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Welcome to UNM Continuing Education Youth Summer Programs! From sports to law, music, engineering, LEGOS, theatre, film and architecture, golf and yoga, there are camps and classes to pique every interest. We are proud of our programs and instructors and invite your child to join us for an unforgettable summer of fun and friendship. While many of our programs take place on the UNM Main Campus, other classes and camps take place at locations throughout the community, including UNM West. And while we are focused upon engaging your child in fun and meaningful activities, safety is always our primary concern. All of our instructors and staff undergo background checks and we are committed to the well-being of all of our campers. On behalf of UNM Continuing Education youth programs, I look forward to answering any of your questions and sharing more about our camps and classes. Please feel free to contact me at naomis@unm.edu or 505-277-0698. Best wishes for a happy, healthy and fun-filled summer for your family! Naomi Sandweiss, MA


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Youth Program Contact Info 3 Youth Program Policies 3 Registration Information 3 Refunds 3 Tuition Remission 4 Youth Camps 15 Youth Classes 18 Just for Teens

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Naomi Sandweiss Youth Program Supervisor Naomi earned a M.A. in Education in 1989. Previously, she worked as Program Director for a youth-serving non-profit and as a summer program educator. Naomi has been running the UNM Continuing Education Youth program for 6 years. Naomi loves working with kids and providing educational opportunities for youngsters outside the classroom.

Contact Info: Naomi Sandweiss Youth Program Supervisor Phone: 505-277-0698 Fax: 505-277-8975 Email: naomis@unm.edu

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Youth Program Policies REGISTRATION: For registration information, class availability, class cancellations or waiting lists, call 505-277-0077. Parents or guardians must sign students in and out of each class session unless prior permission is given. Please download and complete the Emergency Contact and Code of Conduct Forms at ce.unm.edu/downloads, complete them and bring them to the first class session. A minimum enrollment is needed for the camps and classes to run as scheduled. If a class or camp is cancelled by the UNM Continuing Education Youth program, a full refund will be provided. Participants requesting special accommodations need to contact the Youth Program Supervisor two weeks prior to the start of course at 505-277-0698.

REFUNDS: Requests to refund tuition must be made in writing and received 3 business days prior to the first class meeting. UNM Continuing Education retains $15 as a processing fee. Send or bring your request to the UNMCE Resistration office, FAX to 505-277-1990, or email ceregistration@unm.edu.

TUITION REMISSION: Youth classes are not eligible for the UNM Tuition Remission Benefit. However, many employees reserve pre-tax flexible spending dollars to pay for children’s spring break and summer programs.

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YOUTH CAMPS * Please download and complete the Emergency Contact Form and Code of Conduct at ce.unm.edu under youth forms and bring to first class session.

On Campus Day Camp Session 1 (ages 6-8 & 9-10) Make new friends in a safe, fun camp environment. Lunch is provided at no cost in cooperation with the City of Albuquerque. Campers attending Youth Sports Fitness will be escorted to Johnson Center. Course: 17300 $175 Section SUA: Jun 2-19 M-Th Note: For ages 6-8 only Section SUB: Jun 2-19 M-Th Note: For ages 9-10 only Both Sections: UNM Main Campus

9:00am–1:00pm 9:00am–1:00pm

On Campus Day Camp Session 2 (ages 6-8 & 9-10) Make new friends in a safe, fun camp environment. Lunch is provided at no cost in cooperation with the City of Albuquerque. Campers attending Youth Sports Fitness will be escorted to Johnson Center. Course: 17320 $175 Section SUA: Jun 2-19 M-Th Note: For ages 6-8 only Section SUB: Jun 23-Jul 10 M-Th Note: For ages 9-10 only Both Sections: UNM Main Campus

9:00am–1:00pm 9:00am–1:00pm

Early Bird Care (ages 6-10) Campers are supervised from 8:00am–9:00am prior to camp. Activities include games and crafts. Pre-registration is required. Course: 17301 $60 Section SUA: Jun 2-19 M-Th Section SUB: Jun 23-Jul 10 M-Th Both Sections: UNM Main Campus

