The Arts Alliance 2014

The
Arts
Alliance
2014
SUMMER
CAMP
GUIDE
COOL Camps!
Summer Art Camps
AT-A-Glance
Page 1
Registration
Information
Page 2
Camp
Descriptions
Pages 3,4,5,6
Parent
Information
Youth Agreement
Page 7
Pages 8,9
Registration
ALL camps are held at Cottell Park, 5847 Irwin-Simpson Rd., Mason, OH 45040
www.the-arts-alliance to download registration form.
Call 513-309-8585 or email [email protected] the-arts-alliance.org for more information.
On-line registration is also available.
Visit: www.the-arts-alliance.org
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THE ARTS ALLIANCE- Summer Art Camps - At-A-Glance Page 1
DATE
TIME
June 9 - 12
9:00am - Noon
June 9 - 12
CAMP
Fairy Camp II
Grades: K - 2
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Dragon-FLY Camp
Grades: 3 - 6
June 16 - 19
9:00am - Noon
Tie Dye Session I
Grades: 3 - 8
June 16 - 19
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Tie Dye Session II
Grades: 3 - 8
June 23 - 26
9:00am - Noon
Cincinnati Art Museum Camp
Grades: 3 - 8
June 30 - July 3
9:00am - Noon
Stupendous Studio: Paint, Draw, Print
Grades: 3 - 6
July 7 - 10
12:30pm - 4:00pm
GIRL PIRATE Performance & Em (POWERMENT) Camp
Grades: 4 - 8
June 14 - 17
9:00am - Noon
SEW Fun!
Grades: 3 - 8
July 14 - 17
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Two Sticks and Strings
Grades: 3- 8
July 21 - 24
9:00am - Noon
Duck Tape & Sharpie Mash-up Camp
Grades: 3 - 6
July 21- 24
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Art + Rap Camp
Grades: 3 - 6
July 28 - 31
9:00am - Noon
Cincinnati Art Museum Camp
Grades 3 - 8
Aug. 4 - 7
12:30pm - 4:00pm
(Your) Wild Blue Summer Camp
Grades: 4 - 8
Register Now! www. the-art-alliance.org
This and that...
ALL materials are included in our camps.
All instructors are required to have a background check.
All campers have an awesome time!
Registration Information
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Methods of Registering
ALL registrations will receive a confirmation email.
In-Person or Mail Registration
The following forms are required for each child.
Registration Form
Do not combine family member on one form. Each
child must have a completed form.
Youth Programming Agreement
Payment must accompany the registration.
Mail method:
The Arts ALliance
PO BOX 381
Mason, OH 45040
Drop off method:
Snyder House at Cottell Park
5847 Irwin-Simpson Rd.
Mason, OH 45040
You can drop off anytime.
On-Line method:
We are now accepting online registration.
Visit www.the-arts-alliance.org/
Payment Methods:
Payment is required at the time of registration.
The Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance accepts only checks or certified
checks. No cash, please.
Refunds/Cancellations:
Participant requested changes must be made no later than 10 business
days prior to the first day of camp.
Refunds are subject to a $5.00 processing fee and will only be granted
when requested no later than 10 business days prior to the first day of
camp. Please allow at least 10 business days for processing of all
refunds.
Summer Art Camp Descriptions
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DATE
June 9 - 12
TIME
9:00am - Noon
CAMP
June 9 - 12
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Dragon-FLY Camp
Grades 3 - 6
This camp is designed for Fairy Camp I graduates
and other young creative’s who are ready for the
next level of imagination and skill for amazing
creative storytelling and art built on the DragonFly. Creative projects include; Botanical head
gear, creative craniums, painting with wax,
colorful “Kandinsky” stenciling on canvas, FotoFoam board Dragon-Flies, & Wishing Sand.
Dragonfly themes of change, color & light and
self-realization will be integrated into the week.
