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Full-Day Camp
Camp McLean (3-10 years)

Travel Camps
The Old Firehouse Summer Camp Trips (5th-9th Graders)
Native Animal Explorer (7-11 years)

Theater Camp
Camp Shakespeare (5th-8th Graders)

 

Art Camps
Camp Abrakadoodle (3-6 years)
MPA Summer Art Camp (6-8 years)
MPA Summer Art Camp (9-12 years)
MPA Counselor in Training Program (13+ years)
Vosler Young Artists' Studio (13-18 years)

 

Dance Camps
Rapunzel's Tangled Dance Camp (3-5 years)
Moana Dance Adventure Camp (4-6 years)
Superhero Dance Camp (4-6 years)
Ballet: Princess Party Dance Camp (4-6 years)
Popstar Hip Hop Camp (6-9 years)
Cheer & Tumbling Camp (6-9 years)

 

Culinary Camps
Techniques of French Cuisine - Youth (8-12 years)
Techniques of French Cuisine - Teens (13-17 years)
Awesome American Eats A.M. (8-12 years)
Awesome American Eats P.M. (8-12 years)
National Flavors and Tastes A.M. (8-12 years)
National Flavors and Tastes P.M. (8-12 years)

 

Fitness Camp
Funfit® Adventure Week (3-6 years)

 

Science & Technology Camps
Stemtree Robotics Camp (6-11 years)
Stemtree Coding with Fun Camp (6-11 years)

For Rising 5th-9th Graders
Monday-Friday, June 17-August 9
8 a.m.-6 p.m.

With the end of the school year quickly approaching, there’s no need to worry about keeping your child active and happy this summer. The Old Firehouse Summer Camp has you covered with eight (8) weeks of fantastic trips and memorable experiences for your child. Be sure to sign up early as these weeks sell out fast.

For your convenience, there are three ways you can register: online (click on the linked Activity Codes), by phone at 703-448-8336, TTY: 711) or at the Old Firehouse, 1440 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean, Va. 22101.

Your 2019 Old Firehouse Summer Participant Contract should be submitted no later than June 10, 2019. All other forms and waivers will be sent to you via email and will also be available at the Old Firehouse prior to your camp week.

Camp will be held Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. On certain trips, the return time will be later due to trip location. Trips will depart from and return to The Old Firehouse Center. Campers may want to bring additional money each day for snacks and incidentals.

Please Note: Trips may change due to weather conditions, location availability or other unforeseeable issues. The Old Firehouse will make every effort to ensure replacement trips are as similar as possible to the trip originally planned.

Questions? Contact Camp Director Andrew Carter 703-448-8336, TTY: 711, or andrew.carter@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Week 1               June 17-21          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8101.119)
Monday              Splashdown Waterpark (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Metro Richmond Zoo (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Wednesday         Dave & Buster’s (Lunch Included)
Thursday            Kings Dominion
Friday                 Pizza Making & Movie (Lunch Included)



Week 2               June 24-28          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8102.119)
Monday              Indoor Trampoline/Ninja Warrior Course (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Massanutten Waterpark
Wednesday         Indoor Go Karting (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Thursday            iPlay America (Lunch Included)
Friday                 Double Feature (Lunch Included)

Week 3               July 1-3          $410/$360 MCC district residents (8103.119)
Monday              Treetop Zoofari (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Roundtop Mountain (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Wednesday         Busch Gardens
Thursday            No camp, 4th of July holiday
Friday                 No camp, 4th of July holiday

Week 4               July 8-12          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8104.119)
Monday              Laser Tag (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Roller Skating (Lunch Included)
Wednesday         Dave & Buster’s (Lunch Included)
Thursday            Ocean City, Md.
Friday                 Upscale Bowling & Movie (Lunch Included)

Week 5               July 15-19          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8105.119)
Monday              Climbzone (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             White Water Rafting @ Wisp (Waivers Required) (Lunch Included)
Wednesday         Bowie Baysox Baseball Game (Lunch Included)
Thursday            Speedworld (Lunch Included)
Friday                 Baltimore Zoo (Lunch Included)

Week 6               July 22-26          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8106.119)
Monday              Indoor Trampoline/Ninja Warrior Course (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Splash Island @ Deep Creek Lake (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Wednesday         Paintball (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Thursday            Hershey Park
Friday                 Double Feature (Lunch Included)

