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Young Biologists will use their powers of observation to hunt for sea glass, listen for barking seals, learn about the life cycle of salmon, and have Fun with Art as they draw Orca Whales inspired by the Haida.
Wetlands, watersheds, and wildlife habitats. Young Biologists will use their powers of observation to hunt for sea glass on local beaches, listen for barking seals, learn about the life cycle of salmon, and discover how to draw Orca Whales using traditional ovoid shapes inspired by the Haida. Make a drip color wheel, discover Splatter Art and expressive watercolor mixing. Bring a sack lunch, water bottle, and a rain jacket. Be prepared for a full day of outdoor learning and having fun with Art! This event will be held at Point White. Meet at the parking lot across from Point White pier. Cost is per child. We are seeking a minimum 4 student enrollment to hold this camp. Please email us if other dates work best with your busy summer schedule.
REGISTER online at SHINE Art Academy.com, under the Lessons tab, Weekly Summer Art Camps for Kids page. https://shineartacademy.com/lessons
(Ages 6-9), and (Ages 10-14). Monday- Thursday, July 12-July 15, 10:00-3:00. Cost: $150 per day, $540 per week (all materials included) Full payment is required in advance to reserve your child's place.
Payment Options: Venmo (SHINEartacademy) Venmo Link: http://www.venmo.com/SHINEartacademy Zelle (send one time transfer through your bank) Zelle Account: SHINEartacademy@gmail.com Personal Check: Please email SHINEartacademy@gmail.com to request the mailing address.
3939 Crystal Springs Dr NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
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