Arts Classes and Camps

2014 Morris Museum – Adult Studio Art Classes

TO REGISTER

Studio Art office  973.971.3740
Studio Art email  studioart@morrismuseum.org

STUDIO ART REGISTRATION FORM


Mixed Media Workshop with Nina Nemeth

Monday, April 7 – May 19, 10:00am-12:30pm

Explore some of the many mixed media methods and tools – you might use paint, or “bleeding paper,” or ink, you might use collage materials from any number of sources!  Enjoy eye-opening Monday mornings – viewing demos and creating art of your own.

$195  Members
$210  Non-members
Short supply list


Representational Drawing with Ed Potters

Section 1: Monday, April 7 – May 19, 12:30-2:30pm
Section 2: Saturday, April 12 – May 17, 12:00-2:00pm

This class is designed for students who have a basic knowledge of drawing. Class will focus on the primary principals of drawing – line, composition, form, subject and point of view. We will begin by examining simple line or contour drawing, eventually advancing to hyper realistic renderings of still life and portraits.  Each student will have the opportunity to discuss his or her process with the class, sparking conversation about what each artist’s work means to him.

Section 1: $155  Members / $170  Non-members / Supply list
Section 2: $135  Members / $150  Non-members / Supply list


Pastel Landscape Painting with Annette Hanna

Monday, April 7 – May 19, 2:00-4:30pm

Pastel is a lively, colorful medium for creating visually breathtaking landscapes. Learn to use pastels to express light, shadow, value, and color, while exploring composition, atmosphere, and aerial perspective.

$195  Members
$210  Non-members
Supply list


Mosaic Basics with Eleanor Parr-DiLeo

Monday, April 21 and 28, 10:00am-1:00pm

Mosaic is an art form that goes back about 6000 years – originally made with pebbles of different colors, later using tesserae manufactured specifically for this art form. In this two-day class, learn basic tile-cutting techniques, placement of tiles, gluing and grouting as you create a 10-inch mirror frame.  No art or mosaic experience required.

$70  Members
$75  Non-members
$25 Supply fee


Mosaic Wall Piece with Eleanor Parr-DiLeo

Monday, May 5, 12 and 19, 10:00am-1:00pm

Create an 8×10 inch wall piece in this 3-day class, using the skills you learned in Mosaic Basics in April (above). Fine-tune your technique using your own design, or one selected from the instructor’s design files. Enjoy creating a unique and eye-catching piece of art for your wall.

$100  Members
$115  Non-members
$25  Supply fee


Drawing Fundamentals with Laurie Harden

Tuesday, April 8 – May 27, 9:30-11:30am

Learn the fundamentals of drawing a variety of subject matter. Focus on the formal elements of line, shape, tone, form, space, and depth – the very foundations that you will always use in art making. Practice lines and perspective; render the look of 3-D with value and shadow; observe and draw a live model the last two weeks.

$195  Members
$210  Non-members
Supply list


Water Color Painting with Peggy Dressel

Thursday, April 10 – May 15, 10:00am-12:00pm

Beginners and continuing students will explore basic techniques, color theory, value, and the elements of a good watercolor painting. Learn controlled wet-into-wet painting. Subjects will include glass, silver, flowers and landscapes. There will be a short demo in every class.

$135  Members
$150  Non-members
Supply list


Two Dimensional Art with Robert Kogge

Friday, April 11 – May 30, 10:00am-12:30pm

Work in an atelier setting using any 2-D medium you choose –exciting possibilities include colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, or strictly tonal studies!  Whatever your choice of medium, the elements of color, form, harmony, line, mass, pattern, rhythm, shape, space, texture, tone, value, and volume will be addressed. Traditional or experimental: how you create relates to what you create. Students may use reference materials such as photos, or take subject matter directly from nature. Individual attention and guidance given each class.

$220  Members
$245  Non-members
Supply list


Beginning Oil Painting with Laurie Harden

Friday, April 11 – May 30, 2:00-4:30pm

Learn the basics of oil painting from mixing colors and composition, blending and creating form with high-lights, mid-tones and shadows. Learn glazing, scumbling, and dry-brush; care and maintenance of your equipment; use of mediums, temperatures and drying times. Work from life to help train your eye to see subtle details and colors.

