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Boca Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410
Email: info@bocamuseum.org

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Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 
Saturday & Sunday
Mondays & holidays


10AM - 5PM
NOON - 5PM
CLOSED

Admission:
Members
Children(12 & under)
Adults
Seniors(65 +)
Students(with ID)


FREE
FREE
$5
$5
$5

   

Welcome to Online Class Registration

YOUTH SUMMER ART CAMP ONLINE REGISTRATION
AGES 5 - 12

Click Here to print the 2013 Summer Camp Parent Letter

Click Here to print the 2013 Summer Camp Student Information Form (Must be completed and submitted on first day of camp)

 

 

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Art Camp Brochure

SCHEDULE
Week 8 7/29 - 8/2 clientuploads/ArtSchool/graphics/registerbutton.jpgTwo and Three Dimensional ALL MEDIA!
Learn about 2 and 3 dimensional media techniques while studying fun and popular painting, building and kinetic medias!
Week 9 8/5 - 8/9 clientuploads/ArtSchool/graphics/registerbutton.jpgColor and Nature Studies with Prints:
Explore Monoprinting, Monotypes and Sun Prints using a variety of printing media.
Week 10 8/12 - 8/16 clientuploads/ArtSchool/graphics/registerbutton.jpgDesign and Build Theater Sets:
Students star in their own talent productions by writing creative stories and plays.
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Online Registration Will Not Be Accepted Less than 4 Hours Prior to Start of Class.

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Term A
Thursdays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/29 - 6/26
Instructor: Joseph Brandom
Price: $235.00
Material Fee: $35

With a variety of metals, learn to develop the skills and techniques necessary to take designs from concept to completion. Beginning students are introduced to studio equipment, torches and tools focusing on the basics of sawing, piercing, soldering, riveting, surface treatment, filing, sanding and polishing. More intermediate to advanced students study techniques such as hollow beads, fold-forming, roller-printing, stone setting, forging, chasing and tool-making. Instruction in a multitude of techniques is individualized for intermediate students as they progress to more complex designs and construction. *MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Term A
Mondays, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 6/2 - 6/23
Instructor: Allan Pierce
Price: $180.00

Snap decisions and snap judgments are explored in this class. Depth of field, shutter speed, ASA, lens types, camera features, photographic compositions, lighting and printing techniques are interwoven with creative, historical and theoretical foundations of photography in a wide range of genres and styles.

Term B
Mondays, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 6/30 - 7/21
Instructor: Allan Pierce
Price: $180.00

Snap decisions and snap judgments are explored in this class. Depth of field, shutter speed, ASA, lens types, camera features, photographic compositions, lighting and printing techniques are interwoven with creative, historical and theoretical foundations of photography in a wide range of genres and styles.

Term C
Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 7/31 - 8/21
Instructor: Carla Golembe
Price: $180.00

Explore painting techniques, composition, color and creative expression in an upbeat and encouraging atmosphere. Learn brushwork, layering, and color- mixing techniques and apply them to express yourself in paint. Instruction is in acrylic and gouache. Projects are suggested to those seeking guidance. Benefit from individual attention, demonstrations and supportive critiques. Direction is tailored to students abilities and artistic goals.

Term A
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/27 - 6/24
Instructor: Don Dietz
Price: $235.00
Material Fee: $30.00

Learn the basic techniques of sawing, soldering and finishing while mastering the fundamentals essential to the creation of art jewelry. Students complete three required projects designed to introduce each technique and stimulate their sense of design. Become inspired while being exposed to the work of professional art jewelers. You will never look at jewelry the same once you complete this course. *MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. **IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT NEW STUDENTS DO NOT MISS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Term B
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 7/1 - 7/22
Instructor: Don Dietz
Price: $190.00
Material Fee: $30.00

Learn the basic techniques of sawing, soldering and finishing while mastering the fundamentals essential to the creation of art jewelry. Students complete three required projects designed to introduce each technique and stimulate their sense of design. Become inspired while being exposed to the work of professional art jewelers. You will never look at jewelry the same once you complete this course. *MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. **IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT NEW STUDENTS DO NOT MISS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Term B
Mondays, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 6/30 - 7/20
Instructor: Don Dietz
Price: $190.00
Material Fee: $30.00

This course is for the serious jewelry student who has completed at least two previous courses in jewelry fabrication and wants to progress into more advanced techniques. Projects may include making settings for and setting faceted stones, making domes and constructing hollow beads, inlaying wire in metal, wood and stone, reticulation, etching of metal and roller printing. If time permits, demonstrations are given on other techniques, including how to determine the purity of metals using both the traditional acid and contemporary electronics techniques. *MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Term A
Wednesdays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/28 - 6/25
Instructor: Jane Levy
Price: $235.00
Material Fee: **

Art metal clay is fine silver or bronze in a clay-like form, in which the student can create a piece of fine art jewelry by using simple tools. This medium can be rolled, molded, carved and stamped to make jewelry and other small objects. Metal clay opens new doors to your creativity, whether you are a beader, glass fuser, jeweler, enamellist or just a dabbler in the arts. No experience necessary.*MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.**IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT NEW STUDENTS DO NOT MISS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. 1) First-time students: $100 fine silver kit or $55 bronze kit (includes tool kit, art metal clay for first three projects and some finishing supplies). * Students will be responsible for purchasing additional art clay, gemstones and findings.2) Repeat students: $20 (firing fee and miscellaneous class supplies).

