"Arts by the Sea" Summer Camp

 

FREE Virtual Summer Camp via Zoom in 2020!

7 Weeks of Visual & Performing Arts

◊ New Theme Every Week ◊

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This year, the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center offered our Summer Camp FREE via a virtual Zoom meeting with art instructor Sara Leo and drama instructor Asa Olsson!  Weekly art activities to include printmaking, 3D projects, watercolor and pastel techniques, as well as drawing skills! Project materials and sketchbooks included in the materials fee.

♥ Thank you to 93013 Fund, The Santa Barbara Foundation, and Alan & Carol Koch for sponsoring our summer camp this year ♥

No family should be discouraged from applying to our classes and workshops because of lack of funds - we have scholarships for all art supply packages. If you need financial assistance with art supplies, please complete one of the forms below.

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Teen Summer Camp Virtual Art Show!

Children's Summer Camp Virtual Art Show!


2019 Drama

 

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Arts by the Sea summer day camp has a long tradition of offering children a chance to spend their time outdoors exploring a variety of media as they create fine art. 

Each morning, campers enjoy learning about various art styles such as Impressionism, Expressionism, Cubism etc. and explore how to apply similar characteristics in their own artworks.  Following the morning of hands-on art, including the weekly fieldtrip to paint at the beach, campers enjoy a music or drama session in the afternoon.  

The afternoon music sessions in the past explored traditions of Africa through stories, songs, and dances in preparation for a public performance on Friday afternoon.  In addition to singing, campers play drums, ukuleles, marimbas and hand percussion.   We have excellent instruments and enough for everyone to always be playing!

The afternoon drama sessions give the young actors the opportunity to learn the crucial skills of building characters and expressing interior emotions physically and vocally.  Campers not only have a chance to improve their public speaking skills individually, but learn how to work as an ensemble, gaining valuable leadership skills while having fun and making new friends.

 

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2019 Summer Camp Teen Volunteers