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1 Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design WINTER SUMMER ART CAMPS 2015

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome//Map Page 2 Summer Camp Information Page 3 Ages 4-6 Page 5 Ages 7-9 Pages 6-8 Scheduling Grid Pages Ages Pages 9, Ages Page15-16 Faculty Bios Page 17 Registration Form/Health Form Page 18 Registration Policies Page 19 Welcome to the Summer Art Camps for Ages 4 18 at Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design Our 2015 Summer Art Camp Program is packed with fun activities and creative art experiences for children and teens. Each camper will have a hot time in our cool, air conditioned studios learning techniques of clay, glass, graphics, metals, wearable art, textiles and more. There are 11 one-week half-day camps from June 1 through August 14, and campers staying all day are supervised during lunchtime. Before and after-care are available for an additional fee. Craft Alliance has two locations: 6640 Delmar Blvd in the Delmar Loop and 501 N Grand Blvd in the Kranzberg Arts Center in Grand Center. Our late afternoon Teen Camps meet for one week sessions, Monday through Friday, and are camps that allow ages to focus on creative techniques in metal, glass, and clay. Teens, ages 15-18, can be volunteer interns in the day camps and earn credits to participate in the teen camps. Visit our website, for more information on becoming a Summer Camp Teen Intern. Thank you for taking part in our 2015 Summer Art Camps. We are looking forward to a terrific summer experience with your child. Luanne Rimel Senior Director of Education Programs After you register: An informational packet will be ed to you. Return all required documents ONE WEEK PRIOR to the start of your child s camp. Parents, when arriving for camp on the first day: Please bring your camper into the building to help them find the correct studio and meet the instructor. Parents may stay for the first 30 minutes of the camp on the first day to meet the instructors and the other campers. Parents may not remain in the studios for the duration of the camp session. Parents, when picking up your child from camp: Please come into the building to pick up the younger camper. After-care parents will need to sign out the camper each day. Children under 11 are not allowed to leave the Delmar building without a parent. Multiple Camp Discount Sign your child up for 3 half-day camps and get the 4th camp at 25% off regular tuition. Plan your summer now! To receive this special discount, select any 4 camps and register for them at the same time that s 2 weeks of full day camps or 4 weeks of half day camps with special savings on tuition. Craft Family Members still receive a 10% discount on the other 3 camps and early registration opportunity. Don t delay, camps fill up fast! Delmar Blvd Craft Alliance Summer Art Camps are easy to reach from any location. Please see the map or visit our website for complete directions. Interstate Delmar Blvd University City, MO In the Delmar Loop Skinker Blvd Forest Park Pkwy Highway 40/64 N. Vandeventer Ave Olive St 501 N Grand Blvd St. Louis, MO In Grand Blvd

3 HOW TO REGISTER CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 Registration begins: February 17, 2015 for Craft Family Members of Craft Alliance (with a 10% discount) March 16, 2015 for Non-Members. Register on-line, by fax, mail or walk-in. Membership and registration details are located next to the registration form. Please read all Registration Policies and Procedures carefully before you register. NO telephone registrations. Craft Alliance Summer camps are fun and active. For safety, only close-toed shoes allowed, no sandals or crocs should be worn. Campers should dress for fun arts experiences and should bring a snack and a drink for each half day-camp, or snacks and lunch with a drink, if they are enrolled for a full day. Campers in the Glass Beads and Glass Explorations camps should dress in long cotton pants. Dates Summer camps are in session for a total of 11 weeks, one week half-day camps available. Each half-day camp meets for a full 3 hours. Put two together and spend the entire day being creative! Camp 1 - June 1-5 (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 2 - June 8-12 (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 3 - June (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 4 - June (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 5 - June 29-July 2* (4 days) Mon-Thur * No camp July 3 Camp 6 - July 6-10 (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 7 - July (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 8 - July (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 9 - July (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 10 - Aug 3-7 (1 week) Mon-Fri Camp 11 - Aug (1 week) Mon-Fri Spend the whole day at Craft Alliance! When you combine two half-day camps you get a supervised lunchtime for all-day campers! Tuition for Summer Studios One week half-day camp: $139 Craft Family Membership Tuition: $125 General Lab & Materials fee: $16 Glass & Metal Lab and Materials fee: $25 Camp 5 Tuition (June 29-July 2) Ages 7-14 full day camp: $222 Craft Family Membership Tuition: $200 General Lab & Materials fee: $25 Ages 4-6 half-day camp: $111 Craft Family Membership Tuition: $100 Lab and Materials Fee: $12 Teen Camps - Ages These late-day camps are especially designed for teens to learn creative skills in clay, glass and metal. Sessions meet from 4:00-5:45P Mon-Fri. Tuition: $88 Craft Family Member Tuition: $79 Lab and Materials fee: $20 Metal & Glass / $15 Others Camp 5 Tuition (June 29-July 2) Tuition: $70 Craft Family Membership Tuition: $63 Lab and Materials fee: $15 Metal & Glass / $10 Clay Times: Morning camps are from 9A 12P, afternoon camps meet from 12:45-3:45P. Teen Camps are from 4:00-5:45P. Lunch: There is a 45-minute supervised lunch time from 12P until 12:45P, free for full day campers, $15 per week for half-day campers. Students must bring their own lunch and drink. At the Delmar location only, full-day campers, ages 11-14, with parent s permission, may leave the Craft Alliance building for lunch. Before and After-Care: Before-care is available from 8:30 9A for $10 per week. After-care is available from 3:45-5:30P for $35 per week. Cost for both Before- and After-care is $45 per week. Class Size/Ages: Class sizes are kept small to provide the best camp experience. Enrollment is limited to 10 students per camp unless otherwise noted. Clay Pick-up: Because of longer drying and firing times, finished clay projects will be available two weeks following the last day of the camp session your child is enrolled in. The instructors will give specific times for pick-up. Craft Alliance will not be responsible for any work left after September 11, Parents: Our professional artist-instructors and teen interns will supervise children during all indoor and outdoor camp activities. If you have any questions, please call the Registrar at , ext Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships are available for camps. These are awarded on the basis of need. For further information and an application, please call the Registrar at , ext AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

