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Instructor

Posy Legge

Level

Children

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Jul 22-26: Mixed Media Mash-Ups!

$275.00

Monday to Friday, 9:30 AM to 4 PM
July 22 to 26, 2024
Drop off: 9 AM to 9:30 AM
Pick up: 4 PM to 4:30PM

Join instructor Posy Legge for a week of art mash-ups combining DIY and fine art skills! This is a project-packed week perfect for young artists who want to try out a range of media and inspiration. We will be exploring collage, embroidery, painting, sculpture, and more. Expect collaborative and creative time inside and outside as we make art from observation, imagination, and nature.

3 main projects:
1. Collage/Drawing- zines/mixed cds with collaged and drawing elements
2. Photography/Embroidery- embroidered cyanotypes (botanical or natural elements)
3. Painting/Sculpture- watercolour/acrylic paper-based dioramas/shadow boxes

Other things:
● Drawing games and collaborative drawing
● Sketching outside/from observation
● Inspiration walks


Please download and complete the Registration Form and Medical Form to complete your registration.

Detailed information and policies for all camps can be viewed and downloaded here.

All camps will include some time outdoors each day (Weather permitting). There is a microwave and kettle available in our kitchen for campers to use heat their lunches.

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Suggested Material List:

  • Peanut Free Bagged Lunch with snacks (we practice and encourage litter-less lunch)
  • Weather appropriate clothing for outdoor activities: sunscreen, sunhat, rain jacket, rain boots, etc.
  • Indoor shoes
  • Please dress your camper in clothes that can get messy/stained during art making activities and outdoor play
  • All art supplies are provided by Forum Art Centre.
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