June 29 – July 3, 2020 | Mon – Fri | 9:30am – 12:30pm | Ages 5 – 9 | Register by June 25
In this week-long art camp, young artists will experience the joy of turning recycled objects into amazing art they will be proud of! Each project will use a variety of recycled materials, such as tin cans, bottles, cardboard, and paper, to teach students the importance of recycling, being resourceful, and taking care of the earth. This is a highly creative art camp that will give students the chance to truly stretch their imaginations! They will even have the opportunity to “invent” or create works of art made from any of the materials from our collection of unique recycled items. All supplies included.
Instructor: Brianna Ethier
Brianna Ethier is a practicing artist and small business owner from North Carolina. She graduated from Liberty University with a B.S. in Studio and Digital Arts, and is currently working toward her Master of Arts in Teaching degree. She has experience teaching both elementary and adult art classes, and enjoys working with a variety of art mediums, including linoleum block printing, watercolor, and graphite. Fun fact: Brianna and her family have lived in Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico, so she is fluent in both English and Spanish!