4 High School Grand Arts Camp High school students entering grades 9-12 can join in for the 3rd summer of an exciting partnership between Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design and Saint Louis University Art Department. Students will spend two weeks immersed in the art world through the Grand Arts Camp. This urban-themed visual arts camp gives students the opportunity to work in the studios of both Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design in and Saint Louis University, in six different mediums. Week 1: In the Craft Alliance Studios for: Clay, Fiber, and Metal Week 2: In the studios at St. Louis University for: Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking The program culminates in an exhibition of the created works at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, and is enhanced by museum visits, an architectural tour and exposure to the arts in the Arts District. By experiencing the arts using all senses, students will be encouraged to create work in the studios that develops their art-making skills and explores the overall urban arts theme. Students will learn what it takes to prepare for a gallery showing while having their best summer yet! 9:00am-4:00pm s78308 M-F. July 20-31, 2015 Tuition: $500 (All materials included) Craft Alliance 501 N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO Saint Louis University One N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO Generously supported by: Be a Summer Teen Intern for Ages Teens between the ages of 15 and 18 are invited to apply for a limited number of volunteer assistant positions working with children s summer arts camps. Positions are available at both our Delmar Loop location and location. Teen Interns help with the Children s Art Camps and learn new skills while assisting our professional staff of instructors. Volunteers develop communication skills, build self confidence and gain knowledge about the arts and working with children. Credits can be earned toward one of the Teen Summer Camp sessions which meet from 4-5:45pm Monday-Friday. Each camp meets Monday through Friday for one week. Camp times are 9am to 12noon and 12:45pm to 3:45pm. Teen Interns will work with a camp both in the morning and afternoon. They will be responsible for assisting the instructor and the campers in their creations and activities. Come and join the fun at Craft Alliance! If you would like more information about our teen summer volunteer opportunities, or for an application, visit or call x325

5 AGES 4-6 CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 Up and Away It s a bird, it s a plane, it s a kite, it s a butterfly, it s a cloud, or it s even Superman! You will have fun exploring all the wonderful things that can be found in the sky, and then creating with paint, paper, polymer clay and more. See how far your imagination can fly! s50105 Camp 5 June 29-July 2* s50110 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s50101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s50108 Camp 8 July *No class July 3 Art Soup Add a pinch of imagination and a dash of fun materials and you have made art soup! Stir up all kinds of creative fun as you paint, print, sculpt, collage and experiment with art materials. Each day you will explore different media and ideas while learning new art making skills. s50202 Camp 2 June 8-12 s50204 Camp 4 June s50209 Camp 9 July s50211 Camp 11 Aug Mush and Gush Squeeze, squish, shape and sculpt imaginative forms as you experience the wonderful world of clay. Little hands will turn an ordinary lump of clay into permanent three-dimensional objects as they improve motor skills, learn basic properties of clay and explore their own creativity. s50301 Camp 1 June 1-5 s50306 Camp 6 July 6-10 s50309 Camp 9 July Animal Tracks Take an imaginary trip to the forests and jungles through stories and pictures and learn about animals large and small. Then create your own group of unusual creatures with clay as you explore forming, sculpting, and all the possibilities of this material. s50408 Camp 8 July s50402 Camp 2 June 8-12 s50410 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 Portrait Parlor Explore creating portraits with colorful paints, mosaics, collage and polymer clay. How do you want to look? In a funny hat, with a big bow in your hair, holding your pet? Anything goes in this fun painting and sculpture camp. s50506 Camp 6 July 6-10 s50505 Camp 5 June 29 July 2* *No camp July 3 Silly Me Smile Tiles Have fun creating your self portrait on colorful clay tiles. You will learn to paint with underglazes, add interesting textures to your piece and when it s fired in the kiln, you will have a series of colorful, smiling images of YOU on permanent ceramic tiles. s50607 Camp 7 July s50603 Camp 3 June s50611 Camp 11 Aug A Zoo for You Learn about the animals you see at the zoo and create your own zoo by sculpting with polymer clay, painting, drawing, and exploring collage and book arts. At the end of the week, it is a zoo for YOU! s50703 Camp 3 June s50704 Camp 4 June s50707 Camp 7 July AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

6 AGES 7-9 Expanded offerings for ages 9 and 10 Explore all the ways to have fun with clay without the use of the wheel. You will create mugs, bowls, sculptures and tiles using handbuilding processes such as coils, slabs, molds and pinch pots. Campers will decorate their work using clay tools and colorful underglazes. This is a great camp to explore all the possibilities of building with clay. s51102 Camp 2 June 8-12 s51103 Camp 3 June s51106 Camp 6 July 6-10 s51109 Camp 9 July s51111 Camp 11 Aug s51101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s51107 Camp 7 July s51108 Camp 8 July On & Off The Wheel Ages 7-10 Explore clay using both handbuilding and wheel throwing techniques. You will create mugs, bowls, sculptures and tiles using processes such as throwing on the wheel, coils, slabs, molds and pinch pots. Campers will decorate their work using clay tools and colorful underglazes. This is a great camp to explore all the possibilities of building with clay. s71102 Camp 2 June 8-12 s71103 Camp 3 June s71106 Camp 6 July 6-10 s71110 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s71111 Camp 11 Aug s71104 Camp 4 June Whether you are a beginner or experienced, you will gain new skills to help you throw forms on the potter s wheel. You will learn techniques from the basics of wedging the clay, to centering and forming cylinders, plates and bowls, as well as have fun with skill games and group activities. This camp allows you to experience the wheel as well as the process of firing and glazing. Projects will be fired and ready for pick-up two weeks after the last day of camp. s51201 Camp 1 June 1-5 s51204 Camp 4 June s51207 Camp 7 July s51208 Camp 8 July s51210 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s51211 Camp 11 Aug s51202 Camp 2 June 8-12 s51203 Camp 3 June s51206 Camp 6 July 6-10 s51209 Camp 9 July s71201 Camp 1 June 1-5 s71207 Camp 7 July s71209 Camp 9 July

