Found Fabric Aprons for Mother’s Day!
One of the things we love the most at Art Adventures is repurposing different fabrics. This coming weekend will be our last FAMILY WORKSHOP of the season which focuses on just that topic: making functional aprons out of fabric remnants and assorted embellishments. The sample apron above uses a base of cotton fabric that protected a table top from many a student dye project which is then embellished with fanciful pockets…
Come and learn about the construction of a basic apron pattern with your child and you both can walk away outfitted for a summer of creative projects. What a wonderful way to spend Mother’s Day! REGISTER NOW >
FOUND FABRIC APRONS | Sunday, May 12th from 2pm-5pm
Vote For Art Adventures!
What’s the best summer art camp in Portland? OCAC’s Art Adventures of course!
What’s a great way to let the whole world know that Art Adventures is the summer art day camp not to be missed?
It’s simple! Vote for the Jordan Schnitzer Art Adventures Summer Camp as Portland’s best summer camp by quickly visiting NW Kids Portland’s Best Summer Camps page and letting them know that Art Adventures rocks the Arts & Crafts category.
It will take no more than a few seconds (just type Art Adventures into the Arts & Crafts box and hit “enter”) and you’ll be helping to spread the word about our fantastic summer camp for children in grades 1-8.
Every vote counts so show your support, and then encourage all of your art-loving friends to do the same!
And speaking of NW Kids, their annual SUMMER CAMP EXPO is tomorrow at OMSI and the Jordan Schnitzer Art Adventures Summer Camp will be there. Stop on by and tell us about your experience at Art Adventures- we’d love to see you!
Spring Break Camp 2013 - Day 4
Look at these wonderful pop-up books campers made earlier this week!
Here is the classic “chicken or egg” question with a whole lot of sunshine to warm the scene…
And here is a bit of space travel with some out-of-this-world patterning!
Over in the drawing/painting workshop one of our YOUNG ADULT (grades 6-8) students completed this fantastic painting after learning about complementary colors and underpainting…
Great work Spring Break campers!