Learn Programs for kids & families SUMMMER 2013 Santa Barbara Museum of Art Family 1st Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 pm Free! Bring the whole family to enjoy 1st Thursday together in SBMA’s Family Resource Center, located across from the Museum Café on the Lower Level. Museum Teaching Artists are available to assist families in creating special exhibition-based art projects. Afterwards, enjoy the galleries until 8 pm. Myth and Materiality: Latin American Art from the Permanent Collection, 1930–1990 Watercolor Still Life Thursday, May 2 Inspired by the still life details in Diego Rivera’s works, paint from displays of calla lilies, roses, and bundles of wood using watercolor on mid-tone paper. California Dreaming: Plein-Air Painting from San Francisco to San Diego Pastel Landscapes Thursday, June 6 Reimagine some of Santa Barbara’s most stunning geography by rendering rolling hills, pale skies, and towering oaks in pastel. Thursday, July 4 No Family 1st Thursday due to the July 4th Holiday Labour and Wait Patterned Paper Lanterns Thursday, August 1 Construct a William Morris plant-inspired standing paper lantern after David Thorpe’s Quiet Lives. Location: SBMA Family Resource Center, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street For future Family 1st Thursdays, visit www.sbma.net/kidsfamilies Studio Sundays on the Front Steps 1:30 – 4:30 pm Free! Visitors of all ages are invited to participate in these hands-on informal workshops with SBMA Teaching Artists. Each month explore a different medium—clay, metal, ink, wood, photography, paper—all inspired by works of art in the Museum’s collection or special exhibitions. All participants receive a Free Family Pass to the Museum. Tempera Paint Gunther Gerzso’s Two Personages Sunday, May 12 Layer brightly colored forms inspired by the natural world and ancient Mexican architecture to create a portrait in tempera after Gunther Gerzso’s Two Personages. Printing Ink Tsukioka Yoshitoshi’s Moon on Musashi Plain Sunday, June 9 Create a monotype with vibrantly colored printing inks inspired by lunar myths, legends, and festivals featured in Yoshitoshi’s “One Hundred Aspects of the Moon” on view in the Asian galleries. Graphite and Watercolor Jane Wilbraham’s Crushed Sunday, July 14 Find the beauty in small-scale natural elements in unexpected urban locations and draw from weeds, leaves, shells, and other found objects from Santa Barbara’s streets, then add a watercolor wash. Unfinished Wood Allison Smith’s Stockpile Sunday, August 11 Build a multistoried sculpture from various shapes of unfinished wood and mixed media objects inspired by Allison Smith’s Stockpile. Location: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Front Steps. In the event of inclement weather, activities will be moved inside to the Museum’s Family Resource Center. Summer ArtVenture Camps Ages 5 – 12 Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm At ArtVenture Camps children spend their day immersed in hands-on art making, cultural history, and creative problem solving. All camps include a visit to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art to learn about and be inspired by original works of art. The Museum’s exceptional team of Teaching Artists includes painters and sculptors, a children’s book illustrator, a ceramicist, a graphic designer, and an art historian who are all experienced art educators. California Dreaming: Painting in Paradise June 10 – 14 Create art in nature’s studio by painting and drawing in the great outdoors! Inspired by the exhibition California Dreaming: Plein-Air Painting from San Francisco to San Diego, study the techniques of California Impressionists and perfect artistic skills, while depicting landscapes in new and exciting ways with a variety of materials. Going Global: Animals in World Art June 17 – 21 July 22 – 26 Take a walk on the wild side! Journey through the Museum with animals from the permanent collection as your guides. Discover the myths, magic, and meaning behind each animal while experimenting with various mediums and exploring world cultures. Sculpt, paint, and print your own menagerie of creatures both real and imagined. Magical Myths: Gods, Heroes, and Monsters June 24 – 28 July 29 – Aug. 2 Discover the magical stories and legends of ancient times! Works of art from the Museum’s antiquities collection are the starting points before drawing, painting, and sculpting contemporary versions of gods, heroes, and monsters. Hue and Me: Exploring Color July 8 – 12 August 5 – 9 Discover how color evokes emotions in the Museum’s permanent collection and the photography exhibition Un/Natural Color. Hand-tint photographs, get creative with color field painting, and