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East Aurora, NY, 14052
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MUSEjar is a dynamic art studio and carefully curated art shop, built to foster creativity and inspiration in both artists and aspiring creatives. We offer a wide variety of workshops and private events for all ages.

Kids Summer Art Camps

2018 kids summer art camps are here!

Jul
10
to Jul 12

Modern Fiber Art Camp

This camp is held daily from Wednesday, July 10th through Friday, July 12th, 9:00am to 12:00pm.

Experience Fiber Arts in this three-day camp! We will be working with multiple fiber mediums to spark a new appreciation for the art through education while inspiring and empowering a new generation of makers. We will be focusing on weaving and tapestry on a small loom, explore Felting and the fun way to transform plain sheep's wool into something amazing, with both traditional wet felting and Nuno needle felting techniques.

Ages: 12 years and up

Materials: The registration fee for this camp includes all instruction, equipment use during camp, and materials for 3 days of sessions, where we will explore different techniques together and work on projects that you will take home with you at the end of the camp. Registration also includes a daily snack and a camp bag.

Instructor: Tami Fuller-Selph of Blubird Studio

Tami is a modern fiber artist, whose work merges traditional foundations with today’s textured techniques, and vibrant colorwork.  She enjoys working with multiple fiber media, and is passionate about revitalizing and sparking a new appreciation for the fiber arts through education, and inspiring and empowering a new generation of makers.  She is known for Collaborweave, an interactive weaving project which encourages community participation and creative collaboration, and her work has received awards from NY Sheep and Wool.

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NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
10
to Jul 12

Natural Color Explorations

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This camp is held daily from Wednesday, July 10th through Friday, July 12th, 12:30pm to 3:30pm.

Explore color as artists and scientists as we utilize natural items such as food and flowers to create custom dyed fabrics and more. Our focus is to allow children to investigate how plants can create natural pigment and patterns on natural fibers. Focusing on nature and how it provides us with organic art materials that can be made into many different mediums. We will be collecting, forging, playing with petals and getting messy with food as we create a one of a kind masterpiece.

Botanical dye materials include food scraps, herbs, and floral waste.

Please have student provide an all natural fiber (100% cotton, silk, linen) t-shirt to bundle dye on the first day of class. The item will have to be prepared in order to be used the following day.

Ages: 12 years and up

Materials: The registration fee for this camp includes all instruction, equipment use during camp, and materials for 3 days of sessions, where we will explore different techniques together and work on projects that you will take home with you at the end of the camp. Registration also includes a daily snack and a camp bag.

Each student will be responsible to provide a 100% cotton t-shirt on the first class to be mordanted and dyed on our second day.

Instructor: Nicole Vescio-Noblett of Svanur

Nicole is a local botanical artist, urban flower farmer, and owner of Svanur; an herbalism based healing company. Dedicated to opening up the relation to the abundance of the natural world and the importance of our personal relationship with the earth around us. Nicole works with plants and people in a myriad of ways in hopes to connect, create community and cultivate deep bond between us all.

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NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
15
to Jul 19

FIND YOUR MUSE Kids Camp

This a week-long camp held daily from Monday, July 15th through Friday, July 19th, 9:00am to 12:00pm.

Join us for a week-long camp, as we explore ART and its mediums with MUSEjar’s team. This camp will introduce us to Clay, Photography, Painting, Drawing and working with Fiber Arts. Our goal is to inspire, introduce, and encourage students to “FIND THEIR MUSE” in what excites them to keep creating.

Each day will focus on a specific medium with a new Instructor and will be filled with a variety of activities ranging from hand building clay, exploration in painting and color, a fresh take on the drawn self-portrait, and the chance to explore and capture the EA village through photos! Students will be leaving with a “FIND YOUR MUSE” camp kit to keep them on track for the rest of the summer!

Ages: 8 - 12 years old

Materials: The registration fee for this camp includes all instruction, equipment use during camp, and materials for 5 days of sessions, where we will explore different techniques together and work on projects that you will take home with you at the end of the camp. Registration also includes a daily snack and a camp bag. Please let us know if there are any food restrictions or allergies we should be aware of. If you would like to send your child to camp with their own personal snacks and beverages, they are welcome to bring them.

Studio supplies will be included, though we do have some special instructions for camp!

-We do ask that students bring a small towel (ok to get dirty) for Clay on Monday, July 15th.

**Students clay projects will be available for pick up approx. 2.5 to 3.5 weeks after class, depending on drying times.

- DIGITAL CAMERA OR CAMERA PHONE to use during the Photography day on Tuesday, July 16th. Students will be outside capturing that day, so comfortable shoes and sunscreen are strongly suggested.

