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with Carrie Beach
Did you know that diamonds, jewels, and precious metals are dug out of dirt and mud before they are made beautiful by craftspeople?
Come spend a week learning to turn common recyclable items into beautiful jewelry. We will be learning how to turn items such as newspapers, water bottles, DVDs, and other common items into different jewelry components. At the end of the week, each participant will be challenged to create a piece of jewelry using their new skills.
Introduction to Fashion Design
with Maddy Carlson
Students unleash their creativity as they learn the fashion design process in this week-long camp! They will gain experience in designing, basic sewing, pattern making, textile design, culminating in a final outfit. By the end of the week, students will have experienced the whole fashion design process just as a real fashion designer!
Intro to Graphic Design
with ByteSize Learning
Want to learn to "photoshop" or create your own graphics? Develop skills to edit, adjust, or alter photos and create stunning graphic visuals for your personal projects. Express your freedom and artistic expression through the powerful photo-editing tool of GIMP. In this introductory class, students will learn the basic capabilities and user interface of GIMP and use their acquired knowledge to create their own graphics, images or edited pictures.
Intro to Music Production
with ByteSize Learning
Love music? Well now you can learn to create your own! Discover the process of sampling, editing, and recording to make your own music from start to finish using Cakewalk by Bandlab. In this introductory course, students will learn the basic User Interface (UI) of the Bandlab Online Editor, an easier-to-use online DAW modeled after Cakewalk. Students will learn how to compose or adapt musical pieces using real or virtual instruments and effects to create musical pieces within their interest.
Introduction to Metal Casting
with Alan Shelton
Humans have been casting metal for aroud 6000 years. A copper frog is the oldest existing casting currently known; it is estimated that it was made in 3200 BC in Mesopotami. Modern casting can be much more complex, but it doesn't have to be.
In this 5-day program, students will learn about metal casting as an art form. Students will create molds that will be included in Mixxer's Night of Fire - Iron Pour event in September, plus make a metal casting to take home that week.
This program is for students in grades 9 thru 12 only.