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Mrs. Torres' Art Camps

Mrs. Torres’ Art Camps

FEATURING GALLERY SHOWS ON FRIDAYS

ART FOODIES
Do you love food? Do you love art? Then let’s TACO ‘bout it! This is NACHO ordinary summer camp and art activities will include a wide variety of art mediums including painting, clay, paper collage, sewing, and printmaking techniques with our favorite foods as inspiration. We’ll even explore the art of sushi-making with a local chef. So, sign up now and DONUT miss out on the foodie fun!

Date: Monday, June 8 – Friday, June 12, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch & snack every day.
Open to: Boys and girls 8 – 12 years old
Class Size: Registration is limited to 18 students
Come-and-Go Gallery Show: Friday at 3:00 pm. Family members and friends are welcome. Punch & light snacks included.
Cost: $350 (includes all art supplies)
A portion of each registration benefits UP Elementary

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ART OLYMPICS
Let the games begin! This art camp will explore and celebrate the 2020 Summer Olympics as well as the game’s host city, Tokyo, Japan. Participants will create multiple artworks that highlight the spirit of international competition, friendship, and peace through painting, sculpture, modeling clay, and printmaking while also competing in their own friendly games throughout the week. Join us this summer and go for the artistic gold!

Date: Monday, July 13 – Friday, July 17, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch & snack every day.
Open to: Boys and girls 6 – 10 years old
Class Size: Registration is limited to 18 students
Come-and-Go Gallery Show: Friday at 3:00 pm. Family members and friends are welcome. Punch & light snacks included.
Cost: $350 (includes all art supplies)
A portion of each registration benefits UP Elementary

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Jennifer Torres
Jennifer has taught elementary art for over 17 years and currently teaches at University Park Elementary. She has worked in the non-profit arts education sector and directed a local children’s art festival for The Kennedy Center. Accolades include being named Campus Teacher of the Year in 2007 and 2014, and serving as a National Art Education Association Delegate to Cuba. Jennifer holds a BFA from the University of North Texas and an MA from Texas Woman’s University.


Lisa Ricciadelli
Since earning her BFA from UNT in 1999, Lisa has been teaching elementary art in Coppell ISD. In 2008 her passion for arts, culture, and leadership led to being awarded a grant through the Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program, in addition to recognition as Teacher of the Year. Lisa has taught workshops for all ages through organizations such as the Crow Museum of Asian Art, Texas and National Art Education Associations, and the Partnership for Arts, Culture, & Education.