JUNE 18- AUGUST 31

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SUMMER 2017

Discovering Art Through Many Disciplines

Design amour and costumes using insects as inspiration, draw and paint like a naturalist illustrator, study animals and sculpt fantasy creatures,draw characters, create fashion and scenic designs like a film or comic book creator or even make clay animated movies!....Our summer ahead is filled with innovative, thought provoking and fun approaches to art making. Don't miss a second of it!

   Youth 5-8 /  Jr. Teen 9-12  / Teen 13-17   

     half or full day                           full day                                         full day

Please note: Students are grouped in age appropriate classes

(youth,  jr. teen, teen) during all weeks whether a special designation for teens is made.  Small class groupings generally allow case by case assignments based on the skill and social/emotional level of the student. Teens will enjoy the subject or medium in a more sophisticated or challenging grouping.

 Week 1 -06/19- 06/23   Painting /Drawing ( all levels)

From delicate orchids to carnivorous Venus flytraps, students will use plants as the inspiration for creating beautiful botanical illustrations with drawing and paint media.* full day students will be taking a field trip to visit

the U.S. National Botanical Garden,

Week 2 -06/26-06/30 Drawing/Printmaking (all levels)

Insects from Stag Horn beetles to delicate dragonflies have long been used as inspiration for artists. This week we will use our investigation of insects and exoskeletons to create drawings and relief prints. 

* full day students will be taking a field trip to the O. Orkin Insect Zoo  at the Smithsonian

 Week 3 -07/10-07/14 Character & Costume Design

                                                         (all levels)

History is full of inspiration for creating characters and the costumes they wear. This week we look at armor through the ages and how it both inspired and was influenced by the fashion of the day. We’ll design characters and the costumes they wear. Great program for aspiring comic, fantasy artists and costume designers…

* full day students will be taking a field trip to view the Armors and Weaponry exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum.

               07/10-07  Clay Animation (Teen) Each student writes and designs their own unique Clay Animated Film!  Spend a fun-filled week creating your own clay characters and learning about the principles of motion, lighting and effects.  Our Emmy-award winning animator will guide you through the tricks, techniques, and effects of clay animation to help you bring your own story to life!   All skill levels are welcome! 

                     

                            

Week 4 - 07/17-07/21  Painting/Design(Youth & Jr. teen)

               07/17-07/21   Sculpture (teen)**

This week students will work from a clothed live model and photographs to sculpt the 3D figure in clay. Students who 

continue in week 5 will have the opportunity to cast these original pieces in other media.

Week 5 - 07/24-07/28 Art from film (Youth&Jr. teen)

This week students learn to think like filmmakers. Creating characters and concept designs based on film  elements such as story, setting, framing and character. Students will choose from a variety of media in order to create a final work of art.  Great program for students interested in film,comic art, concept art and game design.

               07/24-07/28  Sculpture (teen)**

This week students will create a relief sculpture in clay and learn the techniques for creating casts of their originals in other mediums. Students from teen sculpture week 4 will have the opportunity to cast pieces created that week as well. 

 ** offered consecutive weeks to allow students to work on more 

 sophisticated subject matter. You may enroll for one but enrolling for both will allow more time for project completion

Week 6   07/31-08/04 Design/Sculpture(CAMP FULL)

This week students will explore the various aspects of creating 3D designs and sculptures. Part of the day will be spent designing and developing product ideas the other part of the day will be used to create sculptures using various mediums.

             07/31-08/04 Comic (Teen) (CAMP FULL)

This fun-filled class teaches students new ways to generate comic ideas. Story and Character development, storyboarding, character design, basic anatomy and multiple techniques of inking are covered. 

Week 7   08/07-08/11 Painting (All levels)

From delicate orchids to carnivorous Venus flytraps, students will use plants as the inspiration for creating beautiful botanical illustrations with drawing and paint media.* full day students will be taking a field trip to visit

the U.S. National Botanical Garden,

08/07-08/11 Silk screen printmaking(Teens)(CAMP FULL)

This intensive workshop will teach techniques for creating a multicolor edition of posters using the silk screen printing. Students will create their own designs and learn Screen preparation, color mixing and proper registration techniques.. Students create a small numbered edition. Great program for students creating a portfolio

Week 8  08/14 -08/18  Comic (CAMP FULL)

Get those creative juices flowing! Discipline and hard work are vital to good sequential art but so is spontaneity and fun ! This fun-filled week will give students new ways to generate comic ideas. Story and Character development, storyboarding, character design are covered.

             08/14 -08/18 Figure Drawing/Fashion and                                     Costume design (Teen)

 This week will allow students the opportunity to draw and design from the  figure. Part of the day will be spent drawing  and study draping. Part of the day will allow students to apply their skills to a costume/fashion design.  Great class for students working on portfolios as well as students interested in comic, concept/game design and fashion design.

Week 9  08/21 -08/25  Drawing/Painting /2D design                                             (All levels)  

Insects from Stag Horn beetles to delicate dragonflies have long been used as inspiration for artists. This week we will use our investigation of insects and exoskeletons to create drawings and relief prints. 

* full day students over 7 will be taking a field trip to the O. Orkin Insect Zoo  at the Smithsonian

               

               08/21-08/25 Clay Animation (Jr. Teen)

Spend a fun-filled week creating clay characters and learning about the principles of motion, lighting and effects.  Students work together to create one long film. No experience necessary, and all skill levels are welcome!  Taught by our Emmy-award winning animator in film and TV!

  • A non-refundable deposit of $100 for each session is due at registration (applies to balance)

  • Refunds on balance can not be given less than TWO weeks prior to start of each session

 

 

  • Sibling Discount of 10%

      (Discount NOT applied to material fee)

  • Early bird and discounts other than sibling apply to FULL payment at time of registration.

  • Students must bring their own lunch each day of camp. Lunch will be from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm   

  • After-care available from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

  • BALANCES DUE BY MAY 30TH, 2017

 

Youth/Jr. Teen/Teen Camps

Full Day (9 am-4 pm):

$375 + $40 Material Fee

Jr. Teen / Teen camps are full day only.

Youth (5-8) full or half day

Youth (5-8 only) half day option:

Half Day :

 AM: 9 am-12 pm

PM: 1 pm-4 pm

$195 + $40 Material Fee

 

After Care (4 pm-6pm):

$25 daily/$100 weekly

Pricing Information

For any questions call:

(301) 294-3600

Stone Branch Arts

1331-M Rockville Pike

Rockville, MD 20852

You can also  email us at:

office@stonebrancharts.com