H.O.W 4 Hip Hop

Hands On Workshop 4 HipHop is an introductory workshop created by Nulyphe multimedia for implementing hip-hop culture using the five elements. The workshop is designed to integrate technology with Hiphop while building knowledge, understanding and encouraging group participation. In this 5 day camp, students will learn and walk away with knowing how to compose lyrics into a cohesive song and creating a beat to compliment their lyrics on the Museum School’s iPad Pro’s. In addition to creating a song, students will create artwork in the graffiti style to accompany their song. The class will have curated material by accredited individuals who pioneered and were on the forefront of hip-hop culture along with featuring local creatives to showcase the various career paths in this field. All materials are provided. 

Monday – Friday, July 25 – 29 
9 am – noon

Instructor: Jywanza Scott-Jackson
Ages: 12 – 18  | All Levels

 

Summer Break Teen Art Camp: Introduction to Glass Art

Teens ages 12 – 18 will have fun exploring the various techniques and versatility of glass art. In this 5 day camp, students will explore the amazing world of kiln-formed glass art by utilizing clear and colored flat glass and recycled art glass. Additionally, students will learn torch and lamp working combining various tools and techniques.  Learn more about the process of designing, cutting, melting, and kiln-forming the glass…then annealing your finished pieces. Students will walk away with art works in the form of suncatchers, coasters, jewelry, beads and small sculptures. A mid camp snack and all supplies provided.

Monday – Friday, August 1 – 5
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Robb Dunmore
Ages: 12 – 18 | All Levels

Summer Break Teen Art Camp: Introduction to Glass Art

Teens ages 12 – 18 will have fun exploring the various techniques and versatility of glass art. In this 5 day camp, students will explore the amazing world of kiln-formed glass art by utilizing clear and colored flat glass and recycled art glass. Additionally, students will learn torch and lamp working combining various tools and techniques.  Learn more about the process of designing, cutting, melting, and kiln-forming the glass…then annealing your finished pieces. Students will walk away with art works in the form of suncatchers, coasters, jewelry, beads and small sculptures. A mid camp snack and all supplies provided.

Monday – Friday, July 18 – 22
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Robb Dunmore
Ages: 12 – 18 | All Levels

Summer Break Teen Art Camp: Introduction to Glass Art

Teens ages 12 – 18 will have fun exploring the various techniques and versatility of glass art. In this 5 day camp, students will explore the amazing world of kiln-formed glass art by utilizing clear and colored flat glass and recycled art glass. Additionally, students will learn torch and lamp working combining various tools and techniques.  Learn more about the process of designing, cutting, melting, and kiln-forming the glass…then annealing your finished pieces. Students will walk away with art works in the form of suncatchers, coasters, jewelry, beads and small sculptures. A mid camp snack and all supplies provided.

Monday – Friday, June 27 – July 1
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Robb Dunmore
Ages: 12 – 18 | All Levels

Summer Art Camp: Introduction to Marbling

Kids ages 9-15 will learn about the fun and incredible techniques of marbling. Under the guidance of the instructor, students will begin by working and learning the basics of marbling by printing a marbled greeting card. As students become more confident with the medium, they will then marble paper, fabric for a journal cover, make a small journal and finally finish with marbling a baseball hat or two.  All materials are provided along with a mid-camp snack.

Monday – Friday, June 27 – July 1 
9 am – noon

Instructor: Pietro Accardi
Ages: 9-15 / All Levels:

 

Summer Break Camp: Intro to Painting

Learn the versatility of this multi faceted medium! Using color theory and form, this camp will focus on  different styles and techniques of painting each day. Color mixing will be an important aspect during camp as well as awareness of composition. Students will create a different piece of art each day and will come away from camp with an understanding of how to construct a painting. All supplies and a mid-camp snack will be provided. 

Monday – Friday, August 1 – 5
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Meredith Durand
Ages: 7 – 12 | All Levels

Summer Break Art Camp: Intro to Digital Art and Illustration

Kids ages 7 – 12 will have fun playing on the Museum’s iPad Pros as they work on story-boarding, character design and animation in this after school series. Students will also have an opportunity to explore and sketch using the iPads in the Museum’s galleries while looking for inspiration for their own work. A snack and all materials are included with registration.

Monday – Friday, August 8 – 12
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Joseph Morales
Ages: 7 – 12 | All levels

 

Summer Break Teen Art Camp: Digital Art and Illustration

Teens ages 12 – 15 will explore the basics of Procreate on the Museum’s iPad Pros as they work on storyboarding, character design and animation in this spring break camp. Students will also have an opportunity to explore and sketch using the iPads in the Museum’s galleries while looking for inspiration for their own work.

Monday – Friday, July 25 – 29
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Joseph Morales
Ages: 12 – 15 | All levels

 

Summer Break Art Camp: Intro to Digital Art and Illustration

Kids ages 7 – 12 will have fun playing on the Museum’s iPad Pros as they work on story-boarding, character design and animation in this after school series. Students will also have an opportunity to explore and sketch using the iPads in the Museum’s galleries while looking for inspiration for their own work. A snack and all materials are included with registration.

Monday – Friday, July 11 – 15
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Joseph Morales
Ages: 7 – 12 | All levels

 

Summer Break Art Camp: Intro to Printmaking

Contemporary block printing is an exciting, economical, and accessible alternative to traditional woodblock printmaking. Printmaking can be easily printed at home with little set-up. Each day students will learn a new style and technique of printmaking focusing on various tools and methods that can be applied in the medium of printmaking. Images and drawings will be supplied but students are welcome to bring in photographs, images from magazines, or drawings for inspiration. All other materials such as inks, paper, blocks, and carving tools are provided and included with your registration along with a snack mid-camp. 

Monday – Friday, July 18 – 22
1 – 4 pm

Instructor: Christina Michael
Ages: 9 – 15 | All Levels