Camp Creativity: Studio A
1801 Thirty-Fifth Street NW (at S street)
Registration begins January 27th for Members, February 10th for Non-Members
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please click on the title of the camp or care session you would like to register for. You must do this for each session. If you are registering for full-day camp, you must select both the FULL DAY AM and FULL DAY PM sessions. If you are registering for half-day camp, you must select an AM-ONLY or PM-ONLY session. Failure to do this may result in an incomplete registration.
Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Week 1 June 23 –27 Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Masterful Masks A.M.
Learn about the meaning of masks in cultures around the world. See examples of colorful and elaborate masks. Create your own using fun and unique materials.
Just Add Water P.M.
Watercolor is one of the most difficult painting mediums to control, but it gives some of the most delicate and beautiful results. Learn how to mix color, apply washes, and create effects unique to watercolor as you paint from life.
Week 2 June 30-July 4 (4 day week, no class on July 4 th ) Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Modern Masters A.M.
Study the works of artist such as Monet, Matisse, Picasso and Kadinsky. Learn about the early modern art movements and how abstraction was born, then try painting in an abstract style yourself.
Story Illustration P.M.
Create picture books, thumbnail sketches and full-size drawings from a short story, a fairy tale or an original written piece. Study popular illustrators and follow in their imaginative footsteps.
Week 3 July 7 –11 Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Paper Explorations A.M.
Explore the range of artistic possibilities with beautiful and unique papers by bending, folding, cutting and pasting to create two-dimensional collages and three-dimensional structures.
Magic Brushes P.M. "Magic Brushes P.M.": SOLD OUT! PLease click here to sign up for the wait list
Create beautiful paintings using a variety of water based paints. Learn how to mix color and paint from subject matter that includes still life, landscape and personal invention. Let your magic brushes color your world!
Week 4 July 14 –18 Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Mosaic Art A.M.
Examine the uses of mosaic from Roman times to the present. Be inspired and assemble unique designs and colors to create one of a kind two- and three- dimensional works of mosaic art.
Animal Menagerie P.M.
Learn how to create many different kinds of animals with a variety of two-and three- dimensional media. Your favorite animals will come alive through creative expression.
Week 5 July 21 –25 Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Around the World A.M.
All around the world people make art. They decorate their world and add beauty to their lives. Create objects inspired from cultures around the world, and learn their meaning and importance along the way.
The circus has always been a special source of entertainment for all. Draw, paint, and sculpt animal creatures and figures from the circus.
Week 6 July 28 –August 1 Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Survey unusual and exotic insects from around the world and create your own two- and three- dimensional creatures from a variety of materials.
Fantasy Art P.M.
Dreaming of unicorns, animal creations and habitats of the future? Learn to draw with a fantastic and imaginative theme. Develop creative finished works of art with a range of media.
Week 7 August 4 –8 Georgetown Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Pirates and Parrots A.M.
Ahoy mate! Hear some tales of famous pirates, their ships and hidden treasures. Create your own treasure maps, pirate persona and paint your way across the ocean!
Creature Creations P.M.
Focus on amazing wildlife from around the world. Using a range of media, create your own favorite creatures.
Week 8 August 11–15 Studio A (Ages 5-7)
Kid Pan Alley FULL DAY ONLY. DOWNTOWN ONLY
The last week (August 11-16) of Camp Creativity 2014 is a weeklong songwriting workshop that combines creativity, music, and art. Campers work with Kid Pan Alley Songwriter Staff, who have written over 1,800 songs with over 30,000 children across the nation. Budding songwriters draw musical inspiration from the art in the Corcoran’s galleries. Theater and visual art teachers guide costume and stage design projects for the concert finale on Saturday, August 16th.
All classes for all ages are held at the Downtown campus this week only. Full Day Session only with pre and post camp activity options.
Kid Pan Alley Fees
8 to 9am