wayne art center

Summer Art Camp 2020

Classes For Teens

Week 1

TEEN: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 1–5, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels and various paints.

Week 2

TEEN:Painting the Landscape Indoors · Ages 12+ · Claudia Rilling · $245
9:30am–12pm · Jun 8–12, 2020
This class is all about learning new skills in composition, mixing paints and using tools to achieve gorgeous effects. You will learn about Plein Air painters and how to work indoors while taking a fresh look at the landscape and recording what you see! and a small edition.
SAC 02 TEEN:Painting in the Garden · Ages 12+ · Louise Dusinberre · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 8–12, 2020
Take your canvas and your paints outside and enjoy the fresh air! This class is all about learning new skills in composition, mixing paints and using tools to achieve gorgeous effects. You will learn about Plein Air painters and how to work in the outdoor elements while taking a fresh look at the landscape and recording what you see! and a small edition. This week campers will be inspired by all things nature as we print leaves, landscapes and more!

Week 3

TEEN: Jewelry: Personalized Charm Bracelet p AM · Ages 12+ · Hali MacLaren · $255
9:30am–12pm · Jun 15–19, 2020
Students will learn how to form jump rings in base metal and solder them together for a chain bracelet. They will also create personalized charms to hang from it by cutting, stamping and applying textures and other finishes. WAC will provide all supplies.
Teen Studio: Photography as Art · Ages 12+ · Laura Ducceschi · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 15–19, 2020
Explore creative possibilities and create impressive photographs!Improve your composition by carefully considering what you see and thinking about what will be in your image. Learn how basic camera technology can help improve your picture quality, focus, exposure and clarity. Inspirational slide shows, demonstrations, practice photographing the gardens of the art center and critiques will help you become a better photographer. Bring your own digital camera for this class, either an SLR (single-lens-reflex) or a basic point and shoot. Phone cameras do not have the necessary functionality. Be sure to have a camera card and a charged battery.
TEEN: Self Portrait Collage · Ages 12+ · Claudia Rilling · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 15–19, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels and various paints.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Rosemary Campellone · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jun 15–19, 2020
Take your wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether you?ve just started or have been throwing for years, this class will teach you new tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups and plates. You will discover rules of centering, pulling clay to make functional items, learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kim Honig · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jun 15–19, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.

Week 4

TEEN: Paint Like the Impressionists AM · Ages 12+ · Claudia Rilling · $245
9:30am–12pm · Jun 22–26, 2020
TEEN: Painting and Pastels PM · Ages 12+ · Claudia Rilling · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 22–26, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint and pastels! Instruction in drawing and painting designed to increase visual awareness and develop the students' skill and familiarity with a pastels and paints. We will look at the work of artists throughout history, to learn what they did to achieve their results, observing both styles of composition and technique. Actual projects & individual artists referenced will change weekly, according to camp themes. Please remember to bring a snack to enjoy during class time.
TEEN:Stone Sculpture PM · Ages 12+ · Piera Raffaele · $265
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 22–26, 2020
In this exciting hands-on class, young sculptors uncover beauty hidden within nature, as they carve their own works of art. After an investigation of historical sculpture from around the world and a thorough lesson on safety, campers transform a block of stone into three-dimensional art just like the Renaissance masters! Using chisels and hammers to cut and shape, then sanding to a smooth finish, every camper leaves feeling like a true artisan.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jun 22–26, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Eliot Forester · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jun 22–26, 2020
Take your wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether you?ve just started or have been throwing for years, this class will teach you new tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups and plates. You will discover rules of centering, pulling clay to make functional items, learning about glazes and the firing processes.

Week 5

TEEN: Pastels and Watercolors PM · Ages 12+ · Louise Dusinberre · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 29–Jul 3, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint and pastels! Instruction in drawing and painting designed to increase visual awareness and develop the students' skill and familiarity with a pastels and paints. We will look at the work of artists throughout history, to learn what they did to achieve their results, observing both styles of composition and technique. Actual projects & individual artists referenced will change weekly, according to camp themes. Please remember to bring a snack to enjoy during class time.
TEEN: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · Argie Fafalios · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jun 29–Jul 3, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels and various paints.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel .Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Rosemary Campellone · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jun 29–Jul 3, 2020
Take your wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether you?ve just started or have been throwing for years, this class will teach you new tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups and plates. You will discover rules of centering, pulling clay to make functional items, learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jun 29–Jul 3, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.

