DATES: August 17 – 21, 2015
Ages: 6 – 8 / 1pm – 4pm
The world isn’t flat – but your canvas is! We’re setting off on a worldwide journey to reach the most inspiring corners of the globe. Join us as we explore different artistic styles and techniques from diverse cultures each day. We’ll be experimenting with Indonesian textile batiking, creating colorful Kenyan collars, mastering the ancient art of aboriginal dot painting, and more. We get our hands dirty with all sorts of mediums such as oil pastels, watercolors, paint, and glue! Fasten your seat belts and get ready for an art-rageous adventure!
ELIZABETH FEROZE is from Dallas, TX. She studied painting and printmaking at Tulane University, and interned the past two summers at the Anderson Ranch Children’s Program. She is currently the Art Coordinator at the Boys and Girls Club in Sonoma, CA.
Tuition: $275 / Studio Fee: $15 / Registration Fee: $25