The support from our community partners is a critical part in helping to expand our programs to reach more students! Here are a few examples of what their support has helped produce this year!
Come join us for an art-filled Spring Break!! Artists in Wondercamp is an art program designed to introduce elementary and middle school students to contemporary art through inquiry-based learning, open-ended discussions, hands-on studio art experiences, and interactions with professional artists.
Students explore meaningful ideas and processes that help them investigate the world around them through the elements of art while, most importantly, having lots of fun. Different themes and media are explored with an emphasis on the process over the final product to allow creativity to flow freely We’ll begin each day with mindful body movement & yoga. For ages 7-12 years old.
Art is a messy business, so please dress appropriately!
$225 per week
$200 per week early registration by January 31
* Scholarships available, for inquiries contact: Sarah Zimmer firstname.lastname@example.org
$25 per week Early Drop-off at 8:00am
$25 per week Late Pick-up at 6pm
$40 per week for both
Registration goes live on January 7th!
Early registration - Jan 7th- Jan 31st
Regular registration - Feb 1- March 8th (registration closes March 8th)
Does it have a beak or sharp and glistening fangs? Does it slither on the ground or soar with lofty wings? Is it cute and sweet and fine or dripping with putrescent, sticky slime?
If you’re the kind of person who finds themself daydreaming about mythical beasts, strange animals, alien lifeforms, or magical creatures, this is the camp for you! Students will explore drawing, painting, and printmaking to design an original creature creation.
Using our 2D art as a blueprint, students will then fabricate and breathe life into their creatures by making a three-dimensional sculpture using a variety of materials including polymer clay, papier-mache, and fabric.
We’ll explore each step of this process: from the initial design, preliminary sketch, to the finished sculpted creation. We’ll look to myths and legends, fairy and folktales, pop-culture, and contemporary artists for inspiration.
We bring ARO programming to Bithlo twice a week and work with students in K-12 grades.
Semester-long classes that help instill confidence against bullying through art, creative writing & theatrical performances.
rtsIn partnership with The Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida, ARO offers programming to 5th & 6th graders once-a-week. This program is generously supported by United Arts of Central Florida
Fun summer camp that mixes art history, contemporary pop culture & art mediums together for a safe and exploratory journey. This program is generously supported by the Mayor’s Matching Grants program.
The overarching goal of this program is for students to gain a greater understanding of social justice through an art curriculum which supports state standards.
In Partnership with Orlando REP
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