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Youth Sports Fitness Program (ages 6-14) Do you know an active kid who loves to move? During this camp, participants rotate through daily sports activities with their age group that include tennis, tumbling, soccer, badminton, softball, volleyball, basketball, track and field and swimming. The 6-7 year-old group participates in modified sports activities plus tumbling. Campers are guided in the practice of effective teamwork and sportsmanship. All activities take place in Johnson Center and on Johnson Field on the UNM Main Campus. Course: 17999 $150 Section SUA: Jun 2-19 M-Th Section SUB: Jun 23-Jul 10 M-Th Both Sections: UNM Main Campus

1:00pm–5:00pm 1:00pm–5:00pm

LEGO® NASA Space Mission Camp (ages 6-11) Enjoy this week-long, half or full-day LEGO® camp with a space/Star Wars theme. Participants build LEGO® models based on NASA space missions, including the Space Shuttle, Satellites, robots, space orbiters, centrifuges and more. In addition, there’s Star Wars LEGO® and model building, free LEGO® play, and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Course: 17143 $165 Section SUA: Jun 9-13 M-F 8:30am–12:00pm Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Marvel Superheros Camp. Course: 17143 (Full day) $315 Section SUB: Jul 14-18 M-F Both Sections: CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

9:00am–4:00pm

LEGO® Marvel Superheroes Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) Learn, build and have fun building LEGO® brick models of favorite Superheroes like Spiderman, the Hulk and Ironman, plus motorized models like the Hulk Puncher, Spiderman Slinger and Batman tumbler. Also enjoy LEGO® board and computer games, creative free play and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® NASA Space Mission Camp. Course: 17152 $165 Section SUA: Jun 9-13 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

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1:00pm–4:30pm

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LEGO® Forces of Nature Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) Learn about the power of nature and build LEGO® brick models like the Tsunami, Cyclone, Earthquakes and more. Also enjoy LEGO® board and computer games, creative free play and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Animal Grossology Half-Day Camp. Course: 17153 $165 Section SUA: J un 16-20 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

8:30am–12:00pm

LEGO® Animal Grossology Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) Discover the zany biology of our animal friends and build different creatures each day on the way to becoming a certified Grossologists. Customize your creations with gears, axles, motors and more. In addition, campers will play LEGO® board games and enjoy LEGO® creative free play and more. Each child receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Forces of Nature Half-Day Camp. Course: 17141 $165 Section SUA: Jun 16-20 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

1:00pm–4:30pm

LEGO® Amusement Park Mania Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) Spend five half days building LEGO® models like the Tsunami, Cyclone, Swingo-Rama, Tornado and other amusement park rides. Modify models, add gears, axles, motors and battery packs. In addition, campers will play LEGO® board games, and receive a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Remote Control Camp. Course: 17142 $165 Section SUA: Jun 23-27 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

8:30am–12:00pm

LEGO® Remote Control Mania Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) First build LEGO® brick models like the airplane, helicopter, dragster and more and then add remote control devices to really watch your creations move! Also enjoy LEGO® board and computer games, creative free play and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Amusement Park Mania Camp. Course: 17147 $165 Section SUA: Jun 23-27 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

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LEGO® Brick Olympics Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) It is a five-day LEGO® Olympics camp, where children build Basketball, soccer, field hockey, gymnastics, Pentathalon and Olympic village models. In addition, participants will use their creativity to build althletic stadiums and modify bricks with gears, axles, motors and more. Play LEGO® board games, enjoy free play and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Model Designer Camp. Course: 17139 $165 Section SUA: Jul 21-25 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

8:30am–12:00pm

LEGO® Model Designer Half-Day Camp (ages 6-11) Spend five half days building LEGO® models like the Swing-o-Rama, Pyramid, Tornado, Mini Golf and more and then come up with unique ideas to modify and change them up. using gears, axles, motors and more. In addition, campers will play LEGO® board games and receive a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Note: To create a full day camp, bring a lunch & pair with LEGO® Brick Olympics Camp. Course: 17144 $165 Section SUA: Jul 21-25 M-F CE South Building Pat Masters, New Mexico Certified Teacher

1:00pm–4:30pm

Architecture, Language and Cultural Design Studios (ages 8-12) Stretch your creativity with exploring architectural design, culture and language. In this team-taught camp, you will participate in a variety of hands-on design projects while being exposed to both Japanese and Spanish language and culture. Course: 17154 $165 Section SUA: Jun 16-20 M-F Section SUB: Jun 23-27 M-F UNM Main Campus Atsuko Sakai & Catalina Salinas