Week 7               July 29-August 2          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8107.119)
Monday              Laser Tag (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Indoor Go Karting (Waiver Required) (Lunch Included)
Wednesday        Washington Nationals Baseball (Lunch Included)
Thursday            Ocean City, Md.
Friday                 Medieval Times & Movie (Lunch Included)

Week 8               August 5-9          $460/$410 MCC district residents (8108.119)
Monday              Splashdown Waterpark (Lunch Included)
Tuesday             Turkey Hill Experience & Roller Skating (Lunch Included)
Wednesday         Dave & Buster’s (Lunch Included)
Thursday            Dorney Park
Friday                 Upscale Bowling & Movie (Lunch Included)


Old Firehouse Summer Camp Refund Policy

All withdrawals, refunds and cancellation requests MUST be submitted in writing to registrar@mcleancenter.org.

The center will issue a full refund when a camp program is canceled by the center. 

Patrons who submit requests for withdrawals and/or cancellations before Friday, April 5, 2019, will receive a full refund. 

Requests for withdrawals and/or cancellations received after Friday, April 5, 2019, will result in patrons being charged a $100 processing fee, which will be deducted from the total amount paid.

If a replacement can be found to fill the space vacated by the cancellation and/or withdrawal, the $100 processing fee will be refunded to the patron.

If a replacement cannot be found, a refund of the processing fee will not be issued.

For 5th-8th graders

 

Camp will be held June 17-June 28, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The final performance is Saturday, June 29, at 10 a.m.

 

Price: $725/$652.50 MCC district residents

 

At Camp Shakespeare, young actors dive into the world of the greatest playwright in history: William Shakespeare. Under the guidance of theater professionals from the Shakespeare Theatre Company, participants unravel his plays with text analysis; transform into Shakespeare’s characters through voice, movement and improvisation work; wage battles against mortal enemies with stage combat; and develop fundamental acting skills using classical theater techniques. To culminate the session, participants stage a performance for friends and family in the Alden Theatre of the McLean Community Center.

 

Camp Shakespeare at the McLean Community Center will explore “Twelfth Night,” one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies where music, love and laughter mingle with merry deception. To find out more about Camp Shakespeare or to register, visit: www.shakespearetheatre.org/education/classes-and-camps/camp-shakespeare/young-players. The phone number to register with the discount is: 202-547-5688.

Questions?

Contact Camp Director, Danielle Van Hook 703-744-9368 or danielle.vanhook@fairfaxcounty.gov

Camp McLean 2019

Our dynamic Camp McLean program provides a wide array of experiences and fun for your children. Children ages 3 to 10 can enjoy trips to local destinations, see performances, explore the world of fitness and have lots of fun! During each two-week session, our staff of highlytrained counselors and specialists will lead campers on some unforgettable adventures and provide enrichment opportunities from crafts to music to just plain summer fun! Camp will be held at a Fairfax County Public School in McLean. (TBD)

 

Session I       June 24 - July 3 

Session II      July 8 - July 19

Session III     July 22 - August 2

 

Nightcrawlers

9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 

For children 3-4 years old. (All camp participants must be toilet-trained and have turned three years old by June 3, 2019.)

Each session will have one, in-house entertainment event and one to two days of water play per week. Three- to four-year-old campers will participate in arts and crafts, outdoor play, story time, singing, dancing, small group games and more. Campers remain onsite at all times. The campers–staff ratio is one adult to six campers. Maximum enrollment is limited to 24 campers per session.

 

Session 1 (8001.119)

June 24-July 3 

$375/$325 MCC district residents 

 

Session II (8002.119)

July 8 - July 19 

$425/$375 MCC district residents 

 

Session III (8003.119)

July 22 - August 2

$425/$375 MCC district residents 

 

Young Avengers  

9 a.m.-4 P.m.

For children 5-6 years old. (Campers must have turned five years old by June 3, 2019).

