River Tree Arts

Summer Camps 2015

 

Teen Intensives | Ceramics  | Metals | Sewing | Visual Art |

Jewelry | Theatre | Robotics | Juggling | Ages 4-18

 

                EFKA        boho 3        clay kids

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Paint your own pottery Tuesdays, 2-4pm. With Megan Holtham

* NEW* July 7-August 18
Join us in our pottery studio for this drop in event to paint your own bisque ware. Choose from platters, mugs, bowls & more. Use glaze to design & paint bisque ware that will then be fired in our kiln, making it food-safe & durable. Pick up the following week or we can ship it to you! Prices for pottery vary. Suitable for all ages & families; children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult. NO sign ups needed! Simply stop by the pottery studio any Tuesday July 7 through August 18.

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Live On Stage! Theatre Camp.  With Ann Guiney. June 22-26. 9-3pm

9-3pm. Grades entering K-5. $225/members, $245/non members. A great introduction to performing arts in a fun & encouraging camp. Students will spend time during the week working on a script and songs, allowing for a full 3o minute show. Theater games will also be incorporated. No experience necessary, all abilities welcome. Max 20

Art Builders. With Megan Holtham. June 23-25. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 1-3. $65/members, $72/non members.  Students will make 3-Dimensional sculptures using clay, found objects and manipulated craft materials.  The exploration of different mediums, including paints, will expand children’s creative thinking skills & imagination. The students will complete both fun individual and collaborative projects from start to finish and will be able to take home beautiful hand made sculptures at the end of the week. Camp will end with an art show for family & friends: June 25, 11:45am. Max 8

Preschool Art School.  With Carrie Lepordo. June 30-July 2.  9-12pm.

9-12pm. Ages 4-6. $65/members, $72/non members. Young artists will be let loose in the children’s art studio! They will explore multiple mediums in the art room with techniques tailored to preschoolers. Watercolors, pastel, paint, self dry clay & more. Campers will have lots of priceless artwork to bring home at the end of the week.  Please dress for a busy day in the art room. Max 8

Therapeutic Art Camp. With Carrie Lepordo. June 30-July 2. 1-4pm.

1-4pm. Grades entering 1-5. $65/members, $72/non members. Children are invited to express themselves through art, while being introduced to a theme for the week that incorporates three key issues, communication, socialization and imagination. Each class will be structured to have a beginning, middle and end with clear boundaries. The teacher is able to adapt to the different needs of functioning displayed by each individual child. Each class will begin with a brief transitional exercise to allow time to become comfortable with the materials and environment. This camp is designed for campers with learning or emotional challenges and/or physical limitations. Max 6

Carrie is a licensed and experienced Art Teacher/ Art Therapist. Although many summer camps offer art programs, the trained art therapist and educator can facilitate the process of art making to encourage children to express themselves comfortably within their peer group and maintain the hard work done throughout the year to maintain communication skills and focus. *The children’s art studio is accessible only by stairs. Parents may remain at RTA if desired. To tour the art room, please call 207.967.9120

THE ART OF STAR WARS. With Abbeth & Baxter.  June 30-July 2. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 2-6 $65/members, $72/non members Back by popular demand! Jedi and the Sith, Lightsabers and Yoda too! This is the science fiction art class that will explore droids, monsters, spaceships and bounty hunters. If you love Star Wars, you will love to learn step by step how to draw all kinds of different characters & scenes. By the end of the class, each student will have a stack of sketches and a few finished colored drawings ready for a frame. Max.10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in the 1pm camp “Create Your Own Card Game”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Abbeth Russell June 30. Campers provide their own lunch.

CREATE your own card game. With William Hessian. June 30-July 2. 1-4pm

1-4pm. Grades entering 2-6 $65/members, $72/non members
Pokemon, YuGiOh, Magic the Gathering and MORE! In this camp students will be challenged to invent their own card game by designing characters, drawing them, coloring them, developing how the game will work and then playing with other students. Max 10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in the “Art of Star Wars” & enrolled in the 1pm camp “Create Your Own Card Game”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Abbeth Russell June 30. Campers provide their own lunch.

