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Creating Myths, Legends, and Fairytales (2-6) - Session 1 with Shane Peterson

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jun 27, 2022 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

In this week-long camp, students will learn about some of the oldest stories in human history and how much these myths, legends, and fairy tales continue to influence storytelling today. We will read and even reenact select myths/legends—from Greek mythology to African folktales to Grimm’s fairy tales—before writing and sharing new stories of our own creation.

Full Course

Creative Journaling and the Creative Process (Grades 7-12) - Session A with BillyDee

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jun 27, 2022 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

In this week-long camp, students will receive their own journals to customize, create-in, and use to explore "the artistic process." Campers will discuss creative journaling examples, learn the basics of journal prompts and photographic journal entires. By the end of the week, students will have drawn in, painted in, poked holes in, wrecked pages of, written in, and collaged in their journals, finishing camp by discussing their creative processes with their peers.

Creative Nonfiction Writing (Grades 7-12) - Session A with Carrie Boone
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Creative Nonfiction Writing (Grades 7-12) - Session A with Carrie Boone

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

In this camp, students will explore the ins and outs of creative nonfiction writing. Throughout the week, students will practice with writing exercises, group critique, and learning the five "R's" of creative nonfiction. By the end of the week, students will have written their own creative nonfiction works to share with their peers.

Writing Sci-Fi and Fantasy (Grades 7-12) - with Zora Medor

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jun 27, 2022 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

In this week-long camp, students will learn about writing sci fi and fantasy. The campers will explore sci fi fantasy writers, styles, themes, and motifs. Campers will go through different collaborative and solo writing exercises with the goal of completing a short written work by the end of the week to share with their peers.

Will run

No Thank You, Evil! A Tabletop Roleplaying Collaborative Experience (Grades 2-6) - Session 1 with Noah Basil

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jul 5, 2022 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Over the course of this class we will create characters and play an adventure in the "No Thank You, Evil!" roleplaying system while slowly bringing Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition rules into the mix. The Tabletop RPG is a collaborative storytelling experience guided by the teacher but contributed to by the class. By the time the class is done we will have created a story that everyone has had a hand in.

Stories Around the (Small) World (After All!) (Grades K-2) - AM with Maria P and Mirna F

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jul 5, 2022 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

During this week-long course, Little Campers will create art from around the world! Students will create art with mixed media, collage, painting, drawing, games, and movement exercises.

Will run

Stories Around the (Small) World (After All!) (Grades K-2) - PM with Mirna Ferreira and Braima Moiwai

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jul 5, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 1 week

During this week-long course, Little Campers will create art from around the world! Students will create art with mixed media, collage, painting, drawing, games, and movement exercises.

Will run

Creative Journaling and the Creative Process (Grades 7-12) - Session B with Amber Sapper

$187

with ArtsCamp Staff

Calendar Jul 11, 2022 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

In this week-long camp, students will receive their own journals to customize, create-in, and use to explore "the artistic process." Campers will discuss creative journaling examples, learn the basics of journal prompts and photographic journal entires. By the end of the week, students will have drawn in, painted in, poked holes in, wrecked pages of, written in, and collaged in their journals, finishing camp by discussing their creative processes with their peers.

Will run





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