Artistic History: Inspiring Art & Creativity (Art Camp)
For centuries, artists from around the world have been inspired by the Hudson Valley, its scenic views, and quaint colonial history. Now it’s your turn!
Campers are invited to artistically interpret Historic Huguenot Street through the means of paint, photography, sculpture, and more.
Each day campers will explore a new artistic medium, and will put technique and practice to use. Campers will be inspired by the landscape, historic homes, and other visual art on-site.
Additional time will be spent on historic crafts, indoor and outdoor games, related educational activities, and tours of the historic site. The week concludes with a camper-created exhibit of the art they’ve created, which all participants and family members are invited to attend.
On the following Saturday, August 9th, all campers and their families are invited to attend Artists On The Street, a public event where local artists are invited to set up on site and use our historic setting as inspiration for art.