Spring Break Eco-Art Camp: Whale of a Time
Coastal Heritage Preserve Outdoor Classroom | 12816 Concho, Galveston, TX 77554 (Directions)Phone: (409)632-0388 | Website
Whale of a Time
“We whaley hope your kids will join us to discover new things about the gentle giants of the Gulf of Mexico”, says Artist Boat. Campers will create an acrylic painting on canvas, an ink monoprinting, and build a whale tail out of clay!
Art meets science in Artist Boat’s 2023 Spring Break day camp sessions! Campers will experience true science and art enrichment with the creation of Eco-Art and exploration of Artist Boat’s Coastal Heritage Preserve. Each camper will create high quality art projects and explore like a young naturalist. Each day is a different theme. Come for one or come for all!
- Sessions limited to 12 campers ages 5-10 years old
- Camp sessions are $80 for a one-day session, 9am to 4pm
Registration is open! To register, please visit www.artistboat.org/spring-eco-art-camps/
SPRING BREAK ECO-ART DAY CAMP DATES
9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily
Monday, March 13th: Whale of a Time
We whaley hope your kids will join us to discover new things about the gentle giants of the Gulf of Mexico. Campers will create an acrylic painting on canvas, an ink monoprinting, and build a whale tail out of clay!
Tuesday, March 14th: Shark Tales
CHOMP! Your kids can learn more about these misunderstood creatures that lurk in the Gulf of Mexico through a Dogfish Shark dissection! Kids will come home with a plaster-sculpted shark head and some clay shark teeth.
Wednesday, March 15th: Feathers & Flowers
There are so many bright, colorful birds & blooms to discover in the sea and the wetlands surrounding the Gulf of Mexico. Students will learn about feathered friends & flowers on nature walks through the coastal prairie. After enjoying this wildlife first-hand, campers then create sun prints of feathers & petals, origami flowers, and even build & paint their own bird house to bring home!
Thursday, March 16th Turtle Time
Bring your children to have a turtley awesome time learning about the life of the turtles in the Gulf of Mexico. Campers get to sculpt a clay coral reef, create a tissue paper turtle shell mosaic, and build a jellyfish in a bottle!
Friday, March 17th Keep Our Seas Plastic Free
Marine Debris is one of the biggest problems our world’s oceans are facing today! Students will beautify a trash barrel for Galveston Beaches and participate in a marine debris art contest.