Each session includes two trips to a swimming pool, one, in-house entertainment event and one field trip. Each session, campers participate in specialist-planned activities. The camper–staff ratio is one adult to six campers. Maximum enrollment is 24

 

Session 1 (8004.119)

June 24-July 3 

$525/$485 MCC district residents 

 

Session II (8005.119)

July 8 - July 19 

$575/$525 MCC district residents 

 

Session III (8006.119)

July 22 - August 2

$575/$525 MCC district residents 

 

Iron Patriots   

9 a.m.-4 P.m.

For children ages 7-8. (Campers must have turned seven years old by June 3, 2019).

Each session includes two trips to a swimming pool, one, in-house entertainment event and one field trip. Each session, campers participate in specialist-planned activities. The camper/staff ratio is one adult to six campers. Maximum enrollment is 24 campers per session.

 

Session 1 (8007.119)

June 24-July 3 

$525/$485 MCC district residents 

 

Session II (8008.119)

July 8 - July 19 

$575/$525 MCC district residents 

 

Session III (8009.119)

July 22 - August 2

$575/$525 MCC district residents 

 

Guardians 

9 a.m.-4 P.m.

For children 9 - 10 years old. (Campers must have turned nine years old by June 3, 2019).

Each session includes two trips to a swimming pool and two field trips. Campers will participate in specialist-planned activities. The camper–staff ratio is one adult to eight campers. Maximum enrollment is 24 campers per session.

 

Session 1 (8010.119)

June 24-July 3 

$540/$500 MCC district residents 

 

Session II (8011.119)

July 8 - July 19 

$590/$540 MCC district residents 

 

Session III (8012.119)

July 22 - August 2

$590/$540 MCC district residents

 

Camp McLean & The Old Firehouse Summer Camp Refund Policy

• The center will issue a full refund when a camp program is canceled by the center.
• Patrons who submit requests for withdrawals and/or cancellations that are received before Friday, April 5, 2019, will receive a full refund.
• Patrons who submit requests for withdrawals and/or cancellations that are received after Friday, April 5, 2019, will be charged a $100 processing fee, which will be deducted from the total amount paid.
• If a replacement can be found to fill the space vacated by the cancellation and/or withdrawal, the $100 processing fee will be refunded to the patron.
• If a replacement cannot be found, a refund of the processing fee will not be issued.
• All withdrawals, refunds and cancellation requests MUST be submitted in writing to registrar@mcleancenter.org.



Additional Requirements

Camper Forms
Camper forms should be submitted one month prior to the start of camp. This gives you time to complete any missing or otherwise incomplete forms prior to camp. 

Note: All forms must be complete and on hand at camp before your child will be admitted to camp. No exceptions will be made.


Camper Forms Include:
Camper Information Packet
• A current and completed Certification of Immunization.
• A Commonwealth of Virginia School Entrance Physical Examination Form signed by a physician. A copy of the form is acceptable. Any camper under the age of six years old must submit a Physical Examination form that is dated after August 12, 2018.
• In accordance with Virginia law, camp staff members are required to witness a document with proof of your child’s age. You must bring one of the following items in after you register your child for camp. Note: Please do not leave the originals.
     1. Certified copy of his or her birth certificate.
     2. U.S. Passport or State Department-issued documentation.
     3. Virginia based school report card.


You may drop the completed forms off to:

The Old Firehouse
1440 Chain Bridge Rd.
McLean, Va. 22101


Parent Handbook
The Camp McLean Parent Handbook contains important information about our camp, its policies and the campers code of conduct. It can be found online on the Camp McLean page of the website, www.mcleancenter.org. Please read it and contact us with any questions you may have.


How to Register
Registration is now open! Spaces fill quickly, so please register as soon as possible to ensure your space.


Be first in line, register online!
Go to www.mcleancenter.org and click on the green “Register” button or the linked seven-digit activity code associated with the camp you seek. You may also register in person at the McLean Community Center Registration Office, 1234 Ingleside Ave. or the Old Firehouse, 1440 Chain Bridge Rd.

McLean Project for the Arts
For Children Ages 3-6 years
June 24-August 9
Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. or 1:30-4 p.m.
Morning and Afternoon Sessions are offered each week. 

Tuition: $195/$183 MCC district residents. Materials fee: $35. Make check payable to Abrakadoodle . ® fee is due to instructor on the first day of camp.

Note: Children must be fully potty-trained. please remember to send a snack and drink each day (no nuts, please).

