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Join CAC this summer for Art Camp, eight weeks of creative classes for boys and girls ages 2-16. Children & teens exercise their imaginations and express themselves through art classes designed speciďŹ cally to challenge & inspire. Explore a variety of media including ceramics, glass, animation and photography, to name a few.

Call 757.425.0000 Registration for CAC members begins April 23, 2007 General Registration begins April 24, 2007

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Tuition

1st Art: CAC members $60/Non-members $75 Art Camp: CAC members $80/Non-members $95, unless otherwise noted. Tuition includes supplies, unless otherwise noted. Additional fees may apply.

NEW REGISTRATION POLICY: Please

read carefully! Registration for CAC members begins Monday, April 23, 2007. General registration begins April 24, 2007.

Notes: Minimum enrollment for courses is eight Art Campers, CAC Members Only Registration unless otherwise noted. InstrucArt Camp registration is open for CAC members only on Montors may be substituted without day, April 23, 2007 from 10am to 7pm. You must be an active notification. Courses are held at CAC member to register on this day. CAC will accept in-person CAC, unless otherwise noted. registration only on this day, on a first-come, first-served basis. Classroom activities may be photographed for CAC promoNon-member Registration tional use. Non-members are welcome to register starting Tuesday, April 24, 2007 from 10am to 7pm. CAC will accept in-person registration only on this day, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Telephone and Mail-in Registration

Telephone and mail-in registrations will not be accepted by CAC staff before Wednesday April 25, 2007 and are processed in the order in which they are received. Tuition and fees are due in full upon registration. If you would like to become a CAC member, please contact Jessica Romer at 425.0000 x. 19 or visit www.cacv.org for more information.

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Registration

Payment Pay by cash, check or credit card. CAC accepts MasterCard, Visa and American Express. No credit card payments will be accepted for less than $10. A $35 fee is charged for all returned checks.

Confirmation/Reminder It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to record course start dates. Art Campers do NOT receive a confirmation or reminder. In the unlikely event that a course is cancelled, you will be notified as soon as possible.

Deadline

Registration deadline is 5pm, seven days prior to the course start date.

Refunds Refunds are available only if a course is cancelled by CAC due to low enrollment. Art Campers cancelling enrollment before the registration deadline will receive a tuition credit voucher, minus a $5 processing fee, which may only be applied to another class at CAC. No tuition credits will be given after the registration deadline, no exceptions.

Scholarships A limited number of financial aid scholarships are available. Please call the education department at 425.0000 x.29 for information.

Art Camp Faculty Teaching Artists in Our Community Holly Ackiss, Drawing and Painting Nancy Dooley, Drawing and Painting Donna Iona Drozda, Painting and Mixed Media Rachel Nicole Dunavant, Ceramics and Mixed Media Janet Lynn Eggen, Drawing, Painting and Mixed Media Rich Gray, Origami Barbara Kobylinska, Ceramics Kate Kronick, Photography Jeannette Landry, Drawing and Painting James O’Connor, Drawing, Painting and Mixed Media Jacqueline Poutasse, Mixed Media Ali Rogan, Glass Suzanne Stevens, Painting, Drawing and Mixed Media Martine Strohmeyer, Drawing, Painting, and Mixed Media Teaching Artists in Our Schools Philip Holman, Salem High School, Virginia Beach Mary Beth Nixon, Hickory High School, Chesapeake Cyndi Stephenson-Gibbs, Visual Arts Center at TCC Anne Trafton, Plaza Middle School, Virginia Beach Early Childhood Specialist Kim Herman, 1st Art Visiting Artists Abigail McKenzie, Art Teacher, Flint Hill School, Oakton, VA Andrew Morgan, Washington, D.C. based filmmaker (Co-founders of Clay Day Animation)

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1st Art: Ages 2-5

Instructor: Kim Herman

Let 1st Art be your first stop for educational fun this summer. Our experienced early childhood specialist has designed a fun, age-appropriate curriculum based on a playful approach to art. The 1st Art program engages our youngest artists and fosters learning by teaching fundamental motor skills, increasing self-confidence, promoting awareness of the visual and tactile world, and by integrating the senses. Expect a balance of drawing, painting and craft-based projects during each class.

