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Boca Raton 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:
Tues, Wed & Fri
Thurs
Saturday & Sunday
Mondays & holidays


10AM - 5PM
10AM - 8PM
NOON - 5PM
CLOSED

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


FREE
FREE
$12
$10
FREE
   

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 T4
Fri, Sat & Sun, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 1 weeks, March 4, 2016
Instructor: Miles Laventhall
Price: 350
Model Fee: 45

Term T3
Monday, 9:00 - Noon
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts January 4, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 260
Lab Fee: 30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter's wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.

Term T3
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts January 4, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 260
Lab Fee: 30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter's wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.

Term T3
Tuesday, 9:00 AM - Noon
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts January 5, 2016
Instructor: Barbara Brown
Price: 325
Model Fee: 50

Learn skills to depict the human form in three dimensions from a live nude model. Discover the advantages of working with clay and gain knowledge of sculptural concepts and basic anatomy. Students may work in a traditional direct observation manner or incorporate other forms to express their own personality in the sculpture.

Term T3
Saturday, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts January 9, 2016
Instructor: Lori Gregory
Price: 285
Lab Fee: 45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.
Term T3
Thursday, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts January 7, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 285
Lab Fee: 45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.
Term T4
Monsday, 9:00 - Noon
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts Feb 29, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 300
Lab Fee: 45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter's wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.

Term T4
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts Feb 29, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 300
Lab Fee: 45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.

Term T4
Tuesday, 9:00 AM - Noon
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts March 1, 2016
Instructor: Barbara Brown
Price: 260
Model Fee: 40

Learn skills to depict the human form in three dimensions from a live nude model. Discover the advantages of working with clay and gain knowledge of sculptural concepts and basic anatomy. Students may work in a traditional direct observation manner or incorporate other forms to express their own personality in the sculpture.

Term T4
Saturday, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts March 5, 2016
Instructor: Lori Gregory
Price: 260
Lab Fee: 40

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.
Term T4
Thursday, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts March 3, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 260
Lab Fee: 40

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.
Term T5
Monday, 9:00 - Noon
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts April 18, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 260
Lab Fee: 30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter's wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.

Term T5
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts April 18, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 260
Lab Fee: 30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.

Term T5
Tuesday, 9:00 AM - Noon
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts April 19, 2016
Instructor: Barbara Brown
Price: 215
Model Fee: 30

Learn skills to depict the human form in three dimensions from a live nude model. Discover the advantages of working with clay and gain knowledge of sculptural concepts and basic anatomy. Students may work in a traditional direct observation manner or incorporate other forms to express their own personality in the sculpture.

Term T5
Saturday, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts April 23, 2016
Instructor: Lori Gregory
Price: 215
Lab Fee: 30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.
Term T5
Thursday, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts April 21, 2016
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: 215
Lab Fee: 30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand-building techniques as well as the use of a potter?s wheel to create decorative and functional objects, such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces. Discover a variety of ways to enhance your form using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and clay slips.
Term T3
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts January 4, 2016
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: 245

Drawing is the foundation of all the visual arts, and learning to draw from observation is fundamental. Exercises teach how to create a sense of three-dimensional form and space on paper. Explore the versatility of pencil and charcoal and how to use line, gesture, shading, and shape to create a composition.
Term T3
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts February 29, 2016
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: 295

Drawing is the foundation of all the visual arts, and learning to draw from observation is fundamental. Exercises teach how to create a sense of three-dimensional form and space on paper. Explore the versatility of pencil and charcoal and how to use line, gesture, shading, and shape to create a composition.
Term T3
Monday, 9:00 AM - NOON
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts January 4, 2016
Instructor: Jane McIntyre
Price: 245
Model Fee: 25

Designed for students who already have a grasp of basic drawing techniques, this class focuses on form, structure, and expression. Students are encouraged to identify their personal drawing style as they draw still-lifes and progress to figure drawing in the last two sessions.
Term T3
Thursday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts January 7, 2016
Instructor: Suzanne Scherer & Pavel Ouporov
Price: 320
Model Fee: 65

Drawing from the nude model, learn the traditional method of depicting the human figure based on direct observation and timeless techniques. Gain an understanding of human anatomy from the simple geometric forms to the more complex structures of the body. Proportion, light, value, spatial relationships, perspective, and design principles are explored.
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