7230 E 29th St. N. Wichita, KS 67226  |  316.683.2500  |  theartparkwichita@cox.net

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! ENROLL FOR 4 OR MORE SUMMER CAMPS BEFORE APRIL 15TH AND GET 15% OFF TOTAL

For Summer Camps only at The Art Park, not for use for weekly classes. Valid for camps through Aug. 12TH, 2020 Discount applies to all camp registrations for siblings. Camp dates are final once you enroll


Getting Ready Art Camp

Ages: 4 ½ – 7, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Each three-day camp will focus on a different theme. In addition to a guided drawing lesson, students will be exposed to a variety of related literature, exciting new media, make fun crafts, sewing, collage and clay projects. Four-year-olds must have prior pre-school experience, be able to follow multi-step directions and be able to write their name.

Tuition is $90 for three afternoons and includes all supplies and materials.

Fairies, Unicorns and Mermaids Oh My! June 1-3, Each day campers will draw or paint a mythical creature, make fun crafts such as a sparkly tooth fairy box, use metallic watercolor cream sticks and build a fairy garden!
Woodworking, June 1-3, Students will use tools such as a hammer, scroll saw, wood burning tools and drill to make unusual projects in a fully supervised, safe environment. Projects include a funny faces puzzle, bentwood bracelets, decorative wooden robots, drill spin art, wood burned tree ornaments and block art chickens. Students will also have the opportunity to practice whittling on soap and use that practical knowledge to make a spinning top from wood.

Fabulous Felines, June 8-10, Have fun drawing Pusheen cartoons, Hello Kitty, sculpting a purrrfectly cute clay cat, making collage pieces and painting a Laurel Burch inspired cat canvas. Bring a photo of your cat to draw! Kittens from KHS are coming to play!
Clay Camp, June 8-10, Get your hands dirty making a pretty hanging heart, a standing toucan, a hedgehog pencil holder and a paper-crete bowl. Campers will experience several different clays including air dry, kiln fire and homemade clays. Perfect for kids that like messy sensory experiences.
Dr. Seuss, June 15-17, Oh the places you’ll go! Make a truffula tree sculpture, draw the Lorax, Cat in the Hat, invent a Seuss-like creature, make Oobleck and participate in a Green Eggs & Ham science experiment.
Underground Worlds, June 15-17, Study several animals’ subterranean homes and draw your own underground maze habitat. Learn about ants, naked mole rats, rabbits, badgers, moles, burrowing owls and puffins. Holey Moley these are some cool animals! Visit from Great Plains Nature Center. 

Junk Art, June 15-17, Campers will make an egg carton self-portrait, a bottle cap bouquet, cd spinning tops, print with pool noodles, spin art coasters, mosaic with pebbles and assemble pinecone critters.

Flip for Dolphins, June 22-24, Calling all marine biologists! Each day draw or paint a different type of dolphin, use metallic watercolors, make a dolphin puzzle and print a cool marine themed t-shirt.

80’s Cartoon Camp, June 29-July 1, Draw your favorite characters including She-Ra and He-Man, My Little Pony, Trolls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Smurfs, Scooby-Doo and Care Bears.
Super Hero’s, June 29-July 1, In this super hero camp we will be exploring what characteristics it takes to be a super hero to create our own stop motion video, decorating our own capes and masks, drawing male and female super heroes in a comic strip and make a mixed media pop art onomatopoeia word poster.
Frozen I, July 6-8, Draw your favorite characters, make fun snowflake crafts, use metallic and liquid watercolors with different resists to draw snowflakes, use watercolor creams, paint on canvas & make homemade puffy paint. Dress as your favorite Disney princess!
Frozen II, Fashion Design Camp, July 13-15, All new lessons! Design and draw cute outfits for your favorite characters! Sew your own mini-purse, craft an ice wand and make a neat snowflake tie-dye t-shirt. Dress as your favorite Disney princess!
Star Wars, The Mandalorian, July 20-22, Baby Yoda crafts!!! This is definitely the way. Draw Baby Yoda with Mando, hand stitch a little plushie, make alien slime, a junk art laser gun and draw cool intergalactic creatures.
Extreme Media & Slime I, July 27-29, Campers will love all the process art projects in this messy, hands on camp! We will make metallic rainbow paper, abstract string art paintings, cd tops, chalk dust paintings, splatter paint and water marbling on silk. Make a different type of slime each day!
Extreme Media &Slime II, Aug. 3-5, All New Lessons! Learn how to do screen printing on a t-shirt, glue batik, felt projects, make foam puffy paint and experiment with the magic milk process. Please bring a white t-shirt to print on. Make a different type of slime each day!
Robot Camp, Aug. 10-12, All new lessons! Draw a flip book, paint a canvas and make fun crafts: stamp with Legos, roll dice to mix and match your own robot, make a wooden ornament and a robot puppet that does jumping jacks.