**If students do not have access to a digital camera or camera phone, please contact MUSEjar to discuss an alternative option.

Instructors: Sarah Whitehead of Rusted Wheel Pottery

Sarah is a communication professional, potter, and workshop instructor at MUSEjar. She enjoys teaching students hand building and the detail that goes into functional art, with the goal of creating an appreciation for handmade pottery. In her spare time, she can be found attempting to use watercolors and looking for unique items to press into clay to create texture.

Lisa Pimental

A newcomer to the WNY region and a former high school photography teacher, Lisa is a graduate of San Jose State University where she discovered her love for all things image-making. While she enjoys any medium that allows her to explore creatively, Lisa loves any process that allows her to combine old, traditional techniques with new, current methods.

Allyson Demski

Ally has worked full-time in marketing and advertising for the last 6 years and is also currently attending Buffalo State’s Art Education Program to pursue her longtime goal of becoming an art teacher. She previously received a degree from SUNY Fredonia with a concentration in Fine Art and Communications. She has always loved drawing and painting, but she currently works mainly with digital art and embroidery. She believes every person should have the opportunity to use art as an expression.

Vanessa Frost

As a full-time artist and owner of MUSEjar, Vanessa finds inspiration and joy in teaching art. Art is a language that is often forgotten about and it's amazing what happens once it's tapped into. Her background is fine art and film production, with a degree from The University of Vermont. She loves mixed media and currently works mainly with acrylics, but she is constantly exploring and experimenting with all other mediums.

Tami Fuller-Selph

Tami is a modern fiber artist, whose work merges traditional foundations with today’s textured techniques, and vibrant colorwork. She enjoys working with multiple fiber media, and is passionate about revitalizing and sparking a new appreciation for the fiber arts through education, and inspiring and empowering a new generation of makers. She is known for Collaborweave, an interactive weaving project which encourages community participation and creative collaboration, and her work has received awards from NY Sheep and Wool.

NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
15
to Jul 17

Exploring Photography Camp

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This camp is held daily from Monday, July 15th through Wednesday, July 17th, 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

In this digital world, it’s fun to get back to basics in this three day Photography camp, where you will learn how to look at the world through a “photographer’s eye”. The focus of this camp is to explore the practices in Photography outside the quick snap and post generation. We will focus on artistic practices like composition and decision making, as well as incorporate painting and natural environment to create one of a kind photos.

Our first day will be spent walking around The EA Village taking unique pictures from interesting angles of everyday places and objects. Bring new life and originality to your own photographs by adding painted color in creative and/or unexpected ways! Much better than any social media filter! We will explore the various ways to produce a photographic image and finish out the camp using one of the original forms of image production, you’ll get the chance to make beautiful, blue “photographs” without using a camera!

Ages: 12 years and up

Materials: Studio supplies will be included for the week though we do have some special instructions for camp. The registration fee for this camp includes all instruction, equipment use during camp, and materials for 3 days of sessions, where we will explore different techniques together and work on projects that you will take home with you at the end of the camp. Registration also includes a daily snack and a camp bag/portfolio.  Please let us know if there are any food restrictions, or allergies we should be aware of. If you would like to send your child to camp with their own personal snacks and beverages, they are welcome to bring them.

Supplies Needed:

- DIGITAL CAMERA OR CAMERA PHONE.

-Students will be outside capturing images, so comfortable shoes and sunscreen is strongly suggested.

**If students do not have access to a digital camera or camera phone, please contact MUSEjar to discuss an alternative option.

-Students should try to bring in their own opaque objects that will be used to create the shapes on the Cyanotype printing materials (ex, feathers, yarn, lace, personal objects like jewelry, keys, pins, or even enlarged negatives!). If you do not have these types of items, MUSEjar will have a variety of objects to play with – but it’s more personal if it’s your own!

**Opaque – non-transparent; dense material that you cannot see through

Instructor: Lisa Pimental

A newcomer to the WNY region and a former high school photography teacher, Lisa is a graduate of San Jose State University where she discovered her love for all things image-making. While she enjoys any medium that allows her to explore creatively, Lisa loves any process that allows her to combine old, traditional techniques with new, current methods.

NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
22
to Jul 26

Mythical Creatures Camp

This a week-long camp held daily from Monday, July 22nd through Friday, July 26th, 9:00am to 11:00am.

Join us for a week-long camp where we will use our imagination to create a variety of popular mythical creatures and characters! We will create yarn unicorns, paint gnomes, make wizard hats & wands, craft dragons, & create glittery, beautiful mermaids! By using a wide variety of materials, students will learn how to work with many different art mediums, in both two dimensional and three-dimensional projects.

