World Heritage Arts

People worldwide are connected by the passing down of knowledge, skills, and rituals from one generation to the next. Gather this week to explore our shared cultural heritage through hands-on traditional art and craft making. Roll up your sleeves, grab your tools, and adventure through UNESCO world heritage arts including traditional craftsmanship, nature knowledge, festivals, rituals, and performing arts. We will be learning leatherwork, creating Batik fabrics, crafting wood inlay works, painting verre eglomise on glass, making metal filigree, felting with wool, millefiore, maskmaking, and more.**Early Drop-Off and Late Pick-Up are available to extend the day from 8:30AM to 4:30PM. $35/week for either morning or afternoon, $65/week for both.

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Tuition
$325.00
Member Tuition
$295.00
Materials Fee
$0.00
Lesson Info
Monday through Friday, August 13-17 9:30am to 3:30pm, Citizens' Hall, Stockbridge
Department
Summer Camp (Ages 11-14)
Instructors
Angel Heffernan
First Lesson
Mon, Aug 13 2018

Camps for 11 to 14 Year Olds

With a growing independence and ability to handle more complex ideas, art processes, and real-world issues, campers are introduced directly to the creative practice of working artists. Campers embrace the studio experience as faculty artists give them the tools to lead their own discovery. Projects are often sustained throughout the week and campers and encouraged to explore on their own as well as in collaborative partnerships. We shift studio spaces regularly, often working outdoors.

Camps are led by a lead faculty artist and teaching assistant. A visiting artist comes in to offer a different outlook and media for 2 afternoons, Mondays and Wednesdays (unless noted).

What does the week look like?
9:30-12: Morning art session
12-1 Lunch and outdoor time
1-3:15: Afternoon art session
3:30: Regular pick-up

The week concludes with an art show, when campers get to share their experiences and creations with family and friends.