$220  Members
$245  Non-members
Supply list


Figure Drawing for Teens & Adults with Laurie Harden (Ages 12-Adult)

Thursday, April 10 – May 29, 5:00-7:00pm

Learn to draw the human figure from life – beginning with quick, gesture sketches, and concluding with completed drawings from long poses. Learn proportions and correct relationship between the parts of the body, using guides like plumb-lines and negative spaces. Experience the chance to draw many types of figures. Clothed model.

$200  Members
Supply list


Digital Arts with Photoshop with Joe Morelli (Ages 13 – Adult)

Thursday, April 10 – May 15, 6:30-8:30pm

This class presents the fundamentals of Photoshop and beyond. Learn how to navigate the program, manage and manipulate photos, color-correct photos, and more!  Artist and graphic designer, Joe Morelli, will instruct you in the elements of traditional graphic design. Combine this knowledge with your new skills in Photoshop to create your own original digital art pieces. Class will run in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step manner so that beginners, as well as the more experienced students, will be able to keep pace. You will receive individual direction as you work at your own level on your own project.  Students are encouraged to bring their own laptop computers to work on their own projects.

$160  Members
$175  Non-members


Printing without a Press with Alice Harrison (Ages 16 – adult)

Sunday, April 27, 2:00-5:00pm
Enjoy an afternoon exploring how to make art prints without a press. Draw and ink images on foam boards for transfer; roll ink onto a plate and scrape away the image; carve your own stamp to use with ink. There are a number of wonderful ways to create unique note cards, or any number of paper items. No experience necessary – just come have some fun!

$60  Members
$70  Non-members
$10  Supply fee


Silk Scarf Marbleizing with Nancy Leary (Ages 16 – Adult)

Sunday, April 27, 12:00-2:00pm

Create your own unique “wearable art” – a 5-foot-long silk scarf using the ancient art form, ebru, also known as marbleizing. Match your favorite outfit or make a gift for someone special!

$60  Members
$70  Non-members
$10  Supply fee


Doll Making Workshop with Faith Valentinetti (Ages 16 – Adult)

Saturday, May 10, 10:00am-4:00pm

Enjoy a day with doll maker Faith Valentinetti, who will instruct you in how to make a unique doll, made with polymer clay head, hands, and legs, and a cloth body. Add the clothing and embellishments to personalize your creation. A lovely and extra-special gift, or a treasure to keep yourself! Basic sewing experience is required.

$90  Members
$100 Non-members
Supply list

 


Let’s Play! with Lisa Pressman (Ages 16 – Adult)      

Saturday, June 21, 10:00am-4:00pm

Come play with artist Lisa Pressman in this mixed media workshop. Explore the endless possibilities of mark-making by drawing from all sides of the brain. We will be using drawing materials, ink, pastels, oil sticks, along with guided exercises to encourage imaginative and intuitive drawing as we experiment with traditional and non-traditional materials. Be prepared to explore and have a fun day. No previous art experience required!

$100  Members
$115  Non-members
$35    Supply fee to instructor
Short supply list

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Speakeasy Art Gallery classes

about the classesSpeakeasy Art Gallery also serves as a private art school offering enrichment classes for both youth and adult students. Our students gain skills, knowledge and confidence from these fun and educational classes. All instructors at Speakeasy Art are working artists with extensive teaching experience. Classes are held on site at Speakeasy Art Gallery, in Boonton’s Art District, with it’s rotating artists’ work on display to reference and inspire. A student exhibit and reception is held twice a year at the gallery.
Class sizes are kept small to insure that students receive plenty of individual attention for their art lessons. Youth classes are generally recommended for ages 7-11, some exceptions can be made for slightly younger or older students. We suggest that mature teens with an interest in learning the visual arts attend our adult and teen evening classes.

