Summer Art Camp
Mosaics Madness, Age 6 - 13
Artist: Lisa Arnold
June 24 – June 28, 2013
Lisa is a professional mosaic and teaching artist from Minneapolis. She received doctorates at the University of Minnesota in Art, Theater and Social Change. She works regionally, throughout the US and Jamaica, where she teaches entrepreneurship to children in need. Lisa empowers young students, engaging them in the diverse world around them by using their life experiences to create art, and art experiences to create their lives. In this class students will make a variety of mosaics with tiles, pebbles, paper and more. A gallery show will top off the week of exciting fun.
Art and Music Around the World, Age 3 - 6 with Adult
With Ligia Feo de Drago
July 1,2, and 3, 2013 Mornings 10 am - Noon. A discounted 3-day rate will be applied for this camp.
Ligia Feo de Drago is from Argentina. In her country, she worked as a music teacher and violist. In 2008 she moved to Grand Forks with her family where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance at UND. She now directs a violin-viola studio, teaches the Kindermusik childhood education program, and is the director of STEP (Suzuki Talent Education Program) at Arioso Musica Academy. She conducts Allegro Orchestra as part of the North Valley Youth Orchestra program.
In this camp little ones and their caregivers will explore the relationship between music and art, and discover music and art from different countries. We will play, dance, and build and play instruments.
Art Soup, Age 6 - 13
Artists: Sue Fink and Memo Guardia
July 8 – July 12, 2013
Sue and Memo are the Art Educators at the North Dakota Museum of Art. Memo’s expertise rests in working with clay ceramics and sculpture, and just about any kind of sculptural material. Sue draws and paints, however, some of her most recent project interests are leaning towards small sculptures. The two artists will collaborate with children to create more than a few masterpieces. We call it “Art Soup.”
Picasso in Paris, Age 6 - 13
Artist: Sheila Dalgliesh
July 15 - July 19, 2013
Sheila is an artist whose work has been featured in the Holiday Glow show, and around town in galleries for the Art and Wine Walk. You may know her through the Artwise Artist-in-the-schools program where she is a favorite of all students, however, this is only a portion of what she does for the arts in Grand Forks. This camp will include taking a “journey” to visit Paris and an artist or two from history while we study and try creating similar work. Of course, she infuses tons of fun and surprises in her camps.
Da Vinci 3D, Age 6 - 13
Artist: Memo Guardia
July 22 – July 26, 2013
Memo is a sculptor and ceramic artist. Memo travels around the state teaching workshops to all ages and he teaches evening adult classes at the Museum. He has an extensive exhibition record regionally and nationally and his work can be found in many homes in Grand Forks. Memo’s camp will include a variety of projects working in 3-dimensions based on the Italian Renaissance artists, Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Art Before Computers, Age 13+
Artist: Jessica Christy
July 29 – August 2, 2013
Jessica is a native North Dakotan, the daughter of two artists. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Valley City State University and her Masters of Fine Arts from the University of North Dakota. Jessica has shown her work extensively regionally and nationally. She has a printmaking studio and works as the Education Coordinator for the Arts Center in Jamestown. Jessica will explore art before computers which may include monoprints, stencil processes, and also a fun encaustic painting or egg tempera project. Absolutely no experience is necessary – the fun is learning MORE GREAT things to do with art.
Drone Frenzy, Age 6 - 13
Artist: Adam Kemp
August 5 - August 9, 2013
Adam, educated in England, his home, earned his Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of North Dakota. Having made Grand Forks his second home, he is a one of our best advocates for the arts in this community and in North Dakota and was the first recipient of Grand Forks “Artist of the Year” award. His own work is seen all over the community and state, and also in many Grand Forks homes. Adam’s camps are so exciting there are no words for what we make – in fact, we often surprise ourselves by what we do! This camp will include a lot of painting, drawing and art from wherever our imaginations take us.
Early registration begins on April 17 and 18 for those with current household memberships or those renewing or signing up as a first time household member. On April 19 registration will be open for all other registrants. Payment is due upon registration. Full and partial scholarships are available based upon need. You may stop in to register and pay with cash, check or credit card or you may register by phone with a credit card. We cannot hold spaces. Camps fill early, so it is to your benefit to register early. Camp registration will be open until camps are filled.
All classes take place at the Hughes Fine Arts Building on the University Campus from 9:30-3:00 (except Art and Music from 10 am to noon)
No art experience is necessary.
Regular Camps - Members: $150 Non-members: $175
3-Day Little Ones Camp (July ) - Members: $90 Non-members: $120
Household memberships cost $50 over and above the cost of camp and are good for an entire year. One $50 household membership would allow one or all children in one family to get discounted camp rates. Membership includes discounts for your entire family for concerts and most events, discounts on camps, most workshops and classes and gift shop purchases. You will receive the Museum’s newsletter and notification of all Museum events.
If you are interested in sponsoring a child in the way of a full or partial scholarship, please contact Sue Fink at email@example.com. Sponsors will be noted in Museum education publications.