Arts & Science Camp

Taught by professional artists



Combining the science of recycling with the visual arts is a fun, creative, hands-on program that also addresses real world problem solving. Students gain self-esteem as they learn a life long skill to share that knowledge with others in the community. It provides a springboard to creativity, for which the possibilities of topics and projects are boundless.  Involving the "whole child" in the arts gradually teaches many types of literacy while developing intuition, sensitivity, reasoning, imagination, and dexterity. Learning in the arts nurtures active engagement, disciplined and sustained attention, persistence and risk-taking.
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Arts & Science Summer Camp for 5-11 yrs old - July & August 
Learning to Recycle - From Trash to Treasure


For questions e-mail: info@dianamoya.com.

Classes may have a wide range of ages. 
  • Will introduce color, elements of art, art history, and a variety of materials and techniques.
  • Advanced guidance for stellar students.
  • Taught by professional artists.
  • Participants will create an art piece that will include found and recycled objects for exhibition on Friday.

*Advanced registration, a minimum of one week, and payment is recommended as we cannot guarantee your space until full payment is received.
 
Classes take place at the SoDeVis Studio Gallery 6927 Main St., Frisco, TX 75034
 in Historic Downtown Frisco MainSt./4th Street.

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A different theme is explored every week. 
Sessions focus on creating project-based art in a wide variety of media taught by professional artists.
Students make an exhibit / presentation for parents on Friday.

Week 1 – June 11-15: Water:Learn about acids and bases, the pH of water, and pollution.  Discover and recreate water creatures with wire and found objects. 

Week 2 – June 18-22: Wind: Why does the wind blow? Build our own pin wheel and observe the process of wind motion and how we might use this as a source of power. 

Week 3 –  June 25-29: Botanicals: Learn about nature and the environment by creating amazing flower paintings, collages, sculptures, from discarded materials. 

Week 4 - July 9-13: Wood Forest: Discover the variety of plants and animals in the rainforest by making sculptures with found and discarded objects. 

Week 5 - July 16-20: Solar Energy: Learn how the sun provides for us everyday and how we might harness this power. Design magnificent sun catchers and your own version of the sun. 

Week 6 - July 23-27: Worms and creepy crawlers: Have fun learning about worms and their role in making the system complete. Create birds and butterflies never seen before!

Week 7 – July 30- Aug 3: Wind: Why does the wind blow? Build our own pin wheel and observe the process of wind motion and how we might use this as a source of power. 

Week 8 - Aug 13-17: Solar Energy: Learn how the sun provides for us everyday and how we might harness this power. Design magnificent sun catchers and your own version of the sun. 


Each child attending must complete a 'Registration' and email it to info@dianamoya.com or fax to 866-629-4705
Morning Session: Mon.-Thu. 9am - 12pm  
Friday 3pm-6pm for Exhibit set up  and presentation to parents at 5:30pm

Afternoon Session: Mon.-Thu. 1pm - 4pm  
Friday 3pm-6pm for Exhibit set up and presentation to parents at 5:30pm

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