Spring Break Camp
Each year, our spring camp offers a holistic and integrated arts exploration of a classic story. Following the studios, campers assemble their fibre, paper, printmaking and visual arts projects into a simply-bound keepsake book. Campers are encouraged to write more on the story and/or illustrate if desired.
Accepting registration for Spring Break Camp through mid-March!
Grace Art Camp Spring Break Three-Day Camp
March 25, 26 and 27, 2013 (Monday - Wednesday)
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Join us during Spring Break, as Grace Institute artists bring to life the adventures of Mr. Toad, Ratty, Badger and Mole and life along the Thames Valley. This will be the second in our new Spring Camp series, which looks as classic stories of creation and renewal. In this world of continually streaming new information, here one moment and gone the next, these classic stories, like all beautiful perennials, never fail us. Spring camp is a holistic art experience in that campers will create their own book, illustrated and written with variation on the core of our story.
- Excerpts from one of our most beloved treasures of Children’s literature:
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame as retold by Grace Art Camp Storyteller Anne Rutherford
- For children currently in Kindergarten through Grade 6
- Art studio projects assembled into a special memory book
- Featuring some of your favorite Grace Art Camp teachers
Downloadable registration forms available online at www.grace-institute.org January 12, 2013.
For questions or more information contact .
Registration forms are no longer available. This camp has already passed; please view the Spring Break Camp gallery to see what we did!