YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase / YMCA Ayrlawn Program Center Specialty: Arts Camps | YMCA DC

YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase / YMCA Ayrlawn Program Center Specialty: Arts Camps

ADVENTURES IN ART

Craft a creation! This unique, hands-on camp introduces young artists to a variety of art media that may include drawing, painting, clay creations, plaster of paris, paper mâché, and more! Please send campers in appropriate clothing that allow for freedom of expression or send a smock

KIDS GONE CRAFTY

Create crafty creations! Develop your creativity with drawing, painting, sculpting and many more cool arts & crafts projects. This hands on camp will introduce the creative camper to dabbling in drawing, plaster of paris, paper mâché, clay characters, and more! Please send children in appropriate clothing that allows for freedom of expression.

LET’S PAINT

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AYRLAWN’S GOT TALENT

Do you have what it takes to be the next Y superstar? Let’s see what you got in this imaginative camp. Sing, dance, or perform your way into the hearts of every camper!

ART THROUGH THE AGES

Let’s take a trip around the world and through time, exploring art as we go. Stop in Australia and discover aboriginal art. Create your own ancient Greek vase, explore the calligraphy and printmaking of Japan, the landscapes of France and Italy. Art and culture – around the world!

MUSICAL THEATRE

Looking for your 15 minutes of fame? Campers will learn all of the aspects of musical theatre from character creation to costumes, and set design to performance. Improvisation, make-up, songs, props and characterization are just some of the techniques to be practiced as they work towards a final Friday performance.

SAVOR THE FLAVOR

Campers really get cooking in this introduction to the culinary arts where they learn to create fun things that you can eat! Incorporating cleanliness, nutrition, cooking terms, measuring, creating, sharing and EATING, this camp allows children to become little chefs. From chopping up to cleaning up, it’s all food for thought.

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