I hope you are enjoying the warm weather outside! As we get closer to the end of the school year, keep in mind that NCLAC’s Summer Arts Camps are a great way to help keep your child occupied while also enriching his or her creative and artistic development.
As part of our weekly “Teacher Feature,” I want to introduce you to another camp instructor: artist Peter Hay!
Peter was born in Maryland, moved to Ohio, and then settled for a while in Oklahoma. He received his Associate of Art degree from Northern Oklahoma college before earning his Bachelor of Arts at Northeaster State University in Tahlequah, OK. Peter is currently a graduate assistant at Louisiana Tech University, working on this MFA in studio art. Peter’s surreal and still life paintings were featured during Holiday Arts Tour 2012 at the Dixie Center for the Arts.
Peter will teaching 2D (drawing and painting) at a weeklong camp in Jonesboro, from July 15-19.
Registration for weeklong camps is $60 if you pay before May 1 ($65 after that date). We also have several “Super Saturday” that are just $20 if you register and pay 10 days before the camp ($25 after that date). Camp fees include a snack.
Students entering grades 2-7 are eligible to participate.
Those interested may register by phone at 255-1450, or by downloading a registration form from our blog @ nclac.wordpress.com, or site @ nclarts.org. Forms and checks should be mailed to NCLAC, PO Box 911 Ruston, LA 71273