Basic Drawing Art Camp

Ages: 8-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Each three-day camp will focus on a different theme. Drawing are guided; perfect for the beginner elementary age student to learn skills or for the more advanced elementary aged student to improve upon existing skills. Camps are also fun for adults to take with their youth. Students will experience fun mixed media projects, complete several finished pieces and make neat advanced craft projects.

Tuition is $90 for each camp and includes all supplies and materials.

Woodworking, June 1-3, Students will use tools such as a hammer, scroll saw, wood burning tools and drill to make unusual projects in a fully supervised, safe environment. Projects include a funny faces puzzle, bentwood bracelets, decorative wooden robots, drill spin art, wood burned tree ornaments and block art chickens. Students will also have the opportunity to practice whittling on soap and use that practical knowledge to then make spinning tops from wood.
Girls Rule! June 1-3, Meet courageous women who helped free slaves, explore the wilderness, rule a nation and create incredible works of art. Create works of art depicting Cleopatra, Harriet Tubman, Frida Kahlo and Sacagawea. Campers will also design a custom GIRL POWER t-shirt to take home.
Clay Camp, June 8-10, Get your hands dirty making a pretty hanging heart, a standing toucan, a hedgehog pencil holder and a paper-crete bowl. Campers will experience several different clays including air dry, kiln fire and homemade clays. Perfect for kids that like messy sensory experiences.

Crazy Cat Lady Camp! June 8-10, This is the perfect camp for any age person that loves cats! We will paint, draw and collage your favorite felines, bring a photo of your cat to draw one on one with the instructor. Fun cat crafts too such as air dry clay sculptures and Laurel Burch inspired collages. Kittens are coming from the KHS!!!

Junk Art, June 15-17, Campers will make an egg carton self-portrait, a bottle cap bouquet, cd spinning tops, print with pool noodles, spin art coasters, mosaic with pebbles and assemble pinecone critters.

Dapper Animals, June 22-24, Play with shapes, color and design to draw these patterned animals with attitude! Each student will complete a 16×20 canvas. These highly decorated, quirky animals will be purrrfect for decorating your bedroom! Visit from chickens in tutus!

