NO WORKSHOP ON FRIDAYS!
The Children's Art Education Workshop is sponsored by Southeastern's Departments of Visual Arts and Non-Credit Programs.
AGES: 5 - 15
DATES & TIMES: This is a 2 week workshop
Meets: July 13 - 16 (Monday - Thursday) and July 20 - 23 (Monday - Thursday) Closed Fridays
Morning Session: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
* Afternoon Session: *Cancelled
LOCATION: Hammond - Clark Hall
COST: $60 per child
Online registration is now open!
Enrollment will be limited to 75 students. Children will be enrolled on a first come,
first serve basis. Enrollment is not secured until payment in full has been received.
All students will complete a t-shirt design, model magic sculpture and printmaking project. The workshop is 8 days long and students will complete 8 different projects including painting and drawing. These projects will be based on the theme “Step Into Art.” Learn about famous artists as you make inspired artwork that also celebrates you!
Children enrolled in the workshop will be instructed by art students who will be supervised by Dr. Kim Finley.
Printable registration We recommend you register online, as the class is first come, first reserved. If there is still space available, you may be able to complete the form and bring in person with a credit card, check or money order on 7/13/14 at 9AM to the Lobby of Clark Hall, N. Pine St., Hammond, LA
" This is the third year I have brought my grandchild to this camp. It is the one summer activity she loves and looks forward to. She has gone to many other art, music, and other camps but loves this one the most. My children also attended this camp MANY years ago. Thanks for your hard work. "
" She loved working with clay and painting. She came home and showed he brother how to do the techniques she learned in class. We will be back next summer. Thank you so much. "
" As a parent, I was pleased with the planning and substance of the program, but especially grateful for the pleasant greetings from staff each and every day. It was obvious that art instructor was more than a job; it was a passion. And the students are better as a result of this climate. "