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!