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d'Art Summer Camp 2017

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Each week of Summer Camp combines art with another area for a fun, unique, and art-enriching cross-disciplinary experience. Camp weeks are taught by professional art educators for three different age groups: 6-9, 10-13, and 14-17. Students work with a variety of art media from watercolor to modeling clay, take daily field trips to NEON district art destinations within walking distance like the Chrysler Museum of Art, and engage in daily demonstrations or projects with professional d’Art resident artists.  REGISTRATION ENDS ONE WEEK BEFORE EACH SUMMER CAMP

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Beginning Oil Painting

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 Special emphasis is placed on how to mix colors and use them to define objects in light and shade. The focus of these classes will be realism, but the joy is the discovery of a personal approach to painting.

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Continuing Oil Painting

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This is an open studio arrangement where all levels of oil painters are welcome.

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Acrylic Painting

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Drawing

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Learn techniques like shading and gain understanding of objects and special relationships from an artist’s viewpoint.

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Pottery

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Beginning students learn basic wheel throwing and those with previous experience receive one-on-one assistance from the instructor with more complicated techniques and forms.

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Photography

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“Photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” —Elliott Erwitt

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