Camp leader: Glenda Miles
FEE: $60.00 Supply Fee: $35.00
June 16 - 19
9:00am - Noon
Tie Dye Session I
Grades 3 - 8
Join us for a week of exploring dyeing techniques
that are not limited to the traditional tie die of
summer camp experiences. We'll explore
stitching, wrapping, folding, sun painting and
more using professional grade vibrant colors.
Tie Dye helps children understand process,
patterns and colors. Team building skills are used
throughout the week. Camp Leader: Karen Kurak
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $35.00
June 16 - 19
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Tie Dye Session II
Grades 3 - 8
Join us for a week of exploring dyeing techniques
that are not limited to the traditional tie die of
summer camp experiences. We'll explore
stitching, wrapping, folding, sun painting and
more using professional grade vibrant colors.
Tie Dye helps children understand process,
patterns and colors. Team building skills are used
throughout the week. Camp Leader: Karen Kurak
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $35.00
Fairy Camp II
Grades K - 2
*Campers are welcome to take both a
morning and afternoon session of Tie Dye.
Campers are required to be pickup after
the first session and Noon and return at
1:00pm.
DESCRIPTION
2nd Annual Fairy Summer Camp! Welcome back
or join us in celebrating the realm of the Fay.
Campers will enjoy creativity & celebration
centered on the enchanted world of fairy tales &
music. Projects include; personal Fay name, fairy
spying spoons, wishing wands, ice painting, falling
stars & dragon tears & much more! Daily dress up
is highly encouraged for all Goodfellows, Elfin
Folk, Pixies and Sprites! LOTS of artsy fun,
creative play, and a photo fun day with keepsake
collage picture. Fairy Parade with sparkle wings
on Thurs. June 12th @ 11:30 am.
[Parents/caregivers invited]. Camp Leaders &
Fairy Guardians: Glenda Miles “Miss Glitter” ,
Theresa Brockman “Miss Petal” and Conner
Holzer “Puck” our mischievous Nature Sprite.
FEE: $60.00 Supply Fee: $35.00
June 23 - 26
9:00am - Noon
Cincinnati Art Museum
Camp
Grades 3 - 8
The Cincinnati Art Museum is full of all different
types of art. Find out more about the collection, and
then design and create your own exhibition. In this
camp we will be exploring how museums develop
exhibitions, doing our own artwork to exhibit, and
then using our knowledge to develop an exhibition of
our own. All supplies and materials will be provided.
Camp Leader: Carrie Atkins Maras
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: Supplies included
*This camp is made possible by our friends at the
Cincinnati Art Museum
June 30 July 3
9:00am - Noon
Stupendous Studio:
Paint, Draw, Print
Grades 3 - 6
Mix it up this summer with this mixed media
camp! Join us for a week filled with painting,
drawing, printmaking and more! We will explore
a variety of painting and printing techniques
including relief, collograph, photograms, and
image transfers. Projects include animal playing
cards, abstract landscapes, self-portraits, fantasy
land illustrations, and more! Camp Leader:
Kristine Donnelly
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $40.00
Summer Art Camp Descriptions
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DATE
TIME
CAMP
DESCRIPTION
July 7 - 10
12:30pm - 4:00pm
GIRL PIRATE
Performance and
EMPOWERMENT Camp!
* for girls only.
Grades 4 - 8
A-HOY! "Tis a bold new adventure in creative summer
camp for girls! Brought to us by award-winning musical
playwright duo, Robin OK and Serenity Fisher, this
exciting summer session offers girls a one-of-a-kind
opportunity to delve into their own creative spirit.
Girls get the chance to play, create & co-create in a
safe accepting environment, where each is valued for
her unique gifts. Throughout the week, girls will
dabble in the beauty of their imagination, create their
own characters and story lines, play spontaneous
improv games, co-create music, laugh, dance, breathe
and appreciate their bodies in motion. There will also
be costuming, creative team-work, and a treasure
chest of surprises. The final day culminates in a
performance showcasing each girls' individual
contribution to the whole. Family and friends
welcome.
