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Summer Art Camp at Museum of Art for Children and Adults

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The Museum of Art is offering summer art classes during the weeks of July 30-Aug. 3 and Aug. 6-10 for students in grades 2 – 12. Students can sign up for morning sessions, 9 a.m. – noon, or afternoon sessions, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., or both. The cost is $125 per session or $225 for two sessions during the same week, and includes basic materials.

Evening classes in woodworking are available July 30 through Aug. 15.

Lunch and snacks are not provided, but students are welcome to bring their lunches. Center. Supervision is provided during the lunch hour. At the end of each week, students are invited to share their work in a special exhibition held by the Museum of Art.

Session 1 (Monday, July 30 – Friday, Aug. 3) morning classes include:

Fun with Photography (grades 4-7) with Ryan Bachman
Manga Madness (grades 6-8) with Barbara Steinberg
Studio Painting (grades 4-7) with Kate Johnson
Introduction to Drawing (grades 4-7) with Gretchen Woodman
Creative Clay (grades 7 and up) with Cada Driscoll
Silkscreen Printing (grades 7 and up) with Holly Denoncourt
Wire World (grades 7 and up) with Mary Mojica
Becoming Andy Warhol (grades 2-3) with Kimberly Olson
Drawing Connections (grades 7 and up) with K. Lee Mock
Introduction to Puppetry (grades 4-7) with Carol Jo Fisher
Dream Homes (grades 4-6) with Tyler Beaudoin
Material World (grades 4-6) with Denise Wright

Afternoon classes include:

Collage and Composites (grades 8 and up) with Ryan Bachman
Create a Manga Graphic Novel (grades 8 and up) with Barbara Steinberg
Studio Painting (grades 7 and up) with Kate Johnson
Introduction to Drawing (grades 7 and up) with Gretchen Woodman
Creative Clay (grades 4-7) with Cada Driscoll
Printing Without a Press (grades 4-7) with Holly Denoncourt
Wireworks! (grades 4-6) with Mary Mojica
Becoming MC Escher (grades 4-6) with Kimberly Olson
Drawing: From the Ground Up (grades 4-6) with K. Lee Mock
Puppet Art (grades 8 and up) with Carol Jo Fisher
Wood, Machines & Energy (grades 7-9) with Nathan Hansen
Eye Wonder (grades 7-9 with Denise Wright.

Session II (Monday, Aug. 6 – Friday, Aug. 10) morning classes include:

Photo Narrative and Bookmaking (grades 8 and up) with Ryan Bachman
Manga Madness (grades 4-7) with Barbara Steinberg
From Colored Pencils to Print (grades 7 and up) with Jesse James Thomas
Introduction to Drawing (grades 7 and up) with Gretchen Woodman
Creative Clay (grades 4-7) with Cada Driscoll
Printmaking without a Press (grades 4-7) with Holly Denoncourt
Exploring Bookmaking (grades 4-7) with Kate Johnson
What Kind of Artist Are You? (grades 2-3) with Kimberly Olson
Drawing: From the Ground Up (grades 7 and up) with K. Lee Mock
Board Games (grades 7-9) with Tyler Beaudoin
Material World (grades 4 – 6) with Denise Wright 

Afternoon classes include:

Landscape and Architecture Photography (grades 4-7) with Ryan Bachman
Create a Manga Graphic Novel (grades 8 and up) with Barbara Steinberg
From Colored Pencils to Paint (grades 4-7) with Jesse James Thomas
Introduction to Drawing (grades 4-6) with Gretchen Woodman
Creative Clay (grades 8 and up) with Cada Driscoll
Silkscreen Printing (grades 7 and up) with Holly Denoncourt
Exploring Bookmaking (grades 7 and up) with Kate Johnson
Destination: Inspiration (grades 4-6) with Kimberly Olson
Drawing Connections (grades 8 and up) with K. Lee Mock
Shaker Benches Start to Finish (grades 9 and up) with Tyler Beaudoin
Eye Wonder (grades 7 – 9) with Denise Wright

Three-week evening classes, designed for teens and adults who would like to work individually or as a team, have been added to the schedule:

Woodworking Contained! with Nathan Hansen, Mondays and Wednesdays, July 30 and Aug. 1,6,8,13,15, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
A Place to Sit or Set with Nathan Hansen, Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 31 and Aug. 2,7,9,14,16, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

For a complete description of the classes or to register online, visit the Museum of Art’s website at www.unh.edu/moa or contact Catherine A. Mazur, education and publicity coordinator, at catherine.mazur@unh.edu or 2-3713. For general information about the museum’s exhibitions and programs, contact the Museum of Art at 2-3712, museum.of.art@unh.edu, or visit www.unh.edu/moa.