Winter Classes Start this week!! There is still space in workshops and some late starting classes.

Summer Spree Teens Classes

BIG TIME!
TEEN CLASSES

We are excited to hold in-person Summer Spree Art Camp for children and teens this summer!

This year we will offer teen classes each session for students entering grades 7 through 12 in the fall.  Classes will build skill and inspire creativity!

REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 1ST!!!

 

SESSION 1: June 27 – July 1
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 34 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

SESSION 2: July 5 – July 8 (4 days only, no class on Monday, July 4)
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $90, Non-Member $105

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

SESSION 3: July 11 – July 15
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

SESSION 4: July 18 – July 22
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

SESSION 5: July 25 – July 29
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

SESSION 6: August 1 – August 5
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

SESSION 7: August 8 – August 12
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

SESSION 8: August 15 – August 19
Monday – Friday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Member: $110, Non-Member $125

Wheel Thrown Pottery: Learn all about the potter’s wheel. Create beautiful shapes and functional forms that will last a lifetime. Students should have some experience with clay and are encouraged to sign up for 2 consecutive sessions.

Ceramic Handbuilding: Handbuilding opens up new possibilities in clay. Learn basic techniques to create sculptural and functional pieces using pinch, coil and slab construction. Clay preparation, glazing, and the firing process are included.

ROCK & ROLL CAMP PRESENTED BY ROCK GARDEN
August 22 – 26

 

For children ages 8 – 17

Do you play an instrument? Have you always wanted to sing or be in a rock band? Learn what it’s like to be a part of a band and prepare for a musical showcase! Learn to play rock staples by such legendary bands as The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin! This music-based camp is for the camper who has at least one year of music lesson experience (or equivalent) if you play an instrument, and no experience necessary if you are a singer.

The camp covers the fundamentals of rock performance, including guitar power chords, bass riffs, backbeat-driven rhythms, and emotive vocals. In addition to daily jams, band rehearsals, and general music instruction, we will listen to music and watch concert films as well as participate in several fun arts activities, including designing a band logo and name, posing for a band photo, and tie-dying band t-shirts! We play ultimate frisbee and other fun outdoor sports/games for our afternoon breaks! Participating instruments have been: guitar, bass, keyboard, drums/percussion, strings (violin, cello, etc.) vocals, and many more! It can be a great opportunity for you to try out a secondary instrument The camp-culminating music showcase concert is open to family and friends.

TO REGISTER: Rock & Roll Camp

 


 

REFUND POLICY
COVID Refund Policy for Summer Spree
If a student misses part of a session as a result of a COVID exposure that takes place at the CAC, family will receive a pro-rated refund for the days missed. For example, if a student is identified as a close contact of another student who is ill, tests positive, or is a probable case and cannot return to camp, the family will be refunded or credited a pro-rated amount for remaining days of camp that session and days of other sessions the student is registered for that may be impacted by the exposure.

If a student misses part or all of a session as a result of becoming ill, testing positive for COVID 19, or being identified as a close contact or probable case based on a COVID exposure that takes place somewhere other than CAC, Standard Summer Spree Refund Policy applies. If a student must miss an entire session due to one of these reasons and CAC is able to fill that spot with another student, the family of the withdrawn student will receive a full refund or credit less a $25 processing fee.

Standard Summer Spree Refund Policy
Student is withdrawn 14 days or more before the first class: 100% Refund or credit (Less a $25 Processing fee)
Student is withdrawn 7 -13 days before the first class 80% Refund or credit (Less a $50 Processing fee).  No refunds thereafter.


Spree COVID Protocols
Daily Screening
Families are asked to self-screen children prior to arriving at camp each day, ensuring campers do not have a temperature above 100.4 F and are not experiencing COVID like symptoms.

Cleaning + Sanitizing
CAC staff sanitize high touch surfaces daily.  Additional cleaning and sanitizing is performed by contracted cleaners.

Groups
In an effort to limit interactions between campers we have made some format and logistical adjustments to camp this year:

  • Students will be in groups of no more than 10 people (up to 8 students and 2 staff) for the majority of camp time.
  • Only full day camp will be offered (9am – 3pm) so that cohorts stay the same throughout the day. Groups will interact with special project facilitators one group at a time.
  • Students will stay with their group for lunch.  Lunch will take place outdoors when feasible and students will be distanced when eating whether indoors or outdoors.

Outdoor Space
Summer Spree always involves lots of outside time for campers.  We intend to increase that this year, encouraging teachers to take classes outside frequently and do some projects outdoors.  Ceramics will be held outdoors under tents and other special projects will take place outside when feasible.

Hand Sanitizing / Washing
Hand sanitizer will be available to all groups and teachers will encourage frequent washing and sanitizing.

Masks / Distancing
All students and staff will wear masks at all times except when eating/drinking and during periodic mask breaks which will take place outdoors with at least 6 feet of distance between campers. While a distance of 6 feet between campers may not be feasible at all times, student seating will be distanced and teachers will encourage physical distancing throughout the day.

Equipment / supplies
Most supplies will be used by only one student and teachers will take steps to avoid situations where multiple students touch the same supplies. Shared equipment will be sanitized between uses.

We are monitoring CDC and PA state guidance for summer camps and will follow COVID management protocols set forth by Chester County Health Department (serving Delaware County) if situations arise.

 

Summer Spree is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

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