Students will be developing their drawing techniques as they learn to use the elements of art to create characters then will explore storyboards and sequential art comic stories showing movement and mood. Who knows, you may just get superpowers of your own this week!
Arts Center’s summer camps follow stringent safety guidelines. Each camp has reduced capacities, allowing for social distancing.
Half-day campers should bring a water bottle and snack. Visual art campers should wear old clothing and/or bring a smock to protect their clothes. Theatre campers should bring a lunch.
Curbside drop-off and pick up will be in effect for all camps.
Our current health climate is ever-changing and these policies may be evaluated per local and state ordinances.
Dana Rose graduated magna cum laude from the Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, GA. An artist whose palette has always sought to meld video and sound waves with paint and ink. Her wide ranging art and digital medium experience extends from radio, recording studio, and television production to corporate marketing, fundraising, web & app design, gallery exhibitions, and teaching.
In 2006, she launched her own Art & Digital Design company, Mine Studios LLC, in a quest to utilize the potential of the human imagination to excavate the infinite possibilities in the marriage of art and technology. In 2015, Rose was one of the creators of the “MoonDucky Music Theatre” App, a creative app for children to inspire exploration of art, music & theatre.