Five Artists Lead Summer Program

Updated: May 18, 2018

Each day of this summer enrichment camp programming featured a uniquely different art form as that day’s focus, hosting a professional teaching artist in that given field as the guest presenter for that day.



Goals of the Program

To encourage all students on the path to self-expression and self-esteem, to explore creativity, develop problem solving skills and become engaged in their communities through the arts. To encourage all students to find and use the art forms that gives them the pleasure to be creative. All while promoting interaction and partnerships among students from neighboring communities.


Each day of this summer enrichment camp programming featured a uniquely different art form as that day’s focus, hosting a working/ teaching artist in that given field as the guest presenter for that day. Every student completing a project each day in the five selected art forms explored during the week.


Featured Artists:

  • Lizz Van Saun, Mosaics - Monday August 3rd 2015 - Students created and completed a mosaic to take home and learned problem solving, collaboration and cooperation in the process.

  • Roger Goldenberg, Visual Jazz Artist - Tuesday August 4th 2015 - Students created paintings of their own and collaborate on a mural while listen to music.

  • Nancy Grace Horton, Photographer - August 5th 2015 -Students created a photographic journal using visuals to tell a story, using readily available software tools.

  • Stephen Marek Bennett, Illustrator - August 6th 2015 -Students developed a boxed set of comic stories.

  • Alice Ogden, Basket Making - August 7th 2015 - Students learned math, science and history while learning how to create their own baskets

Quotes of Praise:

“Fiona was inspired each day. We as parents were awed by the artwork she brought home. Fiona attends North Hampton School and was delighted for the opportunity to meet other students her age from Hampton, Hampton Falls and Seabrook she will again meet in Winnacunnet High School. We know it is thanks to the admirable generous grants from the NH Council for the Arts and the National Endowment for the arts. Thank You!”

“It was great to see Mickey try new areas of creativity and come out of her shell and make some new friends.”

“My daughter was impacted in a lasting way. She is able to articulate each of the processes she explored and has explored similar projects on her own. She is also showing signs of growing individuality in her expression which is so nice to see.”

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nhartslearning@gmail.com 

 

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