Print, stitch, rip, glue, carve, press, repeat! In this week-long intensive, students will learn how to operate and print on a tabletop letterpress. We will also explore other methods of printmaking including linocut, rubber-cut, and solvent image transfer. Make your own books and deconstruct and alter old books to insert your own content. No printmaking experience required. Youth ages 12 to 17 may attend our week-long camp!
What does it look like to document our world/s through an artist’s lens? Students will examine the work of artists who document different aspects of the world, and use their work to spark a conversation about nature, society, history, and personal experience. Media will include photography, stop-motion animation, bookmaking, illustration, painting, and mixed-media. Youth ages 12 to 17 may attend our week long camp!
Learn new skills in three different modules derived from the company’s working ethos and repertoire that will enhance and develop your own practice in improvisation, choreography and performance, and dance education. Back by popular demand, our specialized 3-day teacher training provides professional dance teachers and experienced artists the chance to enhance their skills and working methods in inclusive dance and translation for dancers with physical disabilities. Modules taught by AXIS Company Dancers and led by internationally renowned choreographer and AXIS Dance Company's Artistic Director Marc Brew.
Tuition and Scholarships
One Module - $350
Two Modules - $625
Three Modules - $900
*limited half and full scholarships available
See application at: http://www.axisdance.org/2018-summer-intensive-application
Let’s explore all of the different things we can do with paint. Pour, dip, brush, scrape and more. Make an abstract painting to hang in your room, learn techniques for realistic rendering and get inspired by famous and emerging artists. Explore a variety of paints and mediums, prepare your own pigments, and learn how to drip and swirl to create your own marbled pattern paper. When you create with paint, the possibilities are endless! Kids from ages 9 to 12 may attend our week long camp!
Every day we will explore a new, exciting, craft technique including (but not limited to) assemblage, painting, sewing, embroidery, paper arts, dyeing, marbling, and more! What you make using the techniques will be up to you! Will you create a small scale home and design the interior? Will you create invitations to your next party? What about favors and confetti? Learn to make gifts for your family and friends, and package them up in lovely ways. We will end the week with a party, filled with our own creations! Kids ages 9 to 12 may come attend our week long camp!
Think outside the box as we create some really BIG art work. We will practice painting and drawing by creating large murals, experiment with recycled materials to create works of collage and experience art in motion by using movement to make marks! We will also collaborate to create giant puppets and sculptures that are out of this world! Kids from ages 6 to 9 may come attend our week long course!
Have you ever wanted to be able to draw an animal or person that looks real? This camp will teach you how! We will spend time practicing our observational drawing skills and draw people or animals in action. Later, we will paint and sculpt our creations using wire, plaster and paint, bringing them to life with special details like clothing and fur! Children from ages 6-9 may come to attend our week long camp!
Luna Dance Institute presents 20 Points of View: a peek into dance-making, Thursday April 26th from 9am-7:30pm. A free, open-studio event, 20 Points of View features 20 local choreographers, each with 30 minutes to share their creative process rehearsing, improvising, or making a dance while engaging with audience in Luna’s studio. Dance lovers, individuals curious about the creative process, school groups, families and community members are invited to drop in all day, at any time to see artists in action. 20 Points of View celebrates the intersection between artists and audience, and we encourage all ages to watch, ask questions, interact and respond, increasing the potential for lively and expressive artistic exchange. This year Luna hosts Bay Area choreographers that include: Antoine Hunter, Katie Faulkner, Carmen Roman, Byb Chanel Bibene, Vangie King and more.
Join us for San Francisco Opera’s First Act program for families with young children. We’ll have a rollicking adventure through the beloved story Where The Wild Things Are, by author Maurice Sendack. In this workshop, we’ll explore music, rhythm, visual arts, movement and poetry, designed to foster social-emotional development, increased language, and fine-gross motor skills. Designed for youth ages 3-6 accompanied by at least one parent or guardian – all ability levels welcome, workshops are all-access.
As part of the arts in education program, the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center will present the Second Annual Livermore Innovation Fair on Saturday, April 14 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Bankhead Theater. A free, family-friendly event, this year's focus will be on "Arts in Technology," sparking the imagination by demonstrating the many ways art and technology intersect in the world around us.
