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MEMBERS EARLY ACCESS REGISTRATION: FEBRUARY 11-24

REGISTRATION OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: FEBRUARY 25 CAMP SEASON STARTS: JUNE 10


WHAT & WHERE

CONTACT US Indianapolis Art Center Marilyn K. Glick School of Art 820 East 67th Street Indianapolis, IN 46220 317.255.2464 317.254.0486 Fax IndplsArtCenter.org Guest Services Desk 317.255.2464 x 0 Info@IndplsArtCenter.org

HOURS OF OPERATION Gallery & Studio Hours During Semesters

Ages 4-6..................................................... 6 Ages 6-10................................................... 8 Ages 10-14............................................... 14 Ages 10-18 - Glassblowing....................... 19 Ages 14-18 - Teen Intensives................... 20 Camp Calendar.......................................... 4 Creative Aftercare..................................... 13 Policies & Procedures.............................. 31 Make It Take It Classes............................. 24 Spring Break Art Camp............................ 28 Spring Second Session Classes................ 25 Student Show ......................................... 29 Teen Art Council...................................... 23 Tuition Assistance.................................... 30

9 am-10 pm Monday-Friday 9 am-6 pm Saturday Noon-6 pm Sunday Doors will open at 8:30 am for camp check-in. Administration Offices 9 am-5 pm Monday–Friday

HOLIDAY HOURS The Art Center will be closed on the following holidays. Online registration will still be available. Memorial Day Weekend - May 25-27 Fourth of July - July 4* * No Camps or Teen Intensives the week of July 4

POLICIES & PROCEDURES IndplsArtCenter.org/Camps or see page 31. QUESTIONS? PLEASE CONTACT: Rachel Thomas-Celmins - Camp Director RCelmins@IndplsArtCenter.org Jheny Nieto - Youth & Teen Programs Manager JNieto@IndplsArtCenter.org (Hablo Español)

MISSION The mission of the Indianapolis Art Center is to engage, enlighten and inspire our community by providing interactive art education, outreach to underserved audiences, support of artists and exposure to the visual arts.


WELCOME! Join us for a summer of art education, fun and new friendships! In the Indianapolis Art Center’s Summer Art Camps and Teen Intensives, students work with professional artists to explore new media, improve their artistic skills, express themselves creatively and gain a deeper appreciation for the visual arts in a nurturing artistic community. We believe that by participating in the creative process, campers will develop communication, interpersonal and critical thinking skills while they gain a deeper appreciation for the visual arts. Campers will enjoy all the perks of attending camp at the Indianapolis Art Center. Each week campers will work in professionalquality studios and have exclusive access to the Art Center’s galleries and 9 ½-acre outdoor art garden, the ArtsPark, which is filled with murals, installations and outdoor sculptures. Each camp is led by a Teaching Artist and a Camp Counselor with an adultto-camper ratio of 1:10. Our staff is excited to work in a fun atmosphere and we look forward to a wildly artistic summer with you and your family!

THE CAMP DAY Campers will participate in a mixture of learning, art making and exploration. Along with making original creations, campers will learn and be inspired by the ArtsPark and gallery spaces. Creative group activities and breaks will take place outdoors. Each week will conclude with a celebration of the campers’ work in a student-led art show for friends and family.

Things to remember:

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No summer programming during the week of July 4. Doors will open at 8:30 am. Art is a fun and messy activity. We recommend that campers wear tennis shoes and clothes that can get dirty. Need aftercare? See details on page 13 about our Creative Aftercare. All art materials are provided! We welcome campers enrolled in digital art camps to bring their own cameras.

MIX & MATCH! Campers can combine any two half day camps to make it a full day experience!

TUITION ASSISTANCE The Indianapolis Art Center provides full and partial tuition assistance to eligible students with an easy application process. For more information or to apply, please go to IndplsArtCenter.org/TuitionAssistance or contact Alyson Walbridge, Special Programs Manager, at AWalbridge@IndplsArtCenter.org.

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT Members with a Family Membership can enjoy exclusive early access to course registration, a 10% discount on camps and teen intensives for the duration of the camp season and a $5 discount on Creative Aftercare. Discount does not apply to Make It Take It classes or Spring classes. Additionally, your membership comes with the satisfaction of contributing to local arts and ensuring our impact on Indianapolis continues. Your membership gift helps cover a portion of the costs of classes not covered by class fees. For more information, go to IndplsArtCenter.org/Membership.


2019 CAMP & TEEN INTENSIVE SCHEDULE For more information and descriptions please see specific camp and teen intensive listings.

Week 1 June 10-14

Week 2 June 17-21

Week 3 June 24-28

AM

BIG Art

FUN WAYS TO PAINT

COLOR EXPLORERS

PM

N/A

SENSORY ARTS

SPLATTER, DRIP & SQUIRT

COMICS, CARTOONS & CHARACTERS

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO

4-6

Ages & Sessions

ALL ABOUT THE ELEMENTS OF ART

AM

CERAMIC TILES - CERAMICS

6-10

CLAY MASKS COMICS, CARTOONS & CHARACTERS

PM

INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO ALL ABOUT THE ELEMENTS OF ART

OUTSIDE THE BOX STOP MOTION ANIMATION

FULL DAY

TEXTURE EXPLORATION - CERAMICS

MOVING ART

COMICS, CARTOONS & CHARACTERS

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO

ALL ABOUT THE ELEMENTS OF ART

CHARACTER DESIGN

EXPLORING THE ARTISTS

CONTEMPORARY ART CAMP

CAMP SCRAP!

PHOTOGRAPHY

INTRO TO WOODWORKING

10-14

AM

CHARACTER DESIGN

PM

STOP MOTION ANIMATION

14-18

10-18

CUPS, BOWLS & MORE

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EXPLORING THE ARTISTS

CONTEMPORARY ART CAMP CERAMIC FIGURES - CERAMICS

INTRO TO WHEEL THROWING

PHOTOGRAPHY

FULL DAY

CHARACTER DESIGN

EXPLORING THE ARTISTS

CONTEMPORARY ART CAMP

AM

GLASSBLOWING

GLASSBLOWING

GLASSBLOWING

AM

FIGURE & PORTRAIT DRAWING

STEEL SCULPTURE

ACRYLIC PAINTING

PM

GRAFFITI MURAL

ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY

WOODWORKING 2019 SUMMER CAMPS & TEEN INTENSIVES


Week 4 July 8-12

Week 5 July 15-19

Week 6 July 22-26

ART IN THE PARK

CLAY CREATIONS - CERAMICS

ERIC CARLE’S COLLAGES

N/A

N/A

MUSIC & ART

PORTRAITS!

