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Youth Summer Program- Week 1- Environments!

Dates:July 1-3, 2024
Meets:M, Tu and W from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Location:25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media
Cost: $192.00

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Join us this summer for the WCC Youth Summer Program!

Morning: Stop Motion Animation

In this program, you will learn the basics of stop motion animation and storytelling!! At the end of this program, you will have built two clay or paper puppets and made two movies! The class will make a movie together and you will make a movie of your own! You will leave this class knowing how to build armatures for clay puppets and how to make a story come to life!

Each student will need a smartphone.

**Please bring lunch & snacks for this all day course.**

Afternoon: Art Experiments with Found Objects

Let's go on a hunt to find things that we can make into art! Did you know you can make drawings, paintings, or prints by combining things from around the house and nature? It's true! Artists have used found objects in artmaking for a long time, and we will check out their work and then go on a scavenger hunt to find fun materials! We will even turn those found objects into 3D sculptures, collages, and assemblages. Try new ways to look at things as art and experiment with creatively putting objects together. Go home with all kinds of art and art tools that you made from things that you found.

Students will do a scavenger hunt at home to gather materials to bring in.

This course is for youth ages 7-13.

This course is from 9am-3pm. WCC also provides an extended day option which will allow your child to stay in our care from 8:00am-9am, 3pm-5pm, or both. Pick up is flexible. Parents can pick their child up any time and drop them off anytime between the listed hours. For the extended day option please add the "extended day care" fee in your cart at checkout. Questions? Were happy to help! Please contact Worcester Center for Crafts at wccregistration@worcester.edu if you have any questions.

 

 

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Inclement Weather Policy

For information on the Craft Center's inclement weather cancellation policies, please visit our website's policy page. Students are encouraged to also check our homepage and our Facebook page for status updates and closure announcements.

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We may occasionally use photos of students in promotional materials. Enrollment in one of our courses is consent to WCC using photos/videos of your class participation and/or art work in future advertising. If you would prefer WCC to not use photos of yourself or your enrolled family member, please let us know by filling out the media release form located on our website, and submitting it to wccregistration@worcester.edu

If there is a photographer in your course/workshop, kindly remind them that you have withheld consent to be photographed. If WCC is using your photo in current marketing and you would prefer it not to be used, please let us know by emailing wccregistration@worcester.edu

Questions? Call us at 508.753.8183 X301

Fee: $192.00

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)Student Fee$ 192.00
Optional FeeExtended Day Care 8am-9am$ 60.00
Optional FeeExtended Day Care 3pm-5pm$ 120.00

25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media

Kate Egnaczak

Kate Egnaczak is a conceptual eco-artist. She grew up on a 68 farm in the Berkshires and brings that experience into her process as a maker. Her hybrid artistic approach practice is at the intersections of design thinking, sculptural methods, and anthropological fieldwork. Centering circularity as a guiding principle, Kate explores the complex interdependence of all life forms and waste. The most prominent example of this body of work is her multi-year durational exploration of the mere ponds of Elm Park in Worcester, MA. In this project, she found and collected trash and other debris from her paddle board. She considers the garbage she finds as treasured art-making materials. The materials are transformed and re-interpreted into sculptures and collages.

Liviah Yeaw

Liviah is an interdisciplinary artist focused on sustainability and humor! She loves color and pattern clashing and funky relaxed aesthetics. She makes textiles, animations, music, interior spaces, and more. She was born and raised in Rhode Island and recently graduated from RISD in Film & Animation.
Date Day Time Location
07/01/2024Monday9 AM to 3 PM 25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media
07/02/2024Tuesday9 AM to 3 PM 25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media
07/03/2024Wednesday9 AM to 3 PM 25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media