Redux Summer Kids Camp!
We’re excited to host Kids Camps at Redux in July!
We have spent the last few weeks closely monitoring the state and CDC summer camp guidelines and have thoughtfully created a strategic plan we feel is safest for our art campers and teachers outlined below.
Redux is offering Kids Art Camps during the
month of July beginning Monday July 6th.
Each day will have two separate sessions:
a morning session from 9:00 – 11:30
and an afternoon session from 12:30 – 3:30.
The AM session will be for children ages 5-10, and the
PM session will be for students ages 11-13.
We will be limiting enrollment to 8 children per session to ensure safe social distancing while still providing a hand- on and child-centered artistic experience.
Through weekly themes, campers will immerse themselves in creativity using a variety of artistic styles and activities. Campers will experiment with painting, sculpture, collage, and even create masterpieces with recycled materials.
Themes for this summer include Pop Art, The Nature of Art and Sustainability, The 90’s, Animals, and more! Campers will go home with a new portfolio of their creations at the end of each week!
We are excited to announce a new camp this year for more advanced middle school students in the afternoon session the week of July 27th: ART BOOT CAMP.
This camp will highlight a variety of artistic media working with a different artist each day. Students will explore an array of media including silversmithing, spray paint art, dyeing, printmaking, and textile art. At the end of each day, students will walk away with a completed work in each medium and a thorough understanding of the artistic processes.
More information about teachers and themes will be announced soon! Please check our website and social media channels for the most current information. If you have any questions please contact Tai@reduxstudios.org.
At the beginning of the session, each child will be given a bag of art supplies to use exclusively throughout the week to limit exposure from sharing supplies.
Health and Safety Procedures:
Camp participants will be placed in smaller daily groups of six and one staff member, and will remain together for the duration of each session
Each camper will be provided with an art kit to use exclusively throughout the week to limit exposure from sharing supplies.
Temperatures of all children and teaching artists will be taken daily, and teaching artists working with children will be required to wear masks. It is recommended for children to wear masks, but not required.
Thorough hand washing and sanitation will be built into sessions and required multiple times daily. Staff will be trained on proper hand washing techniques.
Campers are limited to one session per day; AM (ages 5-10) and PM (ages 11-13)
Teaching artists will be required to:
Wear masks at all times.
Sanitize any equipment used, such as chairs and tables.
Clean and disinfect areas of use once art activities are completed.
Actively observe any sickness within the group and intervene if warranted.
Clean and sanitize the classroom each evening in preparation for the next day of camp.