Summer Art Camp

 

 

Child Camp (Ages 8-11)
August 20-24
9:00 am – 12:00 noon

 

Children will learn basic drawing foundations and expand into animal study.  They
will also touch on Anime style drawing and colours as well as Outdoor Landscape
painting.
Students should bring a water bottle, labeled with their name, as well as a nut-free
snack each day.  They should dress in comfortable clothing and shoes and hair
should be tied up off of their faces.
Please dress appropriate for outdoors as, weather permitting, they may do some of
their work outside.

 

Cost of camp includes use of brushes and paints.  Some supplies will be required to
be purchased.  Students will receive a list of supplies required after registration.
Cost = $150.00

 

Youth Camp (Ages 12-16)
August 20-24
12:30-4:00 pm

 

Youth will learn basic art foundations for drawing and painting.  We will then
explore art genres that are of particular interest to the individuals and provide small
group and/or one-on- one instruction specific to those.
Students should bring a water bottle, labeled with their name, as well as a nut-free
snack each day.  They should dress in comfortable clothing and shoes and hair
should be tied up off of their faces.
Please dress appropriate for outdoors as, weather permitting, they may do some of
their work outside.

 

Cost of camp includes use of brushes and paints.  Some supplies will be required to
be purchased.  Students will receive a list of supplies required after registration.
Cost = $150.00 (+ GST for students over 14 years of age)

 

 

About the Instructor, Kritsana Naowakhun
Born and raised in Bangkok Thailand, Kritsana’s first impressions about art came
from his grandfather who was a painter for Buddhist temples in mainland China.

Since he was young he always enjoyed painting, drawing, sculpting and had big
dreams of being an artist.
Being accepted into the most prestigious Fine Art University in Thailand, Silpakorn
University, Kritsana studied all different forms of media but chose a focus in
sculpture. In his time there he was involved in many group shows all over Thailand
and even was accepted in the 52nd National Exhibition for his sculpture thesis
project.

 

Upon graduation Kritsana continued to create works but his main profession was
creating intricate window designs for the worlds highest end fashion designers all
over Thailand.

 

Since arriving in Canada in 2011 Kritsana has dedicated himself fulltime to pursue
his dreams of creating and inspiring others through visual art. He has had many
group and solo exhibitions in Ontario and now here in Fort McMurray at MacDonald
Island Community Art Gallery and Keyano Art Gallery. Kritsana is currently teaching
art classes for youth and adults at the Suncor Centre for the Performing Arts and is
truly grateful for the opportunity to spread his knowledge and skills with this
community.


    • Monday, August 20th, 2018 @ 09:00am - Friday, August 24th, 2018 @ 12:00pm
    • Monday, August 20th, 2018 @ 12:30pm - Friday, August 24th, 2018 @ 04:00pm