Inspired by the hands-on maker movement, the Innovation Fair is designed to energize students in grades K-12 and help make a connection between the five STEAM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Scientific displays, visual art, and technology experiments will be presented in a lively environment that is equal parts science fair, high-tech exhibition, art show and community celebration.
This year an expanded speakers series features three notable local science and technology leaders - Jack McCauley, Guitar Hero pioneer and a co-founder of Oculus Rift, Karl Wente, fifth-generation winemaker, and NASA Ames Research Scientist Peter Graube - who will speak on the convergence of art, science and technology.
Bring the whole family to create a fun 3D art mobile. Families choose a theme and explore sculpture materials such as fabric, felt, yarn, feathers, and collage papers. Working together, families will make an intergenerational artwork to take home as well as contribute to a community artwork. Registration is required; call 510-745-1477. All ages.
Teaching artist Angie Wilson leads this workshop where teens mix and match facial features, clothing designs, and accessories to sew a unique self-portrait of themselves or their alter egos. Everyone will assemble their own sewing kit to continue their sewing adventures. Ages 10 and up.
Fill your spring break with music, poetry, dance, theater and digital media storytelling! Discover and explore new art forms, hone current skills and inspire fresh creativity with students from all over the Bay Area.
Middle schoolers work with local artists and specialists from San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Ballet and American Conservatory Theater in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco Don Fisher Clubhouse to craft original works and produce a showcase for their families and the community. Find your crew–join the Performing Arts Connection (PAC) today!
Who It's For:
Middle school students ages 11–14 years old. Students of all backgrounds and abilities welcome, no prior experience necessary.
Application fee: $10
Tuition: $0-$290 for the week
Scholarships available, no student turned away for lack of funds.
Friday, March 30, 2018 at 6pm
Free and open to the community.
Visit the website to apply.
Piedmont PAINTS (Promote Art In the Schools) is a non-profit supporting art education in the Piedmont Unified School District. The Big Art Show will be showcasing our community artists and student artists from March 2-10th at the Piedmont Center for the Arts. The PAINTS Big Art Show culminates with the Big Art Party on March 10th from 5-8pm, which is a fundraiser for art education in the public school district. The Call for Art for the Show is open through February 9th at piedmontpaints.org. We encourage entries of 2D and 3D artwork and jewelry. Half the proceeds go to support art supplies, programming and professional development, and the other half goes to the artist. A Kids Art Show will be a central part of the event.
Two free shows. 11:00am & 1:30pm
Shows are approximately 1 hour.
The Prescott Circus Theatre, with the Oakland Spirit Orchestra and in partnership with the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), presents the annual Student Showcase featuring over 80 Oakland youth from over seven Oakland public schools in a dazzling display of acrobatics, juggling, stilt dancing, unicycle, dance, and more. Acts are inspired by the SF MOAD exhibit, "En Mas': Carnival and Performance Art in the Caribbean" running through March 4. Featuring the Oakland Spirit Orchestra, a youth orchestra composed of elementary, middle, and high school students from over 5 West Oakland public schools
See three Opera in an Hour favorites that are perfect for all ages and participate in a dynamic Exploration Workshop for Families!
Watch film screenings of Mozart’s The Magic Flute (10am) and Rossini’s The Barber of Seville (1pm) and Cinderella (2:30pm). Join a family workshop at 11:30am. All ages are welcome!
Join artists, educators & activists for this free community roundtable on race, power & privilege in dance. Together we’ll consider questions like: What is my role & responsibility as a dance-maker in addressing equity? How can I make my teaching more inclusive? Who has access to dance & why? What can I do with my own creative power to inspire change? All welcome.
Arts and Humanities Academy and Kala's Artists in School Programs presents: A Celebration of AHA Student Work Grades 9-12
Arts and Humanities Academy and Kala's Artists in Schools Program present:
A celebration of AHA student work grades 9-12 demonstrating interdisciplinary learning as well as artwork from advanced students in 2D adn 3D work.