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Summer Youth Program

The Brookfield Craft Center is offering an exciting opportunity for our communitiesí youth, ages 11 to 14, to explore their creative energies in this summer youth program.

Half-day programs (choose either morning or afternoon) will be offered on 4 weeks (July 10-14, July 24-28, Aug 7-11 and Aug 21-25) on the BCC campus. Each week long class will be a guided learning experience in a supportive environment. Small classes and our highly skilled and professional artist/craft teachers and assistants will offer lots of individual help and allow each child a hands-on exploration of their personal creativity and the process of making. Classes include Glass Beadmaking, Wood Turning, Painting Blacksmithing, Fused Glass and Clay.

Full 2017 Adult and Student Curriculum for fiber arts, forge, glass, ceramics, woodturning and jewelry classes.

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Youth Hands-on, Hands-dirty Forge Week 2 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00
CLASS FULL

Youth CLASS FULL

YP7304 Jul 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 2017 (1:00pm-4:00pm) Mon-Fri (Forge)

What's more fun than bending, stretching and twisting hot metal with hammer and anvil? In a coal forge, students will learn to use fire and hammer to shape hot iron, giving the student a taste of the ancient art of blacksmithing. Each daily project will feature a basic technique fundamental to the craft. As we move along, students will also learn safety procedures, fire maintenance and some of the history and practical aspects of blacksmithing. This hands-on, hands-dirty course is a chance for our youth to come to grips with a real material with real world limitations as they successfully complete a number of useful projects.
Youth Hands-on, Hands-dirty Forge Wk 2 morning session
Tuition $250.00
CLASS FULL

Youth CLASS FULL

YP7303 Jul 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (Forge)

What's more fun than bending, stretching and twisting hot metal with hammer and anvil? In a coal forge, students will learn to use fire and hammer to shape hot iron, giving the student a taste of the ancient art of blacksmithing. Each daily project will feature a basic technique fundamental to the craft. As we move along, students will also learn safety procedures, fire maintenance and some of the history and practical aspects of blacksmithing. This hands-on, hands-dirty course is a chance for our youth to come to grips with a real material with real world limitations as they successfully complete a number of useful projects.
Youth Lampwork Worlds Of Color and Magic Week 2 Morning Session
Tuition $250.00

Youth
YP7314 July 24-28, 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

Discover and create worlds of color and magic with glass! Glass flowers, animals, bugs and dots are just a few creations you will have the chance to create in our Lampwork class. Students begin by learning a quick overview of how glass is shaped in the torch, manipulated with certain tools and gravity to create one-of-a-kind beads. Using bead presses to create simple shapes, students will then use pre-pulled stringers to create unique designs. Each class will have a specific theme, with two or three different designs for each student to choose from. Themes include: Flowers -- Jungle Animals -- Aliens and Minions -- Bugs, Frogs and Lizards -- Lions, Tigers and Bears -- Ocean Creatures -- Barnyard Animals -- Dots, Stripes, and Swirls. Students will be able to pick their handcrafted beads up the next day.
Summer Youth How to Draw Comic Books-Week 2 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7320 Jul 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 2017 (1:00pm-4:00pm) Mon-Fri (River Room)

Join us in a fun, inspiring and collaborative environment as students will learn the basics of comic book storytelling, story structure, pacing, character development and the basics of superhero drawing. This week-long session is a good way to be introduced to the world of comic books! No experience necessary - All levels are welcome!
Youth Hands-on, Hands-dirty Forge Week 3 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7306 Aug 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 2017 (1:00pm-4:00pm) Mon-Fri (Forge)

What's more fun than bending, stretching and twisting hot metal with hammer and anvil? In a coal forge, students will learn to use fire and hammer to shape hot iron, giving the student a taste of the ancient art of blacksmithing. Each daily project will feature a basic technique fundamental to the craft. As we move along, students will also learn safety procedures, fire maintenance and some of the history and practical aspects of blacksmithing. This hands-on, hands-dirty course is a chance for our youth to come to grips with a real material with real world limitations as they successfully complete a number of useful projects.
Youth Hands-on, Hands-dirty Forge Wk 3 morning session
Tuition $250.00

