Workshops

Make a Mark 1 day workshops.

Current Session

Summer Camp 2018
June 18 - August 17

Workshops

Ceramics

Instructor

Jennifer Nahan Gidley

Learn to throw on a potter's wheel and create hand built objects and sculptures as well. Projects will be glazed and kiln fired.

session

Summer Camp 2018


start/end date

July 12, 2018 - August 16, 2018


age

12–17


days

Thursday


times

2:00PM - 4:00PM


course code

SC119


tuition

$140.00


Registration is closed for this course.



Digital Animation

Instructor

Thomas Unger

Create animated digital presentations, cartoons, and interactive games. Storyboarding and character and sceen create will be covered, as well as digtial animation techniques including traditional frame-by-frame animation, interpolated and programmatic motion, and viewer activity. Students will also explore mixing and recording and the use of sound in their creations.

session

Summer Camp 2018


start/end date

July 9, 2018 - August 13, 2018


age

12–17


days

Monday


times

4:00PM - 6:00PM


course code

SC118


tuition

$140.00




Manga, Comics & Cartoons

Instructor

Nicole Obertubbesing

Create your own characters, illustration, and stories. Students will explore the art of manga, comics, and cartoons as they develop skills needed to create their own artwork.

session

Summer Camp 2018


start/end date

July 13, 2018 - August 17, 2018


age

9–11


days

Friday


times

2:00PM - 4:00PM


course code

SC112


tuition

$130.00


Registration is closed for this course.



Mural Painting

Instructor

Rosemary Geseck

Design a site-specific mural and paint it under the guidance of Rosemary Geseck. Students interested in using this project for community service hours may contact Julia Buonanno, Program Coordinator, at The Baum School of Art. Location to be annouced.

session

Summer Camp 2018


start/end date

July 11, 2018 - August 15, 2018


age

12–17


days

Wednesday


times

10:00AM - 2:00PM


course code

SC117


tuition

$200.00



MAKE A MARK

Maybe you have never picked up a brush, a pastel, a stick of charcoal, or a slab of clay – or maybe you have been creating art for years. Either way, everyone can make a mark at The Baum School of Art. How will you make yours?

— Artwork by Ken Mizerny