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Week 1, July 9-13 It’s Artrageous!

P2S0701, Ages 2-3 9:30-10:15am P4S0701, Ages 4-5 11am-Noon Explore the elements of art by experimenting with a variety of media including paint, sculpture, collage and more. Members $60/Non-members $75

Week 2, July 16-20 All Creatures Great and Small P2S0702, Ages 2-3 9:30-10:15am P4S0702, Ages 4-5 11am-Noon Using a variety of media, construct creatures of all shapes and sizes including little mice puppets, elephant wall hangings and dinosaur sculptures. Members $60/Non-members $75

Week 3, July 23-27 It’s a Jungle in Here!

P2S0703, Ages 2-3 9:30-10:15am P4S0703, Ages 4-5 11am-Noon Embark on an imaginary trip to the jungle and use a variety of media to create artwork inspired by alligators, monkeys, flamingos and more. Members $60/Non-members $75

Call 757.425.0000 Registration for CAC members begins April 23, 2007 General Registration begins April 24, 2007

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Week 4, July 30-August 3 Lady Bugs and Lily Pads Hop, jump and fly into this class to discover the colorful habitat of your own backyard. Create a variety of small garden friends including creepy-crawly bugs, lady bugs and more. P2S0704, Ages 2-3 9:30-10:15am P4S0704, Ages 4-5 11am-Noon Members $60/Non-members $75

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Art Campers may attend morning courses, afternoon courses or both for a full day of Art Camp. However, we strongly recommend that 6-8 yearolds not register for a full day. Concentrating on art for more than five hours per day can result in serious burnout for our youngest artists. Those registered for the full day can bring a non-perishable lunch, drink and snack and will be supervised during a 30-minute lunch break.

Students Ages 6-8 Week 1, July 9-13 Here Comes the Sun AC0701; 9-11:45am Instructor: Donna Iona Drozda

Create a large photomontage celebrating the sunshine and summer of 2007 by using the sun’s ultraviolet rays to produce unique solar prints known as cyanotypes. Members $80/Non-members $95

The Glass Lab AC0702; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Ali Rogan

Experiment in the glass lab and study the art and science of glass, a “super-cooled liquid.” Take inspiration from a variety of contemporary artists as you create glass jewelry, glass paintings, glass tiles and etched glass plates. Members $115/Non-members $130

Week 2, July 16–20 Art in the Park AC0703; 9-11:45am Instructor: Donna Iona Drozda Explore the flora and fauna of First Landing State Park and use your discoveries to create a nature field guide. Develop pen-and-ink drawings and watercolor paintings that express your love of the great outdoors. Students will meet at CAC on Monday, Thursday and Friday and at First Landing State Park on Tuesday and Wednesday. Members $80/Non-members $95 catalogue.indd 6

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Week 2 Continued: Meet Me in Mexico AC0704; 12:15-3pm Instructor: TBA

Start your journey in Mexico and travel to several locations in South America to discover the unique art and culture of the continent. Use clay, paint, papier-mâché and more to create South American-inspired artworks. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 3, July 23-27 Kids Counterparts AC0705; 9-11:45am

Instructor: Donna Iona Drozda Create paintings, drawings and sculptures inspired by CAC’s summer exhibition, Counterparts: Contemporary Painters and Their Influences.Explore the galleries with sketchbooks and play. “I Spy with my Artist’s Eye” for creative inspiration. Members $80/Non-members $95

Wild and Free Paint AC0706; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Suzanne Stevens

Create vibrant and energetic artworks and experiment with a range of unconventional materials and methods of painting and printing. Stamps, leaves, kitchen utensils and fingers will replace traditional brushes in this studio course. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 4, July 30-August 3 Drawing for the Youngest Artist I AC0707; 9-11:45am Instructor: Mary Beth Nixon Discover the tricks of the trade. Learn to see objects as forms in space. See how lines, shapes, colors, textures and shadows are the building blocks of every great artist. Members $80/Non-members $95 00 Members $80/Non-members $95 5.00

