"When we talk about art with kids, they think about it in 2D. Making them think in a 3D way is very special to them because they can visualize things in a different way," says middle school art teacher Edwin Gil. In his 3D Art camp, students will create a 16"x20" art project with natural materials to make a living artwork, inspired by organic shapes. By creating a piece that combines 3D pieces with natural materials, campers will experience art in an entirely new way. "I think this is going to be an amazing opportunity to learn about art and the environment," says Mr. Gil. "When they learn about a new medium, kids can go further than they expect and I love that. They do not know what the limits are."
- Session 2: June 10-14 3D Art
- Session 3: June 17-21 The Art of Glass and Mosaics
- Session 7: July 15-19 3D Art