS will be given for a student cancellation made less than seven (7) days in advance of the first day of the class.

Weather-Related
When Public Schools of Petoskey are closed due to inclement weather, CTAC-Petoskey classes are cancelled. We will do our best to provide a make-up opportunity for the missed class. Refunds will not be given if the student is unable to attend the rescheduled session of class. Workshops and one-time classes will be handled on a per-class basis. School of Ballet students are asked to make up the missed class in an alternate session approved by their instructor.

Minimum Enrollment
Crooked Tree Arts Center reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet its minimum student enrollment prior to the first class session. If a class is cancelled by CTAC for lack of enrollment, CTAC will offer a full refund to the student in the manner in which tuition was paid.  (Cash payments will be refunded by check.)