BALLERINA GIRLS. With Angela Hamel Russell. June 30-July 2. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 1-3 $65/members, $72/non members. Aspiring dancers and true beginners will start of each morning with a ballet lesson in front of the big mirror with Miss Angela. The remainder of each day will be spent creating ballet crafts (fairy crowns, ballet wall art & necklaces, to name a few), ballet-inspired storytime and a final ballet class before leaving. The last day of camp will end with a special tea party- bring your favorite doll, teddy bear or stuffed animal to join in the tea party fun. Max.12
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Clay Club.  With Megan Holtham. June 30-July 2, July 7-9.  9-12pm.  *2 week camp.

9-12pm. Grades entering 3-5 $145/members, $158/non members. 2 week session. This camp is for kids who love clay. Students will explore textures and many hand building techniques including “Balloon Containers,” “Leaf Bowls” and more. Students will experiment, learn the processes of clay and have the opportunity to glaze their final pieces. By way of pinch, coil, and slab construction, students are encouraged to tap into their imaginations and nurture their creative genius. Max 6

Teen Accelerated Pottery Clinic: Friday Workshop. 9-2pm. With Megan Holtham

July 3, 10, 17 & 24. $225/members, $245/members or July 31, August 7, 14, 21.
Week 1 – Intro to clay: Hand building techniques & potters wheel.
Week 2 – Exploring patterns and textures in clay. We will use stencils & leaves to mold slab work in fun and unique ways.
Week 3 – Altering forms off of the wheel. Manipulate and trim your thrown forms using carving techniques with option of adding handles & spouts. Underglaze techniques possible with leather hard pieces. (Bisque fire to follow this class).
Week 4 – Glaze. Students will learn glazing techniques & finish glazing & preparing their own pieces for the kiln. Students can pick up their finished pieces the following week or make arrangements to have them shipped). Max 6

SUPERHEROES DRAWING CAMP. With William Hessian. July 7-9. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 2-6. $65/members, $72/non members Back by popular demand! From Batman to Wolverine, and all the muscley men and women in between. Do you want to be able to draw your favorite superheroes better? As a class we will go step by step, learning how to draw classic superheroes & a few villains too. Students are invited to bring in comics of their favorite superheroes to begin learning the fundamentals of drawing, sketching, inking, costume details and learning the figure. Max 10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in the 1pm camp “Lego Robotics”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to William Hessian July 7. Campers provide their own lunch.

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LEGO ROBOTICS CLUB. With William Hessian. July 7-9. 1-4pm

1:00-4:00pm. Grades entering 4-6 $65/members, $72/non members. Students will be using the Lego Mindstorms Robotics NXT Kits to build and program real-life robotic solutions, fostering creative thinking & problem-solving. Science, technology & engineering are the main focus, in a fun & supportive environment. We’ll also experiment with engineering kits! The Lego NXT Kits have been generously sponsored by the Corning Incorporated Foundation. Max. 8
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if also enrolled in “Superheroes Drawing Camp” & enrolled in the 1pm camp “Lego Robotics”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to William Hessian July 7. Campers provide their own lunch.

PLEIN AIR: TRAVELLING ART CLASS. With Abbeth Russell. July 7-9. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 4-6. $65/members, $72/non members. Back by popular demand! Head out ‘on location’ to iconic locations throughout Dock Square. Sketch studies of downtown Dock Square, ocean scenes, the waterfront & more. In the event of rain, we will hold camp at RTA. Please bring a backpack to carry supplies, a snack & drink. Please wear sunscreen. All materials provided. Max. 10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in “Plein Air Travelling Art Class” & enrolled in the 1pm camp “Drawing Club in the Gallery”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Abbeth Russell July 7. Campers provide their own lunch.

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DRAWING CLUB: IN THE GALLERY. With Abbeth Russell.  July 7-9. 1-4pm

1-4pm. Grades entering 4-6. $65/members, $72/non members.  The Art Collector  Maine exhibit will serve as inspiration, as students set up work tables in the gallery for an intensive drawing class.  They will cover different styles of drawing as well as learning the basics- theme, perspective, shading & color choices. Max 10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in “Plein Air Travelling Art Class” & enrolled in the 1pm camp “Drawing Club in the Gallery”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Abbeth Russell July 7. Campers provide their own lunch.

