The Art Guild continues to offer community-focused initiatives to help people of all ages feel connected throughout this time. From providing online classes and exhibits to TAG at Home, a free web portal featuring free online tips, demonstrations and micro-lessons, to outdoor Summer Camps for small groups of 8 or less kids, the organization is responding to the “new” now with creative options for everyone.
The three initiatives include:
May 15: Landscape Painting with Paul Becham series begins
May 18: Portraiture with Rob Silverman begins
TAG at Home: When you can’t make it to The Art Guild, The Art Guild comes to you! The organization has devoted a portion of their website for tips, micro-lessons, demonstrations and artist prompts so that students can continue to learn from the Art Guild’s award-winning artists and get creative while they’re at home or away.
Summer Camps at beautiful Elderfields Preserve (Limit 8 campers)
Limited to just 8 kids, The Art Guild is taking their Summer Camp experience outdoors on their three-acre preserve so there is plenty of space and fresh air. The weekly programs are held in the morning and a great way to get some much needed in-person socialization in an open, uncrowded environment. Instructors are also working to create an interactive online experience if an outdoor camp is not permitted and refunds will be accepted up to 14 days prior to starting.
Art Explorations, grades 1-5, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. June 29 – July 2, July 6-9, July 13-16, August 10-13
Grades 6 and up:
Cartooning, July 20-23, 10 am – 1 pm
Painting & Drawing, July 27-30, 10 am – 1 pm
3D Work & Sculpture: August 10-13, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
HS Portfolio Intensive / College Prep: July 27-31, August 3-7, 10 am – 3 pm
All of their teachers are currently using Zoom and will be ready to create a fun camp experience online if necessary.