Art Squared Saturday Camp
Art Squared music and drama culture camps make their debut at Franklin Square in September and October 2017. Two separate four-week series will match teaching artists with the imagination of students in grades 1-6 to participate in the creative process of musical and dramatic performances. Art Squared is a free program generously funded by the Knight Foundation and produced by Historic Philadelphia, Inc.
Each four-week series will enroll 20 students each in three classes: Grades 1-2, Grades 3-4, Grades 5-6; a total of 60 students will be enrolled in each Art Squared camp. Historic Philadelphia, Inc. will provide experienced teaching artists (two instructors per each group of 20 students), a snack break, and Art Squared t-shirts for all participants.
Art Squared camps will take place outdoors at Franklin Square, located at 6th and Race Streets in Philadelphia. Restrooms are located on-site. Art Squared camps will run rain or shine. Students are recommended to attend all four workshops in the series. Parents are not required but are welcome to participate in the camps.
Call 215-629-4026 for questions and additional information.
Saturdays, September 9, 16, 23, & 30
Time: 9 am to Noon
Join Historic Philadelphia, Inc. for four Saturdays of music education and inspiration as students use their voices and instruments to learn songs in preparation for a public performance on September 30.
Advanced registration is required. Music camp is free but space is limited.
Saturdays, October 7, 14, 21, & 28
Time: 9 am to Noon
Aspiring performers will come together on four Saturdays at Franklin Square to participate in acting, voice, and movement exercises as well as some basic prop construction, culminating in an original public performance on October 28.
Advanced registration is required. Drama camp is free but space is limited.
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