Let your child or children spend the day at the Museum of Arts and Sciences during Spring Break Camp, the perfect laboratory for discovering new ideas! Or let them combine labs for a whole week of unique adventures.
Labs during Spring Break Camp include the following.
Come explore lands and peoples through ancient crafts. Students will create art from tangrams — Chinese moving puzzle pieces — and be introduced to simple calligraphy and papermaking.
Science Lab: Energy Stars (Tuesday, March 26)
Science Lab: Environmental Adventures (Wednesday, March 27)
Students will enjoy earth-friendly projects plus engage in fun environmental education activities that let the natural environment shape their worlds. This lab will include attending a live animal show.
Art Lab: Drawing (Thursday, March 28)
Featured subject matter: portraiture and landscapes
Using artist materials — colored pencils, charcoal and pastels — students will create works inspired by an eclectic group of artists from Leonardo da Vinci to Andy Warhol.
Art Lab: Printmaking (Friday, March 29)
Featured techniques: Mono Type, Screen Printing, Block Printing
Using artist materials — printing ink, silk screens and acrylic plates — students will be introduced to simple printing methods using common objects for unexpected, fun results.
Members $30 per day members / Non-Members $35 per day Extended care for an additional $5 per day Discount of $5 per day if registered for three or more days
Regular hours — 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Extended care hours — 8:30 am to 5:15 pm
Advanced registration is required. Call 478.477.3232 for more information.
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