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9:00am–1:00pm 9:00am–1:00pm

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Make Your Case: Introduction to Law Camp (ages 10-14) Curious about the law? This camp will introduce kids to the legal process through hands-on participation in a mock trial. Led by an experienced judge and mock trial coach, participants will enhance their skills in public speaking, critical thinking, and organization as they make their case. Course: 17533 Section SUA: August 4-8 CE South Building Judge Frank Sedillo

$165 M-F

12:30pm-4:00pm

The Magic of Realistic Drawing Mini Camp (ages 9-14) Calling all aspiring artists! This fun-filled learning experience, taught by artist Eric Teitelbaum, creator of the Pink Panther comic strip, includes step-by-step lessons on how to create realistic drawings—using charcoal, pen and ink, and water color. Activities cover elements of art, still-life, realistic sketching, shadow effects, perspective, point-to-point drawing and more. All materials are included. Course: 17060 Section SUA: Jun 9-11 CE South Building Eric Teitelbaum

$125 MTW

9:00am–12:00pm

Funny Pictures Mini-Camp (ages 9-16) Make this the summer to develop your creative skills! Participants will learn cartooning from Eric Teitelbaum, co-creator of the Pink Panther comic strip whose drawings have also been featured in the New Yorker Magazine. All materials are included. Course: 17720 Section SUA: Jun 9-11 CE South Building Eric Teitelbaum

$125 MTW

1:00pm–4:00pm

Computer Video Game Design Mini-Camp (ages 9-16) From the history of games to designing characters, developing a story-line to basic motion and effects, video game fans will learn computer video game design techniques. You’ll use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Flash software to create your designs. Course: 17725 Section SUA: Jun 9-11 Section SUB: Jun 12 CE South Building Scott Saltsman

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Advanced Computer Video Game Design (ages 10-16) This workshop is for those who have taken Computer Video Game design or have permission of the instructor. Take your games to the next level using the advanced features of Adobe Flash in creating levels of interactivity for game development. Students will develop advanced skills in storyboarding, project layout and character design while using the special effects features of Flash for creating interactive game motion graphics. Learn from an instructor whose worked has included Spiderman and X-Man projects Course: 17323 Section SUA: Jun 13 CE South Building Scott Saltsman

$125 T

8:30am–5:00pm

An Introduction to Computer Animation & Special Effects (ages 9-16) Calling all animation lovers! If you’d like to learn how motion graphics and computer effects are generated and the digital techniques for creating your own animated short, then this information-packed summer workshop is just what you’re looking for. From building digital design, to mastering special software, to story-boarding, special effects and sound files, this program provides a fun-filled learning experience for young artists who are fascinated by the world of special effects animation. Jib-Jab anyone?! Course: 17324 Section SUA: Jun 9-11 CE South Building Scott Saltsman

$125 MTW

1:00pm–4:00pm

Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp (ages 8-12) Travel around the world and back with Maxwell Museum of Anthropology’s summer camp. Through hands-on activities such as archeology digs, fossil investigations, instrument making, bread baking and more, participants explore archeology, the lives of early humans, fossils, world music, global cultures and Native American traditions. All activities take place on the UNM Campus at the Maxwell Museum/Hibben Center. Course: 17456 Section SUA: Jun 9-12 Section SUB: Jul 14-17 UNM Maxwell Museum Amy Grochowski

$190 M-Th M-Th

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9:00am–5:00pm 9:00am–5:00pm

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Half-Day Drum Camp (ages 7-14) Learn and practice West African drumming and make your own authentic gourd shekere. All drums, instruments are provided. Note: Materials fee of $15 is payable to instructor at first class session. Families are invited to participate in drumming the last day. Course: 17450 Section SUA: Jul 21-25 UNM Main Campus Rosario Carelli

$150 M-F

9:00am–12:00pm

Clay Creations Camp (ages 6-10) Students will enjoy hands-on clay activities including pinch pots, coil pots and mosaics over a one week, half-day session. Note: Materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at the first class. To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Puppet Pandemonium Camp. Course: 17100 Section SUA: Jun 23-27 CE South Building Gary Sanchez

$125 M-F

9:00am–12:00pm

Puppet Pandemonium Camp (ages 8-12) Have fun creating your own favorite real or fantasy animal marionette and learn how to perform with it. We will make large colorful papier mache marionettes with moving parts. All materials included. To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Clay Creations Half-Day Camp. Course: 17700 Section SUA: Jun 23-27 CE South Building Sunny Birkland

