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Pottery and Ceramic Weekly Day Camp

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Lakeside Pottery's 2012 Ceramic Art Weekly Summer Day Camp programs are designed for children to experience how to work in an actual pottery studio. During each weekly camp program, the participants will:

  • Learn to use the pottery wheel and throw pots successfully (we promise)
  • Learn to sculpt with clay and create beautiful art projects
  • Glaze all the projects completed during the week (four projects in total).

The summer camp activities will utilize the children's creativity and is a lot of fun. The children will have great sense of achievement and will feel very proud of what they have accomplished (see some camp projects). Classes are taught by our full time artists and instructors who are experienced with how to maximize children's discovery and creativity. By the end of the week, campers will have finished four projects and will have a good idea of what working with clay is all about. No prior pottery experience is required.

Camp sessions begin June 25, and ends on Aug 16th, 2012 .

Can enroll in one or multiple camp weeks

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Age 8 -11 Mon. to Thus., 9:00AM -12:00PM
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Age 10 -13 Mon. to Thus., 1:00PM - 4:00PM
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Note: July 4th week will be on Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri (skip Wed, Jul 4th).

  • Cost: $295 including tool set, snack, materials and firing fees ($275 if have tools)
  • Minimum Age: 8 years old (7 years old will be considered)
  • Camp schedule: Every summer week starting June 25, 2012. Mon.-Thus
  • Limited to 14 students per camp session

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