FUN WAYS TO PAINT

CUPS, BOWLS & MORE

CLAY CREATURES - CERAMICS

ABSTRACT TO THE MAX!

PORTRAITS!

FUN WAYS TO PAINT

INTRO TO WOODWORKING

PUPPET LAB

WEARABLE ART

ABSTRACT TO THE MAX!

PORTRAITS!

FUN WAYS TO PAINT

ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS & METHODS

PUBLIC ART

INTRO TO SEWING

INTRO TO DIGITAL ARTS

MANGA ILLUSTRATION

ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS & METHODS

PUBLIC ART

INTRO TO JEWELRY & METALSMITHING

CERAMICS AROUND THE WORLD

INTRO TO WHEEL THROWING

MOVIE MAKING

PRINTMAKING LAB

T-SHIRT LAB

MANGA ILLUSTRATION

ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS & METHODS

PUBLIC ART

GLASSBLOWING

GLASSBLOWING

GLASSBLOWING

JEWELRY & METALSMITHING

VIDEO PRODUCTION

ART PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT

ADVANCED CERAMICS

ALTERED CLOTHING

DIGITAL ARTS

ABSTRACT TO THE MAX! ANCIENT CERAMICS INTRO TO ANIMATION

MANGA ILLUSTRATION

REGISTER NOW! Visit

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AGES 4-6 MORNING • AFTERNOON MORNING CAMPS

Check-In: 9:30-10 am Check-Out : 11:30 am Friday Art Show: 11-11:30 am

AFTERNOON CAMPS

Check-In: 1:30-2 pm Check-Out: 3:30 pm Friday Art Show: 3-3:30 pm

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Campers will exercise their creativity and fine motor skills through fun and educational hands-on art projects. Teaching artists and supportive camp counselors will guide little artists in experimenting with a variety of art materials all week long! Each week will conclude with a celebration of the campers’ work in a student-led art show for friends and family! Join us 30 minutes before the end of class on Friday, art shows will take place in the campers’ studio. Campers should bring a snack and a water bottle daily. Please leave valuables and gadgets at home.

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MORNING CAMPS

AFTERNOON CAMPS

BIG ART

SENSORY ARTS

Little artists and big art - the perfect match! Campers will learn about size and dimension while making big sculptures, big paintings, big everything! This camp is perfect for little artists adventuring outside of their early paper and crayon days.

Stimulating, messy, and endlessly entertaining is what we have in store in this camp! Little artists will participate in active art making all week long using a wide range of materials.

June 10-14 • 9:30-11:30 am • Y101w1m $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

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FUN WAYS TO PAINT

June 17-21 • 1:30-3:30 pm • Y102w2a $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

ART IN THE PARK

SPLATTER, DRIP & SQUIRT

Little Indy explorers will go wild creating art inspired by nature, the creatures and sculptures in our ArtsPark! In this camp campers will draw, paint and build using different materials each day. If your little camper likes the outdoors, this is the camp for them!

Throw out the brushes and discover new ways to paint! Inspired by artists who do not mind getting dirty, little campers will learn through play and creative experimentation. A perfect camp for messy artists!

July 8-12 • 9:30-11:30 am • Y104w4m $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

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MUSIC & ART

CLAY CREATIONS - CERAMICS

Music and art harmoniously join together in this wide-ranging camp where little artists will sing, dance and have a blast making their very own sound making creations!

Little artists will discover creative and messy ways to make art! Campers will be encouraged to explore various paint application methods and practice some traditional techniques as well.

It is never too early for little artists to experience sensory play and art-making. Campers will work with clay and similar materials to explore different textures. Each camper will make unique glazed pieces to take home.

June 17-21 • 9:30-11:30 am • Y102w2m $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

July 15-19 • 9:30-11:30 am • Y105w5m $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

COLOR EXPLORERS

ERIC CARLE’S COLLAGES

Bring your little artist to explore all the colors one can imagine in this fun, week-long camp! We will draw, paint, and explore mixed media projects to help expand campers’ understanding of color.

You ate through a whole apple, two pears, and three plums and you are still hungry! Come make mixed media critters with collage and painting techniques inspired by Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

June 24-28 • 9:30-11:30 am • Y103w3m $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

July 22-26 • 9:30-11:30 am • Y106w6m $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

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June 24-28 • 1:30-3:30 pm • Y103w3a $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

July 22-26 • 1:30-3:30 pm • Y106w6a $135.00 Member/$150.00 Nonmember

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AGES 6-10 MORNING • AFTERNOON • FULL DAY MORNING CAMPS Check-In: 8:30-9 am Page 9

Check-Out : 12:30 pm Friday Art Show: 12-12:30 pm

AFTERNOON CAMPS

Check-In: 12:30-1 pm Check-Out: 4:30 pm Friday Art Show: 4-4:30 pm

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Check-In: 8:30-9 am Check-Out: 4:30 pm Friday Art Show: 4-4:30 pm

CREATIVE AFTERCARE

4:30-6 pm (See page 13 for details and pricing.)

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Campers will learn from professional artists as they grow their critical thinking skills and creative problem-solving abilities through hands-on art projects. Campers will also have opportunities to socialize with fellow artists through interactive outdoor activities, making installations at ArtsPark and exploring galleries filled with contemporary works made by Art Center students, local and regional artists. Each week will conclude with a celebration of the campers’ work in a student-led art show for friends and family! Join us 30 minutes before the end of class on Friday. Art shows will take place in the campers’ studio.

WHAT TO BRING Campers should bring snacks and a water bottle daily. Full Day campers must bring a ready-to-eat lunch that does not require refrigeration. Please leave valuables and gadgets at home. All materials are provided for youth and teen camps.