This popular series of imaginative art camps for children is based on the learning principles of Jean Piaget. Children create wonderful “masterpieces” using innovative art materials, while exploring artistic styles and techniques. Each camp offers unique experiences designed to foster creativity. There will be a different theme each week of camp, including “World Travel 3D Art Camp,” “Space Art Adventure STEAM,” Plug into Your Imagination,” “Kids on Canvas,” “Fairy Tale Art” and many more!

 

Week 1 - Mornings (6401.119) June 24 - 28

Week 1 - Afternoons (6402.119) June 24 - 28

Week 2 - Mornings (6403.119) July 8 - 12 

Week 2 - Afternoons (6404.119) July 8 - 12  

Week 3 - Mornings (6405.119) July 15 - 19

Week 3 - Afternoons (6406.119) July 15 - 19

Week 4 - Mornings (6407.119) July 22 - 26  

Week 4 - Afternoons (6408.119) July 22 - 26 

Week 5 - Mornings (6409.119) July 29 - August 2 

Week 5 - Afternoons (6410.119) July 29 - August 2

Week 6 - Mornings (6411.119) August 5 - 9



For more detailed descriptions of Camp Abrakadoodle, visit MPA’s website, www.mpaart.org.

 

Questions? Contact Briana Clorey at 703-790-1953 or bclorey@mpaart.org.

McLean Project for the Arts
Summer Art Camps 2019
For Ages 9-12 (Rising 3rd-7th Graders)
June 24-August 9
Morning and afternoon sessions offered each week


Morning Sessions
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Week 1: June 24-28
Create Your Own Comic Book
(6201.119)
Delve into the world of comics by making your own books and looking at the work of professional comic book authors. You will learn what works both from a compositional and storytelling perspective. You will look at some of the most famous heroes and villains in comic book history for inspiration. Beginning with pen and ink drawings for your storyboards, you will add sequential and close-up images as part of creating your own exciting comic books. In addition to
your classic comic books, you will construct flip books to show your own comic style in motion.

Week 2: July 1-3 (Mon.-Wed. only)
Exploratory Sketchbook
(6202.119)
Create an extraordinary sketchbook focusing on drawing from observing things in nature combined with a variety of collage materials. Campers will meet in the Duval Studio in the McLean Community Center and explore many places both indoors and outdoors. You will explore perspective, contrast, shading and color working from a variety of sources both natural and manmade. You will be looking for elements of art including color, form, line, shape and space, as well as the organizing principles of design.

Week 3: July 8-12
STEM + ART = STEAM
(6203.119)
Each day of this week focuses on the interrelations of Art with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. You will create paintings using biological images from the world of plants executed in watercolor and ink. You will collage images of machines that tell a science fiction story. Geometric shapes will be used in dynamic and colorful compositions.

Week 4: July 15-19
Exploring Color
(6204.119)
Delve into the world of hue, shade, tint, value and intensity. Starting from the color wheel, you will draw and drip paint on paper and canvas with colorful layers of paint, oil pastel and collage. You will experiment with different types of 2D printing and use pencil, pen, watercolor, acrylic and mixed media. Learn about exciting artists such as Jackson Pollock, Morris Louis, and other contemporary artists who use various techniques in their works.

Week 5: July 22-26
Art + Storytelling: Ancient to Modern Myths
(6205.119)
Draw, print, collage, paint and construct your way through ancient and modern myths from across the world including Greek, Native American, Chinese and American traditions. Discover stories and imagery inspired from these different cultures, which will enable you to create your own legendary tales through 2D and 3D art. Learn compositional and comprehensive skills to create your own story line.

Week 6: July 29-August 2
Gateway to the Arts
(6206.119)
What kind of artist are you? This camp will provide a gateway to a myriad of artistic mediums and techniques. Sculpture, printmaking and collage will allow you to experience and experiment. Discover the art forms that fit your own personal style and interest!


Afternoon Sessions
Monday-Friday, 1-4 p.m.

Week 1: June 24-28
Magical & Mythical Creatures (6208.119)
Do you love stories about dragons, fairies, unicorns, and other magical and mythical creatures? You will recreate some of these characters in your own imaginative masterpieces! You will use color pencils, markers, paint, beads, feathers, special papers and other materials to construct 2D and 3D artworks starring our favorite characters, either from literature or entirely from our imaginations.

