The Ellen Noël Art Museum has scheduled four weeks of summer camps for ages 6-12 with different art subjects like painting, 3D design, ceramics, and much more each week.
Class hours are 9:15 a.m. to noon.
Ages 13-17 can check out the Teen Artist Residency Program. This program is a one-week intensive summer art program that offers a unique art experience in a museum setting, working with ceramic artist, Daiken Asakawa, a news release said.
Students must apply and be accepted into this program and will get the chance to work in a fun and interactive environment while exploring new techniques and developing their own artistic creativity. Applications can be found on the museum’s website noelartmuseum.org/programs and are due by May 24.
The Ellen Noël Art Museum’s Summer Art Camp schedule is:
>> June 7-11 • Ages 13 – 17 • Teen Artist Residency Program.
>> June 14-18 • Ages 6-12 • Ceramics + “Art Sampler.”
>> June 21-25 • Ages 6-12 • Painting + “From Bugs to Botanicals.”
>> July 12-16 • Ages 6-12 • 3D Design + Textiles/Embroidery.
>> July 19-23 • Ages 6-12 • Collage/Mixed Media + Cartooning/Flipbooks.
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Registration opens to the public May 17.
The registration fee must be paid in advance by phone (432-550-9696 ext. 213) between 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. The museum has a limited amount of scholarships available based on financial need through the Neely Hunter Palmer Fund. The suggested deadline is June 11. No refunds.
Face masks are required for children and adults.
For more details on each class and prices, visit noelartmuseum.org/events.
For more information regarding Summer Art Camp at the Ellen Noël Art Museum, contact Annie Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 432-550-9696, ext. 213.