The pirate theme is Inspired by Robin & Serenity's
latest musical stage production, "Booty! A
Revolutionary Pirate Tale," which recently debuted at
Cincinnati Fringe Festival 2014. Based on real-life
historical girl pirates, the play seeks to empower girls
to trust their own voice, power and truth. Camp
Leaders: Robin OK and Serenity Fisher
FEE: $60.00 Supply Fee: $60.00
July 14 - 17
9:00am - Noon
July 14 - 17
1:00pm -4:00pm
July 21 - 24
9:00am - Noon
July 21 - 24
1:00pm - 4:00pm
July 28 - 31
9:00am - Noon
SEW FUN!
Grades 3 - 8
Two Sticks and Strings
Grades 3 - 8
Duck Tape & Sharpie
Mash-up Camp!
Grades 3 - 6
Campers get to design their own trendy fabric,
learn different hand stitches, and get instruction a
sewing machine in Sew Fun. No sewing
experience is needed – just bring your
imagination! Daily projects include power cuffs,
slithery snakes, crowns, treasure bags and dream
[ pillow] cases.
Camp Size limit of 10-12. Camp Leader: Terri
Parmenter
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $25.00
What can you create with sticks and string?
LOTS of wild and wonderful things! With
constant hands-on practice, campers will be
introduced to the ancient art of knitting.
Basic stitches will be mastered and advanced
stitches and techniques will be explored!
Campers can choose their own knitting
project to work on! Choose from bags, hats,
zombie or owl pillows, gadget cases, and
MORE! Campers will also participate in a
community art project that will showcase
their stitching skills; a YARN BOMB! No
experience necessary! Camp Leader: Cori
Parmenter
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $30.00
This camp is a vivid mash-up of projects all created
from Duck Tape, Sharpie Markers and Washi
Tape! Projects include Foam board doodle-dos,
Thought Bubbles on canvas with personal photo,
Ducktape Canvas Art, Color burst tiles and so much
more! Daily structured projects + daily time and
Ductivity table for independent mini mash-ups.
Camp Leader: Glenda Miles
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $20.00
Art + Rap Camp
Grades 3 - 6
Colorful Art Supplies + Beatmaker = creative
projects like bucket drumming & Sharpie
Graffiti art, rap song composing, collage-a-song,
typography art & reading to rap. Innovative
performance scheduled for last day of camp for
invited guests of campers. All rap songs are
positive in nature and rated G. Camp Leaders:
Artist Glenda Miles and Rapper Kim Belew.
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $20.00
Cincinnati Art Museum
Camp
Grades 3 - 8
Join us for a look into all American artwork in the
collection at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The
Cincinnati Art Museum will host the great
American icon, American Gothic, by Grant Wood
this fall and we are gearing up with a look at this
work and other American classics. Students will
use their new knowledge to create their own
artwork in response. All supplies and materials
will be provided. Camp Leader: Carrie Atkins
Maras
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: Included
*This camp is made possible by our friends at the
Cincinnati Art Museum
July 28 - 31
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Superheroes Camp
Summer Art Camp Descriptions
Grades 2 - 5
DATE
Aug. 4 - 7
TIME
12:30 - 4:00
CAMP
(Your) Wild Blue
Summer Camp
*for girls only
Grades 4 - 8
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DESCRIPTION
What is "Wild Blue"? It's BEing the true blue Y-OU! It's blue like the sky and the sea, vast and wild
like only young girls in the summer-time can be!
This color-full, one-of-a-kind camp provides safe
space for girls to DANCE, SING & CREATE
something every day! Each activity is designed to
build confidence and encourage girls to claim
their own true blue beauty. Girls celebrate their
physical bodies in non-competitive, playful
expression, including dance, yoga, breathing,
laughter and more. They get to sing and make
music however they choose. They'll be given
blam-tastic, groove-a-licious opportunities to
make up words, stories and poems - both serious
and silly - on their own and as a group. They will
be ARTists, manifesting fantastic paintings,
jewelry and and mixed-media creations galore.
