Nelson's Oxygen Art Centre launches Summer Art Camp.

Nelson’s Oxygen Art Centre launches Summer Art Camp

Nelson's Oxygen Art Centre is inviting local children and teens to take part in their Summer Art Camp.

Oxygen Art Centre’s third annual summer art camp will take place from August 20 to 24 and 27 to 31.

Oxygen has another fun filled, imagination exercising, mixed media art making camp planned this year.

All their wonderful instructors are back again with Fiona Brown alternating bookmaking and printmaking workshop weeks, while Lauryn Asbell will work with the younger ones on soft scultpure assemblage.

Charlotte Erlandsson will teach photography to the 10 to 13 year olds, and Krista Lynch will teach drama to all ages in week one.

Week two will bring mixed media projects with Laura Hyde and Clancy Moonbeam Fitzgerald, and breakdancing with our awesome new instructor Martine Star!

Please refer to the Oxygen website for the detailed schedule and our instructor bios.

Camp is for one week or two weeks from Monday to Friday and age groups, times and costs are as follows:  Ages 5 to 6 from 9 to 11 a.m. for $120, ages 7 to 9 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for $120 and ages 10 to 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. for $180.

You can register online at oxygenartcentre.org Or call us at 250 352 6322 Or email info@oxygenartcentre.org

Oxygen Art Centre is an artist run centre and they gratefully acknowledge the support for this programming from our funders and sponsors; Government of British Columbia through BC Gaming and Nelson And District Credit Union.

 

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