$125 M-F

12:30pm-4:00pm

Out of this World Adventure Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) Is mankind ready to inhabit the moon? With some help from Engineering for Kids students, humans will be prepared to take up residence by the end of the week. Students will team up to create the safest and most effective community on the moon. Aerospace, chemical, and civil engineering are all introduced in this camp. Students will utilize the Engineering Design Process to create their very own straw rockets, bottle rockets, bridges and more! To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with LEGO® Robotics Mission to Mars Half-Day Camp. Course: 17156 Section SUA: Jun 2-6 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

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$160 M-F

9:00am–12:00pm

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LEGO® Robotics Mission to Mars Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) During this camp, students will design and program robots to explore an unknown planet, find safe shelter, and collect soil samples from the planet. Students will use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Out of this World Adventure Half-Day Camp. Course: 17157 Section SUA: Jun 2-6 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

1:00pm–4:00pm

Momentum Madness Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) Zero to sixty in two seconds?! How fast can an object go without compromising safety? Students in this camp will learn basics of industrial, mechanical, and electrical engineering. They will work with their Pit Crew to design and build vehicles, such as dragsters and hovering levitrons, which should be able to withstand astonishing speeds. Fasten your seat belt, the race has begun! To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Video Game Design: Racing Games Half-Day Camp. Course: 17158 Section SUA: Jun 16-20 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

9:00am–12:00pm

Video Game Design: Racing Games Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) Buckle up! Students will get to hop into the driver seat and experience the life of a video game designer. Using Multimedia Fusion 2®, students will create their own racing game. They will design a racetrack, race cars and an environment in which their cars compete. Students will take home a copy of the game they create. To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Momentum Madness Half-Day Camp. Course: 17159 Section SUA: Jun 16-20 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

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1:00pm–4:00pm

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Engineering Olympiad Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) Who has the strength to be a world-class athlete? In this camp, students will separate into countries and will compete against opposing countries in various tests of mental and creative strength. The students will earn “medals” throughout the week and will endeavor to become the next great team of Olympians. Students will explore the fields of mechanical, marine, electrical, and civil engineering as they participate in various challenges to strengthen their minds. To create a full-day camp, bring your lunch and pair with LEGO® Robotics Olympics Half-Day Camp. Course: 17161 Section SUA: Jul 7-11 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

9:00am–12:00pm

LEGO® Robotics Olympics Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) During this camp, students design and program robots to compete in simulated Olympic events such as a sprinting in a race, throwing a basketball, shooting a puck into a hockey goal, and competing in a good old fashioned game of tug of war! Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Engineering Olympiad Half-Day Camp. Course: 17162 Section SUA: Jul 7-11 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

1:00pm–4:00pm

Wreck-It Week Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) Smash! Crash! BOOM! Students in this camp will join Wrecking Companies for the week and will attempt to work their way up the ranks of their company from Intern to President. They will compete against other wrecking companies in various engineering-related challenges, such as building a bridge from balsawood and constructing safety mechanisms to protect a raw egg from impact. Put on your hard hats and safety goggles and join the fun! To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Video Game Design: Platform Games Half-Day Camp. Course: 17163 Section SUA: Jul 28-Aug 1 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

9:00am–12:00pm

Video Game Design: Platform Games Half-Day Camp (ages 7-14) Students will use Multimedia Fusion 2® to create their own video game. A platform game is a side-scrolling, Mario-type game where students program characters and a two-dimensional obstacle course. They attempt to avoid or overcome

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enemies and reach an end goal on multiple levels. Students take home a copy of the game they create. To create a full-day camp, bring a lunch and pair with Wreck-It Week Half-Day Camp. Course: 17164 Section SUA: Jul 28-Aug 1 Engineering for Kids Engineering for Kids Staff

$160 M-F

1:00pm–4:00pm

Ballet & Contemporary Dance (ages 6-14) Build the foundations of dance with our expert teachers in ballet and contemporary movement. Camp will include daily studio instruction in ballet, contemporary, and choreography, as well as a little bit of dance history and a few arts and crafts activities. Campers will perform short pieces for their family and friends at the conclusion of camp! No experience necessary. Course: 17165 Section SUA: Jun 2-6 Section SUB: Jul 14-18 Keshet Dance Studio Keshet Artistic Staff

