Winter Break Camp

Thunderbird Arts Center Winter Break Camp

Enroll your youngster in our 5-day art adventure that will give your child the opportunity to explore their creativity while on Winter Break! Children will receive professional instruction in visual and performing arts, Monday through Friday. Lunch is not provided, please pack a shelf-stable lunch for your camper! Before and after care available.

Dates: December 30, 2019 -January 3, 2020 
 9:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday
Ages: 6-12
Early Bird Pricing: $209 (until November 29)
Regular Price: $230 (beginning November 30)
Before Care: 7:30am – 9:00pm ($35 per child)
After Care: 4:00pm – 5:30pm ($35 per child)

A sibling discount of $15 off per additional sibling is available upon request. To receive this discount, you must register in person or call 602-293-3267.
Before and after care available.
Lunch is not provided. Please pack a shelf-stable lunch for your camper.

Theme: Reuse it or we lost it!

Campers will be using non-perishable metal cans, plastic trash cans, and other reusable household items to explore how we can make music while being eco-friendly.

Visual Arts:
Campers will use common household items and recyclable materials to inspire their own ideas for creating sculptures, collages and 2D art works. The idea is to inspire creative ideas for using everyday objects. Campers will also be learning new techniques and using different materials each day, like colored pencils, watercolors, and acrylics, to learn more about what being eco-friendly means to each camper.

Campers will use their creative movements to express the four elements: earth, fire, air, and water. Each child will also have the opportunity to use recyclable materials to make their own props. Campers will learn to express their stories and ideas of eco-friendliness, recycling, and the four elements through hip-hop and movement.

Each camper will learn different theatre skills while using their experiences and personal stories to create an original performance. The performances will be based on what they’ve learned about what reusing materials means, and why it is important.

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