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H I C KO RY M U S E U M O F R T
June 14 - August 20, 2010
Drawing and Painting
Castles in the Sky
It’s time to get messy. We will be mixing, measuring, and making cool creations while experimenting with recipes for making art materials and projects. Make chalk, playdough, Rice Krispie sculptures and a handmade book for your recipes. Become your favorite character in this fairytale camp for little ones. Make a mask, put on a puppet show, create a costume, act it out! We’ll do all this and more based on classic fairytales.
Go Green, Create Green
Save the planet and use your imagination at the same time. We will use recycled materials to create instruments, books, masks, sculptures and other projects from objects typically thrown away.
Students will experiment with a variety of materials as they learn basic drawing and painting techniques. Emphasis on experimentation with mixed media, composition, self portraits, color mixing and color composition. Explore the creative possibilities of book arts. Learn how to make altered scrapbooks, journals, and paste papers. Change an old book into a funky and fun piece of art by cutting, adding paint, layering tissue, and a variety of unusual papers.
The Great Outdoors
Landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes, and even the Museum’s garden will serve as a backdrop for this painting and drawing class. Explore a variety of collage and painting techniques.
Campers begin the day deciphering clues to lead them on a search through the Museum for a specific piece of artwork. The art project for the day will be based on what the students uncover! Wacky folk art, unusual faces, 3-D art, clay and more!
Crazy for Carle
Young artists will be inspired each day by a different Eric Carle story. Make your own playdough like Walter the Baker, create textured collages using paint and tissue, go under the sea with Mr. Seahorse, and make a crazy cat from Have You Seen my Cat?
Discover the beauty in art and nature. Create seed mosaics, nature prints, sand paintings, and sand candles (7-9 years only). Discover beautiful patterns in butterflies and make them to resemble stained glass. A week full of nature themed crafts.
Spark your creative mind with singing, dancing, and making your own musical instruments. You will make rattles, drums, and maracas out of found and manmade materials.
Add a splash of color, a dab of texture, and a spark of imagination as you create mobiles, crazy jewelry, unusual frames, and other crafts you design. Bring pictures of your family to make a family collage.
In the Southern tradition, you will try your hand at the potter’s wheel to make a bowl or cup then add a face so it can be glazed and fired. Use simple painting techniques to paint on wood, and experiment with block printing on fabric and paper. Emphasis will be on Southern art.
Pick up your brush and paint masterpieces in the style of great artists. Paint flowers like Van Gogh, cubist faces like Picasso, collages like Matisse, and more. You will return to the past as you make a miniature mummy, a Pharaoh’s mask, and learn to write your name in hieroglyphics. Design and make a ceramic tomb from clay for all your treasures.
A week long class for making art from and for the garden. Handmade clay gnomes, birdhouses, mosaic flowers, and more!
Enjoy a fun filled week getting messy with all kinds of materials. Paint, mix up your own dough, make pasta sculptures, and go on scavenger hunts through the galleries.
Lights – Camera – Action!
Back by popular demand. Campers in this drama camp will make their own music video or short play. Create scenery, decide on props and make your own imaginative costumes. A rockin’ week!
Celebrations happen all over the world and will happen at HMA this summer! Make a reverse glass painting for “Dias De Los Muertos,” a plaster mask (of your own face) for Mardi Gras, papier mache maracas, and other interesting pieces of artwork.
Get to know a new artist and art term each day as we paint, draw and sculpt our way through the elements of art. Matisse’s collages, Monet’s waterlilies and more will be our inspiration.
A HMA favorite! Create magic wands, fairy/dragon wings, crowns and shields. Become a king or queen for the day and have your picture taken in the giant royal throne. Create a lovely frame for your picture as a memento of summer camp.
Clay, Wire, Paper
Surf, Sand and Sea
Don’t miss this deep sea adventure as we paint sea creatures, and tropical fish, make 3-D jelly fish and aquariums, create mermaids, sea turtles, whales and more! Explore a variety of art techniques.
Design your own clay piece to glaze and fire, construct wooden and found object sculptures, make trees from wire and 3-D paper art. Learn how to make a bowl out of paper and personalize it. Whether it crawls, swims or flies, we will use a variety of animals for inspiration. Paint, recycled objects, and dough will help us to create two and three dimensional animals.
Morning Session: 10 AM – 12 PM; Afternoon Session: 1 PM – 3 PM
WEEK / TIME
June 14 – 18 June 21 – 25 June 28 – July 2 July 5 – 9 July 12 – 16 July 19 – 23 July 26 – 30 August 2 – 6 August 9 – 13 August 16 – 20
AGES 4 – 6
AM Animal Antics
AGES 7 – 9
PM AM Castles in the Sky
PM Art Adventures
Clay, Wire, Paper
AM Surf, Sand and Sea
Drawing and Painting
PM Garden Art Garden Art
AM Music Box PM AM Fantasy World
Drawing and Painting Book Arts
AM Mini Masters
PM Surf, Sand and Sea
AM Art Adventures
AM Organic Art
PM Animal Antics
AM Crazy for Carle
Lights–Camera–Action Great Outdoors
PM Fantasy World
AM Go Green
Clay, Wire, Paper
CAMPS RUN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Morning Camp: 10 AM – 12 PM Afternoon Camp: 1 PM – 3 PM Members: $50 per week / per session Non-Members: $75 per week / per session
FOOD AND FUN supervised lunch and recreation is available from 12 – 1 PM for an additional $10 per week. Campers bring their own brown-bag lunch to enjoy as a group. Space is limited.