$230 M-F M-F

8:30am–4:00pm 8:30am–4:00pm

Jazz and Hip Hop Dance (ages 6-14) Feel the groove with the rhythmic steps and awesome music of Jazz and Hip Hop styles. Camp will include daily studio instruction in jazz, hip hop, and choreography, as well as a little bit of dance history and a few arts and crafts activities. Campers will perform short pieces for their family and friends at the conclusion of camp! No experience necessary Course: 17166 Section SUA: Jun 9-13 Keshet Dance Studio Keshet Artistic Staff

$230 M-F

8:30am–4:00pm

Musical Theater Workshop (ages 6-14) Build a show! Campers will work throughout the week to build a show from the ground-up. Camp will include daily studio instruction in jazz dance, plus they will practice their singing and acting, design costumes and sets, and learn a bit of dance and theater history. Campers will perform their show for their family and friends at the conclusion of camp! No experience necessary. Course: 17167 Section SUA: Jun 7-11 Keshet Dance Studio Keshet Artistic Staff

$230 M-F

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8:30am–4:00pm

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Creative Arts Camp by the NM Jazz Workshop (ages 6-14) Creative arts camp is an unique opportunity to dive in and get those creative juices flowing!  We offer a wide array of classes, taught by some of Albuquerque’s finest teachers.  From drama, art dance and martial arts to drumming, singing and garage band, there is something for everyone at Creative Arts Camp! Course: 17457 $335 Section SUA: Jun 2-13 M-F 9:00am–3:00pm Note: For ages 6-10 Section SUB: Jun 30-Jul 11 M-F 9:00am–3:00pm Note: For ages 11-14 Both sections: Montessori of the Rio Grande Charter School Nicole Larsen

High Desert Yoga Camp (ages 6-11) High Desert Yoga Kids Camp provides a safe and nurturing environment where children can strengthen their sense of confidence, focus, breath, creativity, physical awareness and appreciation of their whole being through yoga, movement and art. Campers will learn yoga poses, games, mindfulness and self-calming techniques, breathing practices and fun songs. Course: 17523 $120 Section SUA: Jun 16-19 M-F Section SUB: Jul 7-10 M-F Section SUC: Jul 14-17 M-F Section SUD: Jul 21-24 M-F All sections: High Desert Yoga, Nob Hill Katja Lauterstein

1:00pm–4:00pm 1:00pm–4:00pm 1:00pm–4:00pm 1:00pm–4:00pm

Acting for Stage & Screen (ages 6-11) Young actors will spend five days working on plays, movies, and commercials. They’ll learn about improvisation and play lots of hilarious improv games that continue to teach skills such as teamwork and quick thinking. Make new friends and be creative! The last 45 minutes of the final class will be a show starring you for friends and family! Course: 17138 Section SUA: June 9-13 CE South Building Sol Acting Staff

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$200 M-F

8:30am–4:00pm

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YOUTH CLASSES Keyboarding Skills for Kids (ages 8-13) In this class, participants will gain knowledge, practice and confidence in the life-long skill of keyboarding. Students will become familiar with the home row, learn keyboarding skills and shortcuts, and have access to free online keyboarding resources. Course: 17606 $50 Section SUA: Jun 2-23 M Note: For ages 8-10 Section SUB: Jul 7-28 M Note: For ages 11-13 Both sections: CE South Building Terri Tucker

10:00am–12:00pm 10:00am–12:00pm

Creative Writing (ages 9-12) Put your imagination to work! Using prompts, pictures, quotes, comic strips and more, participants will engage in writing short stories or starting a novel. Over a six-week period, students compose stories, give and receive feedback, and revise their work to create memorable characters and plots. Course: 17179 Section SUA: Jul 12-Aug 2 CE South Building Terri Tucker

$120 Sa

10:00am–12:00pm

Toon Time: Born to Draw drawing class (ages 7-11) While having fun drawing cartoon characters, students will be introduced to the formal elements of drawing, including line, shape, placement, angles, textures, value, color and perspective. Materials are provided. Course: 17544 Section SUA: Jul 7-23 UNM WEST Section SUB: Jul 8-24 CE South Building Both sections: Elaine Cimino

$160 MW TTh

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12:30pm-2:30pm 10:00am–12:00pm