7 Wet and Wild Textiles Anything goes in this fun art camp anything that involves water and fabric! From tie dyed scarves and T-shirts to fabric printing - learn how creative you can be with watery materials and cloth. Each day is a new activity so dress for mess and be ready to have a good time! s51303 Camp 3 June s51307 Camp 7 July s51301 Camp 1 June 1-5 s51306 Camp 6 July 6-10 s51309 Camp 9 July s71302 Camp 2 June 8-12 s71304 Camp 4 June s71306 Camp 6 July 6-10 s71307 Camp 7 July s71311 Camp 11 Aug Watercolor Wishes - Age 7-10 Watch the colors blend and travel across the paper as you learn to paint with watercolors. A variety of paint media and techniques will be used to create designs, landscapes, fantasy creatures, and anything you can imagine. Then create a personalized portfolio for all of your artwork. s51502 Camp 2 June 8-12 CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 Wooly Fiber Fun In this fun NEW camp you will explore wool fibers and how we make them do very different things. Wool fibers become mixed and felted when worked with water and soap so you will create colorful felted soaps, wet felt and stitched pieces, and even blended fibers called nuno felt. Get a little wet but have a lot of fun! s71310 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 It s a bird, it s a plane - it s a new twist on cartoon characters! Using pencils, markers, scanners and printers, you will learn how to develop cool characters and fun stories, and then create your own comic book. (Campers at Studios will use the Computer Lab; Campers at the Delmar location will use the all-in-one scanners and copiers.) s51408 Camp 8 July s51411 Camp 11 Aug Computer Art Learn how to scan photographs, combine and manipulate layers of images, and incorporate text to make original prints. Explore the world of digital art and Photoshop tricks as you experiment with color, collage, and layering of images to enhance your photos! s71504 Camp 4 June Photography and the Digital Studio Explore the art of photography with the digital darkroom. With a combination of camera generated images and graphic design software, you will learn to capture and enhance images and transfer them to functional objects such as T-shirts, magnets and bags. Learn fundamentals of photography and special effects using Adobe Photoshop while using photography to tell a story. Some prior computer experience and knowledge of digital photography helpful. Students welcome bring their own digital camera. s71611 Camp 11 Aug s71601 Camp 1 June 1-5 s71602 Camp 2 June 8-12 s71610 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 Printmaking From monotypes to block prints, explore a variety of methods and tools to create patterns and images on paper. You will learn about paints, inks, stamps and relief prints as you create multiple editions to share with family and friends. s71703 Camp 3 June Learn to work with metal without any torches and make unique copper jewelry including a pendant with your name stamped on it and copper cuff bracelet. Using special hammers and steel letter stamps, you will create wearable works of metal art! S71409 Camp 9 July s71403 Camp 3 June s71406 Camp 6 July 6-10 s71407 Camp 7 July s51802 Camp 2 June 8-12 s51810 Camp 10 Aug :85-3:45P s51804 Camp 4 Jun s51807 Camp 7 July s51811 Camp 11 Aug Polymer Clay Jewelry In this NEW camp, you will learn to create with polymer clay you can carve the, weave it, mold it, layer it, texture it, stamp it, and coil it to make one-of-a-kind jewelry. Anything goes! Polymer clay is a sculpting medium used by many artists and is soft and easily formed into shapes. It comes in a variety of colors that can be blended into many more colors. It is then baked to become permanently hard and wearable. s71901 Camp 1 June 1-5 s71902 Camp 2 June 8-12 s71907 Camp 7 July s71810 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s71804 Camp 4 June s71806 Camp 6 July 6-10 s71809 Camp 9 July s71811 Camp 11 Aug AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

8 AGES 7-9 Sculpturama Ages 7-10 Explore creating with different materials in this fun sculpture camp. Learn about 20th century artists such as Alexander Calder and Claus Oldenburg and let their work be an inspiration for your creations in paper, fibers, metals and found objects. s51910 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 City-Scapes- Age 7-10 In this fun architecture camp, you will learn to create building plans, city plans and landscapes in 2D and 3D. Make models both realistic and whimsical and even take part in planning a city no hard hat required! s52101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s52104 Camp 4 June s52108 Camp 8 July Polymer Clay Adventure From magnets to sculptures and beyond, explore all the things that you can create with colorful polymer clay. Learn to blend colors and shape animals and action figures, cover picture frames and containers, and more then bake it and it s done! s52206 Camp 6 July 6-10 s52203 Camp 3 June s72103 Camp 3 June s72209 Camp 9 July Quilt Crazy Age 7-10 Totally hand sewn quilting, no machine required! English paper piecing is a very basic, portable technique used to make small textiles. Learn to combine geometric shapes and fantastic fabrics using classic patterns from olden days. Explore the basics of quilting including designing blocks, coordinating fabrics, finishing an item, and of course, quilting and other decorative stitching. Then incorporate your handiwork into a pillow cover, small bag, wall hanging, or whatever else you can dream up. s52404 Camp 4 June s52409 Camp 9 July Day Holiday Camp June 29 July 2 (No camp July 3) All-day camp for ages 7-9. In this four-day experience, you will have the opportunity to explore a variety of creative activities in a workshop format. Children are grouped by staff. Please note on the registration form if you would like your child grouped with a friend. Before- and after-care available. Mon-Tue 9-12N First workshop 12-12:45P Supervised Lunch Second workshop Wed-Thu 9-12N Third workshop 12-12:45P Supervised Lunch Fourth workshop Delmar Loop campers will explore Wheel Throwing, Fiber Fun, Glass Mosaics and. 9A-3:45P 4 Day: M-Th s52605 Camp 5 June 29-July 2* *No camp Friday, July 3 Glass Mosaics Using tiles, bits of glass, marbles and found objects you will explore the ancient art of mosaics. Learn mosaic design, tile-cutting, and application techniques as you create 2 and 3 dimensional forms covered with colorful bits of glass. campers will explore Wheel Throwing,, Fiber Fun and Computer Art. 9A-3:45P 4 Day: M-Th s72605 Camp 5 June 29-July 2* *No camp Friday, July 3 s52310 Camp 10 Aug

