- Full Name: SSAC Summer Art Camps for kids
- Location: Art Tent behind Mahon Hall
- Phone: 250-538-8447
- Expires: 23 days, 7 hours
Teen Art Camp-ages 12-16- Mon-Fri July 22-26 11-3pm $180
In the Art Tent on the green behind Mahon Hall in Ganges.
A week of creative focus for teens with Cam Novak, our experienced and dynamic art instructor. This camp is designed to engage teens in discovering and fine tuning their creative visions. Various mediums will be available to choose from as they form and develop a finished piece by the end of the week. Introductions to various contemporary and graffiti artists will offer inspiration and help with their creative direction. Cam is great at building a collaborative environment where all forms of creating can thrive.
Finished work may become part of the Easter Art Show Youth Exhibit 2020, or if they choose (and are 13yrs. within the calendar year and residents of the Southern Gulf Islands) youth may submit their work to the SSNAP Youth exhibit.
Bursaries are available – https://ssartscouncil.com/youth-summer-art-camp-bursarieis/ Deadline is July 6.
The SSNAP Youth juried exhibit will be exhibited at the Salt Spring Gallery from Oct 4-23, parallel to the Salt Spring National Art Prize, which will be in Mahon Hall exhibit Sept. 23 – Oct.22, 2019
Entry details – ssartscouncil.com/call-youth-art-exhibition/ Bursaries are available. Please apply by June 28, 2019. Apply here
To register https://ssartscouncil.com/product/teen-art-camp/
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