Fine Arts Camp 2015

July 12-17 • July 19-24 • July 26-31


Embark on a journey of self-discovery through creativity. Campers explore five Fine Arts disciplines:

You'll also participate in a daily concentrated class focusing on one of these disciplines. On Friday, you will present your work at the Performing Arts Forum in O'Laughlin Auditorium for your
friends and family.


For girls entering grades 5-9

Whether experienced in the fine arts or not, campers are welcome to enroll in Saint Mary's Fine Arts Camp. The only requirement is the desire to learn and join in the fun.

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2015 Fine Arts Tuition:
Before 3/31/15    $470
After 3/31/15      $520


Art

Campers will experience distinct art forms such as painting, jewelry making, wearable art, paper art, and textiles. Whether sculpting, making friendship bracelets or angle wings, or designing garments campers bring their own masterpiece to life inside Saint Mary's professional art studios.


Creative Writing

Embrace the world of words in sessions designed to build your distinct writing voice. Campers learn to express themselves on the page through unique exercises like reporting, writing ad jingles, poetry slams, monologues, or writing a love letter to a favorite food.


Dance

Each dance class has a distinct rhythm as campers develop skills in memory, musicality, and style. Campers learn dance history and vocabulary while exploring ballet, jazz, and modern dance. The Saint Mary's Dance Studio is complete with a sound system, mirrors, and a dance floor--an ideal space to express yourself through movement.


Music

Classes immerse campers in the basic elements of music. Past participants have created their own musical instruments, performed Broadway musical selections, and made the most of brooms and trash cans in their own version of the exciting musical show Stomp. Campers are invited to bring a musical instrument from home if they wish to share their talents.


Theatre

Character, voice, and movement provide the building blocks for campers to express their dramatic potential and develop performance skills and collaboration techniques through theatre games and group exercises. Classes are held on stage at the historic O'Laughlin Auditorium.