The Coral Springs Museum of Art is kicking off this summer with an exciting digital camp program: Zoom into the Studio, which will be scheduled from June 15 to August 14. Young artists ages 6 to 17 will be able to explore a number of studio art classes online on Zoom, where they will meet children with similar interests, and have fun developing their artistic skills in an interactive and engaging atmosphere.
All Classes run Monday- Friday (5 Days).
Length of Class: 1.5 Hours Daily
$60 / $54 Member Rate
$5 off sibling discount for Members
LOGGING INTO YOUR ZOOM CLASS:
We recommend that prior to the start of class you become familiar with Zoom, a video conferencing app that can be accessed at https://zoom.us. Once you have registered your child for the studio class you will receive an emailed receipt with information on the Zoom meeting class ID. Every day during the time that the class is scheduled you can go to https://zoom.us/join and insert the meeting ID so that your child may have class access.
PURCHASING REQUIRED CLASS SUPPLIES:
Your emailed class receipt will also have a link to the Museum’s Amazon Smile account, which will have a small list of supplies for purchase. Some supplies are mandatory, some are recommended, and some supplies may already be something you have at home. Please contact the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The museum finds that it is important for your child to share their artistic success with family. So on Fridays during the last 15 minutes of class we invite you to check out their work from the week as they share what they have been working on.
WEEK 6: JULY 20 – 24
AGES 6 – 9
Art Around the World
Young artists will become world travelers as they learn about different cultures and their art. Throughout the week they will explore a variety of techniques and materials as they take a virtual trip to different destinations around the globe.
SPECIAL TWO-DAY SEMINAR JULY 20 & 23, 2020 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
AGES 10+ (Ages 9 may participate if they have taken a comic book class at the Museum previously)
CREATING COMIC LOGOS, SOUND EFFECTS & LETTERING
INSTRUCTOR: CORY LAUB
*SPECIAL TWO-DAY SEMINAR* Students will learn how to create amazing title logos for their comic book covers, draw exciting sound effects (POW! BOOM! CRUNCH!) for their story pages, and letter word balloons like the pros! They will get a crash-course in design and layout, while being entertained with comic book and pop culture trivia!
WEEK 7: JULY 27 – 31
In this class young artists will learn how to draw popular cartoon characters, step-by-step. They will practice cartoon drawing techniques and learn about anatomy, perspective, movement, how to create their own characters and world-building philosophies.
WEEK 8: AUGUST 3 – 7
WEEK 9: AUGUST 10 – 14
Learn about color, composition, texture and shapes in this out of the ordinary watercolor design class. Artists have fun experimenting with paint to make their own masterpiece. Demonstrations, classroom time for Q & A, and individual interaction will help you create beautiful paintings.
What is the cost of the summer camp?
$60 per week for non-member, $54 a week for current members (does not include art materials)
Where do I pick-up the art materials?
Materials will not be provided by the museum. The material checklist, for individuals to purchase, will be provided for each class on our website.
What type of classes will be available online?
All class types and descriptions can be found above.
What does a week of summer camp entail?
Every week the museum offers different studio art classes that are divided by age groups 6-8, 9+, and 12+. These classes run for an hour and a half from Monday to Friday and are led by professional artists. During these live classes parents can expect their children to have fun creating art, while receiving instruction and feedback from the artist teaching. They will learn how to master new skills and develop their own artistic style all while making new friends.
Will my child virtually interact with other children during camp?
Yes, there will be open class time and break periods throughout the class, where children will be able to interact with one another. During instructional time, the class will be expected to mute their microphones so everyone may hear important information.
What ages does summer camp cater to?
Classes range from 6 to 17 years of age.
Will there be an art showcase?
Yes, parents are invited every Friday during the last 15 minutes of class to checkout their child’s artwork created during the week.