Pine Lake EcoArts Camp
Bridging Science and Nature through Art. Pine Lake EcoArts Camp explores the unique ecosystems of the city of Pine Lake, connects kids to nature and fuels creativity and expression through theater, dance, music, and visual arts.
Ella Johannaber leads our Pine Lake EcoArts Summer camp, again. We will update the website often, so please visit our page at this link EcoArts Web Page or from our menu bar above.
Pine Lake will host 3 camps this summer for ages 5-14.
Ask about our Counselor-In-Training Program for ages 12-14.
All sessions include swimming, games and play, arts and crafts.
Session 1: June 10th-21st Forts, Castles and Sculpting with Nature
Campers will build, sculpt, mold, and assemble site specific art. Projects include a cob/mud bench, sandcastles, fairy gardens, play houses made of gathered materials, woven structures and tiny villages. Guest experts will include friends from Wild Intelligence.
Session 2 June 24-28 and July 8-12 Our Wetlands, Lake and Wildlife
How do our wetlands work? What is the quality of the water in our city? What animals live here and what are their habits? An exploration into the five unique ecosystems of Pine Lake, its wildlife, its balance and the connection with the waterways beyond the city. Guest experts will include Pine Lake’s environmental consultant, Catherine Fox.
Session 3 July 15-26 Our Traditional Theater Arts Camp where campers write, direct and star in their own play. The culmination of all three camps is the Community Performance on Friday the 26th. Guest Artists will include Pine Lake’s own Normando Ismay.
Limited full or partial scholarship are available (submit scholarship request PDF form at this link) – Scholarship Form.
Call Ella with any questions 404 277-5747.