One Day Arts Camps

Need a creative solution for childcare on those school holidays?

Mini Edition Arts Camp 2019

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 21

Campers will learn about modern African American masters, such as Romare Bearden, Augusta Savage, Jacob Lawrence and Faith Ringgold, and create portraits and cityscapes in their styles. They will experiment with color theory and techniques through printmaking, painting, drawing, and collage, led by professional teaching artists. Space is limited, so register soon!

Lake Forest Park City Hall

17425 Ballinger Way NE
Lake Forest ParkWA 98155

9:00-3:30pm, grades 1st-5th 

Members: $95, non-members: $110

Aftercare available from 3:30-5:30pm ($30)

Scholarships available!

Register here!

About the Instructors:

Matthew Abercrombie is a mixed-media visual artist who was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida.  Abercrombie moved to New York City at the age of nineteen and attended The School of Visual Arts.  There Abercrombie studied drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, and filmmaking.  Credits and contributions include numerous award-winning projects and high profile clients including National Geographic, HBO, Bad Boy Entertainment, The Learning Channel and many more. He creates captivating images, murals, wall hangings, designs and environments of all types, and enjoys instilling the love of creativity in children. Matthew currently resides in Seattle and travels regularly.

 

Currently serving as the Art Council’s Arts Education Manager, Silvia Romero Cavin has been building arts-integrated curricula since 2002. Silvia has a great passion for working with kids with disabilities, especially in the Deaf/Hard of Hearing community. She has trained in the Montessori classroom, as an elementary art instructor, as a Pre-K lead, and implemented teacher trainings for the Duval County Public Schools. Silvia worked in the education department at the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in Jacksonville, Florida for 8 years and served as the department’s Associate Director of Education.

 

 

 

Summer is one of our favorite times of year here at the Arts Council and we have a long-standing tradition of offering camps that are unique in focus, with jazz and theater options, as well as diverse visual arts classes. We pride ourselves on offering meaningful arts experiences to our campers!

 

 

July 30-Aug 3 2018 | Cost: $300
Explore multi-disciplinary and multicultural arts with accomplished teaching artists. (Open to rising 3rd-6th graders)

 Ronald United Methodist Church

 17839 Aurora Avenue North, Shoreline 98133

 

July 23-27 2018  | Cost: $300
A multi-disciplinary and multicultural arts experience designed with teens in mind. (Open to rising 7th-12th graders)

Ronald United Methodist Church

17839 Aurora Avenue North, Shoreline 98133

 


August 6 – 10, 2018 | Shorecrest High School | Cost: $350
Learn and play with some of the region’s most accomplished teachers and performers. (Open to rising 7th – 12th graders) *Note that the final performance will take place at Shorewood High School*