Instead of spending the summer wishing you had something fun and exciting for your children to do, why not give them the opportunity to create a sculpture, paint a picture, make up a play, or act on stage? The U of L Faculty of Fine Arts Drama and Art Camps are the perfect outlet for their summer fun. There are seven weeklong camps to choose from, which run weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Drama for ages 7 to 10
Use your body, voice and imagination to create a world of original characters and stories in this action-packed camp. Participants must be able to read. The camp concludes with a performance on Friday afternoon for parents and friends.
Camps: July 4-8, July 18-22, Aug. 2-4* and Aug. 8-12
Drama for ages 11 to 15
Acting, comedy, costumes, make-up, improvisation and more! These camps are perfect for older participants looking for a dramatic challenge.
Camps: July 11-15, July 25-29 and Aug. 15-19
or ages 7 to 10
Explore drawing, painting, mask making, printmaking, sculpture and more – something new and interesting every day. No experience necessary! The camp concludes with an exhibition of the creative exploits of participants.
Camps: July 4-8, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29 and Aug 2-5*
for ages 11 to 15
Specifically designed for students interested in investigating a variety of art experiences including painting, sculpture, printmaking and more. Aug 8-12 and Aug. 15-19
The registration fee for each camp includes all materials and supplies, a unique camp T-shirt and lunch each day.
*Camps from Aug. 3-6 are 4-day camps (Tuesday through Friday). All the rest of the camps are Monday through Friday.
For more information about the drama and art camps call Fine Arts Camps Director Katherine Wasiak at 403-329-2227. To register for a camp, call U of L Sport and Recreation Services at 403-329-2706.
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