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Rock, Paper, Scissors Teen Scene Camp #2 (Age 13-16)


Irving Arts Center

TEEN SCENE CAMP #2: ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS
JULY 22 – 26, 2019
AGES 13-16
TUITION: $210 FULL DAY; $105 HALF DAY
MAXIMUM CAMP ENROLLMENT: 15

CLASS #1 (8 A.M. – 10 A.M.):KIRIGAMI: THE ART OF PAPER CUTTING
(Visual Arts/2D Design/STEAM) Paper cutting is an ancient art of paper design that has evolved uniquely all over the world to adapt to different cultural styles. In this class, campers will explore kirigami,the Japanese art of paper folding and cutting. Using various cutting and folding techniques, campers will create their own intricate two- and three-dimensional designs.
Instructor: Sheila Cunningham

CLASS #2 (10 A.M. – 12 NOON): UNDER PRESSURE: THE ART OF PRINTMAKING

(Visual Arts/Drawing/Graphic Arts/2D Design/STEAM)
Printmaking as an art form has been around since prehistoric cave dwellers used their hand as a stencil while they blew paint onto the cave walls. Prints essentially are made by transferring ink from a surface (a wood, metal, or stone plate or a stencil) that has been carved, drawn, engraved or etched with chemicals to a piece of paper or other material using pressure. Campers will learn the basics of printmaking to make a relief print using their own drawings or abstract designs to create a master plate from which multiple images are produced by hand. Finished prints can be framed or used a cover for journals.
Instructor: Sheila Cunningham

CLASS #3 (1 – 3 P.M.): MIXED MEDIA MANIA: SCULPTURE & MORE

(Visual Arts/Mixed Media/2D & 3D Design/Sculpture)
Campers will collect rocks, make & marbleize paper, twist wire, mine and cut images from magazines & other source material, pour plaster, recycle things and embellish as desired to make fantastic original works of art.
Instructor: Robert Batson

CLASS #4 (3 – 5 P.M.): FAUX CAVE PAINTING

(Visual Arts/Mixed Media/2D & 3D Design/Art History/STEAM)
Students will explore the materials, symbols and meaning of prehistoric pictographs and cave paintings and then produce their own compositions on various surfaces to reproduce the effect of painting on rock.
Instructor: Cynthia Anzaldua

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