Kids Clay Camp!
Monday through Friday, July 9-13 | 9am - 3pm daily
Instructors: Julia Gronski and Barbara Tam
Join the fun in a fabulous week of clay. Each day, new projects will be introduced with plenty of personal instruction and with inspiration from the farmyard, the woods, and from one another. Throughout the week, we will explore the pottery techniques of pinching, coiling, and rolling slabs. And some days we will try our chances at the wheel! Campers can make a variety of functional projects including piggy banks, trinket boxes, slab plates, alphabet cups, and story tiles. And we will sculpt clay critters, farm animals, and imaginary creatures, too. No clay experience is required, just your enthusiasm and imagination.
Our day will begin with a clay session in the Studio, followed by organized outside activities and games or farm and field explorations. We might harvest our morning snack from the garden. After lunch together in the Applebarn, a camper may choose to return to the clay studio or to engage in an art project using other techniques and materials. These projects could include crafting a kite, making a rainstick, weaving with wool rovings, building a gnome house in the woods, or painting magic wands. We might even sing to the pigs.
All work will be glazed with food-grade safe glazes and fired in our electric kilns and will be available for parent pick-up about 2 weeks after camp.
Max. 9 campers
Camp Fee: $325 | includes all instruction, clay and art materials, glazes, and kiln firing
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, a limited number of full and partial need-based scholarships are available. Please email us for information: email@example.com
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Campers should arrive each day wearing solid shoes and clothing able to endure clay and garden dirt. In a sturdy bag or backpack, campers should have a rain jacket and bring a healthy snack, a home-lunch, and a water bottle with their name on it. A smock or old coverall t-shirt can be brought but is not necessary. A change of clothes and shoes can be kept at camp for the week. More information located on the registration form, or call us at 518.242.6535.
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