The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts is thrilled to provide a pleasurable and engaging range of summer time visual and performing arts camps for youth among the ages of 9 and 18 several years previous.  Each camp is a week extensive and attributes superior-quality arts instructors who tailor each and every camp to their members. 

“We have each visual arts camps and theater camps to choose from this summer months.  There is seriously some thing for absolutely everyone!  We know young persons have long gone by a ton in the earlier yr, so we have intended camps that will emphasize Pleasurable, creative imagination and self-expression.” claimed OCCA Arts Training Manager, Sara Siggelkow.

These will be the first in-human being packages available by OCCA because before the pandemic.  Course measurements are incredibly constrained so people are inspired to enroll these days!  Additional information and facts like the camp’s COVID protocols is readily available now at www.coastarts.org/camps.

The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts manages the Newport Visual Arts Centre and the Newport Carrying out Arts Centre, and serves as the regional arts council for Oregon’s Central Coastline.

Dates: July 12-16, 9am-12pm

Ages: Students 6-8 – all experience ranges welcome

Instructors: Amy Pattison, Eileen Hearne, Sara Siggelkow

Tuition:  $135 – scholarships are accessible

Artwork Camp at the Newport Visual Arts Center delivers an astounding possibility for your younger artists to have fun and check out hands-on artmaking. Camp features a wide range of things to do, games, outdoor adventure, and Fun! Jobs assistance make on a basis of art tactics and concepts. The resulting artwork will be section of a general public exhibit at the Newport Visible Arts heart. Introduce your young youngster to the motions and rhythms of creativeness, and the hues, designs, and materials of artmaking.

Ages: Students 11-18 – all experience levels welcome

Tuition:  $225 – scholarships are out there

   Monday-Thursday: 9am-3pm

   Friday: 9am-2pm (rehearsal), 6:30pm (performance)

This week-extensive theater camp at the Newport Doing Arts Center explores the concept: “Shakespeare ON Enjoy.”  Participants will function on a display (costumes provided!) crafted on a assortment of scenes from a number of of Shakespeare’s will work all involving Appreciate.  Some are humorous.  Some are significant.  Some are foolish.  All will challenge the actors and involve excellence. And who knows…William Shakespeare himself may well make an visual appeal!

Dates: July 12-16, 9am-4pm

Ages: Students 10-13 – all practical experience ranges welcome

Instructors: Nathan Bush, Stacy Fischer

Tuition:  $225 – scholarships are obtainable

Be part of us at the Newport Executing Arts Center in a inventive, supportive, and encouraging atmosphere. Expertise the creativeness of theater though producing new friends and obtaining enjoyment! Camp personnel contains credentialed, expert performing arts instructors who will help learners as they examine the artistic system of generating theater in a place in which they can convey by themselves, join with other people, and be who they are. Young actors of all talent levels are welcome, from novices to seasoned thespians alike. All you require is a little curiosity and a appreciate for performing!

Dates: July 26-30, 9am-4pm

Ages: Pupils 9-12 – all practical experience concentrations welcome

Tuition:  $225 – scholarships are offered

Art Camp at the Newport Visual Arts Middle delivers an wonderful prospect for your young artists to have entertaining and take a look at hands-on artmaking. Camp includes a assortment of routines, games, outdoor journey, and Enjoyment! Jobs assist construct on a basis of artwork strategies and ideas. The resulting artwork will be part of a community exhibit at the Newport Visual Arts Center. Performing with various media and resources, campers will discover to interpret the globe all over them in new techniques. Did we mention Enjoyable?

For far more information, call Sara Siggelkow, OCCA Arts Training Manager, at [email protected] or (541) 574-3364.