We will start each day with an inspirational story from books such as Harry Potter, The Little Mermaid, Uni the Unicorn and more. The focus of this camp will be teaching a variety of creative processes in a fun and imaginative way while relating to the stories shared throughout the week.

Ages: 5-7 years old

SPECIAL NOTES: Students enrolling will need to be able to focus for longer periods of time, while working independently with guided instructor support. Children are not permitted to run around the studio or retail space at MUSEjar or stray away from the daily projects intended for completion during camp. Please, ensure your child will be respectful and considerate of everyone around them and come to have fun, be creative and learn together in a warm and artistically nurturing environment. Please be aware, if students cannot comply with instructor environment safety guidelines, & rules, parents may be contacted for early pick up of their child(ren).

Materials: We will provide all the materials needed for the camp and the projects for the week.

Mid-morning snacks and juice boxes will be available for the youth. Please let us know if there are any food restrictions or allergies we should be aware of. If you would like to send your child to camp with their own personal snacks and beverages, they are welcome to bring them.

Instructor: Angeline Woodworth with Crafty Fox Co.

Angeline Woodworth is a MUSEjar Instructor, as well as, co-owner of Crafty Fox Co., wife, and mom to three children; ages 2.5, 4, and 18. She is also an artist with a particular passion and experience with photography, acrylic, and watercolor painting, paint pouring, creative writing, and drawing. Angie studied graphic design with a minor in psychology at Rochester Institute of Technology. She loves teaching art for all ages, but especially for kids. She is passionate about self-expression, nurturing creativity and supporting those abilities within anyone interested in learning. Angie believes making art is a crucial outlet for thoughts and feelings, and allows for non-verbal communications, which is healing, inspiring and thought-provoking for the soul.

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NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
24
to Jul 26

The Art of Short Stories

This camp is held daily from Wednesday, July 24th through Friday, July 26th, 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

Join us for a workshop style class where we will learn, create, and edit your own short story! Short stories are a popular and well-loved form of fiction that allows you to take your audience on a brief and emotional ride. In this workshop, you will learn how to create characters, develop your writing skills, and discover the love of prose. The focus of the camp is to help develop a strong skill set that is necessary for becoming a talented writer. We will use multi-sensory timed writing prompts to help kick-start some creativity!

Ages: 11 - 14 years old

Materials: We encourage students to bring writing utensils of their choice. The studio will have supplies for students as well!

Snacks will be provided. Please let us know if there are any food restrictions or allergies we should be aware of. If you would like to send your child to camp with their own personal snacks and beverages, they are welcome to bring them.

Instructor: Emily O‘Connor

Emily graduated from Canisius College with a degree in English and Creative Writing. She has experience working on local Thrive! Magazine and as Canisius Colleges The Griffin newspaper. As a passionate mental health advocate, Emily believes that writing can be used as a positive outlet to help one express their feelings and ideas more effectively than the spoken word.

NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
29
to Aug 2

Food is Art Camp: “Made from Scratch” at Dailys Catering

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This a week-long camp held daily from Monday, July 29th through Friday, August 2nd, 9:00am to 12:00pm.

We are teaming up with Daily’s Catering for a week of cooking and creating! This camp is designed to introduce kids to the art of cooking and exploration of how natural pigments can be created from scratch with food and its waste!

Focusing on specific foods, we will dive into recipes and then use the remnants for creating our own paint and dye! Each day we will enjoy the fruits of our labor and use our paints to make a specific dyed or painted pieces to take home.

**Registrants should be open-minded, able to follow instructions, and be ready to use a chef knife.**

Location: The duration of the camp will be held off-site at Dailys Catering, 594 Main Street East Aurora, NY .

Ages: 9 - 14 years old

Materials: All supplies are included. It is not necessary to pack lunches as they will be eating what they make, but they are welcome to and should bring a water bottle.

Instructors: Karen Mayhew of Dailys Catering & Vanessa Frost of MUSEjar

The food at Dailys has been a staple in the East Aurora community since 1993. When owner Karen Mayhew first stepped out with her basket full of goodies to sell to the people of this village, she initiated a relationship that has continued to connect people through delicious food. Dailys offers so much more than private and corporate catering to the surrounding areas, and the range of services we offer has grown exponentially with the opening of our new shop in May 2015.

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As a full-time artist and owner of MUSEjar, Vanessa finds inspiration and joy in teaching art. Art is a language that is often forgotten about and it's amazing what happens once it's tapped into. Her background is fine art and film production, with a degree from The University of Vermont. She loves mixed media and currently works mainly with acrylics, but she is constantly exploring and experimenting with all other mediums.

NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Aug
5
to Aug 9

Food is Art Camp at Dailys Catering + MJ

This a week-long camp held daily from Monday, August 5th through Friday, August 9th, 9:00am to 3:00pm.

We are teaming up with Daily’s Catering for a week of cooking, creating, and learning! This camp is designed to introduce kids to the art of cooking and how it can translate in and out of the kitchen. A perfect recipe for fun.

We will be diving into the wide world of pizza and pasta, learn to make our favorite breakfast foods, take the junk out of junk food, and learn how to shop local with a day trip to the farmers market. Back in the studio, students will explore various artistic mediums relating to the kitchen like decorated plates, planted herb gardens, wood burned utensils and more!

Each day will be spent creating both in both places. We will begin at Dailys and end our day at MUSEjar. There will be a one hour break in-between to sit and enjoy what you've made, so bring your appetite!

At the end of camp, we will be challenging the kids to a friendly game of CHOPPED! They will be given an allowance to purchase local and farm fresh goods, a day to conjure up a recipe, and on the last day they will have the morning to create their culinary masterpiece.

**Registrants should be open-minded, able to follow instructions, and be ready to use a chef knife.**

Location: Dailys Catering, 594 Main Street East Aurora, NY + MUSEjar

Ages: 9 - 14 years old

Materials: All supplies are included. It is not necessary to pack lunches as they will be eating what they make, but they are welcome to and should bring a water bottle.

Instructors: Karen Mayhew of Dailys Catering & Vanessa Frost of MUSEjar

The food at Dailys has been a staple in the East Aurora community since 1993. When owner Karen Mayhew first stepped out with her basket full of goodies to sell to the people of this village, she initiated a relationship that has continued to connect people through delicious food. Dailys offers so much more than private and corporate catering to the surrounding areas, and the range of services we offer has grown exponentially with the opening of our new shop in May 2015.

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As a full-time artist and owner of MUSEjar, Vanessa finds inspiration and joy in teaching art. Art is a language that is often forgotten about and it's amazing what happens once it's tapped into. Her background is fine art and film production, with a degree from The University of Vermont. She loves mixed media and currently works mainly with acrylics, but she is constantly exploring and experimenting with all other mediums.

NOTE: All camps require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation, you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Aug
6
9:00 AM09:00

Food is Art Camp

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This camp is sold out, but please add yourself to the waitlist if you're interested!

August 6th through August 10th

We are teaming up with Dailys Catering for a week of cooking, creating, and learning! This camp is designed to introduce kids to the art of cooking and how it can translate in and out of the kitchen.

We will be diving into the wide world of pizza and pasta, learn to make our favorite breakfast foods, perfect our go-to junk food, and learn how to shop local with a day trip to the farmers market. Working on new recipes every day we will document through photography, drawing and note taking so we can create our very own cook book. 

Each day will be spent creating both in the kitchen as well as the studio. We will begin in the kitchen and end our day in the art studio. There will be a one hour break in-between to sit and enjoy what you've made, so bring your appetite! 

At the end of camp, we will be challenging the kids to a friendly game of CHOPPED! They will be given an allowance to purchase local and farm fresh goods, a day to conjure up a recipe, and on the last day they will have the morning to create their culinary masterpiece. 

**Registrants should be open minded, able to follow instructions, and be ready to use a chef knife.**

$475.00/child

Ages: 9 to 14 years

Material: All supplies are included. It is not necessary to pack lunches as they will be eating what they make, but they are welcome to and should bring a water bottle. 

Instructors: Karen Mayhew of Dailys Catering & Vanessa Frost

The food at Dailys has been a staple in the East Aurora community since 1993.  When owner Karen Mayhew first stepped out with her basket full of goodies to sell to the people of this village, she initiated a relationship that has continued to connect people through delicious food.  Dailys offers so much more than private and corporate catering to the surrounding areas, and the range of services we offer has grown exponentially with the opening of our new shop in May, 2015. 

As a full time artist and owner of MUSEjar, Vanessa finds inspiration and joy in teaching art. Art is a language that is often forgotten about and it's amazing what happens once it's tapped into. Her background is fine art and film production, with a degree from The University of Vermont. She loves mixed media, and currently works mainly with acrylics, but she is constantly exploring and experimenting with all other mediums.

NOTE: All classes require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies. 

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Jul
30
9:00 AM09:00

Creative Writing & Illustration Camp

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July 30th through August 3rd

Join us for a week of creative writing and illustrating with special guest teacher Kerri O'Donnell, Vice President at Rosen Publishing Group and Vanessa Frost. This camp is designed to teach kids how to properly develop, write, design, and illustrate a book. Using games, writing exercises, art lessons and team work the kids will each walk away with an original and unique book to call their own!

