This art and personal development camp invites kids to proudly explore their racial and cultural identity through writing, graphic stories, theater games, improvisation, and mask making. Each day of camp features a different amazing instructor! Tina La Padula is an actress, activist and former education director of Seattle Arts Corps. Carina del Rosario is a photographer and teaching artist who founded IDEA Odyssey, a collective that nurtures and promotes artists of color and artists who explore culture, identity and diversity in their visual art; Victoria Clayton is a local artist, grief facilitator and Spanish teacher; Amy Burtaine is a racial equity training and social justice educator with over 25 years facilitating workshops and community dialogues; Thomas Elliott is a writer, educator and the director of Alternative Education Options for Vashon School District.
Dates: Monday – Friday, July 16 – 20
Times: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Tuition: $200 Member, $220 General + $25 materials
Instructors: Tina La Padula, Carina del Rosario, Amy Burtaine, Thomas Elliott, Victoria Clayton
Location: Blue Heron downstairs