CULTURAL CRAFTING - YOUTH ART CAMP For youth ages 10 to 18, Free sessions starting July 6, last class July 31, each Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. to noon. Limit 10 youth, due to Covid spacial distancing. Each child will have their own 6 foot table. Two teachers one assistant. Some sessions may be held out of doors in our back dock area. A signed parental release and photo relase forms will be sent to each family upon receipt of the application form. The application form will be available on our website at www.postmarklafollette.org or by sending a email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be working on a variety of projects that bring the Cultural aspects of the history of crafts and how they were part of the beginning of economic develop, especially in the women of America. Items that and are still vital to today's home will be discussed and created. IF YOU MISSED THE 2020 CLASS, WATCH OUR WEBSITE AND FB PAGES TO CATCH OUR 2021 SUMMER SESSION
GREAT PHOTOS FROM OUR 2020 Cultural Crafting Art Camp
The final day of Art Camp. Each photo was taken very quickly. They each held a piece of work they made. A great time was had. Please watch our website and FB for our 2021 Art Camp and its theme. Our heartfelt thanks to Joyce Hernandez, Camp teacher, is also a teacher in the Campbell County School system, Julie Van Arsdale, Volunteer extraordinaire, and Elaine Schatzline-Behr, Executive Director, Postmark LaFollette. A special Thank You to all the parents who allowed their children to participate in this Summer Art Camp by making arrangements to make sure they all had their masks and followed the drop off and pick up guidelines necessary to keep everyone in a safe environment. THANK YOU ALL.
From using live flowers to do flower stamping to making clay flowers for their Van Gogh knock offs they painted and crafted away
Our own Van Gogh’s. Such talent. They will bring such joy into their lives as they grow and enjoy the arts.
Week two’s first two days produced variety of interesting work from our young artists. From straw weaving to self portraits. We have two openings they will be starting a new project Friday, if interested in joining for the last two weeks, contact us at email@example.com. No cost to participate, registration form is at the bottom of the page.
The last day of the first week, paper plate flowers in our creative culture crafts. The choice of colors and design were left to the imagination of each individual artists.
Art Camp projects that finished out our first week of Camp. As you can see the young artists are busy at work creating their own beautiful designs in this ‘Hand On’ project! Finished projects will be highlighted by end of camp.
Photos from our First Day, July 6, 2020. Naturally we have a sign in sheet, the all important thermometer, Clorox wipes, hand sanitizer and masks! They are busy at work learning new and fun things to do. Check out the art work on their totes that will eventually hold their crafting supplies. Great art work. Each young artists has their own 6' table and we are keeping tabs on social distancing as they learn to weave a rag rug made out of old tee shirts with Miss Elaine. Miss Julie prepping the tables for class.
July 8, 2019 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 119 S Tennessee Avenue
For youth ages 10 - 18 FREE
CLASS FULL FOR 2019 SESSION
Produced with the help of a grant from the Campbell Enhancement Fund under the East Tennessee Foundation.
Seeing the World Through Color will guide artist through the color wheel and what colors combinations create other colors. Each student will make their own color wheel, work in their own designated sketch book and learn a variety of techniques. They will start with Water Color and work into Acrylics while creating a project with each type of medium. All supplies will be available for use during class and each student will be given a tote of some type with an assortment of art supplies to take home with them at the end of the sessions.