Camp Kakamora (inspired by the movie Moana)
We're off to the realm of monsters! Join us as we create our very own mystical relics, paint demigods and lava demons, and design colorful sea creatures and aquatic artifacts. How far will we go?
Seats are limited to 15 artists/camp, so be sure to register early!
Register before May 14 and receive $10 OFF* the regular tuition of $125/camp. Camp fees include materials. A $25 deposit is required for EACH camp in order to reserve your child's spot.
Enroll at http://www.mayflowerartscenter.com/summer-art-camp-registration-ages-5-9.html
The Mayflower Arts Center is pleased to unveil its FIFTH season for our young artists this summer! Each art camp is designed to heighten the imaginations of our young artists through creative and technical exploration. Artists will incorporate the techniques they learn through both individual and collaborative works. At the conclusion of the camp, each artist will have the opportunity to present and exhibit their creations in a Gallery Exhibit/Artist Reception on Friday evening. The Gallery Exhibit will be open to the public. Friends and families are always encouraged to attend.
Who are the camp instructors?
Lisa Bauer is the owner and director of the Mayflower Arts Center. She has been involved in the arts for nearly 30 years. She holds a dual Bachelor's Degree in Architecture and Environmental Design from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and an MBA with concentrations in Marketing and Project Management from Wright State University. She is also a freelance graphic designer. Ms. Bauer a deep passion for art and education and delights in sharing the Mayflower Arts Center with all artists. She lives in Springfield with her family and loves reading, listening to all types of music, watching movies, painting, drawing, and spending time with her two children.
Isaiah Johnson is currently studying PoliSci and Theatre Arts at The Ohio State University. Upon entering OSU, he was immediately cast as a lead in two live theatre productions, "An Enemy of the People" and "InterACT." Isaiah was also cast in a lead role in the new college webisode miniseries "Future Pending." He attributes his love of live theatre as well as his in-depth experience with Troy High School's Drama program as catalysts for his success at OSU. Isaiah is also a former camp counselor at Camp Mowana, in Mansfield, Ohio.
Tommy Sebring is a Troy High School graduate and has worked on stage as well as off stage in all productions throughout his high school career. He is very involved in Drama Club and currently he serves as Vice President of the club, He is also an elected State Thespian Officer of the Ohio region. Tommy's vast experience includes all facets of live theatre production, including playwriting, set design/build, show direction, and performance. He is truly passionate about giving kids an amazing and fun camp experience—equipping them with the skills they need to write, produce, and perform in their own show. Tommy is studying at Bowling Green State University.
Timothy Wells is a photographic and installation art artist, and educator. He has his Masters in Fine Arts and is an experienced photography teacher – teaching digital, darkroom, and alternative processes. Mr. Wells is the current resident artist with the Mayflower Arts Center.