All classes consist of a 6 week semester, 1 missed class may be made up on the week following week 6. Students who have not missed any classes in a semester, but would like to attend the make up session may do so at a prorated cost. We understand that family schedules can be hectic, so we do our best to accommodate students by keeping our areas of study, schedule and make up options flexible.

The gallery services students from mainly the Morris County area including Boonton, Boonton Township, Mountain Lakes, Montville, Denville, Parsippany, Lincoln Park, Dover, Morristown and beyond.

Click here to register for Youth Afternoon & Saturday classes

Click here to register for Adult Evening Classes

for more information, call Paul at 973-557-8268 or email Paul@SpeakeasyArt.com, or in person during business hours at Speakeasy Art, 816 Main Street, Boonton, NJ 07005

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YOUTH CLASSES -
Weekday afternoons & Saturday mornings

(ages 6-12)

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Classes meet weekly for 1 1/2 hour sessions.
$150.00 for 6 weeks plus one make up session. All supplies included in tuition. 

Available sessions:

Mondays 3:45-5:15pm
Instructor: Paul & Kristy Jach
Spring II – April 14 – May 19
Spring III – June 2 – June 16

Tuesdays 3:45-5:15pm
Instructor: Paul & Kristy Jach
Spring II – April 15 – May 20
Spring III – June 3 – June 17

Wednesdays 3:45-5:15pm
Instructor: Paul & Kristy Jach
Spring II – April 16 – May 21
Spring III – June 4 – June 18

Saturdays 9:30-11am
Instructor: Paul Jach & Jessica Schoner
Spring II – April 19 – May 24
Spring III – June 7 – June 21

Students may choose from the areas of study listed below. All supplies are included in tuition. 

Intro to Drawing
In this class students will begin by building a strong foundation in the fundamental elements of drawing; including line, shape, form, value, composition, color and perspective. With fun and engaging lessons,students will receive knowledge in essential art history, multiple drawing techniques and different drawing mediums. Students will work from still life and photo references, receiving instruction individually and as a group.

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Advanced Drawing
This class is for returning students, expanding on the knowledge gained in the Drawing I class. Students will begin to focus on more advanced drawing techniques and styles, such as pen & ink, white charcoal and portraiture.

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Intro to Painting
Students will learn the basics of color mixing, composition, texture, shape, form and value. They will also learn how these elements of painting are directly related to works in the gallery and from art history. Students will work from still life and photo references, receiving instruction individually and as a group.

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Advanced Painting 
This class is for returning students, expanding on the knowledge gained in the Intro to Painting I class. Students will begin to work on paintings with subject matter of their choice. They will begin to learn more advanced painting techniques and styles.

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Cartooning & Animation
In a fun and engaging environment, students will learn the basic elements of cartooning & animation such as character development, storytelling and illustration techniques. Students will create characters sheets, story boards, sets, sculpt characters and finally animate their story.

 

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Custom Toy Design (Munny Making)

Inspired by our exhibit “Munny Makers”, this new and exciting class combines elements of design, sculpture, painting and art history. Students will sketch out their designs, choose a color scheme then construct their vision. They may choose from four different vinyl figures. There is a supply fee of $15 for each toy.

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ADULT & TEEN CLASSES -
Weeknight evenings

Monday Evening Classes

Spring II – April 14 – May 19
Spring III – June 2 – June 16

Drawing & Painting 6:30-8:30pm (this class is also available on Wednesday evenings)
Instructor: Tim Maher

This class is designed for experienced and inexperienced adults in drawing and painting. Students will learn the basics of color mixing, composition, texture, shape, form and value. They will also learn how these aspects of drawing and painting are directly related to works in the gallery and from art history. Students will work from still life and photo references, receiving instruction individually and as a group. Students with little or no experience are recommended to begin in drawing. Returning students will work on a more individual basis with the instructor to develop their own artistic style working in the medium of their choice.

6 weeks – $200.00

(All supplies for drawing are provided. Students working in paint are provided with acrylic and watercolor paints, brushes, canvas pads and watercolor paper, if a student chooses to work in oils, they must provide their own paints and brushes.)