Youth ONLY 1 SPOT LEFT

YP7305 Aug 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (Forge)

What's more fun than bending, stretching and twisting hot metal with hammer and anvil? In a coal forge, students will learn to use fire and hammer to shape hot iron, giving the student a taste of the ancient art of blacksmithing. Each daily project will feature a basic technique fundamental to the craft. As we move along, students will also learn safety procedures, fire maintenance and some of the history and practical aspects of blacksmithing. This hands-on, hands-dirty course is a chance for our youth to come to grips with a real material with real world limitations as they successfully complete a number of useful projects.
Summer Youth Joy of Pottery Wk 3 Afternoon Session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7317 Aug 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 2017 (1-4pm) Mon-Fri (Clay Studio)

Join us in a fun, inspiring and collaborative environment as we create unique pieces in clay! This week-long session will cover hand-building techniques (slab, pinch and coil) as well as wheel thrown methods to create your own vessels or sculptures to take home and use! Each day we will explore a variety of methods and how they apply to creating unique and functional art. Project ideas will be customized to adapt to the interests of each participant and we encourage you to bring in your own ideas as well! Pieces will be under glazed and fired with clear glaze that is food safe. No experience necessary - All levels are welcome!
Summer Youth Painting Wk 3 morning session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7321 Aug 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (River Room)

Students will have fun while they learn painting techniques. They will follow along with the teacher as they create finished paintings that they can bring home and show off each day of class. Students will work with materials like acrylics and watercolor paints that will be supplied by the instructor.
Youth Hands-on, Hands-dirty Forge Wk 4 morning session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7307 Aug 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (Forge)

What's more fun than bending, stretching and twisting hot metal with hammer and anvil? In a coal forge, students will learn to use fire and hammer to shape hot iron, giving the student a taste of the ancient art of blacksmithing. Each daily project will feature a basic technique fundamental to the craft. As we move along, students will also learn safety procedures, fire maintenance and some of the history and practical aspects of blacksmithing. This hands-on, hands-dirty course is a chance for our youth to come to grips with a real material with real world limitations as they successfully complete a number of useful projects.
Youth Hands-on, Hands-dirty Forge Week 4 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7308 Aug 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 2017 (1:00pm-4:00pm) Mon-Fri (Forge)

What's more fun than bending, stretching and twisting hot metal with hammer and anvil? In a coal forge, students will learn to use fire and hammer to shape hot iron, giving the student a taste of the ancient art of blacksmithing. Each daily project will feature a basic technique fundamental to the craft. As we move along, students will also learn safety procedures, fire maintenance and some of the history and practical aspects of blacksmithing. This hands-on, hands-dirty course is a chance for our youth to come to grips with a real material with real world limitations as they successfully complete a number of useful projects.
Youth Wheel Thrown Ceramics Wk 4 Morning Session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7312 Aug 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (Clay Studio)

We will start with the basics, how to center a piece of clay and move on from there. Once we grasp that concept we will create mugs and bowls. Once we have created all these pieces we will delve into personal projects using the skill obtained from the first project. We will then glaze or projects and drink a cup of tea from our mugs.
Youth Wheel Thrown Ceramics Wk 4 Afternoon Session
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7313 Aug 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 2017 (1-4pm) Mon-Fri (Clay Studio)

We will start with the basics, how to center a piece of clay and move on from there. Once we grasp that concept we will create mugs and bowls. Once we have created all these pieces we will delve into personal projects using the skill obtained from the first project. We will then glaze or projects and drink a cup of tea from our mugs.
Summer Youth Lampwork Glass Week 4 Mornings
Tuition $250.00

Youth

YP7324 Aug 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 2017 (9am-12pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

You can learn to make your own glass beads! This 5 day workshop provides you with the opportunity to learn the craft of lampworking on a propane oxygen-fueled torch. We'll begin with information about safety, the use of the torch and other lampworking equipment, as well as an introduction to basic glass beadmaking techniques. The Instructor will guide the children each day as they explore and create different types of beads.
   
 
 
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