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If your child longs for more hands-on art experiences, the Art Camps offer the luxury of time, materials, and instruction to guide the creative mind and spirit.  

Four separate camps are offered.  Register your child for 1,2,3 or all 4 camps.

Instructor: Liz Demas, WCS Art Teacher
     Bio: Liz has a degree in Fine Art and has taught at WCS for 35 years, the last 2 years teaching Visual Arts.

 
CAMPS:

   Bookarts & Painting
      Create beautiful, useful book structures: sew a sketchbook, a nature journal, and a real hardcover book. Interested campers may create an altered book using collage, paint, stamping, folding, sewing, cutting, gluing, drawing, and coloring to transform the original binding. Painting techniques will also be offered: marbleized paper, watercolor, tempera, and acrylic on various surfaces from a tiny canvas and mini easel to larger canvas boards.

   Woodland Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes, plus mini- furniture sculpture
      Build a magical deep woods dwelling using all natural materials: stones, birch bark, wood, plants, moss, shells, and sticks. Create furniture and accessories for the enchanting little characters you will also make to inhabit your house. Author a story about the character’s adventures in a handmade book. This camp stimulates wonderful extensions at home for endless hours of creative and imaginative play! Start gathering pinecones, branches, and stones from your walks in the woods.

   Mudflat City: 3 types of CLAY
      We will roll, coil, pinch and slip low fire clay into monsters, tiles, story pots, robots, lighthouses, and beautiful clay leaves shaped into bowls. These projects will dry and be fired, and campers will return to glaze their pieces on July 18. Air dry clay will be offered to make a beautiful Chinese garden. Polymer clay such as “Sculpy” will be used to make small sculptures and cool beads for jewelry.

   Mosaic Mirrors and Sculpture
      Design a project using the ancient decorative art of mosaic tile work on a wooden frame. Create patterns using colored glass and ceramic tiles set with mastic glue and then use grout to produce a professional finish! Additional sculpture projects include a small wooden box, picture frame, and “Sculpy” and wire art.


Camp Notes
  • Final Balance for all camps must be paid in full by June 10, 2022, if you choose the Off-line Payment Option
  • Important Information for Enrichment Camps - See links below
  • These camps have Early Drop-off & Late Pick-up Options

Camp Registration
  • Registration for the Enrichment Camps is done online and there are two payment options at Checkout.
  • 1. ONLINE PAYMENT OPTION- is with a credit card (A convenience fee of 3.5 % is added). Using this option your balance is paid in full at the time of payment and your child is enrolled in the camps that you have chosen.
  • 2. OFFLINE PAYMENT OPTION- is dropping off a check or cash with the pre-registration form that is generated and emailed to you after registration is complete. You can use the option to pay the deposits- $25 per child, per camp, per sessions. NOTE: Your child is not enrolled until the proper amount check or cash is received and processed.
  • Final balance for all camps is due on the June date above if you choose the Offline Payment Option. Your balance can be paid down by sending in regular payments prior to the due date.
  • After the June date above- Camp Registrations must be paid in full at the time of registration. Deposits are no longer accepted after the final payment due date in June.
  • The Offline Payment Option closes on the June date above, so all registrations, with a check or cash payment, after this date must be done at the Rec. Office.
  • Registration Deadline: registration closes the Thursday prior to that start date of each camp. Fridays are for preparing lists for the next week of camps.
  • Please create a household account prior to coming in if you don't have one already.
  • If a camp is Full, you can get on the Wait List by registering and using the Online payment Option. There is No fee for the waiting list.
  • Don't Wait! Register Early! (Camps fill fast).

Register Activity Ages Grades Days Date/Time Fees
 
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Bookarts & Painting 
6 - 14 N/A MTuWThF  06/27/2022 - 07/01/2022
08:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Williston Central School - Art Room
$175.00 Res, $190.00 Non-Res
0 seat(s) available
 
  Registration Unavailable
View Registration Eligibility
**Bookart/Paint-(Early Drop-off Option) 
6 - 14 N/A MTuWThF  06/27/2022 - 07/01/2022
08:00 AM - 08:30 AM

Williston Central School
$5.00 Res, $10.00 Non-Res
10 seat(s) available
 
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Fairy/Gnome Houses 
6 - 14 N/A MTuWThF  06/27/2022 - 07/01/2022
01:00 PM - 04:30 PM

Williston Central School - Art Room
$175.00 Res, $190.00 Non-Res
0 seat(s) available
 
  Registration Unavailable
View Registration Eligibility
**Fairy/Gnome-(Late Pick-up Option) 
6 - 14 N/A MTuWThF  06/27/2022 - 07/01/2022
04:30 PM - 05:00 PM

Williston Central School
$5.00 Res, $10.00 Non-Res
7 seat(s) available
 
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Mudflat City 
6 - 14 N/A TuWThF  07/05/2022 - 07/08/2022
08:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Williston Central School - Art Room
$175.00 Res, $190.00 Non-Res
0 seat(s) available
No camp July 4
 
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**Mudflat-(Early Drop-off Option) 
6 - 14 N/A TuWThF  07/05/2022 - 07/08/2022
08:00 AM - 08:30 AM

Williston Central School
$5.00 Res, $10.00 Non-Res
9 seat(s) available
No camp July 4
 
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Mosaic Mirrors & Sculpture 
6 - 14 N/A TuWThF  07/05/2022 - 07/08/2022
01:00 PM - 04:30 PM

Williston Central School - Art Room
$175.00 Res, $190.00 Non-Res
0 seat(s) available
No camp July 4
 
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**Mirrors/Sculpture-(Late Pick-up Option) 
6 - 14 N/A TuWThF  07/05/2022 - 07/08/2022
04:30 PM - 05:00 PM

Williston Central School
$5.00 Res, $10.00 Non-Res
8 seat(s) available
No camp July 4
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