Jun 25, 2013-
Aug 06, 2013
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Sonoma County Museum Art and Summer Camp
Art and Summer Camp
Sonoma County Museum
Event Description

In weekly day sessions in the Museum’s historic building and sculpture garden, students learn the fundamentals of art and aesthetics while having fun creating masterpieces with methods used by masters. Every week students explore a new art form and medium, including landscape art in our garden, Surrealism with collage crafts, clay sculpturing, mixed-media, storytelling and folklore art. History sessions are also featured with hands-on ARTifact activities and the solving of history’s mysteries!

Students receive unprecedented access to our art and history collections to create art works of their own while becoming art literate. The basic principles of art are emphasized that include national and state standards…but they will be having too much fun to notice!

Sessions are every Tuesday from June 18th-August 6th

For: Ages 7-11  

10:00 am-12:00 noon

Cost:  $15 @ per week/session ($10 for Members)

July 2:              Cultural Art: Origami

July 9:              History’s Mysteries in Art

July 16:            Surrealism and Collage

July 23:            Sculpture: Clay Molding

July 30:            History’s ARTifacts

August 6:        Storytelling as Art – Folklore and Performance

Reservations required:

Please call Cynthia Conway at 707-579-1500 x17 with any questions

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Cynthia Conway     Email:
Phone: 707-579-1500




In this Issue

Plant Power

The Economist called 2019 “the year of the vegan.” Indeed, we are seeing more and more plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy on grocery store shelves and restaurant menus. Many people...

Kid Safe? The Vaccination Debate

Measles, mumps, chicken pox and other childhood diseases of yesteryear are making headlines again in the United States. Formally prevalent viruses and bacterium affected thousands of lives before a sc...

Managing Workplace Stress

If you’re not stressed at your job and workplace, consider yourself lucky. In a recent Gallup poll, 55 percent of Americans said they are stressed during the day, 20 percent higher than the worl...

See all...