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MORNING CAMPS

INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY

COMICS, CARTOONS & CHARACTERS

Shoot images all week long and learn about digital photography through daily photo challenges. June 24-28 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y202w3m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

After looking at your favorite comics, cartoons and anime for inspiration, your teaching artist will share various drawing techniques to help you improve your storytelling and characterdesigning skills. Learn the tricks that professional artists use and have fun applying them in your own drawings! June 10-14 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y200w1m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CLAY MASKS - CERAMICS Clay Masks is a ceramics camp for young artists who enjoy sculpting and coming up with new characters! Use inspiration from world history or elsewhere, and take on the challenge of seeing how many different masks you can create. June 10-14 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y201w1m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ ABSTRACT TO THE MAX! ALL ABOUT THE ELEMENTS OF ART All About the Elements of Art is an engaging and educational camp where young artists will explore foundational concepts like line, value, and space. Projects and materials change from day to day, allowing kids to experience new mediums and elements of art. June 24-28 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y200w3m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

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CERAMIC TILES - CERAMICS

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO

Explore concepts like shape, size, and color while working on various tile-based projects. Campers will experiment daily with clay and practice using traditional handbuilding tools.

The combination of drawing and painting lessons make this one of the most popular summer camps. Come grow your skills as you create a series of different projects throughout the week!

Let creativity, colors, and shapes drive your art-making! Learn about masters of abstraction like Picasso, Pollock, Kandinsky and learn how to harness your inspiration as they did. July 8-12 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y200w4m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ ANCIENT CERAMICS Ever wondered how or why humans began using clay thousands of years ago? Join us as we dig up answers and practice ancient handbuilding techniques in the ceramics studio! This camp includes an exciting Raku firing demonstration! July 8-12 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y201w4m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

June 24-28 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y201w3m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

June 17-21 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y200w2m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ TEXTURE EXPLORATION CERAMICS Learn handbuilding techniques as you work with clay and explore all the different ways you can add texture and detail to your pieces! This is a great introduction to ceramics for young artists! June 17-21 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y201w2m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

All materials are provided for camps and teen intensives.

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AFTERNOON CAMPS

INTRO TO ANIMATION Join us for this hands-on camp and learn about storyboarding, character development, and animation all in one camp! Students will watch animated clips to guide and inspire each lesson.

COMICS, CARTOONS & CHARACTERS After looking at your favorite comics, cartoons and anime for inspiration, your teaching artist will share various drawing techniques to help you improve your storytelling and characterdesigning skills. Learn the tricks that professional artists use and have fun applying them in your own drawings!

July 8-12 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y202w4m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ PORTRAITS! Practice growing an essential skill in artmaking: making portraits! This skill-building camp will teach you various drawing and painting techniques while creating portraits in several styles. July 15-19 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y200w5m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CUPS, BOWLS & MORE Learn how to make your own cups and bowls in ceramics camp! Campers will learn handbuilding methods like slab, coil, and pinch construction to create original, functional pieces. July 15-19 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y201w5m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

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FUN WAYS TO PAINT Who said you were too old to paint with your fingers or splash watercolor paint on a canvas? Come and explore unusual painting methods using a little science, engineering, and creativity all at once!

June 10-14 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y200w1a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

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July 22-26 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y200w6m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

Think outside the box and set your imagination free in the art studio! Campers will practice foundational and non-traditional drawing and painting techniques and apply them on one of a kind compositions!

CLAY CREATURES - CERAMICS

June 10-14 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y203w1a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

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Clay Creatures is the perfect camp for young artists with big imaginations. Campers will learn various handbuilding and texturemaking techniques to give form to magical creatures from their wildest dreams! July 22-26 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y201w6m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

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DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO The combination of drawing and painting lessons make this one of the most popular summer camps. Come grow your skills as you create a series of different projects throughout the week! June 17-21 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y200w2a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ MOVING ART Create art that moves and interacts with its environment! This camp is the perfect introduction to installation sculpture and three dimensional art. June 17-21 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y203w2a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

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PORTRAITS!

FUN WAYS TO PAINT

Practice growing an essential skill in artmaking: making portraits! This skill-building camp will teach you various drawing and painting techniques while creating portraits in several styles.

Who said you were too old to paint with your fingers or splash watercolor paint on a canvas? Come and explore unusual painting methods using a little science, engineering, and creativity all at once!

July 15-19 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y200w5a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

July 22-26 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y200w6a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

PUPPET LAB

WEARABLE ART

Let creativity, colors, and shapes drive your art-making! Learn about masters of abstraction like Picasso, Pollock, Kandinsky and learn how to harness your inspiration as they did.

Do you love creating characters or finding uses for unusual materials? In this camp you will learn different ways to construct and decorate puppets, using lots of mixed media. Puppet Lab is a hands-on camp with endless room for imaginations to run free!

Get creative and make your own costumes, masks, and accessories using a wide range of materials! You will practice basic design and construction methods to bring your original designs to life!

July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y200w4a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

July 15-19 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y203w5a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

All About the Elements of Art is an engaging and educational camp where young artists will explore foundational concepts like line, value, and space. Projects and materials change from day to day, allowing kids to experience new mediums and elements of art. June 24-28 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y200w3a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

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July 22-26 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y203w6a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

INTRO TO WOODWORKING Work in the shop and learn to join, nail, and glue wood through the exciting projects we have in store for each day! You will learn about proper tool use and shop safety. July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y203w4a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember All materials are provided for camps and teen intensives.

REGISTER NOW! Visit

IndplsArtCenter.org or call 317.255.2464.

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FULL DAY CAMPS COMICS, CARTOONS & CHARACTERS After looking at your favorite comics, cartoons and anime for inspiration, your teaching artist will share various drawing techniques to help you improve your storytelling and characterdesigning skills. Learn the tricks that professional artists use and have fun applying them in your own drawings!

ALL ABOUT THE ELEMENTS OF ART All About the Elements of Art is an engaging and educational camp where young artists will explore foundational concepts like line, value, and space. Projects and materials change from day to day, allowing kids to experience new mediums and elements of art. June 24-28 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y200w3f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

PORTRAITS! Practice growing an essential skill in artmaking: making portraits! This skill-building camp will teach you various drawing and painting techniques while creating portraits in several styles. July 15-19 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y200w5f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

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FUN WAYS TO PAINT

June 10-14 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y200w1f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

ABSTRACT TO THE MAX!