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click here to pay now with Pay Pal or pay by mail or in person at Speakeasy Art Gallery 816 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 Thursday – Saturday 11-5pm and Sunday 10-3pm 

Tuesday Evening Classes

Spring II – April 15 – May 20
Spring III – June 3 – June 17

Screen Printing 6:30-8:30pm
Instructor: Rebecca Sica

This class will introduce students to the art of printmaking. Students will learn to create and print original editions using the following silk screen techniques: photo emulsion, stencil and drawing fluid. Students will work from reference material and their own sketches.
6 weeks – $200.00 (plus $25.00 supply fee)

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click here to pay now with Pay Pal or pay by mail or in person at Speakeasy Art Gallery 816 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 Thursday – Saturday 11-5pm and Sunday 10-3pm

 

Wednesdays Evening Classes

Spring II – April 16 – May 21
Spring III – June 4 – June 18

Adult Drawing & Painting 6:30-8:30pm (this class is also available on Monday evenings)
Instructor: Tim Maher

This class is designed for experienced and inexperienced adults in drawing and painting. Students will learn the basics of color mixing, composition, texture, shape, form and value. They will also learn how these aspects of drawing and painting are directly related to works in the gallery and from art history. Students will work from still life and photo references, receiving instruction individually and as a group. Students with little or no experience are recommended to begin in drawing. Returning students will work on a more individual basis with the instructor to develop their own artistic style working in the medium of their choice.
6 weeks – $200.00
(All supplies for drawing are provided. Students working in paint are provided with acrylic and watercolor paints, brushes, canvas pads and watercolor paper, if a student chooses to work in oils, they must provide their own paints and brushes.)

Click here to register now

click here to pay now with Pay Pal or pay by mail or in person at Speakeasy Art Gallery 816 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 Thursday – Saturday 11-5pm and Sunday 10-3pm
Thursday Evening Classes

Spring II – April 17 – May 22
Spring III – June 5 – June 19

Photography 6:30-8:30pm
Instructor: Jim Somers

Students will learn to take images with the final result in mind, from a blog entry to a fine art print. This class is for both novice and experienced photographers. Students will learn the fundamentals of photography and how to use them on their camera for creative control of their images. Students will be assessed on their existing knowledge and the class will be tailored to focus on new areas and of interest to the students. Either film or digital photography cameras can be used by the student and adapted to the classes lessons. Technical subject matter covered will include exposure (the effects of shutter speed, aperture and ISO choices on the image), sensor/film basics, basic optics and lenses (including the creative use of different lenses/focal lengths), color theory (including white balance), lighting, and post-processing (getting the most from an image after it has been taken). Students will also be taught composition and encouraged to experiment.

6 weeks – $200.00 (students must provide their own camera and are responsible for film and/or printing costs)

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click here to pay now with Pay Pal or pay by mail or in person at Speakeasy Art Gallery 816 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 Thursday – Saturday 11-5pm and Sunday 10-3pm

 

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Spring Classes – Hunterdon Art Museum

Our slate of spring classes offers something for budding artists of all ages! We’re featuring programs in charcoal, photography, watercolors and drawing for adults to glass fusing, comic book creation and jewelry making for kids. Learn from professional artists, teachers and storytellers. All our program are listed here. Don’t forget to enroll before April 15th to save $10 on most classes.

Spring Break Mini-Camp Starts Soon

Give your kids — and yourself! — a break with our spring break mini-camp on April 22 and 23. Classes are filling up quickly, but we still have a few open spots. You can enroll your six- to 10-year-old children in one session or let them enjoy a day at the Museum with a supervised lunch.

Here’s what’s on tap:

Nature’s Gallery -- Earth Day is the perfect opportunity to let your children discover the art and design possibilities in nature. Painting, clay sculpting, printmaking and more! Taught by Nan Krotcha. Tuesday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Webs, Wings and Watercolors – From turtle shells to spider webs and ripe red apples, children will observe the wonders of nature through art with watercolors, pastels and more. Taught  by Lisa Grasso-Earl. Tuesday, April 22 1 to 4 p.m..