Week 2: July 1-3 (Mon.-Wed. only)
Crazy Wacky Sculptures (6209.119)
Create sculptural creatures and marvelous mobiles using upcycled everyday materials in this fun mini-session. Beads, fabric, feathers, sequins, yarn, cellophane and other cool materials will all be used to create your most unique sculptural inventions. You will explore the works of El Anatsui, Debra Butterfield and Judy Pfaff.

Week 3: July 8-12
The Artist Within (6210.119)
This camp is all about your own artistic expression. You will explore your dreams and fantastic stories using drawing and painting techniques. You will be inspired by great artists, such as Calder, Matisse, Picasso and many others! Through their work and our own, we will discover elements of art, including color usage, shape, texture and composition.

Week 4: July 15-19
Gateway to the Arts (6211.119)
What kind of artist are you? This camp will provide a gateway to a myriad of artistic mediums and techniques. Sculpture, printmaking and collage will allow you to experience and experiment. Discover the art forms that fit your own personal style and interest!

Week 5: July 22-26
Hand Building with Clay (6212.119)
Explore the exciting world of hand building with clay. You will also create beautiful decorative patterns with various sculpting tools and stencils. You will learn various techniques including, slab, pinch and coil construction. You will be able to take your projects home as we are using non-firing clay.

Week 6: July 29-August 2
Pop Art! (6213.119)
Explore works by “pop” artists Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg and others of the 1960s and 1970s. You will then create your own pop artworks using found objects, commercial packaging (save those candy wrappers and soup can labels!) and other everyday commercial symbols. Discover color and composition working from everyday objects using drawing, painting and collage techniques.

Week 7: August 5-9
Celestial Art (6214.119)
Explore all things planetary and alien during this week of artistic space travel. You will look closely at some of the beautiful and colorful photographs of space. Deriving your inspiration from the planets, stars, galaxies and other celestial bodies, create your own intergalactic masterpieces using new techniques.

Questions? Contact Briana Clorey at 703-790-1953 or bclorey@mpaart.org.

McLean Project for the Arts
Counselor in Training Program (CIT)

Full Days, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
For ages 13+ (Rising 8th Graders)
$395 for a two-week program. A minimum commitment of two weeks is required. CITs may extend up to six weeks.

MPA’s new Counselor in Training (CIT) program has been developed to enrich the experience of older campers at our summer art camps. CITs chosen by MPA to participate will experience working with younger children in a day camp setting. This program is designed to encourage teaching and leadership skills. CITs will assist in planning and leading activities for our young campers, ages 6-12. This opportunity is ideal for students interested in art, teaching and developing their leadership style under the supervision of MPA’s master faculty.

For more detailed information or to apply for a CIT position for MPA’s 2019 Summer Camps, please visit MPA's website, www.mpaart.org.

Students do not need previous computer programming experience. Today most children use computers and manipulate media, but few of them know how to create the media or software they are using. This class will teach students how to create and develop computer programs (games, stories, etc.) instead of just playing with them. Students will learn computer programming concepts in a fun and interactive way. They will share their own interactive stories, animations, games, music and art. They will have an opportunity to think creatively, communicate clearly, use technology fluently and collaborate effectively. They also will create their own computer programs to implement computer games and combine multiple topics (Science, Engineering, Teamwork).

 

Instructor: Stemtree Staff.

6-11 years
5 days @ 3 hrs,  $300/$250 MCC district residents.
1042.119          M-F, 6/24-6/28          1-4 p.m.

McLean Project for the Arts
Summer Art Camp 2019

For ages 6-8 (rising 1st-3rd graders)

June 24-August 9

Morning and afternoon sessions offered each week.

Join the McLean Project for the Arts (MPA) for a variety of imaginative and fun week-long camp sessions! Each week will feature a variety of art activities that will ignite your child’s creativity. Taught by MPA’s experienced art educators, students will learn about and create art in the beautiful and professional DuVal Studio and gallery spaces located inside the McLean Community Center.

Tuition is $235 per session/$220 MCC district residents. Week 2 (Mon.- Wed. only) is $145/$135 MCC district residents. Campers have the option of attending both morning and afternoon sessions. All materials are provided. Campers should bring a snack. Included in the camp experience is an ice cream treat and a smock to protect their clothes.

