Are you looking for an opportunity to introduce the arts to your child in an enjoyable, stimulating environment this summer? Then, look no further. The Naples Art Association’s ARTScool is a kids’ summer program that features accredited art instructors providing children ages 5 through 17-years-old with individual arts instruction with a side of academics. ARTScool runs from June 5 through August 4, 2017 with two class times daily: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Early morning drop-off is available at 8:00 a.m. for an additional $5 per day.
Naples Art Association’s ARTScool curriculum, offers project-based learning that incorporates math, science, language, history, technology, art, and design to painting, drawing, constructing buildings, creating comic books, designing jewelry, producing digital artwork, hand building with clay, printmaking, and assembling 3D sculptures—to name a few.
Naples Art Association’s children’s art program, ARTScool 2016 will include 7 different sessions in a variety of subjects weekly from June 13 through August 5, with two class times daily. Each session will include an adult supervised outdoor break. Parents to provide a bagged lunch from home for their child if they are taking a full day of classes. ARTScool’s weekly sessions are $125 per child.
Register your child at Naples Art Association today for a summer art program where they will make new friends, expand their skill set, learn new techniques, and create art—all while having fun!
The Naples Art Association recently announced the recipients of the National Art Encounter Competition 2017 & the Maximizing the Minimum exhibition at a preview reception.
The National Art Encounter Competition is a national juried exhibition featuring recent work in all media by artists from across the United States that is on view March 17 through April 15. RECIPIENTS: $1,000 Best of Show: Renee Rey for 2 He and Sustaining $800 First Place: Helier Batista for The Maze $600 Second Place: Álvaro De Jesús for Universe of Babel $400 Jurors’ Choice Award: Jeff Whipple for I Need No Orders! $200 Award of Merit: John Long for Time is Square $200 Award of Merit: Laurent Dareau for The Night Watch $100 Honorable Mention: Marco Pinter for Less Ephemeral #9 $100 Honorable Mention: Duke Horn for The REAL Fun House $100 Honorable Mention: Penelope Breen for Recondite
Maximizing the Minimum is an annual non-themed exhibition featuring small-sized artwork with strong visual impact that is on view February 15 through March 25. RECIPIENTS: Best of Show $100: Marty Simon for Still Life with Sadie First Place $75: Anna Franklin for Degas Anyone? Second Place $50: Ann Porreca for Big City Blues Honorable Mention: Fred Stein for Second Hand Rose ... See MoreSee Less