My Pet Project – Pet-themed projects bring art and animals together. Kids can spend the morning sculpting and painting. Taught by Amanda Esposito. Wednesday, April 23, 9 a.m. to noon.

Sculpture Sampler – Explore the world of 3D art with clay, felt, fabrics and more. Taught by Nancy Miller. Wednesday, April 23, 1 to 4 p.m.

Don’t miss out! Visit our website to learn more about our mini-camp.

…And Speaking of Spring

Time is running out to take advantage of our early registration rewards program. Enroll before April 15th to save on most classes. Among the offerings for children and adults are: Japanese Anime & Cartooning, Intro to Fashion, Jewelry Design, Introduction to Abstraction, Fine Art in Natural Patterns, and Poetry of Visual Art.

You can see a complete slate of our spring classes and our summer camp offerings by visiting our website.

 

Playwrights Theatre, Madison, NJ

 Summer Theatre EXPERIENCES for Kids and Teens

This summer, Playwrights Theatre is offering an Early Enrollment rate plan for the Full Day Campclasses in the Summer Theatre Camp. This special rate can be secured by enrolling students in a Full Day Camp session prior to the date listed below. No other discounts apply.Tuition $575 • When Enrolled BEFORE Apr 30 • With a deposit of $287.50After April 30, Full Day Camp registration will return to the regular fee of $595.00 (a deposit of $297.50 is required at the time of enrollment). A deposit in the amount of half the tuition due is required at time of registration. The remaining balance must be paid no later than May 30.All Full Day Camp enrollments, whether made during the reduced enrollment period, or after, include a $100.00 non-refundable enrollment fee that will not be refunded unless Playwrights Theatre initiates a class cancellation of the session in which the student is enrolled.To secure this reduced rate, enrollments must be made by phone ONLY. Please contact the Education Office at 973-514-1787, ext. 21. Leave a message if no one is available to take your call. Your call will be returned promptly.
Summer Camp 2014

Summer Theatre Experiences for Kids & Teens at Playwrights Theatre Summer 2014

Two Week Workshops offered for Pre-K to 12th grade
Half-Day and Full-Day Sessions

EARLY BIRD Reduced Rates for Full Day Camps

In Playwrights Theatre’s Creative Arts Academy, students are not just receiving quality training in theatre-based craft, they are practicing transferable life skills. Like executive function skills that help them take healthy risks and deal with setbacks, skills that develop working memory for complicated tasks, and the kind of intellectual flexibility needed to come up with creative solutions to old and new problems. They are learning to collaborate and empathize, to know when to lead, when to assist, and to develop the confidence to assert themselves in the service of others.

Our two-week process-oriented classes result in devised theatre pieces shared with family and friends that incorporate writing, voice, improvisation and acting. Students learn to appreciate the spoken word, gesture and the importance of narrative and character in their daily lives. They deal with the challenges and the joys of the creative process.

All residencies are taught by trained professional theatre artists/educators. Since new themes and skills will be presented with each session, the classes may be taken multiple times.

SUMMER 2014 SUMMER CAMP CLASSES

Creative Play for Ages 4 and 5

Playmakers Grades 1-3

Acting and Musical Performance Grades 4-5/6-8

Full-Day Theatre Academy Grades 4-6/7-9

Playwriting Grades 6-8/9-12


Adult Playwriting Workshop

Taught by Playwrights Theatre’s Artistic Director (and 2012 NJ State Council on the Arts Playwriting Fellowship winner) John Pietrowski, this will be a basic workshop class where students share work in a supportive environment. Enrollment is open to students of all levels of experience, classes will provide exercises to beginners working on their first play as well as experienced writers who are further down the road.

Spring 2014 Session
Mondays, 7:00-10:00pm
April 14 – June 23, 2014 (no class May 26)
Tuition is $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer 2014 Session
Mondays, 7:00-10:00pm
July 7 – September 15, 2014 (no September 1)
Tuition is $275 ($250 for returning students)

Can’t join this class on the first day? Pro-rate options available for late starts.

