This half day camp runs from 9 to 11: 30 a.m.
Art journaling is a wonderful habit for everyone, not just artists! Keeping a journal that contains one’s inspirations, frustrations, dreams and fears is a way to creatively process everyday life. Campers will study the Grand Center Arts District as a group for on-site drawing and journaling, and have tours at neighboring institutions including the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. They will receive a new sketchbook and learn different drawing techniques from a professional working artist.
Instructor Jacob Janes is a Missouri-born painter and educator currently living in St. Louis. He received his MFA in Studio Art from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania and now teaches at Janes and Pang Atelier alongside his partner. His artwork celebrates the strengths and possibilities of painting. He enjoys the process of inventing subjects for his compositions, which generally come across as straightforward and poetic.
There must be a minimum of 6 students enrolled in this camp.
If the camp does not make it required minimum enrollment two weeks prior to camp start date all families will receive a full refund of the camp.
If your family decides to cancel before two weeks prior to the camp start date, you will not receive a refund.
Days missed due to injury, illness or any other reason may not be “made up” and will not result in a credit or refund.
COVID-19: In the event of mandated closure, Camp initiated quarantine or other exclusion by any governmental agency due to safety concerns with the COVID-19 Pandemic, any tuition or fees paid for the missed days will be credited towards the next year’s Summer Camp. No refunds will be provided.
For camps that have reached their maximum capacity, students may choose to be placed on a waitlist. Students will be contacted if a vacancy in the program arises.
Sheldon will email a receipt for your registration. You will receive a confirmation email 2 weeks prior to the start of camp. Patrons can register online for a week of camp up until two weeks before the camp starts. Early registration is recommended.
You understand The Sheldon photographs students and artwork for possible use in its publications and/or website. You acknowledge that no compensation is provided to individuals who appear in photographs or videotapes. In an effort to protect your child’s privacy, you understand that names will not be used with any publication. If you are concerned with this policy, you understand it is your responsibility to contact Laurel Wacyk with your concerns.
Although every effort will be made to provide a safe environment, accidents can occur. You agree to be responsible for any medical bills incurred resulting from illness, or injury during your child’s participation at The Sheldon. If necessary, you authorize The Sheldon to administer first aid/and or authorize medical treatment of your child.
If your camper has health-related needs, such as allergies, special dietary needs, hearing or visual impairments, chronic illness, medical concerns, or developmental variations, note them on the Registration Form or contact Laurel Wacyk. Medical authorization is required from a physician for campers who require to take or carry medication during the camp day.