Ages: 9 to 14 years

Materials: All supplies are included.

Instructor: Kerri O'Donnell & Vanessa Frost

Kerri O'Donnell, Vice President at Rosen Publishing Group, will be teaching the creative writing portion of camp. She has worked in the children's publishing industry for over 18 years, and is currently specializing in both fiction and nonfiction for children in grades K–12. In this role, she oversees all aspects of the editorial process—from content creation to finished product—for a title list of nearly 1,000 books per year. Kerri holds a special place in her publishing heart for creative writing in all its forms, and remembers what got her started down this path many years ago—an inspirational 4th grade teacher who recognized and encouraged her budding writing skills and gave her what she considers the best advice she's ever received: "Just keep writing, no matter what. There are whole worlds waiting for you to discover them."Kerri is beyond thrilled at the opportunity to bring her experience and tips of the trade to today's imaginative young wordsmiths.

As a full time artist and owner of MUSEjar, Vanessa finds inspiration and joy in teaching art. Art is a language that is often forgotten about and it's amazing what happens once it's tapped into. Her background is fine art and film production, with a degree from The University of Vermont. She loves mixed media, and currently works mainly with acrylics, but she is constantly exploring and experimenting with all other mediums.

NOTE: All classes require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies.

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Jul
23
9:00 AM09:00

Art Gone Wild Camp

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July 23rd through July 27th

Lions, and Tigers and Bears...oh my!

Join us for a week long camp of wildlife creativity and exploration! Learn how to bring different animals and other beautiful nature themed imagery to life using acrylic paints and mixed media in a fun way that incorporates art, science, and reading. We will start each day with a nature or animal themed story for inspiration, with the main focus of this camp being on the creative process of making art related to the stories shared throughout the week.

Ages: 5-7 years

Materials: All supplies are included.

Instructor: Angeline Woodworth

Angeline Woodworth is currently a full time Development Director at Compeer, as well as, a wife, and working mom to three children, aged 1.5, 3, and 17. Beyond that she is also an artist with particular passion and experience with photography, acrylic and water color painting, creative writing, and sketch artwork. Angie studied graphic design with a minor in psychology at The Rochester Institute of Technology, has taught art through after school programming and with kids. She is passionate about self expression, nurturing creativity and supporting those abilities with all people, especially children. Angie views creating art as a crucial outlet for thoughts and feelings, and allows for communications and understanding beyond language; all of which is healing, inspiring and thought provoking for the soul.

NOTE: All classes require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies.

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Jul
16
9:00 AM09:00

Nature & Mindful Art Camp

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Registration for this camp is closed, but check out our other upcoming art camps!

July 16th through July 20th

We are teaming up with Ashtree Wellness for a week of exploring, nature, yoga, and art! Designed to tune into nature and take a break from our devices, this camp is structured around the outdoors and taking the time to appreciate what is already right in front of us. With day trips to local parks and time in the art studio we will be using nature as our muse. Our days will be filled with a variety of activities ranging from nature art journaling (drawing and learning about plants), crafting dreamcatchers, hiking, yoga, meditation, performance art with hula hoops, and plein air painting. We can't wait to get outside, explore, and create with one of our favorite muses, nature!

$425.00/child

Ages: 9 to 14 years

Materials: This camp is a full day so kids will need to bring a bag lunch, water bottle, and snacks. Sunscreen and outdoor appropriate clothing and footwear is also a must as we will be outside a lot! All art supplies will be included, as well as a new journal for drawing. If they have a yoga mat they are welcome to bring it, but it's not essential. 

Instructor: Ashley Strazzella of AshTree Wellness & Vanessa Frost

Ashley is a facilitator and teacher of healing practices, plant medicine, and various forms of yoga and meditation. She has spent years under many teachers observing, studying, and eventually practicing the healing process of various traditions and approaches, on patients from various cultures, backgrounds and mindsets. Ashley not only focuses on the healing aspects of art using natural and nature inspired materials, but also loves to teach easy ways to feel grounded and connected. She facilitates plant spirit medicine gatherings, simple rituals and classes aimed towards helping us to regain our birth right connections with the Earth and Nature.

As a full time artist and owner of MUSEjar, Vanessa finds inspiration and joy in teaching art. Art is a language that is often forgotten about and it's amazing what happens once it's tapped into. Her background is fine art and film production, with a degree from The University of Vermont. She loves mixed media, and currently works mainly with acrylics, but she is constantly exploring and experimenting with all other mediums.

NOTE: All classes require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our summer camp policies.

 

 

 

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