This July and August GCAC Will Offer Specialty Camps Taught By Top Artists Performers in Their Respective Fields
Great Neck, NY (February, 2016) — Though there’s still snow on the ground and a chill in the air, there’s no better time than the present to begin planning fun, exciting, and educational activities for the Summer as the Gold Coast Arts Center’s Summer Arts Camp. SummerArts brings fun and creative experiences to children of all ages! With activities like cartooning, chess camp, music, 3D Arts and so much more- the GCAC is offering specialty camps taught by top artists and performers 9AM-3PM at 113 Middle Neck Road, Great Neck, NY 11021. www.GoldCoastArts.org
Parents can choose 1 or 2 week camp programs. Each weekly program culminates in a performance, competition or exhibit at the end for parents and friends to enjoy. Children can be signed up for as many sessions as they wish, with kosher and nut free lunch and snack options included!
In the brand new Crafts Camp (July 5th-8th) children can make creations beyond their wildest dreams! At Musical Theatre Camp (July 11th-22nd) they’ll explore and create their own renditions of contemporary and theatrical hits with daily classes in voice, basic music, and dance to help them experience the thrill of performing on Stage. With Acting for Film (July 25th-29th) they can learn acting techniques for theatre and film by working on scenes recorded on film, and be able to take home a DVD where they are the star! Drawing & Painting (August 1st-5th) will allow them to have fun with their art using inspiration from nature and the world around them. Through Music (Instruments & Vocal) (August 8th-12) they can experience guitar, keyboard percussion and vocal training. All levels are welcome. Work with wood, paper-mache and wire at 3 Dimensional Art (August 15th-19th), show off what they’ve learned in competitive games at the end of the week at Chess Camp (August 22nd-26th), and imagine characters and explore their creativity through drawing in Cartooning (August 22nd-26th).
Parents can also choose any 2 weeks of the 6 offered in Ceramics Camp (July 5th-August 12th) where children will learn hand-building, sculpture and innovative glazing techniques, and for the younger kids (pre-K through 6th grade) there’s also Half-Day Junior Camp where daily activities include art, dance, music and much more!
It seems there’s a creative activity for just about any child willing to try something new or continue to pique their interest and develop their skills!
With such a wide array of fun, engaging, and stimulating Summer Arts Camps at the Gold Coast Arts Center this July and August (on weekdays 9AM-3PM), every child will be thrilled with the new skills they learn and imaginative ways they can develop their talents while having fun and making friends along the way!
For More Information, and To Register for Summer Arts Camps Call (516) 829-2570 or , VISIT: http://greatneckarts.org/wordpress/school-for-the-arts/
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More About the Gold Coast Arts Center:
The Gold Coast Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the arts through education, exhibition, performance and outreach. For over 20 years we have brought the arts and arts in education experiences to tens of thousands of people throughout the region through our 1) School for the Arts, which offers year-round classes in all visual and performing arts to students of all ages and abilities, (2) Free public art gallery, (3) Concert and lecture series, (4) Outreach programs, which each year bring artist residencies, after-school programs, school assemblies, teacher training workshops and parent-child workshops to students, senior citizens, teachers and others in schools and in underserved communities throughout our region, (5) Year round film screening and discussion series and (6) Gold Coast International Film Festival, in its 5th year this past Fall. The Arts Center is an affiliate of the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts: Partners in Education Program and the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.