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Camp Guadalupe

We are still accepting students for summer camp.
All weeks still have openings.

GCAC Summer 2013 Camp

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CAMP GUADALUPE offers a culturally rich summer camp for 8-12 year-olds who want to explore their creativity, develop their artistic talent, make lifelong friendships and have FUN! We offer intensive multi-disciplinary experiences in creative writing, dance, media arts, theater arts, and visual arts.

Ages: 8-12

Fee: $100 per week

MONDAY – FRIDAY (8:30am-5:00pm) Lunch & Snack Included

  • Week 1: June 10-14
  • Week 2: June 17-21
  • Week 3: June 24-28
  • JULY 4th BREAK
  • Week 4: July 8-12
  • Week 5: July 15-19
  • Week 6: July 22-26

 

WE ARE SO EXCITED TO BE PREPARING FOR A NEW SUMMER EDITION OF CAMP GUADALUPE. VOTED THE BEST 2012 SUMMER CAMP BY WOAI VIEWERS.

CAMP GUADALUPE offers a culturally rich summer camp for 8-12 year-olds who want to explore their creativity, develop their artistic talent, make lifelong friendships and have FUN! We offer intensive multi-disciplinary experiences in creative writing, dance, media arts, theater arts, and visual arts. Every week a particular artistic discipline will be highlighted, however children will have the opportunity to experience weekly a wide range of artistic practices.

 

  • Week 1: June 10-14

Los Tres Grandes: The three big…. What? Three of the greatest artists muralist in history! Cities with murals like San Antonio are indebted to their legacy. Come down to the Guadalupe and get inspired with the magnificent West Side murals and the work of Mexican Muralists Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, & David Siqueiros. You will discover their work both from Mexico and in the United States. You’ll also be a part of the team learning and making your very own mural here at the Guadalupe!

 

  • Week 2: June 17-21

chun-ta-chun-ta / chun-ta-ta-ta… Here come the Mariachis!!!: Music should always be a part of our lives. You will be singing, dancing and playing instruments. Imagine making your own instrument and playing in your own Mariachi band! It will be possible this week at Camp Guadalupe.

 

  • Week 3: June 24-28

Yo soy Joaquin, Bilingual Latino Poetry: Soy Joaquin, soy Mario, I’m Elena… Let ‘s tell everyone who we are. We can discover more about ourselves by sharing with others who we are individually and collectively! You will be able to define yourself with words and with pictures expanding your vocabulary and your language skills as we play language games with our Spanish and English.

 

  • Week 4: July 8-12

The mystery of the Crystal Skulls (Mosaics) Is it supernatural, archeology or a hoax?: Everybody likes a good Mystery, right? We can all be Sherlock, Tintin or Nancy Drew for a week to discover and tell everyone about our theories on the origins of the Crystal Skulls.

 

  • Week 5: July 15-19

Rolling!!! Quiet on the Set! Acción!!: Actors, Directors, Screenwriters, Set builders, and Campers wanted! Get ready to man the lights, concentrate, you’ll need to be silent on the set, and then break out in laughter to create just the right atmosphere for your collective comedy, documentary, or will it be a drama?

 

  • Week 6: July 22-26

We are in Business! Food art:  Campers put on your chef hat! This week we will be in the business of creating all sorts of edible things. We will also be attentive to how our food creations look and smell and to designing a wonderful experience for our guests. By the end of the week we will have tried all sorts of interesting dishes and be ready to open up our one night restaurant!

 

CAMP CELEBRATION NIGHT: All campers invite their families to attend a night of celebration and performances that have been created in each and every week of the Summer Camp. Friday 26th of July 7:00 pm.

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, June 1, 2012.

TUITION: $100 per week.  Students can participate in one or more of the week sessions.  All participants must have a current GCAC membership at the $25 level.  Registration for Camp Guadalupe can be made online at www.guadalupeculturalarts.org or by calling (210) 271-3151.  Please contact Orlando Bolaños, Education Director, at orlandob@guadalupeculturalarts.org for more information.

 

 

MEMBERS: GCAC Familia-level members receive a 15% discount.

 

CAMP GUADALUPE LOCATION: Guadalupe Gallery, 723 S. Brazos Street

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