Morning Sessions
Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Week 1: June 24-28
Magical & Mythical Creatures
(6301.119)
Do you love stories about dragons, fairies, unicorns and other magical and mythical creatures? You will recreate some of these characters in your own imaginative masterpieces! You will use color pencils, markers, paint, beads, feathers, special papers and other materials to construct 2D and 3D artworks starring your favorite characters, either from literature or entirely from your imagination.

Week 3: July 8-12
The Artist Within
(6303.119)
This camp is all about your own artistic expression. You will explore your dreams and fantastic stories using drawing and painting techniques. You will study and be inspired by great artists, such as Calder, Matisse, Picasso and many others! Through their work and your own, you will discover elements of art, including color usage, shape, texture and composition.

Week 4: July 15-19
Exploring Color
(6304.119)
You will delve into the world of hue, shade, tint, value and intensity. Starting from the color wheel, you will draw and drip paint on paper and canvas with colorful layers of paint, oil pastel and collage. You will experiment with different types of 2D printing and use pencil, pen, watercolor, acrylic and mixed media. You will learn about exciting artists such as Jackson Pollock, Morris Louis and other contemporary artists who use various techniques in their works.

Week 5: July 22-26
Hand Building with Clay
(6305.119)

Explore the exciting world of hand building with clay. You will also create beautiful decorative patterns with various sculpting tools and stencils. You will learn a variety of techniques including slab, pinch and coil construction. You will also be able to take your projects home as you will be using non-firing clay.

Week 7: August 5-9
Celestial Art
(6307.119)
Explore all things planetary and alien during this week of artistic space travel. You will look closely at some of the beautiful and colorful photographs of space. Deriving your inspiration from the planets, stars, galaxies and other celestial bodies, you will create our own intergalactic masterpieces using new techniques.

Afternoon Sessions
Monday-Friday, 1-4 p.m.

Week 1: June 24-28
Create Your Own Comic Book 
(6308.119)
Delve into the world of comics by making your own books and looking at the work of professional comic book authors. You will learn what works both from a compositional and storytelling perspective. You will look at some of the most famous heroes and villains in comic book history for inspiration. Beginning with pen and ink drawings for your storyboards, you will add sequential and close-up images as part of creating your own exciting comic books. In addition to classic comic books, you will construct flip books to show your own comic style in motion.

Week 2: July 1-3 (Mon.-Wed. only)
Exploratory Sketchbook
(6309.119)
Create an extraordinary sketchbook focusing on drawing from observing things in nature combined with a variety of collage materials. Campers will meet in the Duval Studio in the McLean Community Center and explore many places both indoors and outdoors. You will explore perspective, contrast, shading and color working from a variety of sources both natural and man-made. You will be looking for elements of art including color, form, line, shape and space, as well as the organizing principles of design.

Week 3: July 8-12
STEM + ART = STEAM
(6310.119)
Each day of this week focuses on the interrelations of Art with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. You will create paintings using biological images from the world of plants executed in watercolor and ink. You will collage images of machines that tell a science fiction story. Geometric shapes will be used in dynamic and colorful compositions.

Week 4: July 15-19
Exploring Color
(6311.119)
Delve into the world of hue, shade, tint, value and intensity. Starting from the “color wheel,” you will draw and drip paint on paper and canvas with colorful layers of paint, oil pastel and collage. You will experiment with different types of 2D printing and use pencil, pen, watercolor, acrylic and mixed media. Learn about exciting artists such as Jackson Pollock, Morris Louis and other contemporary artists who use various techniques in their works.

Questions? Contact Briana Clorey at 703-790-1953 or bclorey@mpaart.org. 

 

 

 

 

 

Join Repunzel as she prepares to become the Princess of Corona in this dance adventure camp! The adventure continues along with Flyn, Maximus and Pascal! The adventure is filled with magical songs and dancing from the hit movie and TV series, along with activities, crafts, costumes and props! We will discover all the magic and adventures in the land of Corona in this thrilling dance camp. Instructor: Joy of Dance Staff.
 
3-5 years
5 days @ 3 hrs, $380/$295 MCC district residents.
1591.119          M-F, 7/8-7/12          9 a.m.-noon