Clay and Craft (6-11)

Kids will get the chance to create and customize their own works of art in this fun and interactive camp!

Ages
6 - 11
Category
Arts
Type
Camp
Hours
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Duration
2 Weeks
Day Options
Half day
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Location
619 West 9th St Houston, TX 77007

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June 1st–June 12th 2015 $295.00
July 6th–17th 2015 $295.00
August 3rd–14th 2015 $295.00

Description

Boys and girls who are ages 6-11 can satisfy their creative drive with this delightful camp, which includes clay sculpting as well as other fun projects.

The first week of camp is focused around designing and creating their clay masterpieces, with the second week devoted to finishing them, as well as moving on to other crafts, such as sewing and paper-making.

Typical day at camp will run the gamut of fun arts and crafts, and kids will be able to do their own work while interacting with fellow campers and staff.

This version of the camp is for ages 6-11. Parents are not required to attend with the students. Camp t-shirts are provided. Kids should dress with the expectation that they will get messy. Both boys and girls are welcome to attend.

Boys and girls who are ages 6-11 can satisfy their creative drive with this delightful camp, which includes clay sculpting as well as other fun projects.

The first week of camp is focused around designing and creating their clay masterpieces, with the second week devoted to finishing them, as well as moving on to other crafts, such as sewing and paper-making.

Typical day at camp will run the gamut of fun arts and crafts, and kids will be able to do their own work while interacting with fellow campers and staff.

This version of the camp is for ages 6-11. Parents are not required to attend with the students. Camp t-shirts are provided. Kids should dress with the expectation that they will get messy. Both boys and girls are welcome to attend.

Insider Tips

A transplant from Scotland to Houston after meeting her husband, Carole Smith's passion for teaching art led her to open the McCheek's Academy. Smith encourages...more

A transplant from Scotland to Houston after meeting her husband, Carole Smith's passion for teaching art led her to open the McCheek's Academy. Smith encourages her students to express their innate creativity while learning the processes involved in ceramics. 

The Staff

Carole Smith is the founder of McCheek's Academy. She holds a degree in Ceramics from Camberwell College of Arts in London and a post-graduate degree in Ceramics...more

Carole Smith is the founder of McCheek's Academy. She holds a degree in Ceramics from Camberwell College of Arts in London and a post-graduate degree in Ceramics from Goldsmith's University. 

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