Theatre Camp: Poems & Stories of Shel Silverstein, with Portland Stage. July 7-9. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 1-6. $70/members, $77/non members.  In these Portland Stage Camps,  students are invited to think imaginatively, critically, and creatively in an environment of inclusivity and safe play. Our theater camp workshops include immersion in all aspects of the theater through exploration of loved children’s stories, and always culminate in a shared performance for friends and family at the end of the week!

Jewelry Design Club. With Emma Alexander. July 7-9. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 3-6. $65/members, $72/non members. This class will cover all the fundamentals of jewelry making! Learn crimping, braiding, wire-wrapping, beadwork and more. Students will create bracelets, earrings, pendants & ornaments during Jewelry Club, as well as keep a sketchbook of their own designs. Materials included. Max 8

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Project Funway: Fashion Design Workshop. July 10 & 11. 9-2pm. With Emily Fontaine

9-2pm. Grades entering 7+ $75/members, $82/non members.

This course is a spin-off of the popular TV show: Project Runway, with a re-purposing theme.  Students will select two or three vintage or upcylcled garments once arriving at RTA, and develop a set of flat sketches showing possible ways to integrate the garments into a single new design. After a design direction has been established through group critique methods, each student will work to construct their idea into a wearable re-purposed design using clothing construction techniques.  This class culminates in an exhibit and open voting for favorite design. Ability to operate a basic sewing machine independently is required (thread the bobbin, operate back + forth). All materials provided.

Super Duper Science Sampler Camp. With Mad Science of Maine staff. July 13-17. 9-3pm

9-3pm. Grades entering 1-6. $245/members, $270 non/members
For the camper who wants to try it all this Mad Lab variety camp is for you! This camp has Mad Science’s coolest bits and pieces that will make you go scientifically bonkers! It’s one of our new favorites with fast paced experiments one after another with topics in Laser Light, Electricity, Che-mystery, Power & Energy, and Magnets! Experience FIZZ”-ical Phenomena by stirring up some crazy concoctions, create cool gases, electroplate coins, and make crystals. Dive into electricity by experimenting with Squishy Circuits and mini Van De Graff sticks. Learn about power and energy by building chemical batteries and solar powered devices. Use lasers to send music across the room and print 3d Holograms. Learn the magic behind magnets by building speakers, levitating magnets, and making magnetic putty. In this camp, you will certainly become a certified “Mad” Scientist!
For more information about Mad Science Camps, go to www.maine.madscience.org or call 207-878-2222
Early Drop off info: Parents may drop of their child as early as 8:45 am for Mad Science camps.
If a parent is more than 10 minutes late to pick up a child, a late pick up fee will be charged at $1/minute. Payment should be given to the Mad Science Instructor on the day of late pick up or by the next morning before camp starts.

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Free Jazz + Dubstep. With Duane Edwards. July 14-16

9-12pm. Grades entering 5-9 $65/members, $72/non members
Aspiring musicians will using the latest technology while building on traditional jazz band skills such as performance and improvisation, with a focus on recording and composition. Students will learn to arrange their own dubstep music and mesh the sound with jazz improvisation for a truly unique creation. All private lesson & school band levels welcome. Music will be loud, unruly, and awesome. *Need to borrow an instrument? We may be able to help- please inquire during registration.

CREATE your own card game. With William Hessian. July 14-16. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 2-6 $65/members, $72/non members
Pokemon, YuGiOh, Magic the Gathering and MORE! In this camp students will be challenged to invent their own card game by designing characters, drawing them, coloring them, developing how the game will work and then playing with other students. William Hessian is the inventor of PBL ROBOTS and has taught Card Game classes across the Midwest that helped dozens of students invent amazing and unique games. Max 10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if  enrolled in the 12pm camp “Create Your Own Card Game” & “Comic Books 101″ students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Willaim Hessian July 14. Campers provide their own lunch.

