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Summer Day Camp – Inactive for 2017

Nature Consortium’s EcoARTs Day Camps explore the intersection of arts and nature with children ages 5-12. At Nature Consortium day camps, children enjoy and experience the great outdoors right here in Seattle under the guidance and instruction of our professional teaching artists. Camp sessions will focus on arts activities while weaving in environmental science and outdoor play exploring themes such as Nature Poetry Response; Native Species Illustration; and Wings Aloft – Birds and Flying Insects.

Due to a lack of funding, Nature Consortium will not be holding a summer camp program in 2017. However, residents in the SHA Low Income Housing Program should check with the High Point Neighborhood Community Center for information on summer activities.

Spring Day Camp – Now Complete for 2017!

Our week-long 2017 Spring Day Camp concluded on April 14. Teaching OAC_logo[blue-rgb]artist Aramis Hamer led students through an educational program entitled “The Tale of a Wild Thing” in which students created their own nature comic inspired by the journey of an animal. The participants picked an animal to be the main character of their story and developed a storyline with supporting characters to enhance the final visual display. The art produced by the participants is on display at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center through the end of April. The program is supported by a generous grant from the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.

Quality Programming with an Environmental Lens

Nature Consortium’s EcoARTs Program offers a unique blend of arts and environmental education for youth and adults in King County. Our classes foster discovery and creativity while connecting students with the natural world. Nature Consortium strives to enrich communities by providing access, exposure, and opportunity to quality arts programming where it’s needed most. We believe that everyone should have access to creative expression, a healthy environment, and pathways to excellence. To learn more, visit our Private Group Classes page.

Art Taught by Local Working Artists

The EcoARTs Program employs a team of professional teaching artists who are passionate about their work. From visual art to gardening to music, our quality public and out-of-school programs augment student learning and expose them to artistic, environmental, and cultural experiences that enrich their lives. Nature Consortium’s EcoARTs curriculum is designed to increase students’ artistic skill, advance their environmental awareness, foster positive identity, and increase social competence. We offer lessons inspired by, made from, and created in nature.

Bring Our Classes To You

Bring EcoARTs to your site or venue! We offer one-time and ongoing art programming for youth and adults throughout King County. To learn how you can hire our EcoARTs instructors, contact Yeggy Michael at yeggy@naturec.org or 206-923-0853.

The EcoARTs program is supported by 4Culture

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