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Savannah summer camps 2020: Virtual & half day in-person camps @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center

Monday, June 8th, 2020

Savannah summer camps 2020 Telfair Art Jepson Center

 

Telfair Museums in Savannah has a brand new schedule of in-person and virtual camps for Summer 2020, completely redesigned to ensure social distancing and health and safety protocols while providing engaging, fun, and educational experiences for young people.

Space is limited. Register online here as soon as possible.

In-Person Camps @ Jepson Center 

Digital Photography Camp
June 29 – July 3 (Ages 10-12 years)
July 6 – 10 (Ages 13-16 years)

Summer Art Club! Painting and Drawing Camps
July 13 – 17 (Ages 9-12 years)
July 20 – 24 (Ages 12-14 years)
July 27 – 31 (Ages 9-12 years)
August 3 – 7 (Ages 12-14 years)

Parent-Child Art Club: Afternoon Adventures in Art
(Ages pre-K – 8 years, and parents or caregivers)
June 29-August 3

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NEW! Virtual Camps & Youth Classes

Virtual Art with the Pros Class
(Ages 6-10 years)
June 29 – August 3

Virtual Video Game Camp
July 6-10 (Ages 12-14 years)

Virtual Crafters’ Class/Crafting with S.T.E.A.M.
June 29- August 3 (Ages 8-12 years)

Register online here

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Savannah after-school activities: Fall 2017 Youth Classes @ Telfair Museums Jepson Center

Friday, August 25th, 2017

Telfair Museums Youth art classes drawing children's photography

Telfair Museums Jepson Center in Savannah is offering these enticing Fall 2017 youth art classes:

Portfolio Builder Fall Session: Youth Drawing I
Ages 10-14
4.30-6PM, Thursdays, Sept. 7- Oct. 5, Jepson Center
This class is designed to help upper-elementary and middle school students improve their drawing skills. In Drawing I, students will develop an understanding of foundational drawing, a great class for students to develop their art portfolios. New students welcome! Museum members $100, non-members $125. Register online here or call 912.790.8823.

Analog Photography Basics
Ages 10-14
1-5PM, Nov. 18-19, Jepson Center
Have you ever wondered how analog photography works? In this two-day workshop, you will get an introduction to 35mm film and how to use a darkroom. Students will shoot and develop their own film, as well as make photograms and silver gelatin photographs with enlargers. Museum members $100, non-members $125. Register online here or call 912.790.8823.

Exploring Cyanotype
Ages 10-14
1-5PM, Dec. 15-16, Jepson Center
Cyanotype is a photographic chemistry that dates back to the 1840s and makes beautiful blue-toned images. In the first day of this workshop, students will learn how to coat paper to make it light-sensitive, and create photograms from different objects. Students will also be able to shoot photographs with digital cameras and learn to make large negatives for creating cyanotype photographs. Museum members $100, non-members $125. Register online here or call 912.790.8823.

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JEPSON CENTER
207 W. York St. Savannah, 31401

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Photography, Videogame Design, Tech, Art, Electronics Camps @ Telfair Museums, Savannah

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Summer Camps Savannah STEM Computers Photography Telfair Museums in Savannah offers a wide variety of summer camps including Raising STEAM: Technology, Art, and Electronics; Videogame Development; Videogame Design with Scratch; Photography; Drawing; Art with the Pros; Crafters Camp; Museum Explorations Pre-K Camp.

To register for the 2016 Telfair Museums Summer Camps, click here or call 912.790.8823.

Summer Camps 2016 @ Telfair Museums Jepson Center in Savannah.

Portfolio Builder: Drawing Camp
Session A: ages 10–14, May 31–June 3, 9am–3pm
Session B: ages 10–14, July 5–8, 9am–3pm
Members $160 / non-members $180
This four-day camp helps upper-elementary and middle school students improve their drawing skills and begin the process of developing art portfolios. Students focus on measurement, proportion, perspective, and use of value to create volume and space. The camp also includes practice portraiture and sketching from clothed models to create a comprehensive, professional experience. Register here. 

Master Artist Photography
Session A: ages 10–12, June 6–10, 9am–3pm
Session B: ages 13–16, June 13–17, 9am–3pm
Members $200 / non-members $235
This intensive, weeklong program offers hands-on skills with both digital and manual cameras, exploring black-and-white photography, digital photography, and the basic functions of 35mm cameras. Instructors emphasize the advancements of digital media and Photoshop, while also covering conventional methods of film photography, including pinhole cameras, to supplement the experience. Using the documentary photography exhibition Elvis at 21 as inspiration, this program takes students on “location” shoots in the historic district and culminates with a reception and exhibition of their photographs in the Jepson Center. Register here. 

Raising STEAM: Technology, Art, and Electronics
Ages: 10–12
June 20–24, 9am–3pm
Members $200 / non-members $235
This comprehensive STEAM camp allows young people to explore the artistic potential of technology. In this weeklong camp, students use a variety of technologies and methods to create art and express themselves. Students gain skills in 3D printing, Photoshop, and basic computer programming with Arduino microcontrollers. They also learn how to solder their own electronic noise toys, plus much more! This program culminates with a reception and exhibition of participants’ work in the Jepson Center. Register here. 

Art with the Pros!
Session A: ages 6–10, June 27–July 1, 9am–3pm
Session B: ages 10–12, July 11–15, 9am–3pm
Members $175 / non-members $195
Each day, this weeklong camp features a different local artist providing a unique lesson based on his or her medium of expertise. Lunch in Telfair Square (weather permitting), breaks and games in ArtZeum, and special tours of the galleries are all included. Students learn to give and receive constructive criticism on their art, and the program culminates with a reception and exhibition of student work in the Jepson Center. Register here. 

