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Winter Camp Registration is now open!

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2021 Winter Wonderland Camp is a one-week camp over our February President’s Week holiday. Campers will be introduced to a broad range of artistic and creative experiences through a camp-wide theme. In this imaginative winter arts program campers will immerse themselves in art, theater, music, and dance while being inspired by this winter’s theme: Winter and the books that brought this beautiful season to life: A look through award winning children’s literature.
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Each day at camp includes the visual arts (painting, drawing, sculpting, and craft activities), with a splash of music (singing, dancing, and exploring different instruments), and theater (stories, puppetry, role playing, and other dramatic activities). The East End Arts School offers a home-like setting with comfortable large ventilated studio and fenced-in, park-like grounds for outdoor play – yes they will play outside in the cold! Keeping the group small will enable our staff to provide a safe and socially distanced atmosphere for a supportive camp experience with a ton of personal attention.
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February 15 – 19, 2021
Full Day: 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Lunch: (bring your own) 12:00 to 12:30
Half Day: 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. – AM only
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Member Full Day/Full Week: $349.00
Member Daily (if room allows): $75.00
Non-member Full Day/Full Week: $399.00
Non-member Daily (if room allows): $80.00
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Member Half Day/Full Week: $175.00
Member Daily (if room allows): $40.00
Non-member Full Day/Full Week: $199.00
Non-member Daily (if room allows): $45.00
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Maximum 10 campers daily.
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STEAM – Single Class
with Judy Isbitiren LISC & Kathleen Ruscick
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EEA STEAM weekly workshop is a program that is a collaboration between EEA and the LI Science Center in Riverhead. Our curriculum will be a one-hour program based on a famous artwork; such as; Van Gogh’s Starry Night or Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Students and Instructors discuss the painting and students receive a brief art history lesson. Instructors connect specific art works with a science topic. The class closes with a combined art and science project which relates to both the artist’s style and connects to the science topic. This one-hour jam packed fun with education is a weekly-workshop you won’t want your child to miss!
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All materials are included.
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Each session promotes a new topic.
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EEA and LISC members are eligible for member pricing.
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Cost:
Single class enrollments can be purchased each week for members at $20.00 per class and non-members for $25.00 per class.
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15 Session Dates:
4:00 – 5:00 pm
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Jan 6 – Monet, Pond Life
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Jan 13 – MC Escher, Tessellations in nature, the beehive
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Jan 20 – Grant Wood, Farm Life, climate change and wheat crops
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Jan 27 – David Hockney, photographic camera and perspective
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Feb. 3 – Van Gogh, encore of the planets
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Feb 10 – Henri Rousseau, the difference between the rainforest and jungles & their importance
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Feb 17 – Pablo Picasso, using shapes for structure and strength
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Zoom: 2:15pm – 3:15pm
Zoom version: $10 per class for members $15 per class for non-members
A material list will be supplied prior to Zoom classes.
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AAQ / Resource: Joseph Pagac Architect

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