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Through a series of small, specialized camps, kids in grades 2 through 12 can explore fashion design, photography, painting, printmaking, mixed media and more! Each session draws inspiration from Southern works of art and gives campers the chance to learn from professional artists in a unique museum setting. In celebration of each session, family and friends are invited to a final show or gallery exhibition, showcasing camper artwork. Space is limited, register today to reserve your camper’s spot!
*Ogden Museum Camps are sponsored in part by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, Inc.
Explore a wide variety of 2D and 3D media in this Fine Art FUNdamentals camp! We’ll focus on traditional techniques like drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and mixed media techniques. Campers will work with professional visual artists to create both individual and collaborative works inspired by the Museum’s collection and great works of art from around the world. In celebration of each session, family and friends are invited to a final gallery exhibition showcasing camper artwork. New projects presented each session!
Session 1: June 8 – 19, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. / Students entering grades 2 – 5
$450 members; $500 non-members
June 22 – July 2, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. / Students entering grades 2 – 5
$405 members; $450 non-members (prices pro-rated for July 4 holiday)
Working with Alison Parker of ricRACK NOLA, students will follow the process of a fashion designer from sketch to finished product. Classes will start with research and design techniques, figure drawing and construction (sewing by machine and hand), culminating in a realized “couture” piece. Students will also work with dance instructor Liese Weber to create a choreographed fashion show presented at the end of the session.
July 6 – 17, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. / Students entering grades 5 – 8
$450 members; $500 non-membersRegister for Fashion Camp
Working with photographer and educator Aubrey Edwards, campers will spend the first week learning basic elements of photography including composition, exposure, storytelling and functions of their camera. During the second week, students will focus on more advanced areas of photography such as photojournalism, portraiture, fashion and lighting. Campers will leave with a portfolio of edited work and participate in a student-curated Museum exhibition opening on Hancock Whitney White Linen Night.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY CAMP
June 22 – July 3, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. / Students entering grades 6 – 8
$405 members; $450 non-members (prices pro-rated for July 4 holiday)Register for Middle School Photography Camp
HIGH SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY CAMP
July 6 – 17, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. / Students entering grades 9 – 12
$450 members; $500 non-membersRegister for High School Photography Camp
SUPPORT A CAMPER AND HELP EXPOSE NEW ORLEANS YOUTH TO ART!
Ogden Museum Summer Camps fill a great need in the New Orleans area, for both children and their working parents. The Ogden Museum’s small, specialized camps are guided by professional artists and Museum educators in a unique Museum setting. Campers can explore fashion design, photography, painting, printmaking, mixed media and more!
Consider donating to Ogden Museum Summer Camps and help expose a New Orleans youth to art! A gift of $500 will provide a full scholarship for one camper who could not otherwise attend Summer Camp.Donate to Ogden Museum Summer Camps