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  • After care extends your child's camp day until 5pm, and is available for the following full-day summer camps:
    You will need to purchase after care for each child enrolled in camp, for each week of camp enrolled. After care is not available for Ukulele for Kids and Teens.
  • Ages 8-12

    July 11 – 15, 2022

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Doodle, design and draw your very own cartoon characters, then make them leap to life on the page! From superheroes and villains to manga, campers will create model sheets, expression storyboards, comic books and more – and have fun exploring the twelve principles of animation, all culminating in a spectacular, all-original art show. Camp also includes plenty of outdoor time to evoke inspiration from nature!
    • Camp Dates: July 11 – 15, 2022
    • Camp Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. After Care available.
    • Camp Tuition:
      • Early Registration (until May 31): $225
      • Regular Registration (until July 8): $275
    Camp tuition fees are non-refundable. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions.
    About the Instructor: Lynn Arnsperger Lynn's training is in fine art as well as commercial art & advertising, and includes training at Hanna-Barbera for teaching animation. While there she trained to be (and eventually became) the Dean of Animation at ACA College of Design. At Hanna-Barbera Lynn learned how a real animation studio operates. Many of her students have gone on to have successful careers in art like a graphics designer for the Super Bowl, department head at Disney, and Assistant Editor for Dungeons and Dragons Magazine. Lynn is a regular teacher at CCAC, and has led classes, workshops, and camps for numerous years.
  • Ages 8-12

    June 27 – July 1, 2022

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Art goes prehistoric in this new summer camp offering! Journey back to the Jurassic era with artistic and imaginative renderings of Brontosaurus, Stegosaurus, T. Rex and more. Campers will work with a variety of artistic mediums to bring their dinosaur dreams to life in both two- and three-dimensions. Life finds a way – and so does art!
    • Camp Dates: June 27 – July 1, 2022
    • Camp Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. After Care available.
    • Camp Tuition:
      • Early Registration (until May 31): $225
      • Regular Registration (until June 24): $275
    Camp tuition fees are non-refundable. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions.
    About the Instructor: Lynn Arnsperger Lynn's training is in fine art as well as commercial art & advertising, and includes training at Hanna-Barbera for teaching animation. While there she trained to be (and eventually became) the Dean of Animation at ACA College of Design. At Hanna-Barbera Lynn learned how a real animation studio operates. Many of her students have gone on to have successful careers in art like a graphics designer for the Super Bowl, department head at Disney, and Assistant Editor for Dungeons and Dragons Magazine. Lynn is a regular teacher at CCAC, and has led classes, workshops, and camps for numerous years.
  • Ages 8-12

    July 25 – 29, 2022

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Fire-breathing dragons, fantastical fairies and faraway lands await: enter the enchanted world of fantasy art this summer! Taking inspiration from Anne Stokes and Paul Klee, campers will craft colorful illustrations, 3D sculptures and more, discovering new creatures and friends – both real and make believe! Camp tuition fees are non-refundable. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions.
    About the Instructor: Lynn Arnsperger Lynn's training is in fine art as well as commercial art & advertising, and includes training at Hanna-Barbera for teaching animation. While there she trained to be (and eventually became) the Dean of Animation at ACA College of Design. At Hanna-Barbera Lynn learned how a real animation studio operates. Many of her students have gone on to have successful careers in art like a graphics designer for the Super Bowl, department head at Disney, and Assistant Editor for Dungeons and Dragons Magazine. Lynn is a regular teacher at CCAC, and has led classes, workshops, and camps for numerous years.
  • Ages 6-12

    June 20 – 24, 2022

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Installation art is a fast-growing medium with unlimited potential. From museums around the world, to our own city streets, public installations are changing the way we think of art. Campers will learn about the history of installation art and how it has grown to become mainstream public art. We’ll then refine a collaborative vision, collect supplies, and create our own hands-on immersive art installation to share with our community! Camp tuition fees are non-refundable. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions.
    About the Instructor: Angie Asselin Angie Asselin is an educator and installation artist with a passion for community events. Her career has been in Early Childhood Education for 25 years. Her hobbies involve being a lead volunteer for Burning Man events, Northside Community Council and PTO. Most recently Angie has been honored to create variations of an original installation piece at events at Wave Pool and the Contemporary Arts Center. Angie has been working with the CCAC since 2020 running remote schooling groups, summer camps and workshops, and looks forward to more to come!
  • Ages 8-12

    July 12 – 16, 2021

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    The vast and magical Serengeti is calling: join us for an unforgettable African art safari! Immersed in one of the greatest wild places on Earth – and surrounded by a magnificent diversity and abundance of exotic, exhilarating animals – campers will get up close to African wildlife through fundamental visual art skill building activities, two- and three-dimensional hands-on experiences, and plenty of outdoor time to spark stimulation in more familiar surroundings. Camp tuition fees are non-refundable, except for coronavirus-related camp cancellations. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions.
  • Ages 8-15

    August 1 – 5, 2022 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

    There’s a reason ukulele stays so popular – it’s easy, fun and friendly for kids to explore the world of music while learning fun songs on the ukulele. After mastering the basics of how to hold and strum a ukulele, students will learn favorite songs such as “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” “Hey Soul Sister” and many more. Bring a ukulele and a folder to organize handouts. Camp tuition fees are non-refundable. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions. About the Instructor: Jon Armstrong I have been playing guitar since the age of 9. I have studied Classical, and Jazz at CCM's Prep Dept. in middle school and throughout high school as well as rock, folk, country etc. with other local teachers. I started teaching lessons at the age of 18 in local music stores and have never stopped. While doing this I attended The College of Mount St. Joseph where I studied Classical and Jazz guitar as well as Music Ed. In addition to my 22 years of private lesson experience, I have 2 years of classroom experience teaching general music in elementary schools. I believe it is my years as a student and instructor that enable me to be an effective teacher, having had learned what worked for me as a student, and what has shown to work as a teacher.
  • Ages 8-12

    July 18 – 22, 2022

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Dive down deep and discover what lives under the sea – and in your imagination! Campers will study marine life through the creation of 3D sculptures, colorful illustrations, and more. Taking inspiration from artist Robert Wyland, campers will create a collaborative ocean mural throughout the week. Camp also includes plenty of outdoor time to evoke inspiration from nature! Camp tuition fees are non-refundable. Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 with any questions.
    About the Instructor: Lynn Arnsperger Lynn's training is in fine art as well as commercial art & advertising, and includes training at Hanna-Barbera for teaching animation. While there she trained to be (and eventually became) the Dean of Animation at ACA College of Design. At Hanna-Barbera Lynn learned how a real animation studio operates. Many of her students have gone on to have successful careers in art like a graphics designer for the Super Bowl, department head at Disney, and Assistant Editor for Dungeons and Dragons Magazine. Lynn is a regular teacher at CCAC, and has led classes, workshops, and camps for numerous years.

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