Events for Friday, Jul 07, 2017
Each two-week camp ends with a full-length play. All campers have lines, costumes, get to help with set painting, play games, and learn about acting and singing!
Not only do we prepare for the show but we have fun playing water games, doing crazy hair day, learning about acting, and painting sets!
Location: Azalea City Center for the Arts
Stuck in town this summer? Take a mini-vacation at the Museum School in Watercolor Basics with Lydia Host. Learn the foundations of watercolor painting in this introductory course. Students will learn color mixing, glazing, wet in wet techniques, and how to work from light to dark on different types of paper. Some supplies are included, the rest will be provided by the participant as per the instructor supply list.
Location: Mobile Museum of Arts
Mr. Wayne from the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center presents lessons and projects fusing science and literature for preschool children. For more information, please call the children’s department at 208-7086 or email email@example.com.
Location: Ben May Main Library
Join us at the Eastern Shore Art Center for a fun and family-friendly First Friday Art Walk! ESAC staff, Board members and volunteers will be set up out on the front lawn grilling hotdogs and serving ice cream treats.
· RETURNING EXHIBIT: “People, Places and Things” Paintings and mixed media by Frank Mayes. “Out of wondrous joy and deep respect for the beauty, strength, poise, and the godly perfection of the human species, I present these studies and paintings for your thought, analysis and appreciation.
· RETURNING EXHIBIT: “Caught in a Web” Watercolor paintings by Hannah Brown. Brown paints on Yupo paper, which is completely non-absorbent. “Because of its slick texture, paint tends to slide around on it inunexpected ways. I use a completely level surface and cover the paper with tightly stretched halloween spider webs.”
· Live music by Laurie Anne Armour
Location: Eastern Shore Art Center
Art Blast Summer Art Camp registration is now open! With classes for 4-7 year olds, 8-11 year olds and 12 and up, there is truly something for everyone in the wide variety of art offered throughout the summer. Ceramics, painting, and drawing in all styles inspire students to energize their creativity, while learning about elements of art and art history. The camp will run from June 12th through July 28th.
Location: Mobile Museum of Art