CLASSES

THE SCHWEINFURTH
ART CENTER

Art Center Policies

Winter Weather: if it is a snow day for the Auburn Enlarged City School District, Art After School will be canceled.

Payment is required for all art classes at the time of registration. No refunds within one week of class start date. Classes often fill up, so we encourage you to register early!

If the Art Center cancels a class you will be notified. When a class is cancelled, your enrollment fee may be credited towards another class or may be refunded in full.

Summer Art Camp: Art and Nature (Ages 6-10)



Join Warner in bringing Art & Nature inside!  Create glowing gems, oil pastel leaf paintings and Zen-tangle animals. Design a layered Ombre Landscape and your own dream catcher while studying the stars of the summer skies.  Weave circular weavings and create prints inspired by patterns we find in nature.  Build free standing sculptures inspired by our favorite animals and create homemade play dough bobble heads!  This online camp will include sharing circles and games to keep our bodies and minds feeling creative and inspired.

Note that this art camp will be held online via Zoom.

When: Monday-Friday, August 3-7, 10am-Noon each day
Who: Ages 6-10
Teacher: Warner Varno
Cost: $50 members / $60 non-members

To register, please click here or call the Art Center at 315.255.1553.


Summer Art Camp: Animal Explorations (Ages 6-10)



Spend the week exploring animals and their habitats around the globe through art. We will create using all kinds of different mediums including paper, paint and found objects. Learn as we have fun delving into the animal worlds of our own country, Africa, Australia and more!

Note that this art camp will be held online via Zoom.

When: Monday-Friday, August 10-14, 10am-Noon
Who: Ages 6-10
Teacher: Joy LoPiccolo
Cost: $50 for members / $60 for non-members

To register, please click here or call the Art Center at 315.255.1553.


Summer Art Camp: Habitats and Landscapes - Becoming a Naturalist (Ages 11-16)



This week long course on becoming a naturalist includes color pencil drawings, watercolor and collage. Find the joy of nature by collecting plant specimens and observing animals in their natural habitat. Fill your sketchbook with observational drawings from an insect collection (provided by the art instructor), create lovely illustrations of flowers and discover how to draw birds. Experiment with glue, wax resists and salt to develop your skills in watercolor. And collage of a birds eye view of a landscape, sourcing images of remote places via google photos. 

Note that this art camp will be held online via Zoom.

When: Monday-Friday, August 10-14, 1-3pm
Who: 11-16
Teacher: Madeline Bartley
Cost: $50 for member / $60 for non-members

To register, please click here or call the Art Center at 315.255.1553.