May 7, 2011

WAITING LIST for ART CAMP, JUNE 18

*WAITING LIST ONLY* SORRY!
Join us for ART CAMP this summer!


















updates:
So sorry, but we now have a waiting list for ART CAMP!

We are looking for volunteers. If you like kids, and want to learn alongside them, this Camp is for you. Please email Molly at MAXEDART@gmail.com

We'll be adding
COMICS! to the workshops.

If you are able to provide WATER, a helping hand, or ART SUPPLIES (paper of all sizes, origami paper, disposable cameras, colored pencils, crayons), Please Let Us Know!

Waterworks Studios, 152 Kerr St.

Concord, North Carolina


Saturdays 11am – 2pm

June 18 – August 13


Ages 7-15 are welcome

No Charge


Call or email to reserve a space today!

MaxedArt@gmail.com or 520-245-2681


What to do?

Bookmaking! Drawing! ORIGAMI! Storytelling!

ScaVEngeR HUnt! MUSIC MAKING! Photography!



Saturday, June 18th, 11am-2pm, we will host an Open House for anyone and everyone interested in our ART CAMP. Parents are Welcome!


At ART CAMP, workshops are designed to engage all different types of youth personalities. Some workshops will offer structured techniques, while other workshops will allow youth to explore their own approach. On Saturday, August 13th, all youth artists will feature an exhibition for the community of Concord, free and open to the public.

ART CAMP is led by Molly Wilbanks, Ross Wilbanks, and Hana Blumenfeld. Guest artists include D. Thorin Medford, Diana Arvanites, faZe eXile, and more! Please come back for updates on guest artists.


Please contact Molly Wilbanks if you enjoy teaching youth, and are interested in leading a workshop. 520-245-2681, MaxedArt@gmail.com


***All costs for ART CAMP are from out-of-pocket monies. If you would like to SPONSOR ART CAMP with in-kind donations or monetary donations we will be able to provide more art opportunities for youth, and we will be happy to advertise your company***


Molly Wilbanks is a photographer, writer, and a new mother. She has worked as an art instructor with youth, as well as a photography and writing volunteer with various youth programs.

Ross Wilbanks is a filmmaker, musician, social worker, and new dad. He has worked with youth in a professional capacity for over 15 years. Ross has organized a variety of community events in North Carolina such as film screenings, musical performances, and theatrical and film productions.

Hana Blumenfeld is a scientist and an arts educator. She has worked many hours as a volunteer in Arizona, and North Carolina, including work at Crisis Assistance Ministry and the Free Store of Charlotte.

Diana Arvanites has been making and teaching art in both an academic and community setting for over ten years. Her artist books, monotypes, drawings, paintings, installations and writings explore the intersections of physical place, climate, weather, science and personal experience. She has been the recipient of grants and awards and her work is in both public and private collections throughout the United States. Diana has had many experiences teaching workshops and classes. They range from academic foundation classes to community collaborative. For more please visit Diana's website.

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