Kids' Camp: Animal Stories
June17 — 21, 2019 - ages 7 to 9 (Full)
June 24 — 28, 2019 - ages 10 to 12
Ancient peoples were deeply connected to the natural world, often looking to animals to help tell their stories through representations in clay, wood, and stone. They also looked to animals for the materials to make their art, from the wool of llamas and alpacas in South America to the horns of the Zebu bull of South Africa. From using creative movement to investigate the nature of snakes and their portrayals in South Asian art to sketching dolphins in the Greek and Roman Galleries and live models—the dolphins at the Georgia Aquarium!—teaching artist and dancer Jamilyn Jones will lead children on an exploration of works of art in the collection that demonstrate this connection to animals.
|Carlos Members||$205 per week|
|Nonmembers||$245 per week|
Camp Carlos offers a 10% discount to families registering siblings.
Camp begins at 9 AM and ends at 3 PM. Aftercare is available Monday through Friday from 3 PM to 5 PM for an additional $60 per week.
Venue: Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta, GA