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO

Let creativity, colors, and shapes drive your art-making! Learn about masters of abstraction like Picasso, Pollock, Kandinsky and learn how to harness your inspiration as they did.

Who said you were too old to paint with your fingers or splash watercolor paint on a canvas? Come and explore unusual painting methods using a little science, engineering, and creativity all at once!

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The combination of drawing and painting lessons make this one of the most popular summer camps. Come grow your skills as you create a series of different projects throughout the week!

July 8-12 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y200w4f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

July 22-26 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y200w6f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

June 17-21 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y200w2f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

All materials are provided for camps and teen intensives.

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Even artists need a break. Join us after the camp day is over for structured creative play and art making with our professional staff. Creative Aftercare is available for afternoon and full day campers only. Ages 6 and up.

4:30-6 pm $20 Member/$25 Nonmember June 10-14 • Y600w1e June 17-21 • Y600w2e June 24-28 • Y600w3e July 8-12 • Y600w4e July 15-19 • Y600w5e July 22-26 • Y600w6e

REGISTER NOW! Visit

IndplsArtCenter.org or call 317.255.2464.

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AGES 10-14 MORNING • AFTERNOON • FULL DAY MORNING CAMPS Check-In: 8:30-9 am Page 15

Check-Out : 12:30 pm Friday Art Show: 12-12:30 pm

AFTERNOON CAMPS

Check-In: 12:30-1 pm Check-Out: 4:30 pm Friday Art Show: 4-4:30 pm

FULL DAY CAMPS Page 18

Check-In: 8:30-9 am Check-Out: 4:30 pm Friday Art Show: 4-4:30 pm

CREATIVE AFTERCARE

4:30-6 pm (See page 13 for details and pricing.)

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Campers will learn from professional artists as they explore advanced art techniques and gain a deeper understanding for what art is. Teaching Artists will lead campers through hands-on, experimental learning in nurturing studio environments. Campers will also have opportunities to socialize with fellow artists through interactive outdoor activities, making installations at ArtsPark and exploring galleries filled with contemporary works made by Art Center students, local and regional artists. Each week will conclude with a celebration of the campers’ work in a student-led art show for friends and family! Join us 30 minutes before the end of class on Friday. Art shows will take place in the campers’ studio.

WHAT TO BRING Campers should bring snacks and a water bottle daily. Full Day campers must bring a ready-to-eat lunch that does not require refrigeration. Please leave valuables and gadgets at home. All materials are provided for youth and teen camps.

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MORNING CAMPS CHARACTER DESIGN Study your favorite comics, cartoons, and characters in order to bring your own to life! In this camp, students will explore various illustration styles and practice drawing expression, different poses, and costume design on original characters. June 10-14 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y300w1m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CAMP SCRAP! In Camp Scrap!, you will learn to use unclaimed materials and find creative ways to recycle everyday stuff into art! Let your creativity flow and show us what you can create while being a resourceful, ecofriendly artist. June 10-14 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y303w1m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ EXPLORING THE ARTISTS Find your creative voice as you look at how other artists have expressed themselves throughout time. Campers will experiment with a variety of ideas and techniques to help unlock their own artistic styles! June 17-21 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y300w2m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

INTRO TO WOODWORKING

INTRO TO SEWING

Learn basic woodworking skills such as cutting, joining, and finishing in a safe and supportive environment. You will gain knowledge of proper tool use and shop safety through fun, hands-on projects in the wood shop!

Whether for art or function, this hands-on camp will teach you all you need to know to get started with a sewing machine. Join us for a week in the Textiles Studio to bring your designs to life!

June 24-28 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y303w3m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

July 15-19 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y303w5m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

MANGA ILLUSTRATION

PUBLIC ART

Can’t get enough Fullmetal Alchemist, Naruto, or any number of the wildly popular manga out there? Join us as we create our own characters in the popular manga style! Campers will discover and practice the common characteristics that define these Japanese graphic novels.

Artists around the world are using their art and voice to communicate powerful messages. Join us and learn about those artists who have and are using art to make a difference in the world. Throughout the week you will work on individual and collaborative projects to be displayed on the grounds of the Art Center!

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July 8-12 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y300w4m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

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July 22-26 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y300w6m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS & METHODS

INTRO TO DIGITAL ARTS

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How would you like to paint using a pendulum, palette knife, or even an entirely new tool of your choosing? Curious minds will get a chance to explore unusual art-making methods using a little science, engineering, and creativity all at once!

Transform your drawings into impressive digital art using Adobe Photoshop and Wacom tablets just like professional designers. This camp is a perfect introduction to digital drawing and painting, so sign up before it’s too late!

July 15-19 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y300w5m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

July 22-26 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y302w6m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ PHOTOGRAPHY Ready for the perfect introduction to digital photography? Practice using a digital camera all week and get familiar with manual settings. Lessons on composition and digital editing are included. Campers are encouraged to bring their own cameras. June 17-21 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y303w2m $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CONTEMPORARY ART CAMP What is Contemporary Art to you? Join us as we explore that question and create drawings, paintings, and mixed media projects inspired by modern culture. June 24-28 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • Y300w3m $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

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AFTERNOON CAMPS

CONTEMPORARY ART CAMP What is Contemporary Art to you? Join us as we explore that question and create drawings, paintings, and mixed media projects inspired by modern culture.

CHARACTER DESIGN Study your favorite comics, cartoons, and characters in order to bring your own to life! In this camp, students will explore various illustration styles and practice drawing expression, different poses, and costume design on original characters.

June 24-28 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y300w3a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CERAMIC FIGURES - CERAMICS

June 10-14 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y300w1a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

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EXPLORING THE ARTISTS

STOP MOTION ANIMATION

Find your creative voice as you look at how other artists have expressed themselves throughout time. Campers will experiment with a variety of ideas and techniques to help unlock their own artistic styles!

