Week 1 (June 3-7)
Morning: Drawing in Black & White
Students will explore different media in drawing, such as graphite, charcoal, and ink.
Learn a variety of printmaking processes including monoprints, linocuts, and silk-screening.
Week 2 (June 10-14)
Morning: Hand Building with Clay
Explore the medium of non-fired clay through hand building. Students will learn techniques such as pinching pots, coiling, and slab building.
Afternoon: Painting with Watercolor
Students will learn about watercolor painting through projects based on the museum’s collection and campus.
Week 3 (June 17-21)
Morning: 3D Sculpture
Learn about 3D sculpture through a variety of materials such as wire, papier mâché, and found objects.
Afternoon: Comics & Anime
Learn the styles of comic book art and Anime with projects bases in drawing and painting.
Week 4 (June 24-28)
Morning: Drawing in Color
Students will explore different media in drawing such as colored pencils, Prisma colors, and pastels.
Afternoon: Papermaking & Bookbinding
Learn the process of papermaking. After making paper, students will bind their creations into a book.
Week 5 (July 8-12)
Students will learn to paint through the exploration of watercolor, acrylic, and tempera paints.
Afternoon: Zines & Collage
Want to make your own zine? A zine is an independently or self-published booklet, often created by physically cutting and gluing text and images together. Students will be able to create their own zine by learning the technique of collage.
Week 6 (July 15-19)
Morning: Fiber Arts
Students will learn a variety of fiber arts techniques including weaving, felting, and dying.
Afternoon: Nature-inspired Art
Explore the museum’s campus to get inspiration for art projects as well as collect items from nature to be used in art works.
Week 7 (July 22-26)
Morning: Abstract Art
Learn about abstract art through the museum’s collection. Students will be inspired by these works to create their own creations.
Makerspaces are areas where people gather to make and create. TMA will turn the Creative Space into a makerspace. Students will create their visions using techniques such as paper cutting, felting, and other craft forms.
Week 8 (July 29-August 2)
Morning: Wearable Art
Students will use their designs to make their own wearable art. Projects will include silkscreen, button making, and paper mâché techniques.
Afternoon: Desert-inspired Art
Get inspired by the desert and create projects using materials such as clay, paint, and found objects.