Optical Illusions, June 29-July 1, In this exciting “Op Art” class students will learn how to create work that can trick the eye by combining or layering different lines, patterns and shapes. Projects include radial paper designs, parabolic lines, a waving flag, op art cubes. Great for anyone that enjoys art, math or making things. 
Batik, July 6-8, Batik is one of the oldest fabric decorating forms. Campers will create unique works of art on a t-shirt, flour sack towels, a sunset wall hanging and print with antique sari stamp blocks.
The Eyes Have It! July 6-8, Learn how to draw human, animal and dragon eyes realistically and the science behind how our eyes work. Students will play several fun vision related drawing games to push their drawing skills, creativity and observational skills. Animals and naturalists will visit from the Great Plains Nature Center!
Nature Calls! Canvas Painting, July 13-15, Answer nature’s call and explore the artistic beauty all around us. Campers will paint a GIANT floral still life of flower cuttings from our campus gardens. This is the perfect camp to learn the basics of acrylic paints and explore tints and shades.
Chinese Watercolor Painting I, July 13-15, Get your passports ready, we’re off to China! Students will use bamboo brushes to paint Chinese style flowers, butterflies and mountains, collage Chinese lanterns and make a clay rat to celebrate the Year of the Rat.
Chinese Watercolor Painting II, July 20-22 All new lessons! Paint a panda on canvas, draw a Chinese dragon with glitter pens, a Lion Dancer, learn about the Terracotta Warriors and draw with Conte crayons.
Star Wars, The Mandalorian, July 20-22, Baby Yoda crafts!!! This is *definitely* the way. Draw Baby Yoda with the Mandalorian, hand stitch a little plushie, make alien slime, a junk art laser gun and draw cool creatures.
Extreme Media I, July 27-29, Campers will love all the process art projects in this messy, hands on camp! We will make metallic rainbow paper, abstract string art paintings, cd tops, chalk dust paintings, splatter paint and water marbling on silk.
Vintage Video Games, July 27-29, Come draw your favorite characters from Zelda, Mario, Donkey Kong and more! Students will choose to draw pixelated or animated versions of their characters. Bring in old games, controllers or collectables to make a shadow box of your collection!
Extreme Media II, Aug. 3-5, All New Lessons! Learn how to do screen printing on a t-shirt, glue batik, felt projects, make foam puffy paint and experiment with the magic milk process.
Bob Ross Camp, Aug. 10-12, Let’s make some happy trees on a canvas as we wear Bob Ross wigs and invoke his charming, peaceful outlook to complete a different Bob inspired landscape each day. Campers will use acrylic, gouche and watercolor to complete their scenes of beauty.


Science Club Camp,

Ages: 6-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Science Club Camps are hands on learning for curios kids. These experiments are all generated in house by our fantastic science teacher Miss Becky.

Tuition is $90 for each camp and includes all supplies and materials.

• Harry Potter Science, June 8-10, Experience what it’s like to be a student at Hogwarts! Young scientists will dissect owl pellets, construct a magnetic wand, learn to care for magical creatures, brew potions, construct a flying snitch launcher, design and build Hagrid’s hut, make slime and a Marauders Map.
Paleontologist Camp, June 15-17, Make fossil imprints, excavate plaster fossils, design and build 3D dinos, draw and paint a different dino each day and reproduce a cave painting with natural ingredients. This is where art and science meet! 
Geo Kids, July 6-8, Calling all rock collectors! Students will examine rocks, minerals, and fossils to see how each are formed and conduct tests to study the characteristics of each. Young scientists will simulate the fascinating cycles of our planet through hands on projects and experiments including, make a model of planet earth out of dough, edible candy rocks, grow crystals to take home, paint geodes, learn about caves and play fun games to learn about our dynamic earth.
Chemistry in the Kitchen, July 27-29, In here you are the scientist and the kitchen is your laboratory! Learn about how common ingredients affect the food you eat, test your theories and then eat your experiments. This is food for thought! *Peanut and nut free ingredients used.
Mini Medics, Aug. 3-5, As you can imagine the human body is quite complicated. Our young medics will learn about anatomy and the different systems in the body by doing fun, hands on experiments and activities. On the last day the classroom will be set up as a Dr. office with “patients” to diagnose, x-rays to look at & pulses to take.
Star Wars Science, Aug. 10-12, The Star Wars galaxy is full of cool creatures and amazing inventions. Now you can create some for yourself! Design and build your own worker droid, learn the secret to making a successful hovercraft, make Jabba slime, work together to build the best volcano and mix up some Kyber crystals.


Learning With Legos Camp,

Ages: 6-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Tuition is $90 for each camp and includes all supplies and materials.

Lego Corp. has designed several advanced language arts, math and applied science sets and curriculums for classroom use. Many of these different sets will be used in camp in addition to using technology such as a Sphero, Botley, Osmo, and iPads to complete challenges presented. Each camp will have different activities and projects. Students with different interests will all enjoy the variety in each camp.

