Summer Fine Art Camps Sponsored by United Way

United Way Fine Art Camps
Celebrate the Arts

Instructor Kathy Nelson

Our Fine Arts Camps are packed with fun and challenging activities that encourage creativity and growth for a lifetime. Campers will explore a variety of mediums such as graphite, paint, pastels, charcoal, sculptural materials, found objects, and much more. Each week includes art instruction, hand-building in clay, dance & drama.

This summer, The United Way has, again, graciously provided funding for the Colquitt County
Arts Center’s Summer Fine Arts Camps. The Arts Center is so thankful to be able to offer camps
during this time, and we look forward to providing arts programming this summer.

Per the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, there will be a 9:1 ratio of students to
instructors. Masks will be required of students and instructors and will be provided if needed.
The Arts Center is taking every precaution to provide sanitizer to students and to ensure that all
camp sites are sanitized periodically throughout the day and at the end of each day. There are
plans in place to keep groups separated without intermingling during activities and to ensure
that groups enter the building at separate entrances, while parents remain at the door or outside
in order to limit people in the building at all times. Student safety is our priority.

Meals including breakfast and lunch will not be provided in this year’s camp. Students are required to bring their own sack lunches.  Limited scholarships are available for families in financial need with proof of 4 weeks of income or through a recommendation from the student’s school.

Early Arrival                                  7:45 am
Class Instruction Begins            8:00 am
Pickup                                           5:00 pm

Eligible Ages: Completed 2nd grade thru completed 5th grade
Cost: $85 for the first child, $75 for additional sibling or additional weeks

Available Camps

(FULL) June 1-5 Be a Painter
Dive into the world of color theory and painting and take advantage of our Art of Bugs exhibit
by exploring bugs in art and getting hands on with some insect art.

(FULL) June 8-12 Learning the Basics (Drawing)
Campers will be guided step by step through the process of drawing by creating and exploring
line, four basic shapes, color, and composition as you draw a variety of subjects throughout the
week.

June 15-19 That’s Surreal (1920s Surrealism)
Take a look back at the art of Surrealism as we celebrate 100 years of artists Salvador
Dalí, Pablo Picasso, and Frida Kahlo.

June 22-26 Empire Art (1920s Deco Style)
Explore a spectrum of the visual arts: from architecture, painting, and sculpture to the graphic
and decorative arts, including the Empire State Building in this camp that looks at symmetrical,
geometric, streamlined art.

July 6-10 3-D Creativity
Gain an understanding of building, sculpting and creating balance by using wood and found
materials to design interchangeable and interactive 3-D pieces of art.

July 13-17 Drawing, Drawing, Drawing
Work on your drawing skills in this week of exploring realism, figure drawing, perspective,
composition, shadows and highlights, and layering foreground and background.

July 20-24 Bending Nature
Bend nature in the fun-filled week of weaving wood and building arches and other 3-D pieces,
using natural and functional materials to create fine art.

July 27-July 31 Discover Printmaking
Learn the history of printmaking and create fine art prints from found and unusual objects that
make interesting textures through mono and block printing.