Into the Wild with Amanda Jorgenson
Go into the wild with Artist and Natural Science Illustrator Amanda Jorgenson, where she will teach you the basics on how to draw and paint animals -from birds to bears- in their habitats in the woods and in the mountains in our own state. We will learn how to sketch from photos, and use basic acrylic painting techniques, to create a final piece of an animal found in Washington State in its habitat.
Choreography Carnival with Sophie Marie
Students will learn various choreographic techniques, watch dance films and have the chance to create their own dances! This fun and immersive camp will include learning ballet and modern movement styles, improvisation, free time to create original movement and time for students to teach their own dances. Students will also learn a group piece to perform at the end of the week!
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