Engineering Challenges, June 22-24, Campers will enjoy learning about simple machines to complete engineering building challenges, make cool contraptions and reinforce STEM basics in a fun environment. Students will work independently as well as in teams to complete challenges.
Technology Challenges, Aug. 3-5, Campers will have fun rotating between several technology stations each day. Fun challenges include making mazes for the Sphero Ball, create a mandala with Osmo, invent new robots to help humans and much more!


Young Chefs Cooking Camps,

Ages: 4-7 and 8-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Each day students will participate in baking/cooking projects, eat a snack and (hopefully!) take treats home to share! Younger students will take turns adding ingredients for a group project while older children will work in pairs following along with instructors guided demonstration. Children will participate in food related games and crafts time permitting.

Tuition for the three afternoons is $90 and includes all supplies.

Harry Potter in the Kitchen June 22-24, ages 4 ½-7, We will make a replica of Harry’s 11th Birthday cake, Lemon Pops, Cauldron Cakes (pancakes), Butter Beer, and homemade ice cream with fun toppings such as troll boogers, unicorn blood and chocolate frogs.
Harry Potter in the Kitchen June 29-July 1, ages 8-12, please see description above.

Just a Taste, July 13-15, ages 4 ½-7: Appetizers and snacks galore! We will make bacon wrapped smokies, cheese balls on pretzels, Mexican pinwheels, bruschetta and mini meatballs.
Just a Taste, July 20-22, ages 8-12, please see description above.


Kid’s Day Out, 9:00-4:00

Every Friday, Ages: 4-12

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Come have a fun, enriching experience during summer break! Children will get creative rotating between art and craft stations, have center time, play outside weather permitting, participate in gym class with Coach Mark, dance & acro with Kelcy’s Dance Studio, twirling with A+ Twirling Academy and music theatre with Miss Marcee from Music Together. A variety of art materials will be used each day; dress in clothes that can get messy, wear tennis shoes and sunscreen. Bring a sack lunch, snacks and water bottle. 

Meets 9:00-4:00 each day, geared for ages 4-12. Tuition is $40 per person per day.

May 26, Onward characters: Come draw your favorite characters from the movie, color with Copic design markers and chalk pastel, make an air dry clay mushroom and rock slime!
May 27, Super Hero theme: Wear your favorite super hero costume! Come draw your favorite characters, decorate a felt mask, participate in an obstacle course.
May 28, Disney Villains: Do you dig, Cruella, Ursula and Maleficent? Then join us to get a mani or pedi in creepy colors, get your face painted, make a magic wand and horns to wear.
May 29, Dragons: Draw a dragon, use watercolor creams for glittery scales & gems, and craft a 3D junk art dragon.

June 5, Extreme Media: Bring a white cotton t-shirt to dye and make crazy art concoctions and slime!
June 12, Harry Potter: Make a wand, paint Hedwig on canvas, craft your favorite characters from junk art and create crazy potions out of common household ingredients.
June 19, Frozen: Watercolor your favorite character, make pretty snowflake prints with shimmery metallic paint, craft an ice wand and assemble a snowflake ornament. Wear your favorite costume and meet Elsa live!
June 26, Sponge Bob: Come draw your favorite characters from the movie and color with Copic design markers and watercolor then make a cute clay snail.
July 3, American Eagle Optical Illusion on Canvas: Learn about optical illusions for the flag background while painting a realistic American Bald Eagle. Math + art = cool. Animal visit from the Great Plains Nature Center!
July 10, Baby Yoda: Can’t beat his cuteness, right?! We will paint Baby Yoda and make Jabba slime. Live Jedi will be in attendance to teach light saber skills. Dress like your favorite character!
July 17, Lego: Have fun completing mazes and puzzles with Botley and a Sphero Ball, fun engineering challenges and take home original crafts made with wood burning tools.
July 24, Minions: Have fun painting Minions on canvas and crafting with felt, foam and paint to bring your little yellow men to life. Bring your swim suit and spray sunscreen for water play in the afternoon!

July 31, Mosaic: Make a beautiful glass mosaic animal, ornament, picture frame or small flowerpot.

