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Archbishop Curley Notre Dame Prep

Archbishop Curley Notre Dame Prep

Visual and Performing Arts Camp

Discover: Music and Drama
Develop: Visual art skills with a special focus on Painting and Pop Art
Connect: Visit studios, galleries, and museums and connect with Miami artists

Summer Camps
The Elements of Drawing
&
Performing a Monologue
June 15 - 19
Exploring the World of Pop Art
&
Improvisation
June 22 - 26
Paintings
&

Introduction to Music Theory
 
June 29 - July 2
Landscape and Interior Settings
&

Stage Movement
 
July 6 - 10
Performance and Exhibit
&

Costumes/Props/Lighting/Finale
 
 
July 13 - 17

Ages: 8-16

Sessions run Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
After and Before Care available by request with fee charged separately.

$100.00 per week 
Discounts:  $175 (2 weeks); $250 (3 weeks); $325 (4 weeks); $400 (5 weeks)
Registration fee is waived for one or multiple weeks of participation booked prior to May 1, 2015.

Camp Aftercare Available
  $10 per Day
 

For More Information Contact Us

*Field Trip Fees May Apply
** Visual & Performing Arts campers are encouraged to bring a digital camera


The Elements of Drawing:  June 15 – 19, 2015
Using pencils students will learn the different techniques in drawing still life objects.
Performing a Monologue:
The monologue performance involves much more than simply reciting lines in front of the class. During this week, students will be expected to research the play (monologue), to develop a unique character and to perform with confidence and control


Exploring the World of Pop Art: June 22 – 26, 2015
Using colorful ideas students will discover the wonderful world of Andy Warhol’s pop art techniques.
Improvisation:
Improvisation is a vital dramatic skill. You never know when something is going to go wrong onstage, and cast members will need to make it look like everything is going as planned.  


Paintings: June 29 – July 2, 2015
Explore the wonderful world of painting. Learn the color wheel and experiment with different colors. Suminagashi painting and tie dye. 
Introduction to Music Theory:
What do all those lines and squiggles and dots mean? Students will learn to comprehend the “language of music” and become fairly literate in reading a musical score.  They will also use this knowledge on some type of instrument and voice. 


Landscape and Interior Settings: July 6 – July 10, 2015
Using a camera, students will explore the different settings of photograph by finding the perfect settings for backdrops. Make a poster board of pictures taken.
Stage Movement:
Students will be introduced to the various forms of movement for the stage performer.  The week will focus on flexibility, physical improvisation, character building, mask-work, and physical composition.

Field Trip: Guided tour of de la Cruz Collection (Miami Design District)


Performance and Exhibit: July 13 -17, 2015
Create poster boards and covers for the final camp production and art exhibit.
Costumes/Props/Lighting/Final production:

Students will be introduced to the basic elements of technical production and design with an emphasis upon the areas of scenery, lighting, costume, and make-up.  Students will also spend the week preparing for the final performance


Come explore the world of Drama and Musical Theater.  Together, students will put on a great show by working hard and having lots of fun.