Full-Day Theatre Academy

The Full-Day Theatre Academy (Monday through Friday, 9:30am–4:00pm) is designed for grades 4-6/7-9. Kids and Teens work with a team of artists to create an original play with music. The class will focus on the writing, performance, music, and production aspects of the play. Students explore each skill and learn how to weave the various elements together into an engaging, original performance piece presented to family and friends.

Full-Day sessions are available for Session B (July 7-July 18) and Session C (July 21-August 1)

“Our daughter loved this two-week, full day program! She was fully engaged and had fun in every activity. Her confidence and creativity blossomed, too. Thank you!” Lindsay Forness, parent from Summer Camp

Playmakers (Grades 1-3)

Theatre games, pantomime and improvisation provide exciting means for learning basic performance skills in movement, voice and imagination. An engaging and nurturing environment for children to create and express themselves.

Registration Deadlines:
Session A, June 16, 2014
Session B, July 1, 2014
Session C, July 14, 2014
Session D, July 28, 2014
Session E, August 11, 2014

Summer Camp Session A
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
June 23 – July 3, 2014
Grades 1-3
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session B
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
July 7 – July 18, 2014
Grades 1-3
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session C
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
July 21 – August 1, 2014
Grades 1-3
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session D
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 4 – August 15, 2014
Grades 1-3
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session E
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 18 – August 29, 2014
Grades 1-3
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Acting and Musical Performance (Grades 4-5/6-8)

Musical Performance, Acting Exercises, theatre games, pantomime and improvisation provide exciting means for learning basic performance skills in movement, voice and imagination. An engaging and nurturing environment for children to create and express themselves.

Registration Deadlines:
Session A, June 16, 2014
Session B, July 1, 2014
Session C, July 14, 2014
Session D, July 28, 2014
Session E, August 11, 2014

Summer Camp Session A
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
June 23 – July 3, 2014
Grades 4-5/6-8
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session B
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
July 7 – July 18, 2014
Grades 4-5/6-8
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session C
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
July 21 – August 1, 2014
Grades 4-5/6-8
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session D
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 4 – August 15, 2014
Grades 4-5/6-8
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session E
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 18 – August 29, 2014
Grades 4-5 and 6-8
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Playwriting (Grades 6-12)

Students meet for instruction in playwriting technique and guidance on their works-in-progress. Students may receive additional support by emailing drafts to the playwriting instructor for individual advice. The class will culminate in a reading of students’ work on the last day.

Registration Deadlines:
Session A, June 16, 2014
Session D, July 28, 2014
Session E, August 11, 2014

Summer Camp Session A
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
June 23 – July 3, 2014
Grades 6-12
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session D
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 4 – August 15, 2014
Grades 6-12
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Summer Camp Session E
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 18 – August 29, 2014
Grades 6-12
Tuition $275 ($250 for returning students)

Creative Play (Ages 4 & 5)

Fun drama exercises, storytelling and other activities use body, voice and imagination to develop students’ creative expression. Build self-esteem and communication skills.

Registration Deadlines:
Session A, June 16, 2014
Session B, July 1, 2014
Session C, July 14, 2014
Session D, July 28, 2014
Session E, August 11, 2014

Summer Camp Session A
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-11:30am
June 23 – July 3, 2014
Ages 4-5
Tuition $225

Summer Camp Session B

Monday – Friday, 9:30am-11:30am
July 7 – July 18, 2014
Ages 4-5
Tuition $225

Summer Camp Session C

Monday – Friday, 9:30am-11:30am
July 21 – August 1, 2014
Ages 4-5
Tuition $225

Summer Camp Session D
Monday – Friday, 9:30am-11:30am
August 4 – August 15, 2014
Ages 4-5
Tuition $225

Summer Camp Session E

Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm
August 18 – August 29, 2014
Ages 4-5
Tuition $225

Mason Gross School of the Arts

Christopher Kenniff, Director of the Extension Division
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
33 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone (Civic Square Building Office): 848-932-5241
Phone (Marryott Music Building Office #113): 732-932-8618
Fax 732-932-8794
E-mail: ckenniff@masongross.rutgers.edu
Website: http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/extension