I would like to introduce my latest art adventure: I am taking over the Decorative and Fine Arts Camp at Glen Echo! After years of running the camp, my esteemed colleague and talented sculptor Sinclair Hamilton has retired to run his B&B in Hancock Maryland. I will now be running the camp through Emma Teaches Art LLC. I worked for Sinclair for 8 summers before taking off some time to have babies, and now I am so excited to be back. Glen Echo has always been a magical place for me that is very close to my heart, and with some new ideas and new campers I’m sure this is going to be the best year of the Decorative and Fine Arts Camp ever!
Decorative and Fine Arts Camp
$250 a week, Ages 6-12, Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm, Glen Echo Park MD, Weeks of June 17-August 26 (No Camp week of July 15)
The Decorative and Fine Arts Camp has worked in cooperation with the Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture, the National Park Service and Montgomery County, MD for over 20 years.
At the Decorative and Fine Arts Camp your child can create fantastic objects, silkscreen prints, handmade books, marbleized paper, plaster fossils, terra cotta sculptures, and color wheels on real canvas. Learn fundamentals like color, shape, line and texture, while enjoying the park, its beautiful carousel and art deco buildings. Take one or more week-long camp sessions. Returning campers get new challenges and alternative projects. Studio fee payable to instructor at first class: $50 for full camp weeks and $40 for short July 1st week. Tuition includes $50 nonrefundable deposit.
Register here: glenechopark.org/classes