CHILDREN'S ART CLASSES, WORKSHOPS & CAMPS
Art classes, workshops and camps for children are taught by instructors experienced in working with children of all ages. Some instructors are multi-subject and art specialists with California teaching credentials. All are experienced artists. Class sizes are meant to be small, usually less than 10 students. We place great emphasis on positive feedback and individual creativity while gently guiding students in basic skills. The focus is on the experience, the process and skill building during the steps of making art. The finished product is not the only goal, it is a step along the way in a quest for learning. It is our hope that students will enjoy their experience and be motivated to pursue their own artistic interests.
AFTER-SCHOOL ART CLASSES 2016
In this 4 week after-school hands-on art class, explore a variety of fiber art techniques. These may include weaving, sewing, painted or printed fabric using dyes or paint, macrame, basketmaking and more. Makers of all ages are invited to enroll in this satisfying introductory course. Spring Break*
$96 Bravo member / $108 non-member + $20 Materials fee
Tuesdays, May 10, 17, 24 & 31 4 - 5:30pm
Thursdays, June 2, 9, 16 & 23 4 - 5:30pm
Bring a pair of clean canvas shoes and express yourself by decorating them with acrylic paint. Sneakers provide a great surface to cover with color, pattern, words and images. Transform your feet into an art gallery.
$48 Bravo member / $54 non-member + $8 Materials fee
Sunday, May 22 1 - 4pm
Saturday, June 25 1 - 4pm
Monday, July 18 10am - 1pm
With a few simple embroidery stitches you can turn pieces of colorful felt into a beautiful handmade bracelet. Practice lazy daisy, buttonhole, French knot and more to master the needle and thread. Embellish with beads, buttons and cotton embroidery floss.
$64 Bravo member / $72 non-member + $15 Materials fee
Saturday, May 28 2 - 6pm
Monday, June 13 1:30 - 5:30pm
Saturday, July 30 1 - 5pm
Thursday, August 4 1 - 5pm
Your child will spend five afternoons exploring a variety of fiber art techniques. These may include weaving on a frame loom, macrame, hand sewing, basketmaking, embroidery, dyed, painted or printed fabric and more.
$210 Bravo member / $240 non-member + $30 Materials fee
Monday - Friday, June 27 - July 1 1 - 4pm
July 11 - 15, 2016 Monday - Friday (half & full day options)
Join Bravo School of Art and Theatre Arts School of San Diego for an exciting, fun-filled week of creativity, imagination and unique experiences as campers travel around the world through the Visual and Performing Arts!
Welcome the morning at Theatre Arts School of San Diego. Campers will embark on an adventure as they explore different areas of the theatre such as acting, improvisation, stagecraft, and more! Travel to the Chinese Opera with the art of Bian Lian (Face Changing Masks), to Indonesia to explore Shadow Puppetry, and to Japan as we learn how to apply Kabuki makeup!
Campers will enjoy an hour of outdoor supervised playtime and lunch, then head over to Bravo School of Art’s studio classroom to continue the creative globe trotting. Hands-on folk art projects from far-away lands may include printmaking, weaving and textiles, drawing, painting, making fans, masks, puppets and more.
Full Day Camp
9am - 4pm~ Both schools, includes 1 hour for lunch & playtime
$357 + $40 supplies fee
Morning Theatre Arts Camp
9am - 12pm at Theatre Arts School of San Diego
$210 + $10 supplies fee
Afternoon Visual Art Camp
1 - 4pm at Bravo School of Art
$210 + $30 supplies fee
Monday - Friday, August 8 - 12 1 - 4pm
Instructor Austin John Jones
Has your child ever wondered how their favorite characters from TV shows or animsated movies are created? Austin Jones will take your child on a journey to explore the process of how characters are animated and cartoon characters are developed. Dive into drawing fundamentals such as shape language, line variety, color, contrast, and the fundamentals of design and perspective to create unique, original and interesting comic book, cartoon and animation characters. All the skills learned in this camp can also be applied to realistic drawing. Campers have fun, learn about characters, how they are created and how to create their own while placing them into believable environments.
$210 Bravo member / $240 non-member + $20 Materials fee
Bravo School of Art • 2690 Historic Decatur Rd Studio 206 San Diego CA 92106 • 619-223-0058