Pinch Clay with Bob Doster - Rock Hill School District

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Pinch Clay with Bob Doster - Rock Hill School District

Pinch Clay with Bob Doster


SUMMER ART CAMP REGISTRATION: 2012

CHILD’S NAME: __________________________________________________________________

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PARENT/GUARDIAN:_______________________________________________________________

HOME TELEPHONE: _________________________ WORK TELEPHONE: _____________________

HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE CAMPS? _____________________________________________

EMERGENCY CONTACT

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NAME OF CAMP #1:_______________________________________________________________

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Total Amount enclosed $___________ (if additional space is needed, attach another sheet)

Fees are not refundable. Make checks payable to: Arts Council. PO Box 2797, Rock Hill, SC 29732.

Members $75 Non-Members $85

Children will have a 10-15 minute break halfway through the class each day. Juice or lemonade will be served.

Children are allowed to have snacks brought from home. Due to higher number of children with peanut

allergies, please bring snacks that are peanut free. Thanks!

If child/ward (child’s name)_________________________ should require minor or major medical treatment

during participation in arts camp activities, I give my permission to the Arts Council to take my

child/ward to the emergency room of the nearest hospital, if necessary, for the administration of treatment. I,

the undersigned parent or guardian, hereby freely and knowingly waive and release the Arts Council, its agents,

employees, sponsors, and board from any and every liability and responsibility whatsoever for personal injury,

property damage, or other loss sustained by the child named above as a result of or arising out of the child’s

participation in any activity conducted by the Arts Council. I assume all risks and hazards incidental to the

conduct of the activity.

Parent’s/Guardian Signature _________________________________ Date __________________

ARTS COUNCIL OF YORK COUNTY

PO Box 2797 | Rock Hill, SC 29732

Phone: (803) 328-2787 | Fax: (803) 328-2165


WEEK 1 ( JUNE 4-8 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, MAY 21

Let’s Dance To The Music with Juanita Foster

June 4-8, 9am - 12pm | Ages 6-9

Community Performance Center

Children develop self-esteem while learning to act and

dance. They will learn different dance movements to

popular music. Camp will conclude with a student

performance on the last day.

Clay Creations with Bob Doster

June 4-8, 9am-12pm | Ages: 6-8

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Students will learn the “pinch” method to build cups, bowls,

dinosaurs, turtles or “monster heads.”

Clay Creations with Bob Doster

June 4-8, 1-4pm | Ages: 9-12

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Students will learn the “pinch” method to build cups, bowls,

dinosaurs, turtles or “monster heads.”

WEEK 2 ( JUNE 11-15 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, MAY 28

Beginning Techniques in Drawing with Ashley Beard

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm | Ages 6-9

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Learn how to use basic lines and shapes to create

drawings from observation and imagination using

graphite, pen and ink, oil pastel, and charcoal.

Drawing from Observation with Ashley Beard

June 11-15, 1-4pm | Ages 10+

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Learn how to see with an artist’s eye and draw using

traditional drawing techniques involving perspective,

proportion, and value using graphite, pen and ink, oil pastel,

and charcoal.


WEEK 3 ( JUNE 18-22 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JUNE 4

Let’s Dance To The Music with Juanita Foster

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm | Ages 10-13

Community Performance Center

Students develop self-esteem while learning to act and

dance. They will learn different dance movements to popular

music. Camp will conclude with a student performance on

the last day.

Art is Multicultural with Ashley Beard

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm | Ages 6-9

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Discover how art is made all over the world. Participants will

learn about the art history of places like Africa, Asia, Mexico,

South America and Australia and will create 2D and 3D works

of art using papier-mache, paint, cloth, and found objects.

Art is Multicultural with Ashley Beard

June 18-22, 1pm - 4pm | Ages 10+

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Discover how art is made all over the world. Participants will

learn about the art history of places like Africa, Asia, Mexico,

South America and Australia and will create 2D and 3D works

of art using papier-mache, paint, cloth, and found objects.

CENTER FOR THE ARTS

121 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC 29730

COMMUNITY PERFORMANCE CENTER

249 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC 29730

WEEK 4 ( JUNE 25 - 29 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JUNE 11

Jewelry Making I with Constance Buchanan

June 25 - 29, 9am - 12pm | Ages 10+

Center for the Arts, Dalton Gallery

This class will give students an inside look into the world of

jewelry making. They will learn the basic techniques of

bead-stringing, metal wire-wrapped chains, recycled

products, polymer clay bead making, working with seed

beads, hemp jewelry, and several new poly-plastic products

used to make very unique and original jewelry. They will

make 5-6 finished pieces of necklaces, earrings and

bracelets. This is a fun class to take with your son or

daughter.

Trash to Treasure with Ashley Beard

June 25 - 29, 9am-12pm | Ages 10+

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Using the things that people normally throw away, students

will create works of art. Use a cereal box to create a

sketchbook/journal. Things like plastic bottles and cardboard

boxes make amazing sculptures. Recycled natural fiber

insulation makes a great air drying paper clay. Let trash

inspire the imagination! Learn how to make it for less and

better than the rest.

Painting Techniques in Water Media with Ashley Beard

June 25 - 29, 1-4pm | Ages 10+

Center for the Arts, Classroom

Learn how to create paintings using water-soluble media

such as the traditional watercolor and acrylic and the not-sotraditional

tissue paper and marker. Participants will create

representational and abstract works on paper and canvas in

a range of subject matter.


WEEK 5 ( JULY 9 -13 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JUNE 25

Jewelry Making II with Constance Buchanan

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm | Ages 12+

Center for the Arts, Dalton Gallery

This class is for student with some experience in jewelry

making. You need to know how to use pliers, cutters and do

simple wire wrapping (or have taken my first class before).

In this class, we will make a polymer-cane bead, bronze link

bracelets, a fancy wire wrap ring and earrings. We will also

learn how to use power tools.

WEEK 6 ( JULY 16- 20 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JULY 2

Photography with Laurin Patterson

July 16-20, 1-4pm | Ages 12+

Center for the Arts, Dalton Gallery

Doing it “old school”. This class will use traditional film

cameras. We will learn to create artwork through the lens of

your camera and have fun doing it.

WEEK 7 ( JULY 23 - 27 )

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JULY 9

Canary to Crimson with Laurin Patterson

July 23-27, 9am - 12pm | Ages 8-12

Center for the Arts, Classroom

You can do more with crayons than color. This class will

focus on the fun and magical underworld of crayons such as

melting and making.

Drab to Fab Art Books with Laurin Patterson

July 23-27, 1-4pm | Ages 12+

Center for the Arts, Classroom

This class will alter books and make books from scratch.

We will learn how to create pop-ups and hide things within

books to fuel your creative side.

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Mime & Pantomime with Stephanie Daniels

Registration Deadline: Monday, June 25

July 9-13, 9am-12pm | Ages 9-12

Community Performance Center

Students will take a journey through the world of mime,

pantomime, rhythm, movement and improvisation.

Stories and sensory exercises are used to increase

awareness, strengthen concentration and inspire creative

spontaneity and imagination. The course will conclude with

a performance for parents.

Shakespeare for Kids with Stephanie Daniels

Registration Deadline: Monday, July 2

July 16-20, 9am - 12pm | Ages 10-15

Community Performance Center

The course is designed to familiarize kids with the language

of Shakespeare and to get them comfortable with

performing on stage. Participants will rehearse and perform

scenes from various Shakespeare plays, engage in movement

and breathing exercises, work on their voice and diction,

and learn about the various aspects that go into creating

a theatrical production. The course will conclude with a

performance for parents.

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