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Summer Art Camps for Youth/Teens

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  • Full Name: Jeannette Sirois
  • Location: North End
  • Phone: 778-557-3672
  • Expires: 20 days, 3 hours

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  • Item listed by: on June 8, 2019

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    Come join me for some fun art-making this summer. Three youth/teen camps are being offered for July and will be a fun way to spend the summer learning new art skills while exploring fun projects.
    Check out my website for more information about these camps.

    Graphic Novel & Comic Book Creation Camp
    Youth Workshop age 11- 16.
    July 8-12
    9:30 – 12:30
    Cost:  $235
    Limited Space

    This workshop explores the great subject of comic books and graphic novel creation.  We’ll learn how to take a blank page and turn it into your own graphic novel! Students create comics using tools such as pencils, paper, and markers. The class covers the process from start to finish, including planning, character design, script writing, drawing techniques, and composition.
    Payment can be made through e-transfer, check dropped off at studio, or check in mail.  
    Register early to reserve your place.
    Please contact instructor prior to sending e-transfer at: jesirois@me.com

    Drawing Creation Workshop
    Youth Workshop 11- 16
    July 15-19
    9:30 – 12:30
    Cost:  $235
    Limited Space

    A fun week of exploring techniques and methods of drawing.  Young artists will practice their drawing skills through the study of form, value and composition then apply these skills on paper using charcoal/graphite, oil pastels and chalk pastels.  We’ll explore subject from animal faces to still life and work at honing our skills in various drawing techniques and methods.  
    Payment can be made through e-transfer, check dropped off at studio, or check in mail.  
    Register early to reserve your place.
    Please contact instructor prior to sending e-transfer at: jesirois@me.com

    Architecture Camp
    Teen Workshop 13- 18

    July 22-26
    9:30 – 1:30
    Cost:  $275
    Limited Space

    Have fun learning about the wonderful world of architectural design and model building.  We’ll look at some fun architecture throughout history, investigate sustainable design and renewable resources and materials, learn space-planning concepts, how to draw plans and elevations and then take our small house design and make a simple model. Students will explore the fundamental aspects of architecture, including the function of space and how to use creative problem solving when designing spaces.
    All materials provided, students should bring a snack

    Register early to reserve your place in these fun week long camps. 
    Please contact instructor prior to sending e-transfer at: jesirois@me.com
    Payment can be made through e-transfer, check dropped off at studio, or check in mail.  

    I am a full time artist on Salt Spring and have been teaching both youth and adults for over 26 years with 16 years as a middle/high school art teacher specialist. I hold a valid BCTF Professional Teacher Certification in Visual Arts and a M.Ed in Visual Arts studies from UBC.

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