Week 6

Teen Studio: Photography as Art · Ages 12+ · Laura Ducceschi · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 6–10, 2020
Explore creative possibilities and create impressive photographs!Improve your composition by carefully considering what you see and thinking about what will be in your image. Learn how basic camera technology can help improve your picture quality, focus, exposure and clarity. Inspirational slide shows, demonstrations, practice photographing the gardens of the art center and critiques will help you become a better photographer. Bring your own digital camera for this class, either an SLR (single-lens-reflex) or a basic point and shoot. Phone cameras do not have the necessary functionality. Be sure to have a camera card and a charged battery.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Eliot Forester · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 6–10, 2020
Take your wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether you?ve just started or have been throwing for years, this class will teach you new tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups and plates. You will discover rules of centering, pulling clay to make functional items, learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 6–10, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.

Week 7

TEEN: Jewelry: Earrings, Bracelets and Necklaces AM · Ages 12+ · Christopher Darway · $255
9:30am–12pm · Jul 13–17, 2020
Students will learn how to shear copper and bronze, drill holes and hammer. Campers will produce colored patinas on metal using common household chemicals. All materials provided.
TEEN Photo: Create Your Best Shot · Ages 12+ · Laura Ducceschi · $255
9:30am–12pm · Jul 13–17, 2020
Get the most from your camera and improve your photography. Learn the basic camera functioning and how it can help you create more interesting photographs. Improve your composition by discussing techniques used by artists for 100's of years. There will be inspirational slide shows, demonstrations, practice photographing the gardens of the art center and critiques to help you get your best photographs. Bring your own digital camera for this class, either an SLR (single lens-reflex) or a basic point and shoot. Phone cameras do not have the necessary functionality. Be sure to have a camera card and charged battery.
TEEN: Fired Glass and Metal Jewelry PM · Ages 12+ · Christopher Darway · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 13–17, 2020
Students will kiln fire colored glass to make their own 'stones' to be set in metal to produce settings for rings, earrings and pendants. Sawing and soldering metals will be covered.All materials are provided.
Teen: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · Louise Dusinberre · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 13–17, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels, and various paints.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Rosemary Campellone · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 13–17, 2020
Take wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether just starting or well acquainted to the wheel, this class teaches you tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups, and plates. Young ceramicists discover rules of centering and pulling clay to make functional items, as well as learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 13–17, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.

Week 8

TEEN: Fired Glass and Metal Jewelry PM · Ages 12+ · Christopher Darway · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 20–24, 2020
Students will kiln fire colored glass to make their own 'stones' to be set in metal to produce settings for rings, earrings and pendants. Sawing and soldering metals will be covered.All materials are provided.
TEEN: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · Mark Gruener · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 20–24, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels and various paints.
Teen Studio: Photography as Art · Ages 12+ · Laura Ducceschi · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 20–24, 2020
Explore creative possibilities and create impressive photographs!Improve your composition by carefully considering what you see and thinking about what will be in your image. Learn how basic camera technology can help improve your picture quality, focus, exposure and clarity. Inspirational slide shows, demonstrations, practice photographing the gardens of the art center and critiques will help you become a better photographer. Bring your own digital camera for this class, either an SLR (single-lens-reflex) or a basic point and shoot. Phone cameras do not have the necessary functionality. Be sure to have a camera card and a charged battery.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Eliot Forester · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 20–24, 2020
Take wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether just starting or well acquainted to the wheel, this class teaches you tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups, and plates. Young ceramicists discover rules of centering and pulling clay to make functional items, as well as learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 20–24, 2020
Even campers who are new to the kitchen can become masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling, and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.

Week 9

TEEN: Jewelry Workshop AM · Ages 12+ · Christopher Darway · $255
9:30am–12pm · Jul 27–31, 2020
Using soldering and non-soldering techniques of jewelry fabrication, as well as basic sawing and filing, campers create unique and personalized jewelry. Projects change each week, and emphasis is placed on new skills and techniques, so campers continually throughout the summer. No previous jewelry experience necessary.
Teen Studio: Art of the Masters PM · Ages 12+ · $245
9:30am–12pm · Jul 27–31, 2020
Aspiring artists explore the styles and techniques of influential artists before creating their own masterpieces. Artist investigation varies based on weekly themes, allowing each camper to reacquaint themselves with familiar artists and discover new ones. Campers dedicate several days to a few key projects, and by week?s end, boast frameable work they can be proud of.
TEEN: Jewelry: Earings, Bracelets and Necklaces PM · Ages 12+ · Christopher Darway · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Jul 27–31, 2020
Using soldering and non-soldering techniques of jewelry fabrication, as well as basic sawing and filing, campers create unique and personalized jewelry. Projects change each week, and emphasis is placed on new skills and techniques, so campers continually throughout the summer. No previous jewelry experience necessary.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Rosemary Campellone · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 27–31, 2020
Take wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether just starting or well acquainted to the wheel, this class teaches you tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups, and plates. Young ceramicists discover rules of centering and pulling clay to make functional items, as well as learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Jul 27–31, 2020
Even campers who are new to the kitchen can become masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling, and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.

