Camp runs from June 17-Aug. 9
Cost: $268(res) or $281(non-res) per week for half days, $468(res) or $481(non-res) per week for full days
Hours: Digital filmmaking meets 9am-12pm, Video Game Design meets 1pm-4pm, Full day includes both camps and meets from 9am-4pm. All camps run Mon. - Fri.
Location: Hamilton School, 5530 Nave Drive, Novato
Phone Number: 415-506-0282
Digital Filmmaking: Kids learn the techniques and artistry behind movies like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and many others! This popular camp is a fun, hands-on introduction and overview of all the different roles on a Computer Generated or Visual Effects movie. Kids have fun learning how to create their own digital models, paint directly on them, animate them, put their scenes together and more! Not only can this class foster your kids' imagination, but it also teaches them math and physics concepts and they don't even know it! A USB flash drive is included with all of the "lessons" on it as well as a handy place to save their work.
SummerCrest is a unique camp serving children entering grades K - 6., located at Dixie School in San Rafael. Through SummerCrest your child can maximize summer with excitement, learning, and fun!
We offer fun, engaging academic programs in the mornings, and enrichment activities and outdoor games in the afternoons.
Morning classes for Summer, 2013 include:
The Big Blue Sea (K-1) Incredible Tales (K-1), It's a Small World (2-3), World Traveler (2-3), Crazy Chemistry (3-4), Upside-Down Tales (3-4), Geology (4-6) Genetics (4-6).
Afternoon enrichment activities are: Art, Ceramics, Drama, Digital Photography, Games of Strategy, and MORE!
We offer two 3-week Sessions: June l7 - July 5; July 8 - July 26. We hope your child will join us!
SummerCrest is presented by Marin Educational Adventures, a small, non-profit organization.
Instead of a rigid structure, we give our campers choice. Instead of teaching kids the typical way, we give them tools and gentle guidance to help them become autodidacts. The difference is subtle–and it’s profound.
Our structure is custom fit for every child. All activities are available every day and we give campers a large, well-balanced menu of activities to choose from. Campers choose what activities they want and how long they want to do them. Counselors supervise all activities and all areas so campers can move around freely.
There are a gazillion ways for kids to design a day at camp. Check out our website to see our studios, including music, culinary and animation, as well as our weekly specials, daily specials, show specials, pure play, stadium sports, hot day activities and all-camp activities to see some of the possibilities.
Liberate yourself from weekly sessions. With both our Day Pass and Membership plans you're free to attend any number of days, anytime from 7:30 am to 6 pm, at any location. And-drumroll please-unused passes are refunded automatically and memberships are down-convertible.
The Day Pass:
Buy 1 or more at once ? $80 per day
Buy 5 or more at once ? $76 per day
Buy 20 or more at once ? $64 per day
Art Reactor's 2013 summer digital art classes will be offered at:
401 Miller Ave, Mill Valley
Do you love ART?
Do you feel comfortable on a computer?
Do you want to learn AMAZING new ways to make ART?
Are you a STUDENT entering 4th-12th grade in the fall?
Then Art Reactor is the perfect digital art summer program for you!
Art Reactor is offering half-day, week-long summer classes where you will learn how to create DIGITAL ART.
We provide customized Digital Art curriculum that is designed to sequentially build art and tech skills from beginner to advanced. Because of our small class size of 8 students, we are able to individualize each child’s learning experience based on his or her own knowledge and experience he or she has gained from previous Art Reactor classes.
What does all this mean? This means each time a student takes one of our digital art summer programs, he or she will learn new and exciting ways of creating Digital Art.
From June 24th to July 26th, there are five week-long sessions, with camps for K-9 th grade. Children may enroll for single or multiple weeks. For K - 1st grade, camps run from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. For all other students, the camp day ends at 3:30 pm. There is AM Care starting at 7:45 am and PM Care until 6:00 pm. Highlights include: Back packing, Kayaking, San Francisco Scavenger Hunts, High School Workshop, Digital Video, Sewing, Recycled Sculpture, Web Design, Basketball, Tennis, Black and White Photography and much more! It is our mission to enrich the spiritual, emotional, and physical life of each camper participant in a safe and happy environment and to bring the Quaker values of integrity, service, community, equality, simplicity to every day and every program in the San Fransisco Friends School Summer Camp.
Mark your calendars for the 2013 Youth Summer Programs at The Walt Disney Family Museum. Our programs are designed to encourage imagination and creative development in a fun and safe environment. Using traditional art mediums as well as the latest computer technology, each program explores aspects of art, animation, and filmmaking through innovative projects and hands-on activities. This summer of memorable adventures is not to be missed!
They are offering 2 kinds of camps:
Animator Boot Camp Summer Intensive
10 days M-F, 9:00am – 4:00pm
July 22 – Aug 2, 2013
Fee: $650 members, $720 non-members
So you think you want to be an animator? Join us for this two-week intensive focusing on how animated films are produced. The intensive will culminate in a film festival and gallery-style showing of projects. Participants will come away with project portfolios and a DVD compilation of their animation work. Supervised program post-care from 4-5:30pm is available for an additional $80.
5 days M-F, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Ages 8- 10
Choose one session:
July 8 – 12, 2013
July 15 – 19, 2013
Fee: $325 members, $360 non-members
For kids entering 1st-6th grade. There are over 40 classes taught by professional instructors-- sculpture, cooking, computer animation, weird science, art galore, gencing, guitar, jewelry, painting, tennis, golf, lacross, sewing, reading, and math, Over 10 different sports classes, 5 different dance classes and 10 art classes. Check back for more info.
The Marin JCC offers a variety of camps for ages 3-16 from June 17-August 16, 2013. They offer arts & crafts, music, sports, swimming, nature and Judaic culture. The JCC offers one week specialty camps: Junior Chefs, Sports Olympics, Art Adventures, Rock On!, Take Flight Chemistry, Lego engineering and many more. They also offer adventure teen programs with camping, whitewater rafting, Santa Cruz Tahoe Adventure, beaches and more.
Future Filmmaker Workshops is hosting our 10th Summer of filmmaking fun. We are offering 5 week-long workshops from July 15th-August 16th, 2013. Our Summer classes are available for entering 4th through 10th graders and are generally split into 2 groups based on age. Each session takes place from 9am to 5pm Monday-Friday for one-week. The all inclusive course fee of $595 provides all equipment, snacks and a finished copy of the movie. Sign up before April 30th and receive our Early Registration Discount!