Bring your fantastic stories to life! With a digital camera and computer software, you can turn any idea into artistic moving creations and movies to share with friends. June 10-14 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y306w1a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CUPS, BOWLS & MORE Create beautifully balanced clay pieces to use at home or give as gifts. Practice traditional handbuilding methods like slab, coil, and pinch construction and try your hand at the potter’s wheel too! June 10-14 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y301w1a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

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June 17-21 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y300w2a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ INTRO TO WHEEL THROWING Experience the mesmerizing art of wheel throwing! Get your clay spinning and make various pots and bowls to build on your construction skills. June 17-21 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y301w2a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

Learn a variety of handbuilding and texturemaking techniques to help you sculpt the human figure, animals, and imaginary characters with clay! You will become familiar with various sculpting methods and take home one-of-a-kind creature creations! June 24-28 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y301w3a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ PHOTOGRAPHY Ready for the perfect introduction to digital photography? Practice using a digital camera all week and get familiar with manual settings. Lessons on composition and digital editing are included. June 24-28 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y302w3a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

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MANGA ILLUSTRATION Can’t get enough Fullmetal Alchemist, Naruto, or any number of the wildly popular manga out there? Join us as we create our own characters in the popular manga style! Campers will discover and practice the common characteristics that define these Japanese graphic novels. July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y300w4a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ ANCIENT CERAMICS Ever wondered how or why humans began using clay thousands of years ago? Join us as we dig up answers and practice ancient handbuilding techniques in the ceramics studio! This camp includes an exciting Raku firing demonstration! July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y301w4a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS & METHODS

INTRO TO JEWERLY & METALSMITHING

How would you like to paint using a pendulum, palette knife, or even an entirely new tool of your choosing? Curious minds will get a chance to explore unusual art-making methods using a little science, engineering, and creativity all at once!

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Show off your style with your own wearable art! In this camp you will learn basic metalsmithing skills such as piercing, forming, annealing, and soldering. Come and see what makes our jewelry studio such a sought after space! July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y303w4a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ MOVIE MAKING Movie Making camp is the perfect place to learn about how some of your favorite movies were made! Join us and shoot a short movie with your friends, practicing various shooting and editing techniques along the way. Campers are welcome to bring their own cameras. July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y302w4a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

July 15-19 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y300w5a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ CERAMICS AROUND THE WORLD Let’s explore the history of ceramics by discussing and discovering how clay has continued to be used throughout the world! Campers will make their very own ceramic pieces while taking inspiration from styles all around the world. July 15-19 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y301w5a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ PRINTMAKING LAB Discover traditional and alternative printmaking methods as we explore and get creative in the Print Studio! You’ll see how your drawings and paintings come together in this popular camp! July 15-19 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y302w5a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

PUBLIC ART Artists around the world are using their art and voice to communicate powerful messages. Join us and learn about those artists who have and are using art to make a difference in the world. Throughout the week you will work on individual and collaborative projects to be displayed on the grounds of the Art Center! July 22-26 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y300w6a $184.50 Member/$205.00 Nonmember

______________________________ INTRO TO WHEEL THROWING Experience the mesmerizing art of wheel throwing! Get your clay spinning and make various pots and bowls to build on your construction skills. July 22-26 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y301w6a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

______________________________ T-SHIRT LAB Bring your ideas and designs to this camp and you will learn to transform them into original t-shirt designs! Work in the print studio, practice screenprinting techniques and develop original designs you can wear. July 22-26 • 12:30-4:30 pm • Y303w6a $247.50 Member/$275.00 Nonmember

All materials are provided for camps and teen intensives.

REGISTER NOW! Visit

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FULL DAY CAMPS CHARACTER DESIGN Study your favorite comics, cartoons, and characters in order to bring your own to life! In this camp, students will explore various illustration styles and practice drawing expression, different poses, and costume design on original characters. June 10-14 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y300w1f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

______________________________ EXPLORING THE ARTISTS Find your creative voice as you look at how other artists have expressed themselves throughout time. Campers will experiment with a variety of ideas and techniques to help unlock their own artistic styles! June 17-21 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y300w2f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

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MANGA ILLUSTRATION

PUBLIC ART

Can’t get enough Fullmetal Alchemist, Death Note, or any number of the wildly popular manga out there? Join us as we create our own characters in the popular manga style! Campers will discover and practice the common characteristics that define these Japanese graphic novels.

Artists around the world are using their art and voice to communicate powerful messages. Join us and learn about those artists who have and are using art to make a difference in the world. Throughout the week you will work on individual and collaborative projects to be displayed on the grounds of the Art Center!

July 8-12 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y300w4f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

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July 22-26 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y300w6f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS & METHODS How would you like to paint using a pendulum, palette knife, or even an entirely new tool of your choosing? Curious minds will get a chance to explore unusual art-making methods using a little science, engineering, and creativity all at once! July 15-19 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y300w5f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

CONTEMPORARY ART CAMP What is Contemporary Art to you? Join us as we explore that question and create drawings, paintings, and mixed media projects inspired by modern culture. June 24-28 • 8:30 am-4:30 pm • Y300w3f $351.00 Member/$390.00 Nonmember

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AGES 10-18

GLASSBLOWING

CAMP CHECK-IN/OUT Check-In: 10-10:30 am

Check-Out : 12:30 pm Friday Art Show: 12-12:30 pm

Campers will work with various glass techniques while experimenting with form, surface and texture. These camps will focus on equipment safety and safe studio habits. By the end of the week, campers will know their way around the workshop! Each week will conclude with a celebration of the campers’ work in a student-led art show for friends and family! Join us 30 minutes before the end of class on Friday, art shows will take place in the campers’ studio.

WHAT TO BRING Campers should bring snacks and a water bottle daily. Please leave valuables and gadgets at home. All materials are provided for youth and teen camps.