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Week 4 Continued: Claymation AC0708; 12:15-3pm; Monday-Wednesday only Instructors: Abigail McKenzie & Andrew Morgan

Use teamwork to write your script, sculpt your characters, create props and shoot your short video, complete with sound. Guests are invited to your premiere on the last day. Members $120/Non-members $135 If you would like to have a copy of the video or DVD, please add $15.d $15.)

Week 5, August 6-10 Drawing for the Youngest Artist I AC0709; 9-11:45am Instructor: Mary Beth Nixon

Discover the tricks of the trade. Learn to see objects as forms in space. See how lines, shapes, colors, textures and shadows are the building blocks of every great artist. Members $80/Non-members $95

Drawing for the Youngest Artist II AC0710; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Mary Beth Nixon

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This course builds on Drawing for the Youngest Artist I with more advanced techniques and materials. Art Campers registered for this course must have taken AC0707/09 or be a rising second grader. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 6, August 13-17 Drawing for the Youngest Artist II AC0711; 9-11:45am Instructor: Mary Beth Nixon

This course builds on Drawing for the Youngest Artist I with more advanced techniques and materials. Art Campers registered for this course must have taken AC0707/09 or be a rising second grader. Members $80/Non-members $95

Crazy Constructions AC0712; 12:15-3pm Instructor: James O’Connor

Create an architecturally-inspired sculpture such as a castle, bridge or tower. Experiment with different art materials while you learn sculptural techniques, create armature supports and build surfaces and textures. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 7, August 20-24 Snap, Crackle, POP Art AC0713; 9-11:45am Instructor: Anne Trafton

Explore the Pop Art movement of the 1960’s and the work of artists such as Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein. Take inspiration from these artists and other 21st century objects to create your own pop artworks using drawing, painting and mixed media. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Week 7 Continued: Animation Station AC0714; 12:15-3pm Instructor: James O’Connor “And this year’s Oscar goes to...you!” Create your very own animated short video using just your imagination and drawing talents. Each student receives a video of the class animations. Guests are invited to your premiere on the last day. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 8, August 27-31 Cool Collages AC0715; 9-11:45am Instructor: Nancy Dooley Create vibrant collages using recycled magazines and papers. Students work on individual and group projects and learn the benefits of teamwork and the exchange of imaginative ideas to create artwork. Members $80/Non-members $95

Art Globetrotters AC0716; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Suzanne Stevens Embark on an imaginary trip around the world to discover the art and culture of Africa, Japan, India, Alaska and more. Use your imagination to create paintings and drawings inspired by the animals, people and landscapes from your journey. Members $80/Non-members $95

Students Ages 9-11 Week 1, July 9-13 The Glass Lab AC0717; 9-11:45am Instructor: Ali Rogan Experiment in the glass lab and study the art and science of glass, a “super-cooled liquid.” Take creative inspiration from a variety of contemporary artists as you create glass tiles, sculptures, jewelry and photographic transfers on glass. Members $115/Non-members $130

Here Comes the Sun AC0718; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Donna Iona Drozda Create a large photomontage celebrating the sunshine and summer of 2007 by using the sun’s ultraviolet rays to produce unique solar prints known as cyanotypes. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Week 1 Continued: “Fun”-damentals of Clay AC0719; 12:15-3pm; Monday-Thursday only; continues on Friday of Week 2 Instructor: Rachel Nicole Dunavant Learn the “fun”-damentals of basic ceramic handbuilding techniques and investigate surface design and glazing. Functional and sculptural projects will be explored and students will look at contemporary ceramicists for creative inspiration. Members $90/Non-members $105

Week 2, July 16-20 Reuse, Recycle, Renew AC0720; 9-11:45am Instructor: Rachel Nicole Dunavant

