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Summer Fine Art Camp (Week 2: July 22-26)

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  • Full Name: Ocean Art Studio / Daina Deblette
  • Location: 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road
  • Phone: 902.717.4246
  • Expires: 21 days, 12 hours

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  • Item listed by: on May 9, 2019

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    Summer Fine Art Camp (Week 2: July 22-26)

    *Note: Both Spring Break camps and Week 1 Summer Fine Art Camp sold out with a wait list, so it’s best to register ASAP!*

    Kids ages 9-12 are in for an amazing week as we have fun creating quality art they are proud of. Explore with new materials and projects, including drawing, collage, painting with watercolour and acrylic, and playing with mixed media. Instruction will be balanced with free time. Art Camp is for all creative levels. The results will be magical!

    *Note* Images here are to share past projects. I’ll be sure to not repeat projects for returning kids :)

    Tuition is $270 for Monday to Friday from 10am-2pm. All high quality art materials are included. Tuition for families who wish to enroll 2 children may request a discount. Contact me for details.

    Kids bring their own lunches and drinks. Water is provided.

    ** Register with PayPal through Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-fine-art-camp-ages-9-12-week-2-july-22-26-tickets-60967381078 OR by bank e-transfer to daina@oceanartstudio.ca to avoid fees **
    If paying by e-transfer please Contact Daina first to ensure availability as workshops fill up quickly.

    Space is limited! Class sizes are small to ensure one-on-one attention.

    I welcome any suggestions for day projects and multi-day camps. The Studio is a great place for kids or grown-up art parties. Contact daina@oceanartstudio.ca for more info and to book.

    At Ocean Art Studio, professional artist Daina Deblette has been teaching children art since 2006.

    “Kids love to create! I want to ensure your child’s interest in art is cultivated and nurtured in a fun, safe, supportive space.” – Daina

    “Creativity is contagious; pass it on.” – Albert Einstein

    Ocean Art Studio is located a minute past Moby’s Pub towards the north end of Ganges.
    “Merchants’ Mews, Artists Galleries & Studios” 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia V8K 1R7

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