9 AGES CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 Expanded offerings for ages 9 and 10 Whether you are a beginner or experienced, you will gain new skills to throw clay forms on the potter s wheel. Learn techniques from the basics of wedging the clay, to centering and forming cylinders, plates and bowls, as well as have fun with skill games and group activities. Projects will be fired and ready for pick-up two weeks after the last day of camp. s54102 Camp 2 June 8-12 s54103 Camp 3 June s54106 Camp 6 July 6-10 s54109 Camp 9 July s54101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s54104 Camp 4 June s54107 Camp 7 July s54108 Camp 8 July s54110 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s54111 Camp 11 Aug On & Off the Wheel Explore combining the pottery wheel and handbuilding as you create functional forms and large sculptures in clay with processes such as throwing, coils, slabs, molds and pinch pots. Campers decorate their work using clay tools and colorful underglazes. This is a great camp to explore all the possibilities of building with clay. s74201 Camp 1 June 1-5 s74203 Camp 3 June s74206 Camp 6 July 6-10 s74210 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s74211 Camp 11 Aug s74104 Camp 4 June s74102 Camp 2 June 8-12 s74107 Camp 7 July s74109 Camp 9 July Camps begin June 1 Members Registration: February 17 Open Registration: March 16 Before the invention of the pottery wheel, clay forms were created with hand forming processes. You will create functional forms and large sculptures in clay using techniques such as coils, slabs, molds and pinch pots and then decorate your work using colorful underglazes. This is a great camp to explore all the possibilities of building with clay. s54204 Camp 4 June s54210 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 Wet and Wild Textiles Anything goes in this fun art camp anything that involves water and fabric! From tie dyed scarves and T-shirts to fabric printing - learn how creative you can be with watery materials and cloth. Each day is a new activity so dress for mess and be ready to have a good time! s54310 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s54303 Camp 3 June s54304 Camp 4 June s54311 Camp 11 Aug s74311 Camp 11 Aug s74302 Camp 2 June 8-12 s74307 Camp 7 July AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

10 DELMAR LOOP How to use the Summer Planner Grid: The Craft Alliance Delmar Loop location, 6640 Delmar Blvd., offers 11 weeks of half-day camps for ages 4-14 and 11 weeks of late afternoon Teen Camps. There are multiple morning and afternoon options to choose from for ages 7 and up. Ages 4-6 have one morning and one afternoon option. All details and descriptions for each camp are found on the pages of the catalog. Your child can stay all day by selecting one morning and one afternoon option. See page 3 for more details. Camp 1 June 1-5 Camp 2 June 8-12 Camp 3 June Camp 4 June Camp 5 June 29-July 2* *No camp July 3 Camp 6 July 6-10 Camp 7 July Camp 8 July Camp 9 July Camp 10 August 3-7 Camp 11 August Age noon Age Time Mush & Gush Art Soup A Zoo for You Art Soup Up & Away Portrait Parlor Up & Away Animal Tracks Silly Me Smile Tiles Silly Me Smile Tiles Animal Tracks Art Soup Up & Away Art Soup A Zoo for You Portrait Parlor Mush & Gush A Zoo for You Up & Away Mush & Gush Animal Tracks Sily Me Smile Tiles Age noon 12:45-3:45 City Scapes (7-10) Watercolor Wishes (7-10) Polymer Clay Adventure Quilt Crazy (7-10) City Scapes (7-10) Holiday Special: all day camp in,, Metal Mania and Glass Mosaics Polymer Class Adventure (7-10) City Scapes (7-10) Quilt Crazy (7-10) Glass Mosaics Sculpturama (7-10) (7-10) Age noon 12:45-3:45 Glass Explorations Glass Beads Glass Beads Quilt Crazy Torch Flamed Glass Glass Beads Glass Beads Glass Explorations City Scapes Glass Beads Quilt Crazy Glass Beads Glass Beads Torch Flamed Glass Glass Explorations 12:45-3:45 Glass Explorations Glass Mosiacs Weaving Glass Beads Glass Mosaics Watercolor Wishes (9-14) Torched Flamed Glass Weaving Glass Mosaics Weaving Glass Beads Metal Works On the Wheel Torched Flamed Glass Metal Works On the Wheel Metal Works On the Wheel On the Wheel On the Wheel Metal Works On the Wheel Torched Flamed Glass Metal Works On the Wheel Age :00 5:45

