First come basis only.
To register please complete form HERE
and pay art fee when registration is dropped of at the Schepis!
The Schepis Museum is proud to announce two summer art camps for youth June 24-27th and July 22-26th. Each day will be a new experience designed to expose the youth in our community to a diversity of art! Camp will start at 12:30pm and end at 4pm each day. There is a small supply fee for $25 per child per week. Each camp week must be enrolled separately. A simple snack and juice box will be provided mid-afternoon. Note: paint is involved, children should wear smocks or old clothes! To enroll – contact the Schepis, complete a enrollment form and pay art fee in advance. Registration starts May 22 at the Schepis forms will be accepted first come first serve.
June 24th – photography: we will explore the basics of photography and take a short walking trip through Columbia to practice the craft! When we return to the Museum we will select and print their 5 best images for use in day2. Your child will need a simple digital camera, smart phone or tablet with camera and the ability to connect to the internet to transfer images by email/text/or direct connection to computer.
June 25th – mixed media: using the photographs from day 1 we will create a mixed media collage, including paint, clippings from periodicals, found materials, and more! Weather permitting, we will also paint a mural on the levee together!
June 26th – Canvas painting day! Using inspiration from their mixed media or a designed theme, participants will complete a small canvas work. We will explore some of the basic techniques and then create!
June 27th – Sketching & Water Colors! Taking inspiration from nature we will sketch a scene and use water colors to create!
July 22nd – Textiles! Design and assemble a backpack bag! We will use a variety of materials to sketch, paint and assemble this useful bag! Bags can be kept or donated to kids in need for the next school year! We will also design and paint a banner for the July 4th Celebration in Columbia.
July 23rd – Build a Bear! Using templates, we will design and build a teddy bear. Bears can be kept or donated to the children’s home. We will also finish our banner for the July 4th Celebration in Columbia.
July 24th and 25th – Participants will help us create a book! We will write and illustrate a book together! Each participant will take home their creation to share!
Questions? Contact: Kristopher Kelley at the Schepis Museum, 649-9931