Summer Art Camp – Youth & Adult

2024 Youth Art Camps

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Summer art camp at the Museum is a must for any child age 8 to 18.  In it’s 15th year, the summer art camp program sells itself because participants want to come back year after year.  Every student becomes an artist for a week, and every student is nurtured and encouraged by highly skilled teachers.   Look at the photos from past year’s summer art camps, and you will see why your child will want to be a part of this creative life-changing experience.

2024 Camp Sessions

All classes are from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

June 24 – 28; ages 8 -10
July 8 – 12; ages 11-13
July 22 – 26; ages 14 – 18

View past Summer Art Camp photos

2024 Adult Art Camps

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August 5 – 9; ages 18+ 

The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum is offering five one-day art camp workshops for adults 18 years and up! Five days, five artists and five media. Each session is limited to 14 adults.

Fee is $30 per person per day or $125 for the 5 days and art supplies are provided.

SCECH’s available for K-12 teachers. Please contact Andrea Ondish for more information. or 989-964-7096.

2024 Camp Sessions

Full list will be posted SOON!

2023 Adult Art Camps
(At a Glance)

Instructor: Allise Noble
Mixed Media Magic
Participants learn how to add 3 dimensional elements to 2 dimensional artworks using a variety of materials to build your surface. We will learn about the elements and principles of design, the color wheel, and color schemes and use these foundations to create an eye-catching composition. Each artist will create 2 8”x10” artworks, allowing them to explore many different techniques. All materials are provided.

Instructor: Geoffe Haney
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Generated Art
Participants will explore the growing world of AI generated artwork from utilizing text prompts to create images.  Instead of a paint brush, images will be created with words. All materials are provided.

Instructor: Rose Chiu
Chinese Ink Painting Workshop
Artist Rose Chiu will introduce the basic tools and techniques of traditional Chinese ink painting. Participants will create a themed painting using traditional techniques, and then paint the same artwork again with modern ink techniques. All materials are provided.

Instructor: Katie Ross Comtois
Self-Discovery Collage
Discover how to make personal and impactful art as you create collage by layering photos, found objects and patterned papers. Participants will learn important compositional methods, color theory, and even something about yourself. All materials provided.

Instructor: Andrea Ondish
Screen-print Monotypes
Participants learn about the screen-printing process of forcing ink through a water-base media painted mesh onto paper to make a one-of-a-kind image. All materials are provided.