Classes

Percussion Camp

Tuesday, July 14 through Friday, July 17

2:30 – 5:00 p.m., Carriage House Studio

Ages 7 & up

Participants will learn about all the different types of percussion and drums from around the World. They will get a chance to play rhythmic games that will build their "inner" sense of rhythm while playing together in a drum circle format. Campers will also take part in what John calls the "Nature Jam" where they'll get a chance to create a nature scene using instruments to make sounds of water, wind, rain, thunder, crickets, leaves, trees blowing, and other animal sounds. This not only exposes them to why the instruments were first created, but helps to open their senses to the sounds they hear while outside. These activities also cultivate their awareness and concentration. Participants will also learn different world rhythms and get to each play different parts together as an ensemble. These exercise develop their listening skills and teach them how to work together as a group. A concert will also be performed for the parents at the end of the week! Cost: $75 per person. Class size is limited.

Percussion Camp

Summer Art Camp

Tuesday - Friday July 21-24

10:00 a.m. - Noon, Museum Annex

Grades K5-6th

The theme for art camp is "Leap Into Landscape."  Participants will explore a variety of contemporary and traditional paintings and introduced to an assortment of mediums and techniques. Cost: Members $50; Non-members $60.

Summer Art Camp

Landscape Painting Workshop

Taught by Mississippi artist Richard Kelso

Friday, July 17 through Sunday July 19

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Carriage House Studio

Kelso will demonstrate and instruct participants in the landscape painting process. This class will be conducted outside, weather permitting, in scenic local landscapes (dress accordingly). Lunch qnd bottled water will be provided. Participants will be given a supply list for the class.

Cost: Members $150; Non-members $200

Landscape Painting Workshop
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