Mini artists ages 5-8 will enjoy this morning summer camp creative adventure with Amy – a blend of art skills and fun to encourage little hands and creative minds!
July 30 – August 3, 2018 (5 mornings, Mon-Fri) Cost: $80 • All Supplies Included
(If you register online, please put a note in the ‘Additional Information > Order Notes’ field to inform us of your child’s name and age.)
Age Group: this class is designed for children ages 5-8
About the instructor:
Amy Ash is a contemporary artist whose practice engages with the process of meaning-making through the connectivity of memory, learning and wonder. Her work presents itself as an embodied collage of curatorial projects, teaching and learning, cyanotype, installation and other forms of making.
She has exhibited and curated programmes in Canada, Japan and the UK, and has fulfilled roles within several arts organisations, such as: VP/Programming Chair (Third Space Gallery, Saint John NB), Learning Curator (Gerald Moore Gallery, London, UK), among others. Amy has been granted residencies in Canada (The Banff Centre for the Arts 2015) and the UK (Cubitt Arts 2016, Kestle Barton 2017) and her projects have been awarded the support of groups and funds, including, The Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation, The Peter McKendrick Endowment Fund for Visual Artists and Arts Council England.
Although she has been based in London, UK for the past five years, Amy is originally from Hampton, New Brunswick, and has a BFA from Mount Allison University (2000) as well as a BEd from University of New Brunswick (2010).