COMIC BOOKS 101. With William Hessian. July 14-16. 1-4pm

1-4pm. Grades entering 4-6 $65/members, $72/non members. POW! BOOM! BAM! Invent, write and draw your very own comic book. This three day camp will focus on sequential storytelling, drawing powerful angles, creating dynamic characters and drawing the figure. Each student will be leaving the camp with a good start for their very own comic book adventures! Max 10
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if also enrolled in the 12pm camp “Create Your Own Card Game”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Willaim Hessian July 14. Campers provide their own lunch.

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METALSMITHING: JEWELRY 101. With Alice Carroll. July 14-16. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 4-6 $70/members, $77/non members.  Learn to make earrings, pendants, rings and more with metals- work with metalsmithing tools to form, shape & design your own designs. Polishing, wire wrapping & cold process soldering will be the main focus of camp. Max. 6

Preschool Art School.  With Carrie Lepordo. July 21-23.  9-12pm.

9-12pm. Ages 4-6. $65/members, $72/non members. Young artists will be let loose in the children’s art studio! They will explore multiple mediums in the art room with techniques tailored to preschoolers. Watercolors, pastel, paint, self dry clay & more. Campers will have lots of priceless artwork to bring home at the end of the week.  Please dress for a busy day in the art room. Max 8

Therapuetic Art Camp. With Carrie Lepordo. July 21-23. 1-4pm.

1-4pm. Grades entering 1-5. $65/members, $72/non members.Children are invited to express themselves through art, while being introduced to a theme for the week that incorporates three key issues, communication, socialization and imagination. Each class will be structured to have a beginning, middle and end with clear boundaries. The teacher is able to adapt to the different needs of functioning displayed by each individual child. Each class will begin with a brief transitional exercise to allow time to become comfortable with the materials and environment. This camp is designed for campers with learning or emotional challenges and/or physical limitations. Max 6

Carrie is a licensed and experienced Art Teacher/ Art Therapist. Although many summer camps offer art programs, the trained art therapist and educator can facilitate the process of art making to encourage children to express themselves comfortably within their peer group and maintain the hard work done throughout the year to maintain communication skills and focus. *The children’s art studio is accessible only by stairs. Parents may remain at RTA if desired. To tour the art room, please call 207.967.9120.

Theatre Camp: Charlotte’s Web, with Portland Stage.  July 21-23. 9-3pm

9-3pm. Grades entering 1-6. $185/members, $200/non members.  In these Portland Stage Camps,  students are invited to think imaginatively, critically, and creatively in an environment of inclusivity and safe play. Our theater camp workshops include immersion in all aspects of the theater through exploration of loved children’s stories, and always culminate in a shared performance for friends and family at the end of the week!

METALSMITHING FOR TEENS Intensive. With Alice Carroll. July 21. 9-2pm

9-2pm. Grades entering 7+ $38/members, $42/non members.  Use metalsmithing tools to form, shape & design your own designs. Hammering, polishing, wire wrapping & hot/cold process soldering will be the main focus of class. Torches & bezels will be used. Make earrings, pendants, wristband, rings, dog tags (necklace/ID or actual dog tag) during this 5 hour workshop. Max 8

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Recycled Fashion Design Workshop.  July 24 & 25. 9-2pm. With Emily Fontaine.

9-2pm. Grades entering 7+ $77/members, $82/non members.

The purpose of this course is to design clothing using mixed and recycled materials atypical of materials ordinarily used for clothing design. Shape and texture will be a focus and students will produce several design ideas using flat sketch techniques before embarking on their projects. An important topic of discussion will include materials, recycling and the lifecycle of a garment. Outcomes of the course include creativity in design, better understanding of 3 dimensional shape, construction techniques as well as a higher understanding of the effects of standard textile and garment production on the planet.  This course culminates in a student exhibit or fashion show of completed projects. This course does not require sewing machine skills and is appropriate for students ages 12 and up. Materials provided.

