Explore Realism, Clay, Animation and the Ancient World
If you have an artistic child between ages 5 and 11, check out summer camp options at the San Antonio Museum of Art. Four camps are offered in late June and July:
Get Real with Realism – June 22-26 for ages 9-11. Students will enhance their drawing and painting skills through a variety of techniques, tools and media. The class will draw inspiration from the museum’s contemporary and American art collections.
Clay Crazy – June 29-July 3 for ages 5-7. This hands-on crazy camp touches on 6,000 years of world culture and art including the mythology of Latin America, Asia, ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.
Animation 101 – July 13-17 for ages 9-11. Learn to make animation come to life while learning the history of animation and cinema, including the science behind how it works. Students will create 16mm and stop-motion animations.
The Ancient World – July 20-24 for ages 6-8. Delve into the mysteries of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome and be inspired by themyths and legends of the ancient Mediterranean. Students will create masks, sculpt a mythical creature, paint an Egyptian god or goddess and create Roman mosaics.
All week-long camps begin at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. Cost is $175 for museum members and $200 for non-members.
For information or to register, call the Education Department at 210-978-8100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The San Antonio Museum of Art is located at 200 W. Jones Ave. For more information about the museum, visit www.samuseum.org.