Week 10

TEEN: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · Louise Dusinberre · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Aug 3–7, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels and various paints.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Aug 3–7, 2020
Even campers who are new to the kitchen can become masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling, and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Eliot Forester · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Aug 3–7, 2020
Take wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether just starting or well acquainted to the wheel, this class teaches you tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups, and plates. Young ceramicists discover rules of centering and pulling clay to make functional items, as well as learning about glazes and the firing processes.

Week 11

TEEN: Jewelry: Earrings, Bracelets and Necklaces AM · Ages 12+ · $255
9:30am–12pm · Aug 10–14, 2020
Using soldering and non-soldering techniques of jewelry fabrication, as well as basic sawing and filing, campers create unique and personalized jewelry. Projects change each week, and emphasis is placed on new skills and techniques, so campers continually throughout the summer. No previous jewelry experience necessary. *Please do not wear loose clothing or jewelry to class, tie back long hair & wear sneakers. All materials included.
TEEN: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Aug 10–14, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels, and various paints.
TEEN: Jewelry Workshop PM · Ages 12+ · Christopher Darway · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Aug 10–14, 2020
Using soldering and non-soldering techniques of jewelry fabrication, as well as basic sawing and filing, campers create unique and personalized jewelry. Projects change each week, and emphasis is placed on new skills and techniques, so campers continually throughout the summer. No previous jewelry experience necessary.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Aug 10–14, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Rosemary Campellone · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Aug 3–7, 2020
Take wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether just starting or well acquainted to the wheel, this class teaches you tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups, and plates. Young ceramicists discover rules of centering and pulling clay to make functional items, as well as learning about glazes and the firing processes.

Week 12

TEEN: Drawing and Painting AM · Ages 12+ · $245
9:30am–12pm · Aug 17–21, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels, and various paints.
TEEN: Jewelry; Monogramed BFF CharmsAM · Ages 12+ · Hali MacLaren · $255
9:30am–12pm · Aug 17–21, 2020
In this class, students will make a set of 2 charms each. They may interlock like a puzzle piece, math or mismatch to be unique and personalized. Students will learn to cut, stamp and apply textures and other finishes.
TEEN: Jewelry Workshop PM · Ages 12+ · $255
12:30pm–3pm · Aug 17–21, 2020
Using soldering and non-soldering techniques of jewelry fabrication, as well as basic sawing and filing, campers create unique and personalized jewelry. Projects change each week, and emphasis is placed on new skills and techniques, so campers continually throughout the summer. No previous jewelry experience necessary.
TEEN: Drawing and Painting PM · Ages 12+ · $245
12:30pm–3pm · Aug 17–21, 2020
Master drawing in perspective and create light and volume with paint! This class is all about fostering individual perspective to create drawings and paintings based on daily still life setups. Campers use the same materials as professional artists, including charcoal, ink, oil and chalk pastels and various paints.
TEEN Pottery: Wheel Throwing LPM · Ages 12+ · Eliot Forester · $210
3:15pm–5:15pm · Aug 17–21, 2020
Take wheel throwing skills to the next level in this week-long intensive ceramics course! Whether just starting or well acquainted to the wheel, this class teaches you tricks and techniques to make functional pots, bowls, cups, and plates. Young ceramicists discover rules of centering and pulling clay to make functional items, as well as learning about glazes and the firing processes.
TEEN: Master Chefs LPM · Ages 12+ · Kevin Welch · $220
3:15pm–5:15pm · Aug 17–21, 2020
Even those who are new to the kitchen become Masters of the kitchen. In this hands-on culinary camp, aspiring chefs learn to design menus, develop recipes, and prepare new dishes each day, while learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling and nutrition. At the end of this session, campers work as a team to create a restaurant concept and serve a feast to their guests, and each student leaves with a cookbook full of recipes they can prepare at home.