MORE FABULOUS CLASSES
artCamp 2016 is just twelve days away! Our forty fabulous classes are filling up fast.
Pick up artCamp flyers and registration cards downtown at Cherry’s, Mother Road Coffee, The Deli, Hometown Bank or SMB or from the information box at artCentral.
“Wearable Collage” with Sarah Serio explores the lost art of cut paper collage to make necklaces, wall hangings and notebooks for keepsakes or for school.
In “Upcycling Trash into Art”, Sarah and campers turn rubbish into wonders like water bottles into animals and birds.
She’ll also teach “Leather Cuffs and Coasters”—mastering basic construction and stitching techniques to make cool leather arm cuffs and funky coasters.
Campers create music-making art using boxes and paints to construct their playing instruments and portable amplifiers with Sarah in “Build a Box Guitar and Speaker”.
Also with Sarah in “Robot as Tin Can Mini-Me” campers explore building 3D sculpture and make a robot or toad house or an imagined abstract construction.
In “Mexican Folk Art Clay Face” with Sam Davis artCampers paint sculpted clay sun faces they make with traditional red terra cotta clay.
In Sandra Conrad “Clay Magnet Threesome” artCampers design, create, oven bake and paint three low relief sculptural magnets.
Sandra’s “Comic Book Design and Creation” class pairs campers’ original stories with their fun artwork to make colorful comic books.
artCampers learn about figure drawing the human form, while creating their superhero fantasies in “Draw Your Superhero Self” with Sandra.
Terri Diggs teaches “Z if for Zentangle” using lines aplenty and colors galore.
In artCamp’s “Clay Birdhouse and Fairy Cottage” class with Tiffany Kunkle original birdhouses and fairy cottages are created with clay using slab and coil-clay building techniques.
Tiffany’s “Tie Dye Tee Shirt” and “Heady Gear Masks and More” teach artists to design and make wearable art of their dreams.
Also with Tiffany in “Sew Your Own Goofy Doll”, using various patterns and fabrics, campers create unique stuffed characters with hand embroidered details.
With Anne-Marie Gailey in “Alice in Wonderland Theater” artCampers enter Alice’s dream world then imagine and construct their favorite scenes with standing characters and props.
In “String Art Whales, Hearts and More” instructor Alexandra Burnside guides campers in building their own designs with hammers and nails. They use colorful string to paint their images.
Mandalas are the theme in two classes, “Made from Nature” and “Made with Fabric” taught by Cheryl Church-Saving.
Kahlie Jones will teach “Painting like the Aborigines” inspired by the storytelling of our “downunder” friends. She’ll also show artCampers how to mix secret ingredients to make a deliciously nourishing “Edible Mask” to nibble or wear.
Don’t delay—register your artCamper wanna-be today! For additional information call (417) 358-4404 and visit www.artcentralcarthage.org/artcamp-2016.html.