Phoenix Center for the Arts presents Fall Break Camp 2019: “Reuse It Or We Lose It.” This year’s camp features an eco-friendly focus. See below for a list of specific subjects covered.
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm, Mon-Fri
Early Bird Pricing: TBD
Regular Price: TBD
Before Care: TBD
After Care: TBD
Specific subjects covered in Fall Break Camp:
Eco-friendly Art: Campers will use common household items and recyclable materials to inspire their own ideas for creating sculptures, collages, and 2D art works. Campers will be utilizing colored pencils, watercolors, and acrylics.
Eco-friendly Dance: Campers will use their creative movements to express the 4 elements: earth, fire, air, and water. Campers will also have the opportunity to use recyclable materials to make their own props. Campers will be able to express their stories and ideas of eco-friendliness, recycling, and the 4 elements through hip-hop and movement.
Eco-friendly Drama: Campers will learn theatre skills while using their experiences and personal stories to create an original performance based on what they’ve learned about reusing materials, and why it is important.
Eco-friendly Music: 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.
A sibling discount of $15 off per additional sibling is available upon request. To receive this discount, you must register in person or call 602-254-3100.
Before and after care available.
Lunch is not provided. Please pack a shelf-stable lunch for your camper.
Note: Phoenix Center for the Arts is not a licensed child care facility under section 36-882
MEET THE INSTRUCTORS!
Visual Arts with Nik Ridley
Nik Ridley is a professional artist and instructor specializing in abstract (modern) art.
Creative Dance with Tiffany Velazquez
Tiffany Velazquez has been teaching in the arts for two years. Her development with movement began at the age of 10 at her first ballet class. Moving forward to now, her interest lay in movement research and exploration. She is excited to keep growing in the Phoenix art community.
Hip-hop with Brandon Simms
Brandon Simms is originally from NYC. He moves to New Jersey, Maryland Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and now Arizona. He graduated from Arizona State University with a GPA of 3.0. He has studied dance and martial arts since he was 5. He is also an actor, singer, musician and b-boy.
Visual Arts with Michelle Ponce
Michelle Ponce is a performance and visual artist from Puerto Rico and NYC. She has led, taught and produced cultural art events in Phoenix for over 10 years, focusing on community, culture, art and celebration.
Music with Israel Solomon
Israel Solomon is an educator, musician, teaching artist and first time father, He works with local school districts, some Montessori and public. Most of his work involves helping youth understand themselves and explore new experiences.
Drama with Ty Muhammad
Ty Muhammad is a transforming artistic collaborator for Rising Youth Theatre. She is currently working as a teaching artist at Rising Youth’s Create Academy and Glenview College Prepartory residencies. Her work reflects the fire in her heart; She is able to help the world.