Aug. 3, Pets: Collage your favorite animal, get messy with air dry clay and enjoy a critter visi!
Aug. 4, Unicorns, Dragons and Fairies Oh My: If you like mythical creatures this is your day! Several different creatures will be offered to draw and fun media including pastels, watercolor, metallic paints and more!
Aug. 5, Sonic the Hedgehog: Draw Sonic and make a cute hedgehog from scrap wood and nails.
Aug. 6, Nature Calls: Paint a flower still life on canvas, make a pet rock & enjoy a visit from the GPNC animals!
Aug. 7, Bob Ross: Let’s make some happy trees on a canvas as we wear Bob Ross wigs and invoke his charming, peaceful outlook to complete a landscape. Also make an ornament from a wood slice and use wood burning tools.
Aug. 10, Woodworking: Whittle a spinning top, cut out your name with a jig saw and paint your creations.
Aug. 11, Dolphins on Canvas: You’ll flip for this project! Students will enjoy learning about coral reefs, dolphins and fun water medias.
Aug. 12, Gyotaku: This is the traditional method of printing fish to make stunning works of art. But don’t worry, we will be using silicon fish replicas and not the real thing! Please bring a t-shirt to print on.
Aug. 13, Geo Kid’s Science Club: Have fun analyzing rock collections, fossils, doing experiments and making your own fossils to take home. If you love rocks or dinos you will love these fun activities!
Aug. 14, Watercolor & Printmaking: Have fun painting geodes with watercolor and printing images of your favorite animals.

 


Weekly Classes at the Monart School of Art

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When we say “we can teach anyone how to draw,” we really mean it! Our patented, step-by-step method is perfect for the pre-school through elementary aged artist. Teens and adult artists alike will enjoy and benefit from the drawing challenges and exercises assigned in the Intermediate level classes. Our classrooms are safe, comfortable environments where students feel free to create and problem solve. We believe there is no right or wrong, better or best, or “mistakes” in art. We believe it is an opportunity to problem solve and grow as an artist. Come discover the Monart difference!

First Steps, Ages: 2 ½ – 5 Improves fine motor skills in our youngest artists in a relaxed pre-school setting. This is the perfect stepping stone for any child who has not attended school yet. The theme for the summer is “Under the Sea.” Thurs. 10-11:30

Getting Ready, Ages: 4 ½ – 7 This class focuses on realistic drawing skills and helps to improve spatial awareness, task completion, fine motor skills and following directions. Mon. 10:00-11:00; Thurs. 1:00-2:00, Sat. 10:00-11:00

Basic Drawing, Ages: 7-12 Students will hone realistic drawing skills and learn how to create more realistic fur, feather and scale patterns for animals as well as proportion and detail. Mon. 10:00-11:00; Thurs. 1:00-2:00; Sat. 11:00-noon.

Teen and Adult Intermediate Level Drawing and Painting Students of all experience levels welcome. Start the semester by practicing drawing exercises and then graduate to more complex lessons all while having the support and direction of our master teacher, Charles Baughman. Many of the drawing exercises and lesson plans are adapted from college courses. Mon. 9:30-11:30 or 4:30-6:00; Wed. 9:30-11:30 and Thurs. 4:30-6:00

Sculpture/Clay Class, Ages: 5-12 Students will create a variety of projects including “junk art,” paper mache, clay hand building, assemblage, woodworking, jewelry making and much more! Thurs. 1:00-2:00

 

Summer Enrollment Procedure:

We are holding class for 11 weeks: June 1-Aug. 15. Pre-pay for 10 classes and choose which dates you can attend. If you attend all 11 classes, tuition for the last class will be due the first week of Aug. (Saturday students plan to attend one week at an alternate time due to the 4th of July holiday as the studio will be closed that day). Students are welcome to start mid-semester upon availability. Prices are as follows for 10 weeks and includes the once a year $15 per person registration fee and all supplies.

 

1 hour class: $195.00 1 ½ hour class: $215.00 2 hour class: $265.00
(Drop in prices for out of town guests: 1hr: $20 1 ½ hr: $25 2 hr: $30)