Pinch Clay with Bob Doster - Rock Hill School District

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Pinch Clay with Bob Doster - Rock Hill School District

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.

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