I will be teaching an art camp at the Callanwolde this summer for one week and one week only, June 27-July 1!  (There are other dates available, but this is the only date I will be teaching.) I will …

I will be teaching an art camp at the Callanwolde this summer for one week and one week only, June 27-July 1!  (There are other dates available, but this is the only date I will be teaching.) I will be one of several teachers your child will rotate through to experience a variety of media.  The final details are still being worked out, but I will be teaching either drawing, painting or collage. 

 

Kaleidoscope (Ages 8 - 12)

Kaleidoscope camp is a time-honored tradition for Callanwolde! Your child will enjoy an engaging rotation between four teachers, each with their own focus, ranging from painting and drawing, to fibers, 3-dimensional art, collage and more. Campers are split into age groupings. Each Kaleidoscope week will be unique.

CMP113, 9 am - 4 pm, June 27 - July 1

FEE: $275 members / $285 non-members

To see all Callanwolde summer classes or to register:

http://callanwolde.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Callenwolde-Summe...

Registration:

http://callanwolde.org/class-registration/

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