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Spring Break Creative Art Camp with Lance Johnson, Grade 5 – 8 (Teenage Volunteers Needed)

Spring Break Creative Art Camp with Lance Johnson, Grade 5 – 8 (Teenage Volunteers Needed)

Date/Time
Date(s) - Mar/27 - Mar/30
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
New Era Creative Space (NECS)



Creative Art Camp with Artist Lance Johnson

Lance will lead students in a 4 day long Mural making camp that will explore the concept of unity in diversity, community, and oneness of humanity with a focus on the positive aspects of the our community. High school volunteer/counsellors will assist with younger students as well as participate in the creation of the artwork.

Date: March 27 – 30
Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: Full Tuition $150 Reduce Tuition/scholarship – $75 (For Peekskill Residents only)
3 Days Wednesday – Friday $100
Peekskill High School volunteers – FREE! – Must Register
Non Resident High School volunteer – $50 – Must Register
Art will be installed and exhibited during The Peekskill Open Studios, Saturday and Sunday June 2 & 3

Space is limited, so please register ASAP!

Fill out form below to reserve your child’s space.  CLICK HERE to download form, complete and mail to New Era Creative Space (NECS), 1016 Brown Street, Peekskill NY 10566. Questions? email info@necspace.com or call Ridvan Foxhall at 914-325-1053

Artist Lance Johnson

POST NO ILLS…

That is the motto of my work as an artist. I want my creativity to inspire young people to always reach for their dreams. My work is a celebration of the beauty and complexity of urban life. Post No Ills represents a focus on the inspirational rather than the negative aspects of the urban landscape. I want my work to be a source of aspiration throughout the world.

Art is the vehicle for urban renewal. My “Flowers grow from concrete” mural series is based on the poem “A Rose that grew from concrete” by Tupac Shakur. I am committed to taking my series of flowers all over the world in communities that are often overlooked and bombarded with negative stereotypes. The idea is that no matter how tough the circumstances, a child can still blossom, shine and strive for greatness!



Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.