"We are featuring a wide variety of professional artists and artist-teachers at our camp giving 5-year olds through teenagers a great opportunity to immerse themselves in Art, surrounded by the beauty of Tyler Park, this summer," TPCA Program and Camp Director Donna Muchnicki-Hurwitz said recently.
Some TPCA Camp themes include: A Kid's Best Friend - creating art inspired by a favorite pet or animal; The Mask I Wear - exploring cultural maskmaking; Summer's Eve Shawl - the ancient art of Japanese nuno to create a silk and wool shawl; Discover Printmaking Magic; For the Love of Horses - painting and drawing with a Kentucky Derby theme followed by an iced tea party and art opening; Beginner's Stained Glass; Handbuilt and Wheel-Thrown Pottery, Puppetry, Portfolio Development for High School Students, Kings, Queens and Castles - creating paper mache castles and characters; Music and Movement Boogie Woogie; A Week in Provence - sunflowers, clay creations, Petanque and lavendar soap making are just some of the fun.
A complete listing of Summer Camp themes, artists, and registration materials are available at http://tylerparkarts.org/
Works by TPCA Day Camp artist-teachers will be displayed at TPCA's April 20 "Thank You" Member Party from 7pm to 9pm. Most teachers/artists will be available to answer questions. For additional information email Workshops@TylerParkArts.org or call 267-218-0290.
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ABOUT TYLER PARK CENTER FOR THE ARTS:
Tyler Park Center for the Arts is located in Bucks County's picturesque Tyler State Park just over the NJ border at 10 Stable Mill Trail, Richboro, PA18954. Visit www.TylerParkArts.org for the most up-to-date listing of workshops and classes including Studio Pottery with TPCA Executive Director Jennifer Miller, “Friends Night Out”, Coffeehouse events, and Membership Program and donation information. Tyler Park Center for the Arts is a non-profit arts organization.