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In a consumerist society it is easy to take for granted the items we use and discard. Through Reuse, Recycle, Renew, students discuss environmental issues and reuse fabric swatches from old clothing, found objects and embellishments to re-create custom artworks such as fashion accessories, wall hangings and sculptures. Members $80/Non-members $95

Art in the Park AC0721; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Donna Iona Drozda

Explore the flora and fauna of First Landing State Park and use your discoveries to create a nature field guide. Develop pen and ink drawings and watercolor paintings that express your love of the great outdoors. Students will meet at CAC on Monday, Thursday and Friday and at First Landing State Park on Tuesday and Wednesday. Members $80/Non-members $95

“Fun”-damentals of Clay AC0719; 12:15-3pm; Friday only; continued from Week 1 Instructor: Rachel Nicole Dunavant Week 3, July 23-27 Journey to Asia AC0722; 9-11:45am Instructor: TBA Embark on an imaginary trip to China, Japan, Indonesia and Korea to learn how these countries have influenced Western culture through design, architecture, movies, manga and more. Use clay, paint, papier-mâché and other media to create Asian-inspired artworks. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Week 3 Continued: Kids Counterparts AC0723; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Donna Iona Drozda

Create paintings, drawings and sculptures inspired by CAC’s summer exhibition, Counterparts: Contemporary Painters and Their Influences. Explore the galleries with sketchbooks and play “I Spy with my Artist’s Eye” for creative inspiration. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 4, July 30-August 3 Claymation AC0724; 9-11:45am; Monday-Wednesday only Instructors: Abigail McKenzie & Andrew Morgan

Use teamwork to write your script, sculpt your characters, create props and shoot your short video, complete with sound. Guests are invited to your premiere on the last day. Members $120/Non-member $135 If you would like to have a copy of the video/DVD, please add $15.

Drawing and Painting Horses AC0726; 9am-3pm; Wednesday-Friday only Instructor: James O’Connor

Spend a day sharpening your skills of observation as you sketch magnificent horses in motion at the Arbor Gate Farm in Pungo. Use your discoveries to develop finished artworks at the CAC studios using a variety of drawing and painting media. Students will meet at CAC on Thursday and Friday and at Arbor Gate Farm in Pungo on Wednesday. Members $80/Non-members $95

Origami Paper Sculpture AC0726; 9-11:45am Instructor: Rich Gray

Learn the basic forms used in traditional Japanese and contemporary paper folding techniques. Explore a wide range of origami papers and discover the rich history of this medium. See how line, texture, color and shape can be used to turn flat sheets of paper in the three-dimensional sculptures of birds, animals and more. Members $80/Non-members $95

Art Globetrotters AC0727; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Suzanne Stevens

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Week 5, August 6-10 Book of Haiku AC0728; 9-11:45am Instructors: Jacqueline Poutasse and James O’Connor Use creative writing skills to compose Japanese-inspired Haiku poems and illustrate them with carved block prints. Learn how to bind your designs into a limited edition set of books. Members $80/Non-members $95

Wild and Free Paint AC0729; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Suzanne Stevens

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Create vibrant and energetic artworks and experiment with a range of unconventional materials and methods of painting and printing. Stamps, leaves, kitchen utensils and fingers will replace traditional brushes in this studio course. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 6, August 13-17 Crazy Constructions AC0730; 9-11:45am Instructor: James O’Connor Create an architecturally-inspired sculpture such as a castle, bridge or tower. Experiment with different art materials while you learn sculptural techniques, create armature supports and build surfaces and textures. Members $80/Non-members $95

Animal Adventures AC0731; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Suzanne Stevens Using paint, charcoal, pastels and more create artwork inspired by a variety of animals and their habitats such as horses, elephants, tigers, monkeys and flamingos. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 7, August 20-24 Animation Station AC0732; 9-11:45am Instructor: James O’Connor

“And this year’s Oscar goes to...you!” Create your very own animated short video using just your imagination and drawing talents. Each student receives a video of the class animations. Guests are invited to your premiere on the last day. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Cool Collages AC0733; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Nancy Dooley