GLASSBLOWING Whoever said not to play with fire never tried glassblowing. Harness heat reaching almost 2000 degrees Fahrenheit! Learn all the tips, tricks and techniques to turn molten fire into glass art with a focus on tool use and safety. Suitable for returning students. Height requirement is 56 inches. June 10-14 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm • Y410w1m $324.00 Member/$360.00 Nonmember or June 17-21 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm • Y410w2m $324.00 Member/$360.00 Nonmember or June 24-28 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm • Y410w3m $324.00 Member/$360.00 Nonmember or July 8-12 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm • Y410w4m $324.00 Member/$360.00 Nonmember or July 15-19 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm • Y410w5m $324.00 Member/$360.00 Nonmember or July 22-26 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm • Y410w6m $324.00 Member/$360.00 Nonmember

REGISTER NOW! Visit

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AGES 14-18 TEEN INTENSIVES MORNING INTENSIVES Check-In: 8:30-9 am Page 21

Check-Out : 12:30 pm

AFTERNOON INTENSIVES

Check-In: 12:30-1 pm Check-Out: 4:30 pm

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Join other creative teens for a summer of high quality artistic experiences with professional Teaching Artists! Teen Intensives are designed with your interests in mind, allowing you to continue developing your skills or try your hand at a new creative discipline! Morning and afternoon Teen Intensives are scheduled back-to-back so you can make it a full-day experience!

WHAT TO BRING Half day campers should bring a snack and a water bottle daily. Teens registered for a combination of morning and afternoon camps within the same week will have a lunch break of 30 minutes at noon. See additional information on page 31. Please leave valuables and gadgets at home.

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MORNING INTENSIVES FIGURE & PORTRAIT DRAWING Drawing is a fundamental and useful skill for all artists and designers. Gain confidence with the basics of rendering, anatomy, line quality and proportions in figure and portrait drawing. You will work with a clothed model to create impressive figure studies that helps improve your portrayal of the human figure and fabrics we wear! June 10-14 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • T401w1m $256.50 Member/$285.00 Nonmember

______________________________ STEEL SCULPTURE Strap on some safety glasses and see sparks fly as you learn to weld, cut and shape metal into art! Practice techniques and learn about proper tool use and shop safety in an encouraging and creative environment. All levels welcome! June 17-21 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm• T402w2m $310.50 Member/$345.00 Nonmember

______________________________ ACRYLIC PAINTING Explore the principles of painting and refine your skills in a fun, relaxing environment. We will study a variety of artists and learn different painting techniques. Lessons will focus on color mixing and composition. All levels welcome!

VIDEO PRODUCTION Ready, set, ACTION! Interested in how movies, trailers, or YouTube videos are produced? In this interactive camp, you will learn about scripting, directing, staging, lighting, and all things editing as you work with your peers to create a short video in a week. Campers are welcome to bring their own cameras. July 15-19 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • T402w5m $256.50 Member/$285.00 Nonmember

ART PORTFOLIO REVIEW & DEVELOPMENT Learn to stand out in the college application process and refine your portfolio in this dynamic, week-long course. With the guidance of a professional artist, you will complete a series of model drawings, giving you the figure studies that every strong portfolio should have. The week will conclude in the Image Studio where you will photograph your artwork, digitalizing and preparing the files for the online application. Students are expected to bring existing portfolio or samples of their work. July 22-26 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • T406w6m $256.50 Member/$285.00 Nonmember

All materials are provided for camps and teen intensives.

June 24-28 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • T403w3m $256.50 Member/$285.00 Nonmember

______________________________ JEWELRY & METALSMITHING Interested in learning or refining your jewelry or metalsmithing skills? Join us as we practice a variety of techniques like sawing, piercing, forming, annealing, and soldering! You will learn how to create your own wearable pieces in our equipped studios. July 8-12 • 8:30 am-12:30 pm • T403w4m $310.50 Member/$345.00 Nonmember

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AGES 14-18 TEEN INTENSIVES AFTERNOON INTENSIVES GRAFFITI MURAL Have you seen the incredible murals and graffiti all around the city in neighborhoods like Fountain Square, Broad Ripple, and Irvington? This is your opportunity to learn from professional graffiti artists and create your own! We’ve teamed up with the Indianapolis Urban Artists Network to create a unique opportunity for teen artists in this week-long intensive camp. Each class session will include experimentation with a variety of materials and techniques, including spray paint and stencils. Working collaboratively and independently, teen artists will create their own designs and work on a large-scale public mural on the grounds of the Art Center! June 10-14 • 12:30-4:30 pm • T401w1a $310.50 Member/$345.00 Nonmember

______________________________ ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY Ditch your phone’s automatic settings and learn to use a digital camera in manual mode. In this Teen Intensive, you will also learn about digital editing, light management and framing an eye-catching composition. Students are welcome to bring their own cameras. June 17-21 • 12:30-4:30 pm • T402w2a $256.50 Member/$285.00 Nonmember

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WOODWORKING

ALTERED CLOTHING

Learn basic woodworking skills such as cutting, joining, and finishing while gaining an appreciation for wood as a creative medium. You will learn about proper tool use and shop safety in an encouraging and creative environment. All levels welcome. June 24-28 • 12:30-4:30 pm • T403w3a $310.50 Member/$345.00 Nonmember

Are you Indianapolis’ next fashionista? Do you enjoy creating your own unique looks? Whether it’s for a fancy party, everyday use, or cosplaying, join us for a week of freestyle sewing where you will bring your designs to life. This will be a hands-on experience with access to the sewing machines in the Textiles Studio. Bring your sketches and inspiration, and let’s get sewing!

ADVANCED CERAMICS

July 15-19 • 12:30-4:30 pm • T405w5a $310.50 Member/$345.00 Nonmember

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Continue developing your skills in ceramics and create work on the potter’s wheel! You will receive direct guidance from a professional artist as you explore different methods of construction. All levels welcome! July 8-12 • 12:30-4:30 pm • T404w4a $310.50 Member/$345.00 Nonmember

______________________________ DIGITAL ARTS Delve into digital arts using Adobe Photoshop and Wacom tablets. You will get hands-on practice with professional design software in a relaxed and supportive environment. This camp is great for new or returning students! July 22-26 • 12:30-4:30 pm • T406w6a $256.50 Member/$285.00 Nonmember

All materials are provided for camps and teen intensives.


The Indianapolis Art Center’s Teen Art Council (TAC) is a free program for motivated, energetic, high-schoolage youth who want to participate in visual art outside of the classroom and engage in the larger arts community in Indianapolis. Members of the TAC work with peers, professional artists and Indianapolis Art Center staff to develop and deliver art projects and programs that engage teen audiences. TAC projects may include planning and executing teen-centric events at the Art Center or creating, curating and installing art exhibits. TAC holds regular meetings at the Art Center during the school year. If you would like to join the Teen Art Council, contact Jheny Nieto, Youth & Teen Programs Manager, by emailing TAC@IndplsArtCenter.org or call 317.255.2464 x 2370.

