We have continued to explore themes such as; Eco-art, environmental stewardship, public art, nature, surface design, landscapes, set design, upcycling, tie-dye, Community, using a variety of mediums such as; storytelling, drama, music, foraged nature, clay, paint, fabric, textiles, felting, homemade inks, drawing, collage, stencil.
No two camps are the same, so pick one, pick two or join us for the whole summer!
All our camps are located at MapleWood House – 399 Seymour River Pl, North Vancouver, BC V7H 1S6
Emerging Artists Inspired By Public Art on the North Shore July 4 – 8
Young Artists will explore a broad range of art media and techniques, including painting, printmaking, textiles, sculpture, bookmaking, and clay.
Eco Makers Inspired by Nature | July 11 – 15
Throughout the week artists will explore a variety of art medias and techniques using foraged and upcycled materials, felt and textiles, clay, homemade inks and paint. Our focus will be around environmental stewardship through art making.
Impressions and Expressions | July 18-22
An introduction to the principles of surface design, using techniques such as drawing, collage, and stencils, to create beautiful prints and stamps.
Actout! Inspired by Farm Animals | July 25 – 29
Drawing inspiration from the animals living on Maplewood farm, campers will make animal puppets, brainstorm characters for them and make mini sets for an end-of-camp show
Memory on Cloth Inspired by Traditional Textile Cultures from Around the World | Aug 8 -12
Learn how to dye fabric and create patterns using traditional tie-dye and Shibori resist dyeing techniques
Imagine. Create. Perform. Inspired by Music. | Aug 15 – 19
Join us for a storytelling adventure this summer. This creative camp will take young artists on a journey into your imagination. Build confidence and knowledge while exploring storytelling in fun and interesting ways.
You Are Here. Inspired by the histories of our Shorelines | Aug 22-26
During the week young artists will create in a variety of mediums including foraged nature materials, homemade inks, textiles, clay and paint. We will explore themes of environmental stewardship, community, and the power our imaginations have in shaping a better future.