Summer Arts Camps
Visual Arts Camp I - June 8 - 12 from 9 am – 12 pm
For children ages 5-8 taught by the City’s Artist-in-Residence, Alexandra Roberts. Children will have the opportunity to experience various art media with an emphasis on printmaking and mixed media.
Visual Arts Camp II - June 15 - 19 from 9 am – 12 pm
For children ages 9-13 taught by the City’s Artist-in-Residence, Alexandra Roberts. Students will receive more in-depth instruction in visual art using various art media with more skill development in printmaking and mixed media techniques. This will be a good opportunity to strengthen art portfolios for the more serious student while having fun! Students of all ability levels will benefit from the opportunity to be creative!
Drama Camp I - June 22 - 26 from 9 am – 12 pm
For children ages 5-8 taught by local theatre professional Adrianne Dukes. Students will learn dynamic skills for acting in fun ways to build confidence and stage presence with inspiration coming from familiar fairy tales/children’s stories.
Drama Camp II - July 6 - 17 from 9 am – 12 pm
For children ages 9-13 taught by local theatre professional Adrianne Dukes. Students will have the opportunity to learn more intensive drama skills in a 2 week Performance Workshop format focused on creating a performance for parents and the community at the end of the camp.
African Drum & Dance Camp - July 20 - 24 from 9 am –12 pm
For children ages 5-13 taught by Rajeeyah Mujahid of RBM African Drum and Dance. Students will learn rhythms and techniques of drumming and dance from West African influences. An informal performance for family and friends will showcase the skills learned in the camp.
The fee for all camps is $50 per week and students can pre-register early to get in the desired camp beginning March 1st. A minimum number of registered students are required for the camps to take place. Deadline for registration is one week prior to the beginning of the camp. Register early by calling 740-5851 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All camps take place at the Olde Village Community Building at 4820 Jenkins Ave. N. Charleston. Visit www.northcharleston.org under Cultural Arts for more info and to print registration forms.