11 GRAND CENTER How to use the Summer Planner Grid: The Craft Alliance location, 501 N. Grand Blvd. offers 9 weeks of half-day camps for ages 7-14, 3 weeks of late afternoon Teen Camps, and a two week Grand Arts Camp presented by Craft Alliance and Saint Louis University. Morning and afternoon options to choose from. All details and descriptions for each camp are found on the pages of the catalog. Your child can stay all day by selecting one morning and one afternoon option. See page 3 for more details. Camp 1 June 1-5 Camp 2 June 8-12 Camp 3 June Camp 4 June Camp 5 June 29-July 2* *No camp July 3 Camp 6 July 6-10 Camp 7 July Camp 8 July Camp 9 July Camp 10 August 3-7 Camp 11 August Age noon Age Time Photography in the Digital Studio Polymer Clay Jewelry On & Off the Wheel (7-10) Photography in the Digital Studio Polymer Clay Jewelry On & Off the Wheel (7-10) Printmaking City Scapes (7-10) Computer Art On & Off the Wheel (7-10) Holiday Special: all day camp in, Computer Art and Polymer Clay Adventure On & Off the Wheel (7-10) Polymer Clay Jewelry Grand Arts Camp Craft Alliance with Saint Louis University Polymer Clay Adventure On and Off the Wheel (7-10) Photography in the Digital Studio Wooly Fiber Fun (7-10) On and Off the Wheel (7-10) Photography in the Digital Studio Age noon 12:45-3:45 Photography in the Digital Studio On & Off the Wheel Knitting Fun (9-14) Photography in the Digital Studio On & Off the Wheel Computer Art (9-14) Wooly Fiber Fun (9-14) On & Off the Wheel Knitting Fun (9-14) Computer Art (9-14) Polymer Clay Jewelry City Scapes Photography in the Digital Studio Wooly Fiber Fun On & Off the Wheel On & Off the Wheel Photography in the Digital Studio Ages :45 12:45 3:45 On the Wheel Metal Works Multiple Camp Discount Sign your child up at either location for 3 half-day camps and get the 4th camp at 25% off regular tuition. Plan your summer now! To receive this special discount, select any 4 camps and register for them at the same time that s 2 weeks of full day camps or 4 weeks of half day camps with special savings on tuition. Craft Family Members still receive a 10%discount on the other 3 camps and early registration opportunity. Don t delay, camps fill up fast! CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

12 AGES Wooly Fiber Fun In this fun NEW camp you will explore wool fibers and how we make them do very different things. Wool fibers become mixed and felted when worked with water and soap so you will create colorful felted soaps, wet felt and stitched pieces, and even blended fibers called nuno felt. Get a little wet but have a lot of fun! s74410 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s74404 Camp 4 June Knitting Fun Ages 9-14 Both boys and girls can learn to knit or expand on their knitting skills. Experience all of the different things you can do with yarn and knitting needles! Learn to cast-on, knit and purl and follow basic patterns to make fun accessories for your everyday life such as gauntlets (fingerless gloves) felted electronics holder/case and more. s74501 Camp 1 June 1-5 s74506 Camp 6 July 6-10 Weaving Using a small frame loom and an assortment of colorful yarns, you will explore the basic techniques used in tapestry weaving to create a woven textile. Learn about this ancient craft from around the world including the Navaho rug weavers, African strip cloth weavers and Columbian blackstrap weavers as you create your own projects. s54406 Camp 6 July 6-10 s54409 Camp 9 July s54410 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 Quilt Crazy - English Paper Piecing Totally hand sewn quilting, no machine required! English paper piecing is a very basic, portable technique used to make small items like coasters and placemats up to full size quilts. Learn to combine geometric shapes and fantastic fabrics to design your own patterns, or use tried and true patterns from olden days. Explore the basics of quilting including designing blocks, coordinating fabrics, finishing an item, and of course, quilting and other decorative stitching. Then incorporate your handiwork into a pillow cover, small bag, wall hanging, or whatever else you can dream up. s54608 Camp 8 July s54602 Camp 2 June 8-12 Watercolor Wishes - Ages 9-14 Watch the colors blend and travel across the paper as you learn to paint with watercolors. A variety of paint media and techniques will be used to create designs, landscapes, fantasy creatures, and anything you can imagine. Then create a personalized portfolio for all of your artwork. s54507 Camp 7 July City-Scapes In this fun architecture camp, you will learn to create building plans, city plans and landscapes in 2D and 3D. Make models both realistic and whimsical and even take part in planning a city no hard hat required! s54707 Camp 7 July s74709 Camp 9 July Camps begin June 1 Members Registration: February 17 Open Registration: March

13 AGES CAMP INFO Glass Beads - Delmar Only In this camp, you will experience a variety of flameworking techniques used to make unique and colorful glass beads. Learn to work with the torch, melt glass and even string your beads into a bracelet or necklace. No prior experience is required. s55102 Camp 2 June 8-12 s55103 Camp 3 June s55104 Camp 4 June s55107 Camp 7 July s55108 Camp 8 July s55109 Camp 9 July Glass Explorations - Delmar Only You will have fun exploring ALL the basics of hot glass techniques including fused glass, colorful beads and mosaics. See pieces melted and formed into colorful shapes and combinations for functional or decorative glassware. No prior experience is necessary. s55201 Camp 1 June 1-5 s55206 Camp 6 July 6-10 s55211 Camp 11 Aug Torch Flamed Glass - Delmar Only In this camp, you will experience a variety of flameworking techniques to make small sculptures and beads from colorful glass rods. Learn to work with the torch and melt glass to create three dimensional glass objects. No prior experience is required. s55310 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 Glass Mosaics - Delmar Only Using tiles, bits of glass, marbles and found objects you will explore the ancient art of mosaics. Learn mosaic design, tile-cutting, and application techniques as you create 2 and 3 dimensional forms covered with colorful bits of glass. s55404 Camp 4 June s55407 Camp 7 July s55409 Camp 9 July s55101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s55106 Camp 6 July 6-10 s55111 Camp 11 Aug s55203 Camp 3 June s55302 Camp 2 June 8-12 s55308 Camp 8 July Learn to harness the power of fire in our metals studio! You will learn to use the molten metal casting techniques of cuttlebone, water, and broom straw casting to create small objects from copper and brass. Get ready to fire up the torch and use soldering techniques to fabricate sculptures and jewelry to wear. s55501 Camp 1 June 1-5 s55504 Camp 4 June s55507 Camp 7 July s55508 Camp 8 July s55502 Camp 2 June 8-12 s55503 Camp 3 June s55506 Camp 6 July 6-10 s55509 Camp 9 July Explore all of the tools and techniques to shape flat sheets of copper and brass into three-dimensional forms. Explore cutting, piercing, riveting and soldering as you form jewelry and objects from metal and found materials. s55603 Camp 3 June s55606 Camp 6 July 6-10 s55609 Camp 9 July s55611 Camp 11 Aug s55601 Camp 1 June 1-5 s55608 Camp 8 July s55610 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 Polymer Clay Jewelry In this NEW camp, you will learn to create with polymer clay you can carve it, weave it, mold it, layer it, texture it, stamp it, and coil it to make one-of-a-kind jewelry. Anything goes! Polymer clay is a sculpting medium used by many artists and is soft and easily formed into shapes. It comes in a variety of colors that can be blended into many more colors. It is then baked to become permanently hard and wearable. s75707 Camp 7 July s75501 Camp 1 June 1-5 s75502 Camp 2 June 8-12 s75504 Camp 4 June 2-26 s75506 Camp 6 July 6-10 s75509 Camp 9 July s75511 Camp 11 Aug s75503 Camp 3 June s75603 Camp 3 June s75610 Camp 10 Aug AGES 4-6 AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