Teen Accelerated Pottery Clinic: Friday Workshop. July 31, August 7, 14, 21. 9-2pm. With Megan Holtham

July 31, August 7, 14, 21. $225/members, $245/members
Week 1 – Intro to clay: Hand building techniques & potters wheel.
Week 2 – Exploring patterns and textures in clay. We will use stencils & leaves to mold slab work in fun and unique ways.
Week 3 – Altering forms off of the wheel. Manipulate and trim your thrown forms using carving techniques with option of adding handles & spouts. Underglaze techniques possible with leather hard pieces. (Bisque fire to follow this class).
Week 4 – Glaze. Students will learn glazing techniques & finish glazing & preparing their own pieces for the kiln. Students can pick up their finished pieces the following week or make arrangements to have them shipped). Max 6

Art Builders. With Megan Holtham. July 28-30. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 1-3. $65/members, $72/non members.  Students will make 3-Dimensional sculptures using clay, found objects and manipulated craft materials.  The exploration of different mediums, including paints, will expand children’s creative thinking skills & imagination. The students will complete both fun individual and collaborative projects from start to finish and will be able to take home beautiful hand made sculptures at the end of the week.  Camp will end with an art show for family & friends: August 13, 11:45am. Max 8.

SEWING 101. With Lucy Hardy. July 28-30. 1-4pm.

1-4pm. Grades entering 4-6. $65/members, $72/non members. Back by popular demand! Learn the traditional skill of sewing. Students will learn how to operate a sewing machine as they make an upcycling project from fabric remnants & found materials. All materials included in the fee. Max. 5

BALLERINA GIRLS 2. With Angela Hamel Russell. July 28-30. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 1-3 $65/members, $72/non members. Aspiring dancers and true beginners will start of each morning with a ballet lesson in front of the big mirror with Miss Angela. The remainder of each day will be spent creating ballet crafts (fairy crowns, ballet wall art & necklaces, to name a few), ballet-inspired storytime and a final ballet class before leaving. The last day of camp will end with a special tea party- bring your favorite doll, teddy bear or stuffed animal to join in the tea party fun. Max.12

Adventures in Engineering Camp. With Mad Science of Maine staff. August 3-7. 9-3pm

9-3pm. Grades entering 1-6. $245/members, $270 non/members
Adventures in Engineering Camp
Put on your hard hat for this exciting week of Engineering Science. We’ll get wacky with aerodynamics, crazy with circuitry, radical with rockets, innovative with inventions, and mad with machines! In this thought provoking week, we will span the fields of Chemical, Aerospace, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering. We start out the week exploring structures and learning about the role that the movement of air plays on simple flying devices. Children will spend a day learning the fundamentals of rocketry where they will build their own Aerospace rocket to take home. Children will use their construction skills by assembling and controlling fun machines like pulleys, levers, and catapults, and even robots! They finish out the week by experimenting with chemical engineering and inventing potential work-saving inventions of their own. Who knows, your child may be the next Edison!
For more information about Mad Science Camps, go to www.maine.madscience.org or call 207-878-2222
Early Drop off info: Parents may drop of their child as early as 8:45 am for Mad Science camps.
If a parent is more than 10 minutes late to pick up a child, a late pick up fee will be charged at $1/minute. Payment should be given to the Mad Science Instructor on the day of late pick up or by the next morning before camp starts.

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METALSMITHING: JEWELRY 101. With Alice Carroll. August 4-6. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 4-6 $70/members, $77/non members.  Learn to make earrings, pendants, rings and more with metals- work with metalsmithing tools to form, shape & design your own designs. Polishing, wire wrapping & cold process soldering will be the main focus of camp. Max 6.

 

Project Funway: Fashion Design Workshop 2. August 7 & 8. 9-2pm.  With Emily Fontaine

9-2pm. Grades entering 7+ $77/members, $82/non members.

This course is a spin-off of the popular TV show: Project Runway, with a re-purposing theme.  Students will select two or three vintage or upcylcled garments once arriving at RTA, and develop a set of flat sketches showing possible ways to integrate the garments into a single new design. After a design direction has been established through group critique methods, each student will work to construct their idea into a wearable re-purposed design using clothing construction techniques.  This class culminates in an exhibit and open voting for favorite design. Ability to operate a basic sewing machine independently is required (thread the bobbin, operate back + forth). All materials provided.

