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Here be Monsters Summer Workshop (3TA)
July 21 at 9:30 am - 11:30 am$24
One Day 2 hour Handbuilding Workshops on Tuesdays and Wednesdays–ages 8-17
Summer Youth Art Camps at ICCGS–for ages 8-17! We have provided art education for over 10 years through our Summer Camp Programs. For 2020 we have adapted our summer camps to adhere to COVID-19 precautions. We are excited to offer a variety of one day workshops, July through August.
This year we are introducing our NEW S.T.E.A.M classroom in July, a dedicated classroom for all hand building workshops this summer! In each 2 hour Summer Workshop, campers will create one project using a variety of hand building skills, with instruction from our camp instructors. Projects may use a combination of pinch pot, slab building and coil building techniques. The campers will then glaze (aka paint) their works to be fired in our kilns. Projects will be available for pickup 3 weeks after their summer camp. These camps are a great option for siblings who want to take a class together!
Here be Monsters: In this creative workshop, if you can imagine it, you can create it. Let’s get our monster on and sculpt something from clay.
Date: Tuesday, July 21st
Camp Code: 3TA
Terms and Conditions:
Age Restrictions: for 2020 START After School Programming, we are requiring the minimum age to be 7 years for one day workshops. In order to ensure the success and enjoyment of our workshops, please observe these restrictions when registering. Students will be asked to wear masks and stay within their dedicated work area to help ensure proper social distancing.
Drop Off/Pick Up: Check-in and check-out will take place at the entrance of the ICCGS STEAM Classroom (ON THE 11th Avenue SIDE), located inside the Cherry Building across from the NewBo Marketplace. For safety, parents/adults must sign their child in and out. Please be punctual with all drop-offs and pick-ups. Sign-in begins no more than 10 minutes before the start of camp. Unless previously arranged, students will not be released until the end of class. For the best creative experience, and for COVID-19 precautions, parents/adults are not allowed in the studio space during class time -- but are welcome to wait in the lobby area until the end of class. Please be sure to observe our COVID-19 precautions by wearing a mask inside the Cherry Building and observing 6 foot distance during pickup and drop off.
COVID-19 precautions: in the studio we are observing all COVID-19 precautions by maintaining distance, limiting the number of people in the studio, providing several hand washing stations and sanitizing all surfaces regularly. Anyone that enters the studio must wear a mask. All one-day hand building workshops will be held in our dedicated S.T.E.A.M classroom in the Cherry Building. Do not enter the building If your child feels ill or has been exposed to someone with COVID-19. In that case, please contact us for a programming voucher, or to be transferred to another Workshop by emailing us at email@example.com. Help us keep everyone safe by observing all COVID-19 precautions.
What to Wear and Bring: Masks are required in the studio during class, masks are not provided by ICCGS. Clay may be messy, so make sure your child wears appropriate clothing and closed-toed shoes. Please make sure your child is wearing clothing that can be easily laundered. Food is prohibited in the studio but water bottles (with secure tops) are allowed.
Cancellation Policy and Transfers: ICCGS reserves the right to cancel sessions due to the minimum enrollment not being met. In that event, participants will be notified by email. If your camper cannot attend an upcoming workshop, you must contact the center 72 hours before the camp begins. Let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 319-365-9644. If we receive your request within the 72 hour timeframe, you will be issued a programming voucher. This voucher can be used for any upcoming class or workshop at the center. Alternatively we can also transfer you to another workshop, if space is available.
Completed Projects: ICCGS will process and fire all projects in our kilns. Student’s work will be available for pickup exactly three weeks after the end of their session; we will NOT call or email you when items are ready for pickup.
Please note: when you pick up your child’s items, be sure to know the date of the workshop and project type if applicable.