14 AGES Photography and the Digital Studio Explore the art of photography with the digital darkroom. With a combination of camera generated images and graphic design software, you will learn to capture and enhance images and transfer them to functional objects such as T-shirts, magnets and bags. Learn fundamentals of photography and special effects using Adobe Photoshop while using photography to tell a story. Some prior computer experience and knowledge of digital photography helpful. Students welcome bring their own digital camera. s76101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s76102 Camp 2 June 8-12 s76110 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 s76111 Camp 11 Aug It s a bird, it s a plane - it s a new twist on cartoon characters! Using pencils, markers, scanners and printers, you will learn how to develop cool characters and fun stories, and then create your own comic book. (Campers at Studios will use the Computer Lab; Campers at the Delmar location will use the all-in-one scanners and copiers.) s55801 Camp 1 June 1-5 s55802 Camp 2 June 8-12 s55811 Camp 11 Aug s75803 Camp 3 June 8-12 s75806 Camp 6 July 6-10 s75809 Camp 9 July Computer Art Age 9-14 Learn how to scan photographs, combine and manipulate layers of images, and incorporate text to make original prints. Explore the world of digital art and Photoshop tricks as you experiment with color, collage, and layering of images to enhance your photos! s75907 Camp 7 July s75904 Camp 4 June Become A Craft Family Member Today! Become a Craft Family member today for $75 and receive a 10% discount on camps, plus early registration. Your membership is good at both our Delmar Loop and locations! Members Registration: February 17 Open Registration: March Day Holiday Camp June 29-July 2 (No camp July 3) All-day camp for ages In this four-day experience, you will have the opportunity to explore a variety of creative activities in a workshop format. Children are grouped by staff. Please note on the registration form if you would like your child grouped with a friend. Before- and after-care available. Mon-Tue 9-12N First workshop 12-12:45P Supervised Lunch Second workshop Wed-Thu 9-12N Third workshop 12-12:45P Supervised Lunch Fourth workshop Delmar Loop campers will explore Wheel Throwing,, Glass Mosaics and. 9A-3:45P 4 Day: M-Th s56505 Camp 5 June 27-July2* *No camp Friday, July 3 campers will explore Wheel Throwing,, Polymer Clay and Computer Art. 9A-3:45P 4 Day: M-Th s76505 Camp 5 June 27-July2* *No camp Friday, July 3

15 AGES CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 Grand Arts Camp High school students entering grades 9-12 can join in for the 3rd summer of an exciting partnership between Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design and Saint Louis University Art Department.. Students will spend two weeks immersed in the art world through the Grand Arts Camp. This urban-themed visual arts camp gives students the opportunity to work in the studios of both Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design in and Saint Louis University, in six different mediums. Week 1, students will be in the Craft Alliance Studios for: Clay, Fiber, and Metal Week 2, they will be in the studios at St. Louis University for: Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking The program culminates in an exhibition of the created works at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, and is enhanced by museum visits, an architectural tour and exposure to the arts in the Arts District. By experiencing the arts using all senses, students will be encouraged to create work in the studios that develops their art-making skills and explores the overall urban arts theme. Students will learn what it takes to prepare for a gallery showing while having their best summer yet! Craft Alliance 501 N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO Saint Louis University One N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO :00am-4:00pm s78308 M-F. July 20-31, 2015 Tuition: $500 (All materials included) Visit to register Teen Camps - Ages Delmar Loop & locations This is a series of camps especially designed for teens to learn creative skills in the craft media. Sessions meet from 4:00-5:45P Monday through Friday. Tuition: $88 Members: $79 Lab and Materials Fee: $25 Metal & Glass / $15 Clay *Camp 5 Tuition: $70 Members: $63 Lab and Materials Fee: $15 Metal & Glass / $10 Clay Metal Works Learn to use tools and techniques to shape flat sheets of copper, brass and silver into three-dimensional forms. You will learn about cutting, piercing and soldering as you form jewelry and objects from metal and found materials. 4-5:45P s58101 Camp 1 June 1-5 s58103 Camp 3 June s58105 Camp 5 June 29-July 2* s58107 Camp 7 July s58109 Camp 9 Aug 3-7 *No camp July 3 4-5:45P S75104 Camp 4 June AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

