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Michelangelo Sculpture School™
Old School Methods - Classical Traditions
San Antonio, Texas USA and Florence, Italy
"Kids Sculpture Academy"
'Best summer camp in San Antonio! My son, Noah is returning this summer....and he is thrilled!' Kathleen Bond Blanton
Our Premier "Finding Michelangelo" ™ Program
This is the most advanced program in sculpture for kids, probably anywhere. It is designed for very art talented kids, "kids who want to be in art class, who want to do art, hours at a time". This program offers sculpture courses you will not find in any public school, not even likely at your favorite college or university. The program exposes the young artist to the fundamentals via the study of shape; clay before color.
Kids Program and Child Program.
Kid Entry Requirements
-Kids must be ages 8 to 11 years.
-Bring a portfolio of your childs art works, the 3 best art works at front.
-Bring a copy of your childs school marks in art class; only grades of 'A' or marks of E for excellence are accepted.
-Bring a letter of recommendation from the childs school art teacher.
Benefits of this program help build visualization, conceptualization, imagination and art thinking skills. Additionally it helps develop eye/hand skills and creative confidence. The program emphasizes exposure to several types of sculpture processes and provides an education in hands on 'see do' activity.
Note. Zero tolerance for misbehaved kids.
Childs Entry Requirements.
-Child must be ages up to 7 years.
Benefits of this program help introduce visualization, conceptualization, imagination and art thinking skills. Additionally it helps develop eye/hand skills and creative confidence. The program emphasizes exposure to art from what you see and from what you remember. It is offered in an open freestyle manner. Parent volunteers are required for this age group.
Note. Zero tolerance for uninterested or misbehaved chldren.
Courses for Children
COURSES FOR KIDS
1. photography of sculpture
2. drawing of sculpture
3. painting black and white tones of sculpture
4. clay modeling a sculpture
5. cement modeling of sculpture
6. stone sculpture
7. blacksmith sculpture
8. museum visits for sculpture
- Register your kids for the full sculpture arts program of one school year.
- Or, register you kids for one sculpture class.
Kids will be given introduction skills to each sculpture art. Non Certificate kids will have one assignment project. Certificate program kids will carry on more than one assignment per sculpture art.
MTW. Morning. 8a arrive, 830a photography of sculpture, 9a drawing of sculpture, 945a clay modeling of sculpture, 11a Lunch. After lunch then 1145 stone sculpture, and time permiting or on alternate days 1230p cement sculpture and or blacksmith forge sculpture. 145p to 2:15 pick up. 2pm close.
>Parents Note. After 2:30pm a $10 late pick up charge for first 30 minutes until 3pm.
$20 for second hour up to 4p and then $20 for each additional hour. Your child will be barred from the next class or program until the late charges are paid.
Thursday. Morning. 8a arrive. 830a Leave to draw and photograph sculptures at museums and other venues. 10a museums open. 11:15 leave for lunch on the road, 12:30 head home, 1pm home and pick up, 2pm close.
Everyone: Bring your lunch, drink. Refrigerator/ microwave available. Tools, materials, equipment will be loaned, supplied or shared or re-used. Its best if you own your own. Art materials such as clay will be provided, A camera will be loaned, your own camera is best, drawing board/ clay board will be loaned, some or all tools/ materials will be loaned/ or shared or re-used.
Returning students:bring your tool bag you had last summer: tools, supplies, any materials; stone sculpture hammer, chisel, camera/batteries, drawing pencil case with pencils etc., drawing board, clay and clay board.
New students. I will have ten sets of tools for loan, to the first 10 registered/paid, after that you will have to share or purchase your tools at Asels Art or Herwicks or online, unless you have your own.
Above our Stone and Cement programs, 2010. Below first and second week of Camp 2011.
Winter Schedule 2011
December ??, 2011; TBA
|Program A||MTW||8A - 2P||$35||$25||7x3days=18||$60||$95|
|Museum Trip||Thurs||8A - 1P||$25||none||9x3days=5||$25||$50|
ALL OUTDOOR - 2 WEEK PROGRAM IN DECEMBER
Summer Schedule 2012
June ??, 2012; TBA
July ??, 2012; TBA
|Program A||MTW||8A - 2P||$35||$25||7x3days=18||$60||$95||$130||$165|
|Museum Trip||Thurs||8A - 1P||$25||none||9x3days=5||$25||$50||$75||$100|
ALL OUTDOOR - 2 WEEK PROGRAM IN JUNE, AND 2 WEEK PROGRAM IN JULY
DESCRIPTION - Summer 2012
Month to Month...
Policy. Kids may bring headsets for personal music only, no open air music players. Kids may also bring their phone for "short message calls" only from a parent only of up to 2 minutes. No handset electronic games.
Zero tolerance policy for non-participation in art assignments or misbehavior, pushing, bullying, being mean; Infractions yield risk that your child must leave without refund. Remind your child of this each time you drop them here.
One Warning for children who distract another child from doing art. Your child will only be given one warning. Distractions are deemed such at the discretion of the director. Second distraction is grounds for removal of child without return or refund.
Parents will be advised their child is not doing art. Parents will be called if the child is feeling sick or is sick to pick them up. As well if the child is just not doing any program or refusing to do art projects.
NOTE. We have no medical training! Parents, we are not trained or staffed to handle ALLERGY OR MEDICAL SENSITIVITY kids that are of an extreme or life and death circumstance. However for mild head ache, fever or stomach ache your child will be separated from the kids to lay down and rest pending your arrival.
We are all outdoors; our provisions for eating or drinking are economically efficient for group purchases and we are not funded or staffed for specialized foods or eating areas such as may be prescribed by medical or religious or cultural differences. Please do not put us or your child at risk.
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Archive: The Fall 2010 Flyer is below