All camps are centered around art, agriculture, and mindfulness using the beautiful grounds of The Harwood Hill.
Throughout the week we will paint, garden, harvest, cook, draw, sculpt, explore, breathe, stretch, imagine, and create.
Full day program is from 9-3. $225
Late pickup may be available, Please inquire.
Balance due due with registration form.
All campers bring a water bottle, snacks, and a lunch and wear clothes to get messy in!
Clay and Cuisine (ages 6+)
Create beautiful clay dishes for your favorite foods! From mugs for special drinks to bowls for ice cream... let your creativity flow! Learn techniques such as the coil and pinch method to create beautiful and functional works. From our on site garden, we will also enjoy making and trying new garden snacks like pesto and cucumber boats. And we will learn how to dry herbs to make own own tea blends, Finish the week with a magical tea party under the trees.
Clay Camp (ages 6+)
July 16-July 20
Create your own clay tableware including bowls, plates, and a mug. Learn how to hand build using the coil and slab method. Discover new techniques like sgraffitto and slip trailing to create unique designs. Use stencils with underglazes to create interesting textures on clay. Create a handmade stamp to press into the clay for making fun designs.
Garden Goddesses (ages 7+)
Girls rule in this camp! Throughout the week we will learn about women throughout history who have made a difference and come up with ways that we can let our special light shine! We will pamper ourselves by making beauty products using the gifts from the garden. Make a soothing lip balm, clementine sugar scrub, all natural perfume, amazing hand lotion and more as we embrace our inner goddess! Learn to create tasty treats from the garden that promote a healthy glow. Create a flower vase out of clay and learn the basics of flower arranging.
Beauty comes from the inside out!
All classes taught by artist, art teacher, and garden educator: Kristen Blaker M.Ed, with over fourteen years of experience teaching children, teenagers, and adults the potential of our creative power. Kristen inspires growing, whether it be vegetables or creativity, self-awareness or a sense of humor, compassion or community.