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Create vibrant collages using recycled magazines and papers. Students work on individual and group projects and learn the benefits of teamwork and the exchange of imaginative ideas to create artwork. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 8, August 27-31 Murals that Matter AC0734; 9-11:45am Instructor: Holly Ackiss

Design and create a collaborative mural using paint, oil pastels, markers and more that will be donated to the Judeo-Christian Outreach Center of Virginia Beach. Students will produce works of art that are beneficial to the community while learning the benefits of teamwork. Drawing and painting techniques will be emphasized throughout the course. Each student will take home preliminary designs as well as an individual small mural and photograph of the group project. Members $80/Non-members $95

Discover Book Arts AC0735; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Jacqueline Poutasse

Create a variety of artistic journals and books using a selection of bookbinding techniques. Embellish and decorate your books with a selection of printmaking techniques and photo transfers. Members $80/Non-members $95

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TEENS Ages 12-16 Week 1, July 9-13 See What Develops TS0701; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Kate Kronick Capture everyday moments or extraordinary events on film. Learn the technical and conceptual aspects of darkroom photography, including camera operation, composition, film developing and printing. Please bring an unloaded manual or 35mm automatic camera. CAC will provide each student with one roll of 36 exposures black and white film, 12 sheets of 8x10 photo paper and chemicals. Art Campers provide additional paper or film as needed. Members $90/Non-members $105

The Glass Lab TS0702; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Ali Rogan Experiment in the glass lab and study the art and science of glass, a “super-cooled liquid.” Take creative inspiration from a variety of contemporary artists as you create kiln carved glass tiles, fused glass jewelry reverse painting on glass and photographic portrait transfers. Members $115/Non-members $130

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Week 2, July 16-20 Drawing Big and Tall TS0703; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Philip Holman Using traditional and non-traditional drawing media, experiment with unusual drawing methods to create large bold artworks. Experiment with scale and its effects on how artwork is created and viewed. Explore the possibilities of drawing large scale and focus on personal expression and style. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Week 3, July 23-27 Clay Tea Party TS0704; 12:15-3pm; Monday-Thursday only; continues on Friday of Week 4 Instructor: Rachel Nicole Dunavant

Students learn the fundamentals of hand-building clay techniques as they design and create an original teapot and matching drinking cups. Throughout the process students consider the form, function and surface design of the individual pieces. Members $90/Non-members $105

Art for the Masses: Printmaking and Popular Culture TS0705; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Philip Holman

Explore a variety of printmaking techniques including, woodcut, linocut and collagraph.. Express ideas that are important to you and create artworks with personal meaning through this graphic medium. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 4, July 30-August 3 Clay Tea Party TS0704; 12:15-3pm; Friday only; continued from Week 3 Instructor: Rachel Nicole Dunavant See What Develops TS0706; 12:15-3pm Instructor: Kate Kronick

Capture everyday moments or extraordinary events on film. Learn the technical and conceptual aspects of darkroom photography, including camera operation, composition, film developing and printing. Please bring an unloaded manual or 35mm automatic camera. CAC will provide each student with one roll of 36 exposures black and white film, 12 sheets of 8x10 photo paper and chemicals. Art Campers provide additional paper or film as needed. Members $90/Non-members $105 catalogue.indd 15

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Week 4 Continued: Encaustic Painting TS0707; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Martine Strohmeyer Explore the ancient technique of encaustic painting to create a series of prints. Encaustic paint is made from pure pigment, beeswax and resin and is applied hot using a variety of tools, revealing a velvety matte finish when cool. The medium can then be textured, scraped, incised, embossed, sculpted and mixed media can be imbedded. Experiment with a variety of designs and embellishments to create unique and original artworks. Members $90/Non-members $105

Alter Egos TS0708; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Cyndi Stephenson-Gibbs

