Young At Art Week Long Creativity Camp – Art + Nature

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When:

June 25 - 29, 2018

Time:

8:30AM-12:00 PM

Where:

Depot Art Center - 1001 13th Street, Steamboat Springs

Session Capacity – 15

Age Restriction: 8 – 16 years

Class Description: Students will engage in a variety of artistic processes and mediums using nature as inspiration. We will design our own ‘Steampunk Critters’ following Jules Verne’s idea of non-electric power. Students will choose an insect, animal, fish and create a sculpture using, clay, wire, metal, paint and disassembled clocks. Other projects include ‘Fun Fossils’ creating embedded fossils forms from your imagination and ‘Leaf Banners’ designed using natural objects as the basis for the designs.

Teacher: Dona Steele has lived in Steamboat on and off for over 35 years and has a long history with the Steamboat Springs Arts Council serving with the Visual Arts Committee. She helped develop the Kaleidoscope/Young at Art summer programs for the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Her degree in Art Education and Constructive Design from Florida State University launched her into many careers. As an entrepreneur, she has spent over 20 years running and operating Dona Steele Designs, specializing in faux finishes and decorative painting.