16 AGES On the Wheel Learn the basic techniques of creating objects on the potter s wheel. Skills covered include wedging, centering, forming cylinders, bowls, cups and vessels, as well as glazing and firing techniques. For beginners or experienced students. Finished works are available for pick-up two weeks after the last class. 4-5:45P s58201 Camp 1 June 1-5 s58204 Camp 4 June s58205 Camp 5 June 29-July 2* s58206 Camp 6 July 6-10 s58207 Camp 7 July s58208 Camp 8 July s58210 Camp 10 Aug 3-7 *No camp July 3 4-5:45P s78202 Camp 2 June 8-12 Torch Flamed Glass In this camp, you will experience a variety of flameworking techniques to make small sculptures and beads from colorful glass rods. Learn to work with the torch and melt glass to create three dimensional glass objects. No prior experience is required. 4-5:45P s58302 Camp 2 June 8-12 s58308 Camp 8 July Before the invention of the pottery wheel, clay forms were created with hand forming processes. You will create functional forms and large sculptures in clay using techniques such as coils, slabs, molds and pinch pots. You will also learn about firing and glazing. Finished works are available for pick-up two weeks after the last class. 4-5:45P s58403 Camp 3 June s58411 Camp 11 Aug I really hope I can be a summer teen intern again - I loved every minute of this year, and it was even better than last year! - Teen Intern Be a Summer Teen Intern for Ages Teens between the ages of 15 and 18 are invited to apply for a limited number of volunteer assistant positions working with children s summer arts camps. Positions are available at both our Delmar Loop location and location. Teen Interns help with the Children s Art Camps and learn new skills while assisting our professional staff of instructors. Volunteers develop communication skills, build self confidence and gain knowledge about the arts and working with children. Credits can be earned toward one of the Teen Summer Camp sessions which meet from 4-5:45pm Monday-Friday. Each camp meets Monday through Friday for one week. Camp times are 9am to 12noon and 12:45pm to 3:45pm. Teen Interns will work with a camp both in the morning and afternoon. They will be responsible for assisting the instructor and the campers in their creations and activities. Come and join the fun at Craft Alliance! If you would like more information about our teen summer volunteer opportunities, or for an application, visit or call x

17 FACULTY BIOGRAPHIES CAMP INFO Andrew Denney earned an MFA from the RIT School for American Crafts. He apprenticed with the Ohi Chozaemon family in Japan and his ceramics have appeared in several national and international exhibitions. Jacob Francois has an MFA form the University of Nebraska and a BFA form Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. Recently he was the Sculpture Artist in Residence at Pratt Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Utica, New York. Michele Katz-Reichlin has exhibited her found object and ceramic sculpture locally and regionally since Michelle holds a BA from the University of Michigan and an MSW from Washington University. Yvette Lane is working on a degree in Ceramics from St. Louis Community College, Meramec Campus. She has experience working with children and art projects in many local community programs. Kevin Lin received his MFA from SIU, Edwardsville in metalsmithing. He is an instructor at a local college and has exhibited both locally and internationally. Noël Leicht is a studio metals artist and writer creating narrative jewelry. She has studied with a variety of artists at Arrowmont School for Arts and Crafts and exhibits her work in shows around the St. Louis area. Andrea Linskey attended Truman State University for a BA and MAE. She has been working in clay for seven years and most enjoys making thrown and altered functional vessels. Denise Mandel has been teaching weaving at Craft Alliance for 25 years. She earned her BFA at Kansas City Art Institute and has produced an instructional video entitled, Creating a Weaving Canvas. Cathy McBride is a fiber artist with a BS in Art Education. She began learning about Shibori in classes at Craft Alliance and has studied with Yoshiko Wada and Ana Lisa Hedstrom. Norleen Nosri is the Ceramics Artist-in-Residence and received her MFA in Ceramics from the University of Columbia. She has taught all levels of pottery classes to children and adults. Norleen works as a studio artists and exhibits her work nationally. Nicole Ottwell has an MFA in Fibers from the University of Missouri, Columbia. She exhibits her fiber work regionally and currently teaches fibers at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO. Michael Parrett has an MFA from SIU, Edwardsville and was the 2009/10 metal artist in residence at CA. He has been active in the St. Louis art community, president of the Wagner Association of Metalsmiths and an active member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths. Audrey Peck was the 2014 Metals Artist-in Residence at Craft Alliance in. She has a n MFA for East Carolina University and a BFA form Oklahoma State. Mementos collected from nature inspire and are included in her work. Will Rimel received a BFA from SIU Edwardsville with a focus on Ceramics. He has won several awards for his sculptural hand built clay work and exhibits his work locally and nationally. Shweta Sarraf completed the Textile Design Program from the National Institute of Fashion Design in Rajasthan, India. She has experience teaching children both traditional and contemporary dye techniques and other art methods. Katrina Shannon has a BA from Saint Louis University with specialization in Photography and Multimedia. She has more than 10 years of experience working with youth and developing programs on storytelling through the lens of the camera. Nancy Spence received her BS in Art Education MA in Art Therapy from SIUE. Through her teaching, she tries to instill in her students a sense of adventure to experiment with the materials, and the freedom to find their own unique styles. Pam Stanley received an MFA from Louisiana State University and a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute. Stanley has taught both children and adults all aspects of working with clay and her work has been exhibited throughout the country. Malaika Tolford has a BA in Art History from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She works with both children and adults in handbuilding and wheel thrown clay. Patrick Tuller has a BA in Commercial Art from SMS in Cape Girardeau, MO. He has an extensive background in comics and graphic design and is a freelance artist for Image Comics and Antarctic Press. Janice Wallace has BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute. Her work appeared in the International Print Exchange at the Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. Tom Wiggins has a BFA from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. He has been a recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship and an NEA/NEFA Artist. Tom teaches both children and adult clay classes at Craft Alliance. Become a Craft Family Member today for $75 and receive: 10% off studio classes, camps and workshops for the entire family Early registration for Camps 10% off in the Delmar Gallery Shop Members Registration begins February 17! 17 AGES 4-6 AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

