Lowcountry Summer Camps 2019

Summer will be here very soon. and the big question from our children…”What is there to do??”  

Here is the first list of camps for the summer, all held at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina.  For details, contact Alana Adams, aadams@artshhi.com or www.artshhi.com/workshops. 843-686-3945    (Watch this blog for more camp info)

Performing Arts Camp

Join the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina as it explores music, dance and drama in a one-week camp. Students will work with professional artists who will introduce a variety of performing art forms in the black box theater. They will present a mini-showcase performance on Friday.
When: Session 1: Monday-Friday, June 11-15, Session 2: Monday-Friday, July 9-13    Notes: Tuition $110, ages 6-13
Visual Arts Camp at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
Students will study folk and fine art from all around the world that will inspire both traditional and unusual 2D and 3D masterpieces. A mini-showcase exhibit/reception will be held on Friday.
When: Session 1: June 11-15, Session 2: July 9-13
Notes: Tuition $110, ages 6-13
Kids n’ Clay Camp
The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina offers this camp where students will learn a variety of ceramic and hand-building techniques, including pinch, slab, coil, surface decoration, glazing and more.
When:10 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. June 18-21 and 29
Notes: Tuition $115, ages 7-12
3-D Printing Camp at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
Bring a laptop to learn basic CAD modeling and learn about all the latest advancements in 3D design and printing. 3D scanning will be covered to create your own 3D selfie.
When: June 22
Notes: Tuition $65, ages 10-16
Theatre Camp L – Plays & Players
Campers will experience a mini-production and will not only be the cast, but will also be the production crew. Campers will learn how to write scripts, understand and develop characters, create sets, props, and design costumes.
When: Session 1: June 25-29
Notes: Ages 9-14
Theatre Camp LL – Summer Shakespeare
Summer Shakespeare: Make a cast of new friends during this fun-filled week where we will dive into the world of the greatest playwright in history: William Shakespeare. Students will develop fundamental acting skills as they transform into Shakespeare’s characters through voice and movement work. On Friday we will perform for friends and family.
When: Session 2: July 23-27
Tuition: $210, ages 9-14
Steam Camp Session 1: 3-D Printing
A week-long STEAM camp will take participants on a hands-on journey into the exciting technology of 3D printing, scanning, modeling and preparing files. Students will be presented a mixed media design challenge that will result in a final project featuring this innovative technology. (Bring a laptop.)
When: June 25-29
Notes: Tuition $130, ages 11-16
Steam Camp Session 2: Da Vinci for Creative Arts and Sciences
For one week you will have the opportunity to GET CREATIVE! Explore how to use a variety of materials including 3-D printing to make 2D and 3D masterpieces and learn about the art and life of Leonardo DaVinci. Students will be challenged to solve problems in non-traditional ways to test their skills as only a modern day Da Vinci can.
When: June 25-29
Notes: Tuition $130, ages 7-12
Steam Camp Session 3: Tinker Camp
Tinker Camp is an exciting and hands-on learning opportunity for youth, with a special emphasis on the STEAM curriculum areas (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics). During this fun-filled week, campers will learn about concepts such as geometry, engineering, circuits, forces of motion, and simple machines.
When: July 30- Aug 3
Notes: Tuition $130, ages 7-12
Steam Camp Session 4: Star Wars Transformers: Cardboard Character Creation
During this camp student will learn to manipulate and engineer cardboard to build a static Transformers/ Star Wars style model. Students will be challenged to incorporate multi-functional design elements into their sculptures that would represent both the vehicle mode and the robot mode in their prototype. Once they learn the physics of how materials can become stronger when they are bent, folded, laminated, etc.
When: July 30- Aug 3
Notes: Tuition $130, ages 10-16
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