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Still Life: Born to Draw drawing Class (ages 7-11) Students will build observational drawing while completing sketches of an animal or still life. Each student will make a portfolio and learn how to use the color wheel. Materials are provided. Course: 17544 Section SUA: J un 17-Jul 3 CE South Building Section SUB: Jun 16-Jul 2 UNM WEST Both sections: Elaine Cimino

$160 TTh

10:00am–12:00pm

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12:30pm-2:30pm

Art & Design for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15) Using pencil, charcoal, colored pencils and pen and ink, young artists will explore the seven elements of design over a six-week period. All materials are provided. Participants are invited to follow-up this class with 17064: Color for Teens & Tweens. Note: Materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at first class session. Course: 17062 Section SUA: Jun 12-Jul 17 CE South Building Gary Sanchez

$90 Th

3:00pm-4:30pm

Color for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15) Building upon art and design concepts, teens and tweens will focus on using color in their artwork. Students will utilize a variety of media, including oil pastels, watercolors, acrylics and mixed media. All materials are provided. Prerequisite: Art & Design for Teens and Tweens or permission of the instructor. Note: Materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at the first class session. Course: 17064 Section SUA: Jun 12-Jul 10 CE South Building Gary Sanchez

$90 Th

4:30pm-6:00pm

Junior Golf (ages 8-12) Students in this class will learn the basic fundamentals of golf, golf course rules and etiquette, strategies, pitching, chipping and play and putting from a PGA Professional. Students will play on the UNM Championship Golf course. Clubs provided for those who do not have them. Course: 17998 $120 Section SUA: Jun 7, 14 & 21 Sa UNM Championship Golf Course George Trujeque

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9:00am–11:00am

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Yoga for Kids (ages 6-11) Children can strengthen their sense of confidence, focus, breath, creativity, physical awareness and appreciation of their whole being through yoga, movement and art. Course: 17525 Section SUA: Jun 9-Jul 28 High Desert Yoga Julie Pacheco

$110 M

4:15pm-5:15pm

Tae Kwon Do for Children (ages 6-12) Participants learn the basics of Tae Kwon Do, a Korean art of self-defense. In addition, students will develop social, motor and safety skills which will help them excel in their lives. Fee entitles students to unlimited weekly access to age-appropriate classes. Uniform and patches are included in fee; classes take place in an inviting and comfortable 8100 square foot training center. Course: 17510 $120 Section SUA: Jun 2-Jul 12 MWF TTh Sa Section SUB: Jun 23-Aug 2 MWF TTh Sa Blackman Tae Kwon Do Philip & Kristine Blackman

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4:30–5:15pm 6:00pm–6:45pm 10:00am–10:45am 4:30pm–5:15pm 6:00pm–6:45pm 10:00am–10:45am

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JUST FOR TEENS Architecture and Design Camp (ages 14-17) High school students participate in a one-week studio workshop designed to tap their creativity and expose them to the field of architecture and other design disciplines. The program is centered around hands-on activities, fieldtrips and instruction by Architecture faculty at the University of New Mexico. Students’ work will be displayed. Each student will receive their own high-quality design kit. Course: 17225 $320 Section SUA: J ul 28-Aug 1 M-F UNM School of Architecture & Planning Atsuko Sakai

9:00am–12:30pm

3D Printers and Laser Cutting: Introduction to Digital Fabrication for Teens (ages 14-18) Have you heard of 3D printers and laser cutting? In this week-long program, high school students will use 2D fabrication tools at the school of Architecture and Planning to create design models, transfer them by computer to 3D files, learn how to print in 3D and produce work to use in a design portfolio. Course: 17226 $250 Section SUA: Jul 28-Aug 1 M-F UNM School of Architecture & Planning Kristina H. Yu

1:00pm-4:00pm

Introduction to Energy Issues and Building Environments (ages 14-18) High schoolers interested in sustainability and energy efficient design will participate in a week’s worth of hands-on activities to learn the science of sustainability, compare traditional and sustainable building techniques and explore solar design, photovoltaic panels and LED lighting. In addition, they will build models and create a portfolio of their work. Course: 17229 $250 Section SUA: Aug 4-8 M-F UNM School of Architecture & Planning Kristina H. Yu

