Arts & Culture Camp
Young creatives will be immersed in a cultural journey through the arts that will help them explore their voices and engage in an examination of freedom and community. This experience will be based on principles meant to support young people becoming active agents in their own education. At CFAC, we are particularly interested in exploring those principles through creative, reflective, and artistic experiences – and OF COURSE, we will have fun along the way!
Painting and Print-Making
Instructor: Ms. Reina Apraez
Monday, 4:45pm – 5:45pm (youth ages 5-11)
Wednesdays 4:30 – 5:30 pm (Teens ages 12-17)
Students will experience the fun of painting and printmaking using various paint mediums. Free art supplies are provided and can be picked up at the Community Folk Art Center. Space and art supplies are on a first come first serve basis.
To register for the youth class: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/painting-printmaking-for-youth-ages-5-11-tickets-144279609195
To register for the teen class: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teen-painting-printmaking-tickets-144303003167
Instructor Martikah Williams
Teen Theater will cover the many aspects it takes to create live theater! We’ll cover everything from onstage to backstage, beginning production to opening night, being part of the cast to being part of the crew. This course is jam-packed with knowledge from theater artist Ms. Martikah Williams.
Get ready to use your imagination to sculpt, build and create one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces. Learn the basics of hand-building and all the great things you can make with clay. Students will have the opportunity to have a piece bisque fired and to learn how to glaze. All materials are provided and can be picked up at the Community Folk Art Center. Space is limited.
Mixed Media for teens
Instructor: Jessica Olech McGhee
Thursdays, 4:15 – 5:15 pm (ages 12-17)
Experiment with all kinds of mediums such as painting, drawing, pastels, and more in this mixed media class. Each week promises an engaging lesson that focuses on technique and skill-building. At the end of the six weeks, students will have a chance to create a virtual display of their work. All materials provided. Space is limited.
Step-Drill Dance class
Instructor: Joshua Williams
In this Step Drill team class, long-time instructor and artist Joshua Williams will teach you the basics of Step Drill dance. Use your entire body to make beats and rhythms. Be sure to have a pad and pen, sneakers, and water for the class.
Instructor: Anne Margaret Childress
Welcome to the theater! In this class, students will have the opportunity to learn the basics of acting and theater culture, such as monologues, dialogues, stage directions, costumes, and more. At the end of the six-week class, students will have the opportunity to showcase their work.