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June 17 - 21 June 24 - 28 July 1 - 4 (holiday excluded) July 8 - 12 July 15 - 19 July 22 - 26
July 29 - August 2 August 5 - 9
*EARLY BIRD & FAMILY REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE!
*AGES 5 - 15 years* *ALL SKILL LEVELS WELCOME!*
Please send us an email or call if you would like further information on class schedules and availability.
W H A T:
SUSTAINABLE ARTS LA (SALA) is an art program that caters to families and schools who are interested in providing their children and/or students a space to explore both traditional and non-traditional methods of art that focus on working with, and introducing sustainable materials and responsible art practices.
SUMMER ARTS CAMP 2013 covers techniques in the following areas:
Printmaking Photography Clay Mixed Media
Collage Basic Drawing & Painting (acrylic, watercolor, india ink, pastels)
Book Arts Kitemaking Jewelry Design Gardening and more!
W H E R E:
Classes are held in Mar Vista, CA at a private residence (near Palms & Centinela.)
PRIVATE or SMALL GROUP classes available.
W H O:
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jennifer Gutierrez Morgan has developed a deep familiarity and
involvement within the city’s arts and education landscapes over the past ten years. She has worked to develop various skills, knowledge, and hands-on experience in the fields of both art and education.
Earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from California State University Long Beach, in addition to having professional experience as an ART EDUCATOR as the STUDIO ART instructor at Notre Dame Academy Elementary (current) and as STUDIO LAB instructor at Walgrove Elementary (current), Art Educator (West Hollywood Elementary, The Growing Place, Legacy LA, SALA), Gallery Curator, Jewelry Designer, and Freelance Photographer, Jennifer brings a rich background and perspective to her classes.
Within recent years, Jennifer's concentration has focused on Art Education and sharing the experiences she has had the opportunity to gain in the art field, in the classroom, and within her own art practice. Working with children and youth greatly resonates with Jennifer's goals and intentions for fusing both art, earthwork, and education in her lifework, which led her to develop SUSTAINABLE ARTS LA.
W H Y:
By supporting SUSTAINABLE ARTS LA, you are contributing to the future of our children, in addition to the well being of our communities on both a local and global level. Children deserve to experience creativity and art making that will support their holistic growth and development as responsible, confident, creative individuals.
S C H E D U L I N G | F E E S
The classes we offer during summer session will have limited space, as we strive to create an environment that supports optimal group learning, while simultaneously providing each child with utmost attention.
When possible, we are more than willing to accommodate alternative scheduling should there an interest in weekend and/or private sessions.
*LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE ON AN AS NEED BASIS.*
Our ultimate goal is to provide children with opportunities to experience art and creativity on an invaluable level that supports their growth, interests, and overall well-being.
We look forward to working with your children and family!
All the best,
Jennifer Gutierrez Morgan
Founder, SUSTAINABLE ARTS LA
Art Camp Santa Monica - help!
Posted by: “cerentha” Wed Mar 28, 2012 6:51 am (PDT)
Two questions for Peachhead today. Has anyone heard of Sustainable Arts LA art camp? We got a flyer for it today and it looks interesting - perfect for Spring Break. But I've never heard about them. Would love any feedback you guys might have. It's for ages 5-15 and runs in the morning or afternoons throughout April. Run by Jennifer Gutierrez Morgan.
“We know Jennifer Gutierrez Morgan! She's the art bomb as far as we are concerned. She was the art instructor for The Growing Place at Marine Park (RIE and Reggio) where my son attended, and is fantastic. This is coming from two Art Director parents who met in art school. Many of our best pieces from my son's body of work come from Jennifer's instruction. They are expressive and intuitive. All her art projects are age-appropiate, inspiring, visionary and fun. She understands the delicate process of learning to become visually literate in early education. Sadly for us, our son has moved away from the visual arts and onto the audible arts (music) and sports. He'll be going to baseball camp instead of Jenn's art camp. But being artists ourselves, we embrace change and accept sitting on bleachers instead of going to MOCA.”
Good Luck. Susan