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9:00am–12:00pm

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Film Camp (ages 13-17) Work with a team to make your own film. Learn the basics of camcorder operation, how to compose a shot; maximize the power of visuals, basic lighting and grip techniques. Course: 17350 Section SUA: Jun 23-27 Section SUB: Jul 21-25 DATA Charter School John Grace

$325 M-F M-F

9:00am–5:00pm 9:00am–5:00pm

Yoga Camp for Teens (ages 12-17) Teens will challenge themselves with a sweet combination of physical vigor, deep relaxation and fun. Yoga practice offers benefits including stress reduction, better breathing, improving focus and cultivating confidence. Course: 17523 Section SUA: Jun 16-19 Section SUB: Jul 7-10 Section SUC: Jul 14-17 Section SUD: Jul 21-24 High Desert Yoga, Nob Hill Shana Lane

$120 M-F M-F M-F M-F

1:00–4:00pm 1:00–4:00pm 1:00–4:00pm 1:00–4:00pm

Introduction to Silversmithing and Jewelry Making (ages 13-17) Do you love jewelry? Do you want to create your own? During this two-session class, participants will make a sterling silver ring and earrings, bracelets or pendants under the guidance of a jeweler. Techniques used include sawing, cutting, filing, shaping metal, silver soldering, chasing/texturing, dapping/doming, oxidizing, hammering, and finishing pieces by hand. Note: Materials fee of $80 is payable to the instructor at the first session and includes all materials. No prior experience necessary. Course: 17543 $50 Section SUA: Jun 12-13 ThF Diener Studio in SW Area-Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

1:00pm-4:00pm

Teen Acting 101 For Film (ages 12-17) Teen actors will work on focus, communication, teamwork, and using their imaginations in this one-week summer camp. Learn about and develop the characters in your scripts and bring them to life using our core acting techniques. Friends and family are invited to a showcase on the last day of camp! Course: 17555 Section SUA: July 14-18 CE South Building Sol Acting Staff

$120 M-F

ce.unm.edu/youth | 505-277-0077

8:30am–4:00pm

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Introduction to Enameling (ages 13-17) Enameling is the colorful result of fusing powdered glasses to metal with high heat, forming a durable coating. This class provides you with an overview of the ancient art of enameling, from metal preparation, properties of enamel, including dry and wet applications, kiln firing, and safe studio practices. Students will create wearable and non-wearable enameled works ,using copper as a base. The focus will be on learning varied approaches to applying enamel to the copper surface and taking work to a finished degree. No previous jewelry making or metalworking experience is necessary. Note: Materials fee of $85 due at the beginning of first class. Course: 17542 $50 Section SUA: Jun 19, 20 ThF Diener Studio in SW Area-Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

1:00pm-4:00pm

Yoga Class for Teens (ages 12-17) Teens will challenge themselves with a sweet combination of physical vigor, deep relaxation and fun. Yoga practice offers benefits including stress reduction, better breathing, improving focus and cultivating confidence. Course: 17522 Section SUA: Jun 5-Jul 31 High Desert Yoga, Nob Hill Shana Lane

$120 Th

4:15-5:15pm

Tae Kwon Do for Teens (ages 13-17) Teens learn the basics of Tae Kwon Do, a Korean art of self-defense, in classes with beginning adults. Students will develop social, motor and safety skills, which will help them excel in their lives. Students receive unlimited weekly access to adult classes. Uniforms are included in fee and classes take place in an inviting training center. Course: 17511 Section SUA: Jun 2-Jul 13 Section SUB: Jun 23-August 3 Blackman TaeKwon Do Philip & Kristine Blackman

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$120 MW TTh F S MW TTh F S

5:15-6:15pm 6:45-7:45pm 6:00-7:00pm 9:00–10:00am 5:15-6:15pm 6:45-7:45pm 6:00-7:00pm 9:00–10:00am

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Ages 7-14 Ages 6-14 Ages 7-14 Ages 6-14 Ages 6-10 Ages 6-10

June 9-13

Ages 6-11 Ages 6-14 Ages 6-11 Ages 8-12 Ages 6-14 Ages 6-10 Ages 6-10 Ages 6-10

June 16-20

Ages 6-11 Ages 6-14 Ages 6-11 Ages 7-14 Ages 7-14 Ages 8-12 Ages 6-11 & 12-17 Ages 6-10

