Get creative this summer!
Our Program is designed for children
entering Grades 1 to 6
Join us for 1, 2, 3 or 4 weeks of
Hands-On Arts Summer Camp in
Pagosa Springs, Colorado... June & July 2016
Weeks of June 20-24
June 27-July 1
Students can be dropped off just before 9 (8:45), we begin promptly at 9.
*Location* Pagosa Springs Elementary
School’s Art Room
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Tuition based on your needs...
1) Tuition/1 child:
$150 per week
off per week if registered by June 1)
discount $20 off each child
3) Sign up for 3 weeks and get 4th week
Class limit: 20students/week
For more info call
Lisa @ (970)731-3546 or Tessie @ (970)769-4212 in the evenings or email us at
**Students need to "Dress for Mess" and wear older clothes and they need to bring a snack, water, and a good Art-a-tude!
HANDS-ON is Sponsored by
For the love of Music
Every week kids will have an opportunity to meet a local guest musician. Students will participate with song and instrument and learn of many different types of music.
Students will learn about other cultures and how dance, movement, music and art all tie in together in their communities.
Art Projects in June...
Week 1: June 20-24
The Asian Persuasion
class we will learn of the diversity of different art styles of Eastern
art. Projects will be Indian Batiks, Chinese Lanterns,
Japanese Faux Food Art, Dragons and more!
Week 2: June 27-July1
A Wave of Fun
Ride the wave in this class where kids create art based on a beach theme. Art projects include mermaids and mermen clay sculptures,
Creatures of the Sea Sun catchers and more!
Week 3: July 11-15
In this class, we will have fun learning about famous Artists such as
Vincent Van Gogh, Georgia O’Keefe, Victor Vasarely, Rube Goldberg and creating
Art according to their style.
Week 4: July 18-22
Creating artwork from different Native tribes and the their styles of
Pottery, Native American Shields, Faux turquoise
jewelry and pendants, Sand paintings and more!
"Earth" without "Art" is just "EH"
Our Students hard at work:
"We do not remember days; we remember moments."