These are IN-PERSON camps for rising 8-12 graders.
These camps are primarily exploratory- utilizing the spacious studio facilities at WCU Bardo Arts Center. Students will gain awareness of art forms not likely available to them in their schools. Participants should be prepared to be immersed in art making for most of the day. Clothing that can get dirty is recommended.
Erin Tapley -Director of Art Ed Program WCU
Caryn Raming -Artist, Longtime Teacher Assistant in JCPS and Art Education Student
WCU Art Education Students
June 21-25 9am-4pm
Morning: Stained glass
Late afternoon 1 hour long activities: Photograms, Polymer Clay, Wet Felting, Design,
July 12-16 9am – 4pm
Late afternoon 1 hour long activities: Natural Dyeing, 2D/3D Perspective Drawing, Basketry, Calligraphy
Students will spread out over multiple large rooms with 6 feet of physical distancing and will be required to wear masks at all times. Lunch will be eaten outside on the Brown Hall patio or terrace.
By submitting this registration, the parent or guardian is granting permission for the child to attend the program and for WCU to photograph the child for promotional purposes and for possible inclusion on WCU social Media pages.