A summer Mini-Camp will be held for little artists ages 3 1/2 to 5 from June through August at Sharon Arts Center School of Art and Craft, 457 Rt. 123, Sharon.
“This is a wonderful beginners art experience for the littlest of art explorers,” said School Director Alexandra Wall. “Campers will get to experience drawing, painting, sculpture, and ceramics, as well as a bit of art history through picture-telling geared for a great beginning in fine art foundations. This is a great first camp experience that keeps it fun and challenging.”
Each camp meets Monday through Friday, from 10 am to noon, with different themes every week. The June 25-29 session will be “Pre-Historic Fun,” followed by “Under the Sea” July 9-13, “Gardens and More” July 23-27, and “All About Me” August 6-10.
Tuition for each week is $110 or $90 for Sharon Arts members and covers all materials.
“We are happy to host a range of programs for building the creative vision of the younger artist, where first-time artists just learning to express themselves with their creativity will be given the guidance needed to understand not only how to use certain techniques, tools, and mediums, but how to have fun while learning to observe and work from both life and imagination to create beautiful works of art,” said Executive Director Keri Wiederspahn. “Each class is carefully structured to combine a variety of experience in different mediums and consists of a spectrum of unique projects stressing each young artist’s personal creativity.”