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Helpful Clickable Links 2016 Summer Camp – Looking For Art Revolution BROCHURE 2016 Summer Camp – Online Enrollment Form Summer Camp – Printable Enrollment Form 2016 MDCA Rockwell Members ( (pre-teens and teens) Wednesdays Time: pm to pm Session I 9/14/16 – 10/19/16 (six (6) weeks) Session II 11/2/16 – 12/7/16 (six (6) weeks) What is Mixed Media?
In this six week course, students will explore how to use basic elements of drawing and various mediums – pencils, pastels, collage, watercolor, acrylics, and collage – to develop various pages in an art journal.
Students will experience art as a form of self expression and their creative skills will grow naturally.
Instructor: Ronda Maseman $95 members, $125 non-members (Ages 6 to 12) Wednesdays Time: pm to pm Session I 9/14/16 – 10/19/16 (six (6) weeks) Session II 11/2/16 – 12/7/16 (six (6) weeks) Imagination is the key in this hand-building clay class.
Join instructor Lois Crisp Stover as she teaches how to be successful building bird houses, totems, rain-sticks, bird feeders, animals, and much more.
Students will come away with a working knowledge of clay and art work they can be proud of. Instructor: Lois Crisp Stover $185 members & non-members (Ages 5 to 12) Wednesdays Time: pm to pm Session I 9/14/16 – 10/19/16 (six (6) weeks) Session II 11/2/16 – 12/7/16 (six (6) weeks) Join instructor Mandi Schiff as she explores multiple media in this six week course.
Instinctively we know art is important for our children.Art is a fundamental component of what makes us human.Students in this class will experience art as a form of self expression and their creative skills will grow naturally.Together we will learn about keeping a sketchbook, how to “see” like an artist, and best of all play with fiber, watercolor, chalk pastel, acrylic, ink and more. During my holiday to Bombay this time, I visited this Spanish dessert joint with friends and tried out their speciality called Churros for the first time. Add the flour, sugar, oil and salt to the water when it is still hot and using a spoon mix it well until it forms a soft dough. Place this dough into the piping bag or the murku press (which is what I used) and press out the dough into the hot oil. The first look of it reminded me of chakli/ muruku. In fact I enjoyed it so much that I could not resist trying to make it at home.