Camps

Kil’n Time Studio offers camps five times a year.  We have a winter and spring break camp, as well as, three one-week summer camps offered in June, July and August.  The camps are offered for five days during the camp week.  Unless otherwise specified, a lunch should accompany the camper to camp.  During the camp there will be a lunch break for approximately ½  an hour. 

All of our camps offer a taste of the different mediums Kil’n Time Studio offers.  One day there will be a painting technique, a glass fusion technique, a mosaic techinique, hand building technique with clay and either a canvas or throwing project.  Our camps can vary from 2 ½ to 3 hours per day.  Campers are always welcome to stay later then the camp time to finish the project of the day.

Our next camp is our three-one week summer camps. There will be two camp sessions per day.  The first session is from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  Session two begins at 2:00 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.  There is limited seating available.

The first summer session begins June 16.  The cost will be $47.70 per day or $185.50 for all five days. There is also 10% off each additioanl child per family. Prices include tax.

Please click HERE for the "HISTORY OF ART PART I, II and III" Registration Form.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED!


2014 Summer Camps ENROLLING NOW!

Monday

July 7

 

Clay

Campers will use the Rococo style to creat a scultpure and then embellish it using different textures and techniques.

Tuesday

July 8

 

Mosaics

Campers will create a square clock using the patterns and themes found in art throughout the Middle East.

Wednesday

July 9

 

Canvas

Using the fundamentals of traditional Chinese art, campers will incorporate design transfer, color blending, and brush techniques to creat their own work of art!

Thursday

July 10

 

Glass Fusion

Campers will recreate one of Monet's Water Lily scenes on glass. Their project will then be fired into a beautiful votive holder.

Friday

July 11

 

Ceramic

Campers will emulate Wassily Kandinsky by listening to music and using their paint brush to express the emotions on a ceramic vase. 

 

Monday

August 4

 

 

 

Clay

Campers will dig deep into their imaginations to create a surrealist clock worthy of Salvadoe Dali himself.

Tuesday

August 5

 

Mosaics

Using a wooden box, campers will emulate Andy Warhol as they use different colors to illustrate an image of their choice.

Wednesday

August 6

 

Canvas

Pablo Picasso will guide campers as they explore the work of synthetic cubism by incorporating other mediums into their painting.

Thursday

Augut 7

 

Glass Fusion

Using the chromatic pallet of Marc Chagall, campers will produce a fused glass picture frame.

Friday

August 8

 

Ceramic

Campers will create their own puzzle pieces using images from today's pop culture.