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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jul 09, 2013-
Aug 06, 2013
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Sonoma County Museum Art and History Summer Camp!
Kids explore art and history with hands on activities
Sonoma,
Sonoma County Museum
Event Description

Children will have an opportunity to connect to Sonoma County’s history though art and culture 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 the 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. 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  10:00 am-12:00 noon,  July 9th-August 6th and for ages 7-11.  Cost is $15 per week/session ($10 for Members).

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

Fee: $15.00

Contact Information
Name: Cynthia Conway     Email: programs@sonomacountymuseum.org
Phone: 707-579-1500

 

      

 

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