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Redefine or reinvent yourself by hand-manipulating a digital photograph to create a unique and 2-or3-dimensional personal composition. Incorporate a variety of techniques and mixed media materials into a finalized artwork. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 5, August 6-10 Site-Specific Installation Art TS0709; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Martine Strohmeyer Explore the work of contemporary artists to get creative inspiration for a collaborative installation sculpture to be created on the CAC grounds. Use a variety of materials and found objects to complete this unique experience. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 6, August 13-17 Clay Constructions TS0710; 12:15-3pm; Monday-Thursday only; continues on Friday of Week 7 Instructor: Barbara Kobylinska From beginning hand-building clay techniques to intermediate projects, students learn the fundamentals of ceramics while investigating the relationship between art and nature. Explore a variety of techniques including basic pinch pots, soft and hard slab strategies and extrusions to discover the possibilities in clay construction. Members $90/Non-members $105

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Week 6 Continued:

Reuse, Recycle, Renew TS0711; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Rachel Nicole Dunavant

In a consumerist society it is easy to take for granted the items we use and discard. Through Reuse, Recycle, Renew, students discuss environmental issues and reuse fabric swatches from old clothing, found objects and embellishments to re-create custom artworks such as fashion accessories, wall hangings and sculptures. Members $80/Non-members $95

Painting with the Sun TS0712; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Martine Strohmeyer

Explore the history of cyanotype images from the 19th century to contemporary photography. Design a series of cyanotype prints, an alternative photography technique utilizing the sun’s ultraviolet rays instead of a camera. Students collect foliage specimens, found objects and other natural objects to help form their compositions. Members $80/Non-members $95

Week 7, August 20-24 Introduction to Sculpture TS0713; 12:15-3pm; Monday-Thursday only; continues on Friday of Week 8 Instructor: Barbara Kobylinska

Intermediate to advanced students of clay explore sculptural hand-building techniques, surface design and glazing while investigating the relationship between architectural and organic forms. Functional and sculptural projects will be explored and students look at contemporary ceramicists for creative inspiration. Members $90/Non-members $105

Clay Constructions TS0710; 12:15-3pm; Friday only; (continued from Week 6) Instructor: Barbara Kobylinska Color Your Mood TS0714; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Jeannette Landry

Explore a variety of drawing techniques using color pencil on textured papers. Experiment with application and layering techniques as well as sharpening your observation skills. Emphasis will be placed on the use of color and value to express mood. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Week 8, August 27-31 Introduction to Sculpture TS0713; 12:15-3pm; Friday only; continued from Week 7 Instructor: Barbara Kobylinska

The Decorated Book TS0715; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Jacqueline Poutasse

Create a personalized hand-bound art journal using a selection of bookbinding techniques and styles. Embellish and decorate your journal with a selection of papermaking, printmaking and photo transfers. Members $80/Non-members $95

What’s your Story? TS0716; 3:30-6:15pm Instructor: Janet Lynn Eggen

How would you define or redefine yourself through art? Explore the history of self-portraiture in art and create a three-dimensional mixed media portrait using clay. Add layers of paint, fabric, yarn and other found objects to personalize the sculpture. Self-expression, technique and craftsmanship will be emphasized. Members $80/Non-members $95

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Art Camp Registration Form

Please review the new 2007 registration policies on page one prior to filling out form!

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Card #__________________________________________________Expiration Date _________________ Signature_______________________________________________________________________________ Return this form with payment to: CAC Art Camp, 2200 Parks Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 Registration for members begins April 23, 2007. General registration starts April 24, 2007. Questions? Call 757.425.0000, ext. 29. or 757.425.0000 ext. 0 Again, please read the registration policy for mail-in Art Camp registrations.

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September 7-20, 2007 Celebrate the artistic accomplishments of Art Campers at the Prisms 2007 art exhibition on view in CAC’s Fleming Gallery. Art Campers, their families and friends are invited to share in the excitement at the closing reception, Thursday, September 20, 2007, 5:30-7pm. Artwork can be taken home at the close of the reception.

Prisms 2007

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