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Nature Collage Camp! (Children ages 9+) With Stephanie King

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Date:
July 18, 2023
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$82
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Cultural Center of Cape Cod
307 Old Main St.
South Yarmouth, Ma., MA United States
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Phone
508.394.7100

Nature Collage Camp! (Children ages 9+) With Stephanie King

July 25 – 27 10:00am – 11:30am

 

For ages 9+.
Join educator, Stephanie King, for a fun and whimsical three-session nature collage summer camp. Create lasting memories of your Cape Cod summer by starting a nature journal & designing collages made with natural materials such as sand, tiny shells, pressed flowers, handmade paper and even seaweed. Collage making has no rules and children can be as playful and experimental as they choose. We will learn to use natural materials to illustrate a favorite flower, animal, underwater scene, or anything else we can imagine. Students will draw inspiration from their environment and experiences to tell their own stories with written words and/or visual works of art. Did you know you can paint with feathers, twigs, and pinecones? Join in to find out how, and come celebrate Cape Cod’s beautiful flora and fauna by creating sun catchers, collages & nature sketchbooks/journals.
Please bring a 5×8 or 9×12, mixed media sketchbook.
Stephanie King:
Stephanie King is an abstract mixed media artist who resides in Sandwich, MA. Throughout her 15 year career of teaching Montessori, she incorporated her passion for art and nature into her daily classroom curriculum. Her greatest passion is to preserve nature by showcasing its beauty through her art. Nature is both a passion and a muse for Stephanie. Flowers and seaweed are a type of lens in which she examines truth, beauty and the natural world. She has a talent for finding extraordinary beauty in the overlooked and ignored world of seaweed and wild botanicals. A self-taught artist by nature, she has spent over two decades exploring the fine lines between land flora and marine algae. Stephanie stays connected to the natural world and the arts on the Cape through working seasonally for Massachusetts Audubon and she is a member of the Sandwich Art Alliance, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod and the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. She is an emerging artist whose art can be found in stores around Cape Cod. The mission of her work is to create visual art that fosters an emotional response, connecting people to the environment and ultimately motivating people to care more about protecting the land and oceans.
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