This session also includes adventures into the
wild blue yonder beyond the bungalow doors
each day. Camp Leaders: Robin O’Neal Kissel
and Charlene Taylor
Fee: $60.00 Supply Fee: $60.00
Have any questions?
Want to talk to us about our summer art camps?
Please feel free to call us at: 513-309-8585.
Email us: [email protected]
Parent Information
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Please try to submit your registration forms as early as possible, as camps fill fast.
Check In/Out
 The parent or guardian whose name appears on the Programming agreement must sign
the camper in and out every day.
 Photo identification must be presented at sign-in and sign-out. Authorized adults must
be noted on the Youth Programming Agreement Form.
 If an adult whose name is not listed on the Programming agreement will be picking the
camper up, we must have a signed note from the parent/guardian in advance, indicating
that they give permission for that person to pick their child up. Their photo
identification must be shown at sign-out.
What Your Camper Should Bring
 Small bag/backpack to carry snack and water
 Water bottle
 Non-perishable snack
 Comfortable shoes
 Sunscreen
 Please note that camp instructors are not permitted to apply sunscreen to campers.
Please apply sunscreen to your child prior to camp and/or provide them with sunscreen
that they are able to apply themselves.
 Art work shirt for messy projects.
You are not required to be either a Mason or Deerfield Township resident to register for the
The Arts Alliance's Summer Art Camps.
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2013 YOUTH Programming Agreement
DROP OFF METHOD:
Snyder House at Cottell Park, 5847 Irwin-Simpson Rd., Mason, OH 45040 - Drop off anytime.
MAIL IN METHOD:
ON-LINE METHOD: Please visit:
Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance, PO BOX 381, Mason, OH 45040
www.the-arts-alliance.org
YOUTH INFORMATION
Participant First Name: ______________________________ Participant Last Name: _____________________________________
Participant Gender: Male
Female
Date of Birth: _____________________________________________
Current Grade:_____________________________________
Does the youth need any special assistance?
Yes
No
Will an assistant be supplied? Yes
No
Please describe any assistance needed by your child:
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Does the youth need medication?
Yes
No
Does the youth need medication during program hours? Yes
No
Please list any medications your child is currently taking:
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please describe any medical conditions that you feel we should be aware of (i.e. asthma, allergies, dietary restrictions):
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please note: Staff are not permitted to administer medication. If your child will need medication during program hours, staff may hold
the medication until the child asks for it. Staff cannot be responsible for the administration of any medication – OTC, prescription, or
otherwise.
HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION
Parent/Guardian #1:
Parent/Guardian First Name: ___________________
Parent/Guardian Last Name: ________________________________
Street Address:______________________________
City:_______________________
Home Phone: _______________________________
Email Address: ___________________________________________
Work Phone: _______________________________
Cell Phone: ______________________________________________
Does the youth live at this address?
YES
State:______
Zip :__________
NO
Parent/Guardian #2:
Parent/Guardian First Name: ___________________
Parent/Guardian Last Name: ________________________________
Street Address:______________________________
City:_______________________
Home Phone: _______________________________
Email Address: ___________________________________________
Work Phone: _______________________________
Cell Phone: ______________________________________________
Does the youth live at this address?
YES
State:______
Zip :__________
NO
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
Emergency Contact First Name: __________________
Emergency Contact Last Name: _____________________________
Relationship: _________________________________
Phone Number: ___________________________________________
Street Address:________________________________
City:____________________
State:______
Zip :_____________
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YOUTH Programming Agreement 2 of 2
AUTHORIZED ADULTS FOR PICK UP
The Arts Alliance requires all youth, 13 years or younger, to be picked up by an authorized adult. A valid photo ID is required at time of
pick up. Please complete the information below for adults who are authorized to pick up your child.
Please Note: This information applies to all TAA programs/events/teams/camps. Parents/Guardians listed on page 1 of this form are
automatically authorized for pick up; you do not need to list them here. Please notify us in writing for any changes.