Teen Summer Follies
Hickory Museum of Art is happy to announce a roster of two and four day classes that will appeal to teenagers in middle and high school. Pre-registration is required. Unique Handmade Paper
Tuesday & Thursday, June 29 & July 1, 3:30 – 5:30 PM (Must Register by Friday, June 25) $30 Members; $45 Non-Members Transform everyday throw-away papers into handmade beauties suitable for collage and gift cards. Students will learn simple ways to create original papers with flower and fiber inclusions and then turn them into art.
Wired Rings and Things
Tuesday & Thursday, July 6 & 8, 3:30 – 5:30 PM (Must Register by Friday, 2) $30 Members; $45 Non-Members Jessie is a professional jewelry maker who displays her unique work in the HMA Galleria. She will help student jewelers learn techniques of wire wrapping to make beautiful, funky rings, bracelets and key chains. The jewelry will include beads and stones as well. Students may bring moms and aunts if they are interested.
A New World: Spray Can Art
Tuesday & Thursday, July 13 & 15, 3:30 – 5:30 PM Rain Dates July 20 & 22 (Must Register by Friday, July 9) $30 Members; $45 Non-Members Class limit of 6. (HMA will create a second class if necessary at a later date if enough students are interested.) Check out Jeramie’s website for images of his work and a demonstration video at www. jayspray.weebly.com. Then join Jeramie in HMA’s gardens to begin your own other worldly artwork. HMA will provide paint, protective masks, painting knives, and poster board. Artists need to collect things that will make a circle like flower pots, lids, etc.
BECOME A MEMBER AND SAVE! Family Membership is only $50 per year. Benefits include discounts on Classes, Workshops and Summer Art Camps; a 10% discount in the HMA Galleria and Science Emporium Gift Shop; subscription to the Museum’s quarterly newsletter; invitations to exhibition openings and special programs; and free admission at over 60 participating museums in the Southeast Reciprocal Membership Program. Museum & HMA Galleria Hours Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 4 PM Sunday, 1 PM – 4 PM Closed on Mondays & Holidays H I C KO RY M U S E U M O F R T
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Tuesday & Thursday, July 20 & 22, 3:30 – 5:30 PM (Must Register by Friday, July 16) $48 Members; $60 Non-Members Kate is a well-known figure painter and educator. Join Kate for learning funny and fun fundamentals of good figure drawing. Students will work from a clothed model. Check out Kate’s work at www.kateworm.com. Adults welcome, so bring your parents.
Face Jugs and Tiles
Four Classes in Two Weeks Tuesdays & Thursdays, July 27, 29, August 3 & 5 3:30 – 5:30 PM (Must Register by Friday, July 23) $80 Members; $100 Non-Members Professional ceramist Lauren Gallion will come with pre-thrown jugs. Students will learn how to fashion and attach a face. Face jugs will be fired, glazed and fired again. In addition, students will create decorative ceramic tiles. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn traditional Catawba Valley craft.
Still Life Drawing
Tuesday & Thursday, August 10 & 12, 3:30 – 5:30 PM (Must Register by Friday, August 6) $30 Members; $45 Non-Members Amanda is an artist and graduate student in art education at UNCCharlotte. She will set up a fun still life with bones, pocket books, stuffed animals, etc. Students will work from life to learn the basics of good drawing, composition, and light/dark patterns.
Still Life Painting
Tuesday & Thursday, August 17 & 19 (Must Register by Friday, August 13) 3:30 – 5:30 PM $30 Members; $45 Non-Members Amanda will set up another fun table top display. Working from life, students will paint with acrylics to learn the basics of color mixing and value. Drawing and composition will also be emphasized.
CANCELLATION POLICY Call HMA at (828) 327-8576 to cancel a registration before a camp begins. A full refund (minus a $10 handling fee) will be given up to two weeks prior to a session; a 50% refund will be given until one week prior to a session. No refunds will be given less than one week prior to the start of camp. No refunds will be given once camp begins. All classes have a maximum of 12 participants, and a minimum of six. HMA reserves the right to cancel any camp that does not meet the required participant minimum.
HICKORY MUSEUM OF ART Arts & Science Center of Catawba Valley On the SALT Block 243 Third Avenue NE Hickory, NC 28603 828.327.8576 www.HickoryArt.org
Published on Mar 10, 2010