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Summer Camps Lead Faculty

Bryan Rienhart - Film making - has fifteen years of experience teaching film making at all different ages from college age to adult and youth. Students will work in groups making a short film from start to finish. They will create a concept, develop a script and shot list, and shoot the movie as a team then work with Bryan to edit the film in iMovie. The finished work will be screened on the last day of camp and uploaded to the web so each student can access it from youtube. www.BryanReinhart.com

Kate Hawkes - Visual Arts Painting\Collage - Kate will lead the visual arts portion of the camp using a creative collage and painting process to create unique individual projects combining the idea of the painted word into individual and group projects in both two and three dimensions. Final projects will be part of the the exhibition on the final day of camp. www.wellnesswithkate.com

Dennis Ott - Ceramics - Dennis is the head of the ceramics department of the Arts Center will lead the ceramics portion of the visual arts camp for two days each week. Students will have an opportunity to work on handbuilt projects and will have a chance to begin learning to throw on the wheel. Final projects will be fired with raku and high fire finishes.

Summer Kids Camp

Filmmaking, Painting, Collage,
Ceramics, and more!

Summer Camps at the Sedona Arts Center provide a rich environment for kids ages 10 - 13 to explore film making and/or visual arts and ceramics for two full weeks facilitated by experienced faculty.

Summer Kids Arts Camps

Tuition: $500
(Each student should bring their own lunch)

 

Filmmaking 9:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Lunch 12:30–1:00 p.m.
Visual Arts 1:00–4:00 p.m.

June 13–24, 2016 Mon–Fri 9–4 pm
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July 11–22, 2016 Mon–Fri 9–4 pm
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Schedule
Monday–Friday, June 13–24, 2016 / July 11–22, 2016
Filmmaking 9 am–12:30 pm
Lunch 12:30–1 pm
Writing, Acting and Visual Arts 1–4 pm

Enrollees may choose a payment plan with a $125.00 deposit and the balance due two weeks before camp starts. This will be an automatic charge. Deposits are non-refundable upon enrollment and the balances are non-refundable after the two week date.

All art materials are included for all the camps. Students should wear appropriate clothing for painting and ceramics. Personal items from home may be incorporated into the Artwork and or used in the film making process.

Scholarships now available, click here:
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