Authorized Adult #1:
First Name: _________________________________
Last Name: ______________________________________________
Street Address:______________________________
City:_______________________
Home Phone: _______________________________
Cell Phone: ______________________________________________
State:______
Zip :__________
Authorized Adult #2:
First Name: _________________________________
Last Name: ______________________________________________
Street Address:______________________________
City:_______________________
Home Phone: _______________________________
Cell Phone: ______________________________________________
State:______
Zip :__________
Authorized Adult #3:
First Name: _________________________________
Last Name: ______________________________________________
Street Address:______________________________
City:_______________________
Home Phone: _______________________________
Cell Phone: ______________________________________________
State:______
Zip :__________
OPTIONAL RELEASE: 14 years and older ONLY
For children 14 years and older, parents/guardians may sign the following release enabling their child to leave the program without adult supervision.
RELEASE OF RESPONSIBILITY: I hereby give consent for my child, ________________________, to leave the said event/class/team without adult
supervision. I hereby, for myself, my child, executors, administrators and assignees, do hereby release and discharge TAA, Deerfield Township, Parks
and Recreation Department, all sponsors, coordinating groups, volunteers, and any individuals associated with the event/class/team for all claims or
damages, actions, and whatsoever in any manner arising or growing out of my child leaving the said event/class/team without adult supervision.
REQUIRED PARENT/GUARDIAN RELEASE
PAYMENT REQUIRED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION. NO DROP INS. All payments/registrations must be done through the TAA.
REFUND POLICY: Participant requested changes must be made no later than 10 business days prior to the first session. Refunds are subject to a
$5.00 processing fee and will only be granted when requested no later than 10 business days prior to the first class meeting. Since decisions to maintain
classes are based on enrollment at the first session, no refunds are granted after the first session. In case of maximum class enrollment or class
cancellation, you will be granted a full check refund. Please allow 10 business days for processing of all refunds.
WAIVER: In consideration of your accepting my child’s entry, I hereby, for myself, my child, executors, administrators and assignees, do hereby release
and discharge TAA, Deerfield Township, Parks and Recreation Department, all sponsors, coordinating groups, volunteers, and any individuals
associated with the event/class/team for all claims or damages, actions, and whatsoever in any manner arising or growing out of my participation in said
event/class/team. I do hereby grant and give these groups the right to use my or my child’s photograph or image with or without my or my child’s name,
both single and in conjunction with other persons or objects for any and all purposes including, but not limited to private or public presentations,
advertising, publicity and promotions relating thereto.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION: In the event reasonable attempts to contact me at the state emergency telephone number have been
unsuccessful, I hereby give my consent for 1) transfer of the child to the nearest hospital reasonably accessible; 2) the administration of any treatment
deemed necessary by a licensed physician or dentist. This authorization does not cover major surgery, unless the medical opinions of two other licensed
physicians or dentist, concurring in the necessity for such surgery, are obtained prior to the performance of such surgery.
Required Parent/Guardian Signature: _____________________________________
Date: ________
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Programming Registration Form
One form per student
DROP OFF METHOD:
Snyder House at Cottell Park, 5847 Irwin-Simpson Rd., Mason, OH 45040 - Drop off anytime.
MAIL IN METHOD:
Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance, PO BOX 381, Mason, OH 45040
Payment is required at the time of registration.
All participants must have a current Programming Agreement form on file with the TAA.
 Programming Agreement forms are required for all registration methods (drop-off or mail) and may be found on our
website, www.masonarts.org
 Programming Agreements must be updated annually for each programming year (Jan. - Dec.).
 For questions on Programming Agreement forms, please contact 513.309-8585 or [email protected]
Participant First Name: _______________________
Participant Last Name: _______________________________
Parent/Guardian Name (for minors): __________________________________________________________________
Participant Gender:
Male
Female
Date of Birth: _______________________________________
Street Address:______________________________
City:__________________
State:______
Zip :_________
Home Phone: _______________________________
Cell Phone: ________________________________________
Email Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________
How did you find out about this program? Newspaper, Facebook, Township Website Our Town Other:____________
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