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make it take it

youth & teen Art adventures in every medium! Leave with a finished product every time! Think It, Do It, Make It, Take It, Love It.

THURSDAY

SATURDAY

MANGA PORTRAIT - AGES 6-10

PETE THE CAT - AGES 2-6

Create your own portrait in the popular manga style! Come discover the common characteristics and storytelling techniques that define this Japanese drawing technique.

Do you love your white shoes? How about your blue ones? Explore colors and make your own color wheel in this fun class inspired by the popular books of Pete the Cat.

1 Day • March 14 • 4:30-6 pm $25.00 • SP810

1 Day • February 23 • 11 am-Noon $20.00 • SP800

DIGITAL ANIMATION - AGES 10-14 Even Walt Disney had to start somewhere! Learn the basic process behind digital animation and make your very own. 1 Day • March 30 • 11 am-1 pm $30.00 • SP821

INK DRAWINGS - AGES 14-18 Let loose with this go with the flow art medium! We’ll explore color and abstraction with alcohol inks to create bright and exciting artworks! 1 Day • April 6 • 11 am-1 pm $30.00 • SP831

CERAMIC GARDEN HOUSES AGES 6-10 With spring approaching, all the woodland creatures will need a colorful house to live in! Learn how to make a ceramic garden house with clay and glaze it with bright colors to match your garden! 1 Day • April 13 • 11 am-12:30 pm $25.00 • SP811

Manga Inspired Portrait Sketches

Think It, Do It, Make It Take It, Love It.

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There is still time to register for second session Youth and Teen classes this Spring! Get your spot before they fill up. AGES 2-4 WITH ADULT

AGES 6-10

SATURDAY

SATURDAY

WEDNESDAY

DRAW & PAINT

INTERGALACTIC ART

CERAMICS

Share in your toddler’s curiosity for the world as you create art inspired by space, the stars, and beyond! This exciting class will bring adults and children together to play with unique drawing and painting techniques that will be out of this world!

Love getting messy? Join your fellow muddy buddies and learn the basics of wheel throwing and handbuilding with clay! All students will leave with their own decorated and glazed ceramic pieces.

6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 11:30 am-12:30 pm $79.00 • CH101m6 • All Levels Toni Ridgway

AGES 4-6 SUNDAY ERIC CARLE’S COLLAGES

6 Wks • March 13-April 17 • 4:30-6 pm $153.00 • CH361a6 • All Levels Deborah Beam

Awaken the artist inside of you as you build confidence in your drawing and painting skills. Explore your personal creativity and individuality in this fun-filled class. 6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 9:30-11 am $126.00 • CH364m6 • All Levels Bekah Pollard

__________________________ CERAMICS Love getting messy? Join your fellow muddy buddies and learn the basics of wheel throwing and handbuilding with clay! All students will leave with their own decorated and glazed ceramic pieces. 6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 4:30-6 pm $153.00 • CH365a6 • All Levels Nancy Peterson

You ate through a whole apple, two pears, and three plums and you are still hungry! Come make mixed media critters inspired by Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” with collage and painting techniques. 6 Wks • March 17-April 14 • 1-2 pm $79.00 • CH262a6 • All Levels Emma Zvonar

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AGES 6-14

SUNDAY

THURSDAY

DIGITAL ART Create digital works of art using the Adobe Creative Cloud and Wacom graphic tablets just like a professional designer! This class is perfect for new or returning students.

HOMESCHOOL ART Students will become familiar with the fundamentals of art and develop creative problem solving skills they can apply anywhere no matter the skill level.

6 Wks • March 17-April 28 • Noon-2 pm $168.00 • CH463a6 • All Levels Teaching Artist TBD No Class April 21

6 Wks • March 15-April 19 • 10:30 am-12:30 pm $156.00 • HS200m6 • All Levels Daniel Cooper

SATURDAY

Drop into any session: $40.00

T-SHIRT LAB

AGES 10-14 THURSDAY HOMESCHOOL CERAMICS Students will become familiar with fundamental handbuilding skills and make unique ceramic pieces to take home, all while developing creative problem solving skills they can apply anywhere no matter the skill level. 6 Wks • March 11-April 15 • 12:30-2:30 pm $190.00 • HS200a6 • All Levels Teaching Artist TBD

Remember that brilliant idea you had the other day for the coolest t-shirt ever? Bring your ideas and designs to the print studio and we’ll show you how to transfer them onto your clothes! Additional design projects and lessons included. 6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 9:30-11:30 am $168.00 • CH466m6 • All Levels Toni Ridgway

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Awaken the artist inside of you through a series of hands-on projects built to improve your skills in drawing and painting! You will explore your personal creativity and individuality in a supportive environment. 6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 2-4 pm $168.00 • CH465a6 • All Levels Bekah Pollard

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__________________________ CHARACTER DESIGN

Learn from studying your favorite comics, cartoons, and manga characters so that you can create your own! You will explore different styles and gain an understanding of how to incorporate things like expression, poses, and costumes into your drawings. 6 Wks • March 17-April 28 • 12:30-2:30 pm $168.00 • CH461a6 • All Levels Martin Clinch No Class April 21


AGES 10-18 FRIDAY GLASSBLOWING Play with fire and make art at 2000 degrees! Learn all the tips, tricks, and techniques to turn molten fire into glass art with a focus on tool use and safety in the glass studio. Returning students will be able to continue building their skills. Students must have a minimum height of 56 inches to be able to look into the furnace, full vision capabilities, gripping strength with both hands and adequate hand-eye coordination. No sandals, shorts or synthetics. 6 Wks • March 15-April 19 • 4:30-6:30 pm $359.00 • CH601a6 • All Levels Lauren Davis

SATURDAY ALTERED CLOTHING Express your creativity through this contemporary, freestyle sewing class that will teach you to use sewing machines and fun ways to alter and add your own style to just about any piece of clothing! 6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 10 am-Noon $168.00 • CH762m6 • All Levels Hailee McElroy-Herin

__________________________ VIDEO PRODUCTION

Let’s make a movie! Learn about scripting, storyboarding, directing, staging, lighting, shooting and editing to make cool videos for yourself and friends!