June 23-27

Ages 6-10 Ages 6-11 Ages 6-14 Ages 6-11 Ages 8-12 Ages 6-10 Ages 8-12 Ages 13-17

June 30-July 4 Ages 6-10 Ages 6-14 Ages 11-14

July 7-11

Ages 6-10 Ages 6-14 Ages 7-14 Ages 7-14 Ages 6-14 Ages 11-14 Ages 6-11 & 12-17

July 14-18

Ages 6-11 Ages 8-12 Ages 6-14 Ages 12-17 Ages 6-11 & 12-17

July 21-25

Ages 6-11 Ages 6-11 Ages 7-14 Ages 13-17 Ages 6-11 & 12-17

July 28-August 1

Ages 7-14 Ages 7-14 Ages 14-17 Ages 14-17

August 4-8

Ages 10-14 Ages 14-17

Out of this World Adventure Youth Sports Fitness Session 1 Robotics Mission to Mars Ballet and Contemporary Dance Creative Arts Camp, NM Jazz Workshop On Campus Day Camp Session 1

Half Day AM Half Day PM, Week 1 Half Day PM Full Day Full Day, Week 1 Half Day AM, Week 1

p. 10 p. 5 p. 11 p. 13 p. 14 p. 4

LEGO NASA Space Mission Youth Sports Fitness Session 1 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp Jazz & Hip Hop Dance Creative Arts Camp, NM Jazz Workshop On Campus Day Camp Session 1 Acting for Stage & Screen

Half Day AM Half Day PM, Week 2 Half Day PM Full Day Full Day Full Day, Week 2 Half Day AM, Week 2 Full Day

p. 5 p. 5 p. 5 p. 9 p. 13 p. 14 p. 4 p. 14

LEGO Forces of Nature Youth Sports Fitness Session 1 LEGO Animal Grossology Momentum Madness Video Game Design Racing Rides Architecture/Language/Culture Design Studio High Desert Yoga Camp On Campus Day Camp Session 1

Half Day AM p. 6 Half Day PM, Week 3 p. 5 Half Day PM p. 6 Half Day AM p. 11 Half Day PM p. 11 Half Day AM p. 7 Half Day PM p. 14, 19 Half Day AM, Week 3 p. 4

On Campus Day Camp Session 2 LEGO Amusement Park Mania Youth Sports Fitness Session 2 LEGO Remote Control Mania Architecture, Language & Culture Studio Clay Creations Puppet Pandemonium Film Camp

Half Day AM, Week 1 Half Day AM Half Day PM, Week 1 Half Day PM Half Day AM Half Day AM Half Day PM Full Day

p. 4 p. 6 p. 5 p. 6 p. 7 p. 10 p. 10 p. 19

On Campus Day Camp Session 2 Youth Sports Fitness Session 2 Creative Arts Camp, NM Jazz Workshop

Half Day AM, Week 2 Half Day PM, Week 2 Full Day, Week 1

p. 4 p. 5 p. 14

On Campus Day Camp Session 2 Youth Sports Fitness Session 2 Engineering Olympiad LEGO Robotics Olympics Musical Theatre Workshop Creative Arts Camp, NM Jazz Workshop High Desert Yoga Camp

Half Day AM, Week 3 p. 4 Half Day PM, Week 3 p. 5 Half Day AM p. 12 Half Day PM p. 12 Full Day p. 13 Full Day, Week 2 p. 14 Half Day PM p. 14, 19

LEGO NASA Space Mission Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp Ballet and Contemporary Dance Teen Acting 101 For Film High Desert Yoga Camp

Full Day Full Day Full Day Full Day Half Day PM

p. 5 p. 9 p. 13 p. 19 p. 14, 19

LEGO Brick Olympics LEGO Model Designer Drum Camp Film Camp High Desert Yoga Camp

Half Day AM Half Day PM Half Day AM Full Day Half Day PM

p. 7 p. 7 p. 10 p. 19 p. 14, 19

Wreck It Week Half Day Camp Video Game Design Platform Games Architecture & Design Camp 3D Laser Printer Camp

Half Day AM Half Day PM Half Day AM Half Day PM

p. 12 p. 12 p. 18 p. 18

Make Your Case: Intro to Law Camp Intro to Energy Issues & Building

Half Day PM Half Day AM

p. 8 p. 18

Youth Summer Camps Listed By Dates

June 2-6


UNM Continuing Education MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001


Youth Summer Camps Catalog 2014