By Anna Skinner
In addition to continuing classes throughout the summer, the four Myart locations – Carmel, Noblesville, Fishers and Zionsville – will be offering a variety of four day themed art camps as well as a one day Friday camps.
Camps begin June 6 and are for ages 5 and up. One new option is additional camps for ages 11 and up. Four day camps are 9:30 a.m. to noon and Friday camps are 9 a.m. to noon.
“In camp we have usually five to six projects for the week,” Owner Sylvia Runningen said. “Each day we guide them through a drawing of the project and show them how to use the medium that the project is done in.”
Themes include safari animals, farm animals, fantasy camps, sea camps, around the world, cartoon and many others. Mediums vary between colored pencil, marker, chalk pastel, acrylic painting, black and white, collaging and texturing.
For the one day camps, Runningen said that typically two projects are completed. The camps for the older children will limit projects to three or four for the week, as these camps require more focus and detail.
“We get repeated campers that come back every year, kids in our classes that sign up for camps through the summer, too, and every year we get new campers,” Runningen said. “Many times on the last day of camp, kids will sign up for another week because they had so much fun.
Carmel: 622 S Range Line Rd.
Fishers: 11720 Olio Rd., #300
Noblesville: 39 N 10th St.
Zionsville: 40 E Poplar St.