April 6 – 8, 2021
9 AM – 12 PM & 1 – 4 PM
Registration Deadline: April 1
$45 ($35 for KAC Members)
SPACE LIMITED, ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED AT krasl.org/education/youth/camps
Krasl Art Center is offering six (6) in-person art camps this spring Brask. Camps are inspired by the artworks of Renee Robbins and Nikki Renee Anderson, on view in KAC galleries during ‘Boom Bloom’ April 3 – June 6, 2021. The exhibition includes bold abstract paintings and sculptures that reference a variety of subjects, including flowers, the body, cellular biology and outer space.
Camps are available for students ages 5 – 7, and 8 – 12 and cost $45 per student ($35 for KAC members). All camps are in-person, registration and required forms are available at krasl.org/education/youth/camps.
SB1: Clay Flower Pots and Spring Creatures
5 – 7 YRS
TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 9 AM – 12 PM
Spring is finally here! Create a flower pot and spring animals out of clay with Sherrie Styx! *Fired clay projects can be picked up April 23 – 26, 11 AM – 5 PM.
SB2: Flower Power Paintings
8 – 12 YRS
TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1 – 4 PM
Flowers don’t have to be tiny, delicate, and pretty. They can also be big, bold, and powerful! Keith Stevens will teach campers to use scale, bold colors, and dynamic shapes to highlight the energy and excitement of flowers and other common plants.
SB3: Fantasy Solar Systems
5 – 7 YRS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 9 AM – 12 PM
Draw, paint, and collage an entire solar system from your imagination with artist Dani Davis! Working on large black paper, campers will populate the void with planets, moons, comets, black holes, and intergalactic inventions.
SB4: Space Junk Sculptures
8 – 12 YRS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1 – 4 PM
Use recycled materials to create robots, spaceships, rovers, and satellites that will orbit the Krasl skies with instructor Keith Stevens! Finished sculptures will be spray painted silver and hung in KAC windows for the remainder of Spring Break week.
SB5: Cellular Mandalas
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 9 AM-12 PM
A mandala is a geometric form that begins with one central point and expands to infinite! See how gallery artist Renee Robbins has used this form in her art to represent micro and macro growth, and then make your own paintings using the same idea with instructor Sherrie Styx.
SB6: Biomorphic Clay Bodies (IN-PERSON)
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1-4 PM
TUITION: $45/35 MEMBERS
Clay is the perfect medium to create biomorphic forms that resemble or suggest living organisms! View the sculptures of Nikki Renee Anderson and make your own sculptures that appear to be in the process of growing, breathing, or changing shape before your eyes with artist Dani Davis.