Camp Aldrich: Architects in Training (Grades 1-3)
July 20 to 24
$350; Aldrich Family Member & Above Rate: $315
Registration required at shop.aldrichart.org
Join us at Camp Aldrich for a full-day, week-long arts experience with Museum educators and practicing artists. Weeks are themed and tailored to specific age groups for the ultimate creative learning environment, culminating into a celebration for family and friends on Friday evenings showcasing the works that the campers have developed throughout the week. On Wednesdays campers will walk into town for a local field trip.
Architects in Training: Grades 1-3
Discover what it takes to build one-of-a-kind structures from start to finish with teaching artist Adam Handler! Design cities, build bridges, create monuments, and explore the art of architecture, all in The Studio. Pull inspiration from our current exhibitions, including the monumental works in our Sculpture Garden to the small constructed works in our galleries, to generate new and exciting ideas. Campers will work on individual and collaborative projects experimenting with a range of materials and sculptural techniques.
Teaching Artist Bio: Adam Handler
Adam Handler has been a member of The Aldrich’s teaching artist team since 2015. He currently works out of his studio in Armonk, NY. Handler has a BA from Purchase College with a double major in Art History and Fine Arts. He studied life drawing in Italy, craft design with master carpenter Jorge Nieves, and photography with Debra Mesa-Pelly. Handler has exhibited in New York City, Greenwich, CT, Texas, and Canada. He is currently working on a new series of work which includes painting, sculpture, and drawing.
Questions? Please email Lorena Sferlazza, Education Assistant, email@example.com