Have you been bitten by the art bug?
Signs of being bitten include drawing all the time, dreaming of becoming an artist and attending Hands-On Arts Camp.
Highlights for Week 2: Clayin’ around to make your own Chia Seed Pet; Ice Cream Sunday Sculptures; Upcycled Jean Pillows; Etched Bottle Candles; Tree Fort Architecture model; and using crayons in a whole new way that will melt your art.
Young artists will learn to create art through a variety of techniques, materials and cultures; taught by certified art educators Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia.
Registration forms and information on partial scholarships are found on the webpage, www.hands-on-artscamp.com
There are two sessions left, to be held Monday through Thursday, June 18-28, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., at the Pagosa Springs High School art rooms. Tuition is $120 per week. This fee includes instruction and materials. Daily dropoff rate is $35. Class limit is 20 students per week for students entering first grade next year up to kids in sixth grade.
Sponsored by FolkWest, Parelli and Pagosa Springs High School.
There will be a special event in August sponsored by Hands-Arts Camp. For more information check out our webpage regarding Ancient Arts Camp pottery making.