Term B
Wednesdays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 7/2 - 7/23
Instructor: Jane Levy
Price: $190.00
Material Fee: **

Art metal clay is fine silver or bronze in a clay-like form, in which the student can create a piece of fine art jewelry by using simple tools. This medium can be rolled, molded, carved and stamped to make jewelry and other small objects. Metal clay opens new doors to your creativity, whether you are a beader, glass fuser, jeweler, enamellist or just a dabbler in the arts. No experience necessary.*MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.**IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT NEW STUDENTS DO NOT MISS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. 1) First-time students: $100 fine silver kit or $55 bronze kit (includes tool kit, art metal clay for first three projects and some finishing supplies). * Students will be responsible for purchasing additional art clay, gemstones and findings.2) Repeat students: $20 (firing fee and miscellaneous class supplies).

Term C
Wednesdays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 7/30 - 8/20
Instructor: Jane Levy
Price: $190.00
Material Fee: **

Art metal clay is fine silver or bronze in a clay-like form, in which the student can create a piece of fine art jewelry by using simple tools. This medium can be rolled, molded, carved and stamped to make jewelry and other small objects. Metal clay opens new doors to your creativity, whether you are a beader, glass fuser, jeweler, enamellist or just a dabbler in the arts. No experience necessary.*MATERIAL FEE PAID TO INSTRUCTOR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.**IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT NEW STUDENTS DO NOT MISS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. 1) First-time students: $100 fine silver kit or $55 bronze kit (includes tool kit, art metal clay for first three projects and some finishing supplies). * Students will be responsible for purchasing additional art clay, gemstones and findings.2) Repeat students: $20 (firing fee and miscellaneous class supplies).

Term A
Mondays, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 6/2 - 6/23
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: $180.00

This class explores basic concepts and applications of the drawing process enabling an artist to develop the skills necessary for advanced drawing, painting, and sculpting through realism or abstract expressions. Traditional materials and applications are used but the emphasis remains on composition and design.

Term B
Mondays, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 6/30 - 7/21
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: $180.00

This class explores basic concepts and applications of the drawing process enabling an artist to develop the skills necessary for advanced drawing, painting, and sculpting through realism or abstract expressions. Traditional materials and applications are used but the emphasis remains on composition and design.

Term A
Fridays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/30 - 6/27
Instructor: Diane Reeves
Price: $225.00

Learn to use color, value, temperature, edges, and brush work to truly capture the subjects of your oil or acrylic paintings. Gain experience with specific techniques to strengthen and advance your painting skills. Discover ways to easily identify, correct and avoid common mistakes to bring your painting to the next level. Enjoy an encouraging and exciting atmosphere, watch helpful demonstrations and garner plenty of insights from discussions, handouts and both individual and group critiques. (*Students may choose to either complete exercises related to each days particular lesson or select their own subject matter for painting.)

Term B
Fridays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 3 weeks, 7/11 - 7/25
Instructor: Diane Reeves
Price: $140.00

Learn to use color, value, temperature, edges, and brush work to truly capture the subjects of your oil or acrylic paintings. Gain experience with specific techniques to strengthen and advance your painting skills. Discover ways to easily identify, correct and avoid common mistakes to bring your painting to the next level. Enjoy an encouraging and exciting atmosphere, watch helpful demonstrations and garner plenty of insights from discussions, handouts and both individual and group critiques. (*Students may choose to either complete exercises related to each days particular lesson or select their own subject matter for painting.)

Term A
Fridays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/30 - 6/27
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: $225.00

Beginning with a still life, explore composition, color theory and color values. Discussions and critiques led by the instructor enhance personal artistic growth.

Term B
Fridays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Length: 3 weeks, 7/11 - 7/25
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: $140.00

Beginning with a still life, explore composition, color theory and color values. Discussions and critiques led by the instructor enhance personal artistic growth.

Term A
Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/28 - 6/25
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: $225.00

Beginning with a still life, explore composition, color theory and color values. Discussions and critiques led by the instructor enhance personal artistic growth.

Term B
Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, 6/2 - 6/23
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: $180.00

Beginning with a still life, explore composition, color theory and color values. Discussions and critiques led by the instructor enhance personal artistic growth.

Term A
Wednesdays, 4:30 - 6:30 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/28 - 6/26
Instructor: Amy Berkowitz
Price: $165.00

Cover basic techniques in creating characters with a fine art sensibility. You have the opportunity to create a character using techniques of shading, color studies and landscape development. Employ a visual painterly approach to cartooning and learn the foundations of fine art skills. Each session explores different skills, including line drawings, painting and or storyboarding. Students learn to use a variety of materials. This is a fun class and no experience is needed.

Term A
Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Course Length: 5 weeks, 5/29 - 6/26
Instructor: Sid Walesh
Price: $235.00
Clay/Firing/Glaze Fee: $40.00

Apply individual artistic interests and talents to create unique decorative and/or functional ceramic pieces, as well as representational or abstract sculptures. Learn a variety of hand- built construction techniques including carving, coil, pinch and slab methods using basic tools, forms and bracing. A slab roller and clay extruder wheel are available to all students. Advanced students proficient in throwing on the wheel have access to two Brent wheels. Projects can be finished with a variety of colorful underglazes, glaze washes and gloss glazes to achieve deep, vibrant lusters and textures.

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