Art as Activism: Claymation, Art & Ukuleles!

  • June 15-19, 2020
  • Ages 10-13
  • 9 am – 4 pm
  • $245 plus a $30 materials fee 

Art as Activism has been an exciting subject for the past three summers and we’re bringing back the claymation, art and ukulele camp we started last year. Art as activism projects encourage students to use their art to make our world a better place. In past years we have screen printed bags to raise money for the food pantry, made clay vases to hold flowers for our local nursing home, created plastic coral reefs to bring attention to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and created claymation films about issues they chose. We’ll do that again this summer!

Agua Fresca owner, Jennifer Ober and Amanda Braziel will co-teach the art and claymation part of camp each morning. Wilson Marks is back with for the music portion of the camp. He’ll be teaching the ukulele (an instrument can be provided and lent out during the duration of the camp) in addition to exploring drums and percussion instruments. He’ll also bring some recording equipment to help soundtrack the movies. Jennifer, Amanda and Wilson used to teach at the same school a few years ago. They’re excited to reunite for this very special camp experience!

Please bring/wear the following each day:
* a reusable water bottle
* two snacks
* a sack lunch
* wear art-friendly clothes (we also have art t-shirts available)
* wear water-friendly shoes that secure well to the feet (no flip flops or Crocs)
* kiddos that play an instrument are invited to bring it to camp this week

To Register: Please complete the student profile, then add the class to your cart and select the ‘pay with a credit card’ option. If you prefer to pay with cash or check, just email Jennifer at to make arrangements.

Price (discount is for families that enroll in 2+ camps)