AGES 14-18 MONDAY

SUNDAY STEEL SCULPTURE

OIL PAINTING Ready for oils? This is the perfect class to help you feel comfortable working in this staple artistic medium. You’ll explore painting techniques, color mixing, composition, and problem solving in a hands-on and supportive environment. 6 Wks • March 11-April 15 • 4-6 pm $168.00 • CH562a6 • All Levels Vandra Pentecost

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6 Wks • March 16-April 20 • 10 am-Noon $168.00 • CH763m6 • All Levels Daniel Cooper

Watch sparks fly as you learn to weld, cut and shape metal into art! If you already like working three-dimensionally or if you already like working with metal, this is the class for you! 6 Wks • March 17-April 28 • 12:30-2:30 pm $204.00 • CH560a6 • All Levels Eric Shotwell No Class April 21

_________________________ WHEEL THROWING

Expand your skills in handbuilding and wheel throwing and pursue projects based on your interests! This class is perfect for all skill levels and ideal for returning students. 6 Wks • March 17-April 28 • 2-4 pm $204.00 • CH565a6 • All Levels Liz Hamstra No Class April 21

SUNDAY PRINT N’ ROLL Dive into the world of printmaking and learn to create beautiful and interesting pieces. Explore the history of silkscreen, relief printing, etching, and see examples of various artists’ works. At the end of the semester students will make and exchange copies of all their prints with classmates, and then we’ll press a large collaborative woodcut print with a steam-roller! 6 Wks • March 10-April 14 • Noon-2 pm $168.00 • CH700a6 • All Levels Toni Ridgway REGISTER NOW! Visit

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SPRING BREAK ART CAMP Our Spring Break Art Camps are modeled after our acclaimed Summer Art Camps. Each day, children participate in a variety of art activities including painting, drawing, hand-built ceramics, and sculpture! Spring Break Art Camp staff is made up of youth art educators from the Indianapolis community. An instructor and assistant will lead each camp, where the instructor to camper ratio will not exceed 1 to 12 to ensure that each child receives individual attention. Spring Break Art Camp includes a one-hour supervised lunch, play and rest time.

MARCH 25-29 OR APRIL 1-5 • 8:30AM - 5:30PM AGES 8-12 • $375.00

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Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony: Friday, December 13 • 6-9 pm Submit Your Artwork: December 5-7 What a great way to showcase artwork created in camps and classes! Indianapolis Art Center students ages 2-18 are eligible for the Youth Division of the Art Center’s annual Student Show. All eligible work is accepted and all participating youth will be awarded a Certificate of Participation at the exhibition opening reception. All youth work will be juried to determine additional prizes and awards.

Images Above: Youth & Teen Artwork from the 2018 Annual Student Show REGISTER NOW! Visit

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DID YOU KNOW THAT THE ART CENTER HAS SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR YOUTH AND TEEN CLASSES AND CAMPS?

APPLICATION DUE DATES: APRIL 29 & JUNE 17 APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP TODAY AND DISCOVER WHAT THE CREATIVE PROCESS CAN DO FOR YOU!

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POLICIES & PROCEDURES REGISTRATION

LATE PICK-UP POLICY

Please read the course descriptions carefully for the exact course dates and times. You may register in the following ways:

A $5 late pickup fee will be charged for any camper who is not picked up on time. An additional $1 per minute will be charged for any camper not picked up by 12:35 pm for morning camps or 4:35 pm for afternoon and full day camps. Campers not picked up from Creative Aftercare by 6:05 pm will be charged a late fee of $1 per minute.

1. Online Register online at IndplsArtCenter.org/Camps 2. By Phone Call the Indianapolis Art Center at 317.255.2464 x 0 3. In Person Stop by the Guest Services Desk during regular business hours.

REFUND POLICY Camps/Teen Intensives: • 100% refunded with seven or more days notice.* • No refunds, full or partial, will be made after this time, for any reason, including illness. • If a camper is not available for the entire week of camp, we highly recommend that the parent chooses a different week. Camps are designed to be a full weeklong learning experience and projects are not designed to be completed on a day-by-day basis. We do not prorate camps. Memberships: • Memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable.

TRANSFER POLICY • Transfers may be made through Guest Servic es with no additional fees up to seven days befire the intially scheduled camp. • Camps are designed to be a full week-long learning experience. Transfers after the camp has begun are not recommended.

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT Members with a Family Membership can enjoy exclusive early access to course registration, a 10% discount on camps and teen intensives for the duration of the camp season and a $5 discount on Creative Aftercare. Discount does not apply to Make It Take It classes or Spring classes. Additionally, your membership comes with the satisfaction of contributing to local arts and ensuring our impact on Indianapolis continues. Your membership gift helps cover a portion of the costs of classes not covered by class fees. For more information, go to IndplsArtCenter.org/Membership.

CAMP LUNCH & SNACK BREAKS Campers registered for a full day or a combination of morning and afternoon camps within the same week will have a lunch break of 30 minutes at noon. Snack breaks will be taken at the discretion of the instructor, usually halfway into the class period. The Art Center does not provide lunch or snacks for campers. * The use of ActiveNetwork, our class registration software, will now involve a small convenience fee of $3.00 added to each transaction they handle on our behalf. This fee will appear on the receipt as part of the transaction. The convenience fee is charged by ACTIVE.COM, the software vendor, to support their services. Please note, the charge is non-refundable.

• If you choose to transfer with less than seven days’ notice, you will be charged the full rate of both camps.

CANCELLATION POLICY We will try everything possible to avoid any cancellations. If a camp does not meet the minimum enrollment of four students, it will be cancelled and you will notified no less than 24 hours prior to the start of the initially scheduled camp session.

REGISTER NOW! Visit

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1. ONLINE  Register online at IndplsArtCenter.org/Camps

2. BY PHONE Call the Indianapolis Art Center at 317.255.2464 x 0

3. IN PERSON Stop by the Art Center during regular business hours and register at our Guest Services desk.

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