express yourself with a chromatic sculpture. Do It Yourself: Transforming Craft into Art July 15 – 19 August 12 – 16 Take a step back from technology and focus on transforming traditional crafts into larger scale works of art with contemporary twists. Take inspiration from the Museum’s special exhibition Labour and Wait and use “do-it-yourself” fun to grind pigments, mix paints, and re-purpose fiber arts, found objects, and more. $215 SBMA Members, $250 Non-Members Location: Ridley-Tree Education Center at McCormick House, 1600 Santa Barbara Street Enroll online! Visit www.sbma.net/kidsfamilies Summer Ceramics Camps Ages 6 – 14 Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm These weeklong, full-day camps introduce sculptural and functional ceramics and include hand building, wheel throwing, finishing, and glazing techniques around age appropriate and always new themes. Class size is limited to 12. Ages 6–7 June 10 – 14 Ages 7–9 June 17 – 21 July 22 – 26 Ages 8–10 June 24 – 28 July 29 – August 2 Ages 10–12 July 8 – 12 August 5 – 9 Ages 11–14 July 15 – 19 August 12 – 16 No class the week of July 4 $300 SBMA Members, $350 Non-Members Location: Ridley-Tree Education Center at McCormick House, 1600 Santa Barbara Street The Santa Barbara Museum of Art gratefully acknowledges the generosity of our donors for their contributions to the Museum's Education Programs: Schlosser Family Trust Bank of America, Shelby Bowen, Business First Bank, California Arts Council, Margaret A. Cargill Foundation, Estate of June Celmayster, Central Coast Wine Classic Foundation, Citrix Online, Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation, Robert and Christine Emmons, Larry Feinberg and Starr Siegele, Estates of Jean and Howard Fenton, Audrey Hillman Fisher Foundation, Connie Frank and Evan Thompson, Giles Family Foundation, Katherine and Dan Gunther, Astrid and Lawrence T. Hammett, The Hearst Endowed Fund for Education, The Hearst Foundations, Cyndee Howard, Hutton Parker Foundation, The Junior League of Santa Barbara, Kirby-Jones Foundation, Beryl and Neil Kreisel, Little One Foundation, Marilyn Magid, Montecito Bank & Trust, Mosher Foundation, Rita and Steven Moya, John Oppedisano and Debra Cabral, The Orfalea Foundations, Francoise and James Park, Ridley-Tree Foundation, Santa Barbara Bank & Trust, Santa Barbara Foundation, Santa Barbara Police Activities League, Nancy B. Schlosser, SBMA Docent Council, SBMA smART Families, Maryan and Richard Schall, Mary Lynn and Warren Staley, Elaine Stepanek Foundation, Jeanne Thayer, The Towbes Foundation, U.S. Bank, Venoco, Inc., Susan and Hubert Vos, The Elizabeth Firth Wade Endowment Fund, Wells Fargo Foundation, Linda and Doug Wood, donors to the Museum Fund for Excellence, and anonymous donors. Enrollment Information Enrollment Enrollment is taken on a first-come, first-served basis. To guarantee a place in a class or a camp, payment must be received in full at time of enrollment. We accept enrollment online, by mail, by phone, or by fax. Scholarships Scholarships are available. To receive a scholarship application please call 884.6441 or email [email protected] Scholarships are made possible through the generous support of the Ridley-Tree Foundation, Montecito Bank & Trust, Harold & Lorraine Wright Trust Scholarship Fund, Harriet K. Maxwell Scholarship Fund and the Education Center Scholarship Fund. Refunds Full refunds will only be given before May 20, 2013. Memberships are not refundable. Join SBMA! Join as a Member today and enjoy a full year of free admission to world-class exhibitions, special events, reduced fees for classes, workshops, and camps, and a discount on all purchases at the Museum Store. For more information call 884.6490 or visit us online at www.sbma.net/membership. Volunteer! Teaching Assistant (TA) positions are for 15–18 year olds interested in art and working with children during the Museum’s ArtVenture Camps at the Ridley-Tree Education Center at McCormick House (RTEC). The minimum volunteer commitment is two weeks and is equivalent to 80 hours of community service. Teaching Assistants will be responsible for assisting the Teaching Artists in the classroom, preparing materials, and helping children with handson art making. Email [email protected] for more information. Image Credits: Diego Rivera, Man Loading Donkey with Firewood (detail), 1938. Graphite and watercolor on paper. SBMA, Gift of Barbara J. and Robert K Straus. William Louis Otte, Nojoqui Park (detail), 1914. Pastel. SBMA, Gift of the Estate of Rosario Curletti. David Thorpe, Quiet Lives, 2010. Plaster, leather, light system, wood stand. Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, NY. Gunther Gerzso, Dos personajes (Two Personages) (detail), 1956. Oil on canvas. SBMA, Gift of Charles A. Storke. Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Moon on Musashi Plain (Musashino no tsuki), from the series “100 Aspects of the Moon” 1892, April 1. SBMA, Gift of Carol L. Valentine. Jane Wilbraham, Crushed (detail), 2010. Graphite and watercolor on Arches paper. Courtesy Hales Gallery, London © Jane Wilbraham. Image courtesy of the Artist and Hales Gallery, London. Allison Smith, Stockpile (detail), 2011. Unfinished wood and mixed media. Courtesy of the Artist and Haines Gallery © Allison Smith. Summer Enrollment Form ArtVenture Camps Winter 2009 En Membersh n STU DEN T N A M E DATE O F BIRTH s n d SBMA. STU DEN T N A M E p. h Current Mem CU RRE NT GRA DE DATE O F BIRTH M EM B ERS HI P N O. CU RRE NT GRA DE EX PI RATI O N PA REN T/GUA RDI A N N A M E(S) New or re-joi A DDRE S S Please list me as follows: CI T Y, STATE, ZI P TEL EPHO N E (HO M E) CEL L / WO RK A DU LT M EM B ER N EM A I L (REQUIRED) Payment General Mem Full payment must be received at time of enrollment. Senior $45 Scholarship application is attached/on file. Please noteor that scholarships cannot be payable used for Ceramics money order enclosed, to SBMA.Camps Check Please charge my: Mastercard Visa American Express ACCO U N T N U M B ER N A M E AS I T A PPEA RS O N CA RD (PL EAS E PRI N T ) Associate Pa Gallery Patro Collector’s P Curator’s Pat EX P. DATE Director’s Pa CVC CODE Benefactor’s S I GN ATU RE REFERRED BY mail,fill phone or fax your form enrollment Please also out the consent on theto: last page. Santa Barbara Museum of Art Enroll online at www.sbma.net/kidsfamilies or mail, phone, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 or fax your enrollment to: Phone: 962.1661 Fax: 962.5052 Email: [email protected] Rachael Krieps Santa Barbara Museum of Art Thank 1130 State you! Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Phone: 884.6441 Fax: 966.6840 Email: [email protected] Thank you! Yinka Painting (detail), Kelby, age 9 Front cover: Pollock Pa (detail), Sunil, age 7 Summer Enrollment Form Summer ArtVenture Camps Ages 5 – 14, Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm $215 SBMA Members, $250 Non-Members California Dreaming: Painting in Paradise $ June 10 – 14 Going Global: Animals in World Art $ June 17 – 21 $ July 22 – 26 Membership Current Member of SBMA MEMBERSHIP NO. EXPIRATION New or renewing Member Please list membership as follows: Magical Myths: Gods, Heroes, and Monsters June 24 – 28 $ July 29 – Aug. 2 $ ADULT MEMBER NAME(S) General Member $60 Hue and Me: Exploring Color July 8 – 12 $ August 5 – 9 $ Do It Yourself: Transforming Craft into Art July 15 – 19 $ Senior $45 Payment Total $ $ August 12 – 16 How did you hear about us? Summer Ceramics Camps (please circle one) Ages 6 – 14, Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm $300 SBMA Members, $350 Non-Members SBMA Brochure Scholarships cannot be used for Ceramics Camps Ages 6–7 Ages 7–9 June 10 – 14 $ June 17 – 21 SOLD OUT! July 22 – 26 SOLD OUT! Ages 8–10 June 24 – 28 $ July 29 – Aug. 2 $ Ages 10–12 July 8 – 12 $ Ages 11–14 August 5 – 9 $ July 15 – 19 $ August 12 – 16 No class the week of July 4 $ SBMA Website Online Ad Print Ad Referral Classroom Placement Please note that classrooms are separated by age. If you would like your child to be in the same classroom as a friend, please list the friend’s name here. We will try to accommodate your request, but placement cannot be guaranteed. Consent Form The following information is required for enrollment. Additional Student Authorized Pickup Please enter names and telephone numbers of any additional people that may pickup student from this camp (grandparents, siblings, after-care providers, etc.). Emergency/Medical Information Please enter an alternate emergency contact to call if guardians cannot be reached. The alternate should be a local resident. Alternate Name: Alternate Phone: Student Special Needs: Allergies: Medications Taken by Student: Medical Release Waiver I hereby give the Ridley-Tree Education Center my permission to obtain qualified medical attention for my child in case of an emergency with the understanding that I will be contacted as soon as possible. I understand that my child may be using art supplies and tools that may cause minor harm if not used properly as instructed. I understand that my child will be leaving the Center under the care of Ridley-Tree Education Center staff, including going to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and to neighborhood parks. Signature: Date: Photo Release Waiver Yes, permission to photograph student for Museum publications. No, permission not to photograph student.
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