Children's Camp

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July 15-19; 10am-3pm

Instructors: Rosa Dargan-Powers & Kelly Snider

UPDATE on June 12, 2013: This camp has now reached maximum enrollment. Contatct Visitor and Donor Services at (828) 262-3017 or by emailing turchincenter@appstate.edu to be added to the wait list. 

This week’s camp theme is all about mythological stories and creatures from around the world! Participants will explore the imaginative worlds and create their own through various art avenues such as paper mache, etching, drawing, painting, mixed media collage and mask-making.

Please Note: This workshop has a maximum enrollment of 15 participants.

About the instructors

Rosa Dargan-Powers has an MAT in art education. She has taught pre-school, elementary, middle and high school, community college and numerous after-school and summer art programs. She is currently an adjunct instructor in the art department at Appalachian State University. For her own art-making, she explores the union of traditional and contemporary arts in the form of baskets and books. Rosa was the recipient of a Regional Artist Project of Northwest North Carolina grant in 2011.

Kelly Snider has a BFA with a concentration in painting. She has taught art at Two Rivers Community School for 4 years. When making her own art, she enjoys painting as a means of exploring color and shape in preparation for larger felt rugs and wall-hangings. She draws much of her inspiration from the natural world and loves to help kids discover the wonders of the world around them.

July 15-19; 10am-3pm
Turchin Center’s Arnold P. Rosen Education Wing, Room 3200 (map)
Ages 7-12
Turchin Center Donors $150; Turchin Center Non-Donors $200 (Cost includes supplies. Participants should pack a lunch)

Instructors: Rosa Dargan-Powers & Kelly Snider

UPDATE on June 12, 2013: This camp has now reached maximum enrollment. Contatct Visitor and Donor Services at (828) 262-3017 or by emailing turchincenter@appstate.edu to be added to the wait list. 

This week’s camp theme is all about mythological stories and creatures from around the world! Participants will explore the imaginative worlds and create their own through various art avenues such as paper mache, etching, drawing, painting, mixed media collage and mask-making.

Please Note: This workshop has a maximum enrollment of 15 participants.

About the instructors

Rosa Dargan-Powers has an MAT in art education. She has taught pre-school, elementary, middle and high school, community college and numerous after-school and summer art programs. She is currently an adjunct instructor in the art department at Appalachian State University. For her own art-making, she explores the union of traditional and contemporary arts in the form of baskets and books. Rosa was the recipient of a Regional Artist Project of Northwest North Carolina grant in 2011.

Kelly Snider has a BFA with a concentration in painting. She has taught art at Two Rivers Community School for 4 years. When making her own art, she enjoys painting as a means of exploring color and shape in preparation for larger felt rugs and wall-hangings. She draws much of her inspiration from the natural world and loves to help kids discover the wonders of the world around them.

Dates & times

Monday, July 15, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm Children's Camp
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm Children's Camp
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm Children's Camp
Thursday, July 18, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm Children's Camp
Friday, July 19, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm Children's Camp

How to register

You can register by phone, fax, email or postal mail. Please download the registration form below - it has all of the information that you'll need to know.

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Contact information

Visitor & Donor Services
(828) 262-3017

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