Camp Bear Wallow art camp for kids opens in July
Camp Bear Wallow’s mission is to inspire and encourage children to explore, create and invent using the artist’s tools and the artist’s eye in the hope of developing a creative and joyful young adult. .
Camp Bear Wallow will open July 5 for the summer with fun art projects like Lego sculptures, kite design and making, puzzles, clay sculptures, paint and more. Moreover.
The camp will be held at the West Sedona School, Science Room, Monday through Friday, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, and accepts children ages 6 to 11.
The mission of this camp is to inspire and encourage children to explore, create and invent using the artist’s tools and the artist’s eye in the hope of developing a creative and cheerful young adult.
The goals of the camp are to develop personal tools (self-esteem, confidence, problem solving), artistic and educational tools (promoting Arizona education standards), engagement tools (developing play, perseverance, experimentation, curiosity). This program is designed to provide access to the arts to all children from different economic backgrounds.
For 23 years, Nancy Robb Dunst owned and ran the camp. For the past 6 years, she has coordinated Gardens for Humanity’s Celebrating Art on Earth program at six schools in Sedona / Verde Valley.
As an artist she has been commissioned by Sky Harbor International Airport, City of Yuma, WSS, Harkins Theaters, Kierland Resort. His work can be seen in many art collections. She was Sedona’s first recipient of the Mayor’s Individual Arts Award; and she founded the Sedona Visual Artists Coalition, which she chaired for 10 years.
This will be the last year Nancy will be offering Camp Bear Wallow as she will develop other exciting programs. Over the years, she has enjoyed working with over 1,000 children at the camp and loved every child. She loved this job, helping kids to create and learn about themselves, but it’s time for her to turn to new adventures.
The camp is organized on a sliding scale, from $ 20 to $ 70 per week, depending on family income, and the cost has not been increased since 2008, in order to give every child access to the arts.
For more information or to register, contact Nancy Robb Dunst at 282-0776 (H), 928-221-3202 (c / txt) or email her at [email protected]