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Have you ever heard of a “stay-cation”? New Orleans is a booming city with lots of fun summer activities, despite the heat! Join us for an adventure during this holiday week as we explore the great outdoors. Young Artists will attend morning field trips, returning to Nola Spaces in the afternoon to apply experiences during master classes.
This camp is outta this world! Young artists will explore the history of NOLA as inspiration for a mural project planned with master muralist, Jamar Pierre.
With master seamstress, Phyllis Funches of Hustle and Sew, young artists will learn sewing techniques and design an outfit for the Executive Director, Dana Reed, to wear to the annual Appetite for Art dinner in the fall.
Science. Technology. Engineering. ART! Mathematics. Young Artists will nurture both sides of the brain, creating new thinking and problem solving skills, while discovering that art and innovation go hand-in-hand.
While lerning about urban planning and design oung artists will explore how to create architecture to benefit their own community.
Reduce, reuse, repurpose and recycle! Young Artists will be given the opportunity to develop their artistic skills and engage with their peers while making original artwork with everyday objects. In theater new spins will be put on old tales. The dance and music classes will build on already acquired skills and turn them into new choreographed works and compositions. Young Artists will also explore the concept of sustainability as they turn waste into wonderful works of art.
We’re hosting our own Summer Games in 2020! For this week-long camp, our young artists will team up with their age groups to compete in the first-ever Upturn ART-lympics. Through art-centered games, young artists will learn to work together to accomplish collaborative and creative goals—all while having fun!
Grab your passport and travel to far off places! This camp will visit a different country every day. From the artistic traditions from different cultures, to foods from around the world, Young Artists will create visual arts projects and experience worldy culinary traditions without leaving the comfort of their own neighborhood.
New Orleans isn’t nicknamed Hollywood of the South for nothing! This camp will focus on movie magic and animation and learn from a staff of seasoned and local actors, writers, designers, and producers to create a short film!
Young artists will also explore the history of stop motion films including the intersection of photography, film, and sculpture by making our own claymation video!
If you can dream it, you can do it! During this camp, young artists will explore their wildest dreams and draw inspiration for projects from daily field trips around the city.