Videogame Development
Session A: ages 14–18, June 20–24, 9am–3pm
Session B: ages 12–14, July 18–22, 9am–3pm
Members $175 / non-members $195
Full STEAM ahead! In this weeklong camp, students design and build their own videogames! Using open source game-making software, young adults learn the basics of computer programming from scratch, while also getting the chance to invent worlds, create characters, and play games. This summer camp culminates with a reception and exhibition of student videogames in the Jepson Center. Register here. 

Museum Explorations Pre-K Camp
Ages: 4–6
July 25–29, 9am–12pm
Members $100 / non-members $125
Stave off the summer doldrums! Exploring Telfair Museums’ three sites and exhibitions has never been so much fun. Each day, participants explore a new exhibit and learn to create the very same type of art seen in the galleries. This program helps children find inspiration through drawing, painting, and printmaking, immersing them in innovative arts lessons taught by professional artists. Register here. 

Crafters Camp
Ages: 8–11
July 18–22, 9am–3pm
Members $175 / non-members $195
The ultimate experience for crafty kids, this camp is crammed with a variety of exciting craft projects, including screenprinting, knitting, friendship bracelets, calligraphy, face painting, and much more. In this weeklong camp, students explore techniques in a rich array of crafts to inspire and develop their talents as independent makers. Register here. 

Videogame Design with Scratch
Ages: 12–14
July 25–29, 9am–12pm
Members $100 / non-members $125
This summer camp teaches students how to create their own videogames using Scratch, a colorful programming environment that makes it easy to bring interactive stories to life. In class, students collaborate on developing a game from its origin to its final polish. This is a fun and informative way to introduce younger students to the art of videogame design. Register here. 

Scholarships for summer art camps are made possible by Kathy Von Hollen on behalf of the Margaret F. Perryman Charitable Trust. Additional support is provided by Hargray Communications.

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Summer Youth Art Camps for ages 10 & older @ The Studio School, Savannah

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Studio School Drawing Painting Summer Classes Savannah

Summer is about letting go, having fun and exploring. The Studio School in Savannah tailored their classes with this in mind.

Week-long Youth Art Summer 2016 Classes available for ages 10 & older.

Pre-register by sending the week(s) and class(es) you are interested in to info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com.

See camps descriptions here.

Summer Youth Programs (weekdays)

June 20-June 24: Characters from Fiction & Fantasy
9AM-3PM (5 day)
Ages 10 & older
$225 materials included
See camp description here.
Pre-register by sending the week(s) & class(es) you are interested in to info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com
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June 27- July 1: Personal Project Open Studio
9AM-3PM (5 day)
Ages 10 & older
$225 materials included
See camp description here.
Pre-register by sending the week(s) & class(es) you are interested in to info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com
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July 6-July 8: Classic Photography, Theory & Practice as related to the digital age
9AM-3PM (3 day)
Ages 12 & older
$135
See camp description here.
Pre-register by sending the week(s) & class(es) you are interested in to info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com
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July 11- July 15- No Youth Camp
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July 18-July 22: Still Life as Story
9AM-3PM (5 day)
Ages 12 & older
$225 materials included
See camp description here.
Pre-register by sending the week(s) & class(es) you are interested in to info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com
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July 25-July 29: Multiples of Mixed Media
9AM-3PM (5 day)
Ages 10 & older
$225 materials included
See camp description here.
Pre-register by sending the week(s) & class(es) you are interested in to info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com
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The Studio School, 1319 Bull Street, Suite B Savannah, 31401, tel. (912) 484-6415, email info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com thestudioschoolsavannah.com, The Studio School is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser

Beginner Photography Savannah Workshop for Moms & Dads, Feb. 28

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Photo workshop for moms Savannah

Is your fancy digital camera still in full auto – just like it was when you first took it out of the box? Why not sign up for Shuman Fine Art Photography’s beginner’s photography class and learn how to get more from your camera and take better pictures!

Class is Sat. Feb. 28, 10:30AM-2:15PM. Sign up by clicking here. 

This class is PERFECT for mom and dads who desire better family snapshots! The class will cover:

-10 Tips for Taking Better Photos and how to get your kids to cooperate
-How to get off auto mode
-Training Wheels
-How your lighting matters
-Using your Camera’s Basic Settings
-Lens Overview
-Practice shooting indoors and out
WHAT’S INCLUDED:
-snacks
-cheat sheet for your camera bag
-swag bag
-Printed notes covering the lessons taught so that you can continue to practice and refine your skills at home
-A private Facebook group to stay connected and help each other learn even after class is over
-FUN!
WHAT TO BRING:
-DSLR camera OR point and shoot camera
-camera manual
-pen and paper (in case I say something mind blowing and you want to remember it)
-any extra lens you may have
– Lot’s of ?????’s

The three and a half hour group class is $135 per person (with an option to pay only half down). Class size is limited to 7 students so everyone will have an opportunity to ask specific questions. Reserve your spot today! Click here to register.

Check our their professional work here: www.shumanfineartphotography.com For more information, email Jillane Tucker at jillanes@shumanphoto.com or call 912.826.4447.

Jillane Tucker, Shuman Fine Art Photography.com, email jillanes@shumanphoto.com, 912.826.4447 http://www.shumanfineartphotography.com/ Shuman Fine Art Photography is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser