Junior Camp 2018
June 18, 2018 - July 13, 2018
1:15PM - 4:00PM
Students ages 12-16 can enjoy a week of art activities that are specially designed for the theme of the week. Work with new artistic processes, tools, and concepts that push the boundaries of artmaking and promote creative problem solving and experimentation. Concluding the camp, all participating students will have a piece of art on display in our Summer Camp Exhibition held at the Museum on August 3rd.
The Basics of Painting
June 18 - June 22
Media include acrylic paint and watercolor.
Sessions will begin with the basics of how to use paint and what the process has to offer. Lessons include art history leading to creating works of still life and self-portraits
Painting And Mixed Media
July 9 - July 13
Media include acrylic paint, watercolor, vinyl, magazines, and newspapers.
Incorporating the use of other materials with paint such as newspapers and vinyl, allows students to explore non-representational and representational work inspired by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.
Students will take one 30-minute break each day. Snacks will not be provided, but students are encouraged to bring their own. Students who arrive late to class will miss out on important steps and may be expected to catch up on their own. Out of consideration for our staff schedules, we ask that all students be picked up on time. BMoA reserves the right to charge a late fee of $1/minute after 10 minutes. Please refer to our class policies for more information regarding drop-off/pick-up, cancellations, and other program policies. Class space is limited.
Pre-Registration is now CLOSED for
Painting and Mixed Media | July 9- 13
Please call the museum during business hours for walk-in availability.
Junior Camp Registration
Members: $100 (per week)
Non-members: $115 (per week)
Registration closes at 3PM on Thursday before each week or until filled.
Please register one student at a time.
Quantity selected above reflects number of individual weeks in which your student will be participating.