SCAMP: Virtual Summer Camp 2020
(Please note: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT IF YOU SIGN UP BY JUNE 1st: $300 per week instead of $325)
Summer Plans Canceled? We are proud to offer….
SCAMP! = SCHOOL AND CAMP ROLLED INTO ONE
ENDORSED BY Arts & Letters Public School in Brooklyn! Open to all – on East Coast time.
Each week campers will learn a different artistic method, as well as writing and storytelling skills. Folded into their art activities will be history lessons about art and its place in the world. The writing workshops will teach entertaining storytelling skills and help children to write for their grade level come the fall. With energizing assignments that instruct campers how to sleuth for clues about the inside and outside worlds of home and nature, your children are sure to learn how to initiate, develop and complete their own exciting and smart projects. We encourage you to write to us directly to let us know your child’s particular needs, so we can adapt the days to best serve all children as individuals. We will also have work out/play/dance breaks, and opportunities to turn art info performance. Keeping kids moving over the summer is important!
Fun is our priority; learning is part of the fun. 6 weeks of virtual programming in art and creative writing! SCAMP will include the added spices of nature exploration, performance, history, and surprise guest artists.
These guests include:
Globally lauded artist Mika Rottenberg, artist and animator Mike Estabrook, children’s book author and science teacher at Brooklyn’s PS 120 (The Parkside School), Sydra Mallery, and jewelry designer/wellness coach Paige Novick, whose meditations have been used at Arts and Letters public school and the Little Red Schoolhouse.
Join us for a joyous and active summer which will put your child steps ahead in writing, reading, art and history skills for what is sure to be a challenging 2020/21 school year.
For sign up and more information please go to: https://outsideinart.weebly.com/scamp.html#/
June 29 – July 3:
Me Myself and I – a week of self portraiture through writing and art
July 6 – July 10:
Graphic Novel Writing – Create your own Graphic Novel!
July 13 -July 17:
Spaces and Places – Discovering spaces through mystery writing and sculpture
July 20 – 24:
Animation and Storytelling – Learn the art of stop motion animation through storytelling
July 27- July 31:
Animals and their stories – Personify and make animals come to life with sculpture and storytelling
August 3 – 7:
Character Creation – Photography, videography and writing to make our characters
TO REGISTER FOR CAMPS:
1. Fill in the registration link above
2. Purchase the weeks you would like to join below
3. Email us with any questions, concerns or check ins! firstname.lastname@example.org
SCAMP Educators! 2020
Jill Dearman is an author, teacher, writing coach and editor. Her books include Bang the Keys (Penguin 2009), a writing guide; Feminism: The March Toward Equal Rights for Women (Nomad Press 2019), a social studies book for middle schoolers); and The Great Bravura (SWP 2015), an historical mystery novel. She is a part-time Professor of Writing in NYU’s Liberal Studies Program. Jill has a thriving practice as a writing coach/editor and has taught writing workshops since 2003. She weaves facets of meditation and improvisation into her teaching. During the COVID-19 crisis she has taught remote writing workshops to 4th Graders, and is currently teaching an art and storytelling workshop for children of different ages with internationally renowned artist Mika Rottenberg. For more: www.jilldearman.com.
Ianthe Jackson is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been shown Nationally and Internationally. Ianthe is also the founder and president of Outside In Art Inc, an arts organization focusing on creating community among artists and providing arts based workshops for adults and children. She collaborates with artists Mike Estabrooke and Vandana Jain to create and develop their studio space, Cloud of BATs, through collaboration, regular screenings and open studio events. Ianthe has taught for more than 20 years and is a certified Department of Education teacher.