18 Student Name Registration Form Address City Zip Home Phone Cell Business Date of Birth (if child) / / Age Gender (please circle): M / F ARE YOU A MEMBER? YES NO Class Number Class Title Dates Day Time Tuition Mem/Non Mem Materials Fee Total SUMMER CAMPS ONLY: BEFORE CARE AFTER CARE SUPERVISED LUNCH Paid By: Cash Check MC or Visa Debit Card Other Date Paid: CVC Code: Card # Exp. Date / Office Use Only QUESTIONS? PLEASE CALL Proc'd By Pymnt Proc'd REGISTRAR AT In Binder In Dbase On-line Conf Sent TUITION & MATERIALS FEE CAMP BEFORE/LUNCH/AFTER CARE FEE NEW / RE-NEWED MEMBERSHIP (office use only) OTHER DISCOUNT TOTAL PAYMENT RELEASE: I hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Craft Alliance (CA) and its employees against any and all claims for personal injuries or damages of any kind arising from participation in CA s programs. Further, I authorize CA staff and faculty to seek emergency medical help if this becomes necessary. I realize that every effort will be made by CA staff to contact the emergency contact person in the event of a medical emergency, and I agree to indemnify and hold harmless CA personnel in seeking medical care for me or my child. I also agree that CA may use my (or my child s) photograph in the promotion of its programs. RECEIPT OF POLICIES: I agree that I have received and read the Registration Policies and Procedures thoroughly. I understand that these policies are subject to change. SIGNATURE: DATE / / (Registration is not complete without a signature) Where did you hear about us? Friend Newspaper Magazine Radio Internet Other Parent / Guardian / Emergency Contact INFORMATION: Parent / Guardian / Emergency Contact Name Relationship to Student(s) Address (if different from student) City Zip Home Phone Business Phone Cell Phone STUDENT HEALTH INFORMATION (for students under 18): Physician Name Physician Phone Allergies Special Needs Medications Complete and return page with full payment to Delmar Loop 6640 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis MO Fax: N Grand Blvd. St. Louis MO Fax: or register online at

19 Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design has 2 registration periods. Early registration for members and open registration for the general public. Membership is not a requirement to take classes or camps. REGISTRATION BEGINS FOR SUMMER CAMPS: Members: February 17, 2015 Non-Members: March 16, 2015 Registration is taken in the order they are received. Register early; class sizes are limited. Waiting lists are made for all classes that fill. Full payment must accompany registration. Members of Craft Alliance receive discounts on class, camp and workshop tuition. See Camp Pricing on Page 3. FOUR EASY WAYS TO REGISTER. On-Line Registration: At On-line registration available up to 3 days prior to the beginning of a class or camp. Call for more information after that time. In Person: Delmar Education office is open 9:00-5:00, Monday - Friday. Cash, check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard or Visa) accepted. By Fax: Fax Completed registration form and credit card number and expiration date required. By Mail: Include completed registration form with check or money order for tuition and fees, or complete credit card information. A $25 fee assessed for returned checks. No telephone registrations will be accepted for Camps. Confirmation Policy: You will receive confirmation of enrollment by mail or . REGISTRATION POLICIES & PROCEDURES Cancellation Policy: Craft Alliance reserves the right to cancel, combine, or reschedule classes or camps to adjust for enrollment. If Craft Alliance cancels a class or camp, you may transfer to another class or camp or receive a full refund. Withdrawal and Refund Policy A $25 withdrawal fee will be charged per class, workshop or camp. Notice of withdrawal must be made in writing and received at least 14 days prior to the start of a class, or 3 weeks prior to the beginning of a workshop. No refunds will be given for withdrawals made after that time. Non-attendance to class, telephone or other verbal communication is not considered an official notice of withdrawal. No refunds or credits for missed classes due to illness, personal conflict or other reasons. The schedules do not allow for students to make up missed classes. Policy for Private Lessons: No refunds/credits for failure to attend scheduled private lesson. Rescheduling may be possible if notification is made least 24 hours ahead of the lesson and teacher is available. Tuition refunds available, minus $25 processing fee, if withdrawal is made at least 10 days in advance. Tuition/Materials & Lab Fee: Tuition includes instruction for one camp per session. Materials & Lab fees include the cost of general supplies used by students, tools, studio equipment maintenance and materials purchased for projects. Some classes have additional list of required supplies. Tools and materials belonging to Craft Alliance may not be removed from the studio. Craft Alliance cannot be responsible for lost or stolen tools or supplies. Studio Policies: * Craft Alliance does not allow pets or firearms in the building. * Only currently enrolled students may attend classes or camps. * Parents are welcome to visit but may not attend children s camps or classes. * CA reserves the right to refuse continued enrollment to disruptive students. Studio Telephones: The telephones located in the studios are for emergency and general use. Delmar Loop Clay Studio: ext. 335 Upstairs Studio: ext Clay Studio: ext. 304 Metals Studio: ext. 305 Fiber Studio: ext. 306 Graphics Studio: ext. 307 MISSION STATEMENT Craft Alliance provides inspiration and education in contemporary craft to a national community of artists, collectors, students and the art-viewing public. CRAFT ALLIANCE STAFF Executive Director, Boo McLoughlin Director of Development & Communications, Jackie Chambers Director of Education Programs, Luanne Rimel Director of Exhibitions, Stefanie Kirkland Retail Gallery Manager and Buyer, Angie Villa Finance Manager, Chris McCarthy Finance Consultant, Beth Causey Studios Manager, Dan Barnett Outreach Manager, Robert Longyear IT Specialist, Katie Gibbons Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator, Katy Peace Development Assistant, Megan Eyssell Delmar Registrar, Janet Weinberg Registrar, Danielle McCoy Senior Gallery Associate, Miriam Wiegand Gallery Associate, Jennifer Toje CRAFT ALLIANCE CONTACT INFORMATION DELMAR LOOP 6640 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, MO FAX: Office Front Desk: Ext 325; Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm Gallery Front Desk: Ext 322; Delmar Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 10am - 5pm; Friday & Saturday 10am - 6pm; Sunday 11am - 5pm; Closed Monday GRAND CENTER 501 N. Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, MO FAX: Office Front Desk: Ext 302; Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm Become a Craft Family member today for $75 and receive a 10% discount on camps, plus early registration. Your membership is good at both our Delmar Loop and locations! CAMP INFO AGES 4-6 AGES 7-9 AGES GRID AGES BIOGRAPHIES REGISTRATION POLICIES

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