Each day participants will try out different traditional art materials from oil pastels to charcoal, and try out more unconventional mark makers like fruit juice and sticks. We will use the interior and exterior of Rhizome and sometimes the surrounding neighborhood to find subjects that inspire. One of the first projects will be to make a sketchbook from a variety of papers to log our daily experiences. We will look at things in the summer light to spark ideas and make new things - the rainbows in a sprinkler or soap bubbles floating past...
Ages 7-11 // June 24-28 // 1-4pm // $185 (includes all materials)
Students may bring lunch and combine morning and afternoon camps for a full day, 9-4pm.
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Caroline MacKinnon is a parent, artist and educator who lives in Takoma Park, MD. She teaches ceramics classes to children and adults at the Takoma Park Community Center. She also holds art workshops for small groups in area schools. She likes meeting people, making art and collecting things.