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Online Teens' Art Camps

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The camp will start at 10 am with an ice breaker activity. Then the teacher will introduce the art project. At 12 pm, we will take a 1-hour break for the kids to have lunch with their families. We will resume the camp at 1 pm. In the afternoon we will work on the final project until 3 pm. The final hour is for participants to work independently on their art project while the teacher is available to answer questions and help participants to finish their projects. We will take breaks throughout the day to play online games and socialize. 

Week 1: Abstract Painting (June 29 - July 3): Students will be immersed in the world of abstract painting while practicing self-expression and self-awareness. Students will use non-traditional tools and even their fingers to create marks, adding layers of mixed media to create their final compositions. They will explore how movement, scribbles, and colors can inspire the free process of creating non-representational art.

Week 2: Realistic Pencil Drawing (July 6-10): Students will be introduced to the art of realistic pencil drawing. They will learn different techniques, such as blending, stippling, hatching, cross-hatching, back and forth stroke, and scumbling. Throughout the camp, children will create complete artworks from still life and pictures for reference.

Week 3: Mixed Media Painting (July 13-17): In this camp, students will learn to combine a variety of media in a single artwork. Students will learn about composition and balance. At the end of the class, students will understand how to work with different media integrating photos and magazine cutouts into complete artworks. 

Week 4: Landscape Painting (July 20-24): Students will strengthen their painting skills by focusing on basic art elements such as line, shape, form, value, design, and composition. During this camp, students will learn color theory, color mixing, and experimenting with different palettes. Students will enhance their observational painting skills. By the end of this camp, students will have a newfound confidence in creating meaningful landscapes. 

Week 5: Oil Pastel Drawing (July 27- 31): Students will be introduced to the art of oil pastel drawing. They will learn different techniques, such as color mixing, cross-hatching, stippling, sgraffito, and blending with oil. Throughout the camp, children will create complete artworks from still life and pictures for reference. 

Week 6: Watercolor Painting (August 3-7): This camp is designed for students who want to learn the art of Watercolor Painting. Students will learn different techniques of watercolor paintings such as wet on dry, wet on wet, oil pastel resist, and texture with salt while creating complete watercolor paintings. Emphasis will be on problem-solving, skill-building, and helping students develop a personal style.

Week 7: Pastel Drawing (August 10-14) : Students will be introduced to the art of pastel drawing. They will learn different techniques such as light and heavy pressure blending, color mixing, feathering, cross-hatching, stippling, and side-stroke. Throughout the camp, children will create complete artworks from still life and pictures for reference.

Week 8: Art Journaling (August 17-21): During this camp, students will learn basic bookbinding techniques while creating their own journals. In their handmade journals, students will create a visual diary to record thoughts, memories, and emotions creatively by using art techniques images and words. This artistic approach allows for self-expression, self-discovery, and innovation. 
 




2020 Summer






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