The 6th annual art program “All of Creation,” hosted by Pacific Crest Church and Pybus Market Charitable Foundation, will be at Pybus Public Market on Thursday and Friday, August 8 and 9 from 10am to 12 noon both days.
The 2-day art camp is a FREE, secular art day camp for children ages 4 to 18 years old. Participants will create their own art work with local artist and volunteers from the Wenatchee Valley.
“All of Creation” helps children “explore and create” various forms of art through several different art media. Stations include: watercolors, abstracts, sculpture and recycled art, poetry, character drawing, and more. This year there will be a new art discipline: photography. The photography classes will be limited to older students 10 and up. This class also has limited space and is a first come first served.
Thursday camp begins with a variety of opportunities to “explore” different art mediums and instructions and activities that will familiarize kids with basic concepts specific to each art station.
On Friday, students will apply lessons learned on Thursday and “create” art pieces to be placed on exhibit Saturday, August 10 in the Pybus Market concourse. (Participants do not need to attend Thursday to participate on Friday; each day has its own independent program and classes).
Pybus Market will host an exhibition of selected works by students in the center concourse for public viewing on Saturday, August 11th, from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Students will be encouraged to show off their art and then collect their work Saturday afternoon.
PLEASE REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR EACH DAY THEY PLAN TO ATTEND THROUGH EVENTBRITE TICKETS:
There is no childcare for this event. Adults will need to be on hand for the children they bring to the program. Adults are responsible for escorting their children to each art station.
“This 2-day event is one of many ways our church is able to give back to the community,” said Johnathan Thomas, event organizer. “Exposing people to art at a young age is enriching and memorable, and helps build a better community for everyone,” added Thomas.
Pacific Crest Church and Pybus Market Charitable Foundation are grateful for grant funding from the Woods Family Music and Art Fund to help support this event.