 

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Jewelry Design Club. With Emma Alexander. August 11-13. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 3-6. $70/members, $77/non members. This class will cover all the fundamentals of jewelry making! Learn crimping, braiding, wire-wrapping, beadwork and more. Students will create bracelets, earrings & pendants during Jewelry Club, as well as keep a sketchbook of their own designs. Materials included. Max 8
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Clay Club.  With Megan Holtham. August 11-13 & August 18-20.  9-12pm.  *2 week camp.

9-12pm. Grades entering 3-5 $145/members, $158/non members. 2 week session. This camp is for kids who love clay. Students will explore textures and many hand building techniques including “Balloon Containers,” “Leaf Bowls” and more. Students will experiment, learn the processes of clay and have the opportunity to glaze their final pieces. By way of pinch, coil, and slab construction, students are encouraged to tap into their imaginations and nurture their creative genius. Campers will have the chance to try the potters wheel during the 2 week session.  Max 6

Theatre Camp: Jumanji, with Portland Stage.  August 11-13. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 1-6. $70/members, $77/non members.  In these Portland Stage Camps,  students are invited to think imaginatively, critically, and creatively in an environment of inclusivity and safe play. Our theater camp workshops include immersion in all aspects of the theater through exploration of loved children’s stories, and always culminate in a shared performance for friends and family at the end of the week!

Preschool Art School.  With Bryce Jones. August 11-13.  9-12pm.

9-12pm. Ages 4-6. $65/members, $72/non members. Young artists will be let loose in the children’s art studio! They will explore multiple mediums in the art room with techniques tailored to preschoolers. Watercolors, pastel, paint, self dry clay & more. Campers will have lots of priceless artwork to bring home at the end of the week.  Please dress for a busy day in the art room.

 

FANTASY CIRCUS. With Abbeth Russell. August 18-20. 9-12pm

9-12pm. Grades entering 2-6 $65/members, $72/non members.
What does a circus look like in your imagination?  Let’s find out together.  In this class you will bring your imaginary circus to life through visual art, poetry, puppetry, music and masks.  Play exciting games to open your mind and get your creativity flowing.  Toot your own horn in an orchestra of instruments we will make from ordinary objects.  We will build stories and performances around the masks and puppets we create.  No skills needed for this class, just a desire to delve into your imagination.
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in “Fantasy Circus” & enrolled in the 1pm camp “Up in the Air”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Abbeth Russell July 21. Campers provide their own lunch.

UP IN THE AIR: JUGGLING.  With Abbeth Russel. August 18-20. 1-4pm

1-4pm. Grades entering 2-6 $65/members, $72/non members.   Join Abbeth, RTA faculty & Portland-based fire juggler to learn the fundamentals of juggling & putting on a show. Try different tools & techniques as well as make your own handmade soft juggling props.  A short demo for friends & family will be held on 7/23 at 3:45pm.  Sorry, fire not included!
*LUNCH OPTION for this camp: if enrolled in “Fantasy Circus” & enrolled in the 1pm camp “Up in the Air”, students may stay for the 12-1pm lunch break for free time & outdoor play. $30/the week per student, payable to Abbeth Russell July 21. Campers provide their own lunch.

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Theatre Camp: Harry Potter, with Portland Stage. August 17-21. 9-3pm

9-3pm. Grades entering 1-6. $225/members, $245/non members.  In these Portland Stage Camps,  students are invited to think imaginatively, critically, and creatively in an environment of inclusivity and safe play. Our theater camp workshops include immersion in all aspects of the theater through exploration of loved children’s stories, and always culminate in a shared performance for friends and family at the end of the week!

Camp Withdrawal and Refund Policy

If you withdraw 30 days prior to camp, you will receive a 50% refund. There are no refunds available if you withdraw less than 30 days before a camp begins.
If River Tree Arts cancels a camp, you will receive a 100% refund in the same form as the original payment was made or choose to be issued a credit towards a future class (credit must be used within one year of issue). You may use a check to pay for a camp at check-in, but a credit card MUST be put on file to hold your space. Failure to appear with a check will result in your credit card being charged, regardless of attendance.

Return Check Policy
River Tree Arts charges a fee of $25.00 on every returned check

 

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