Spring Break Camps & Classes for 2015

Spring Break is just around the corner, and our Spring Break Camps and Classes are filling up fast. Make sure to enroll your kids soon so they don’t miss out on these memorable experiences! Our camps and classes are designed to teach kids about expressing their creativity, staying healthy, exploring their world and getting a head start on their future. Our camps are safe, educational, and fun! Here is just a snippet of what we have in store for Spring Break 2015:

Inspire Rock Academy (On-Campus Day Camp) (ages 6-11)

Rock GirlThis year, our On-Campus Day Camp will be a truly fun week infused with music, dance, and performance led by one of the most in-demand vocal coaches in the area. Get ready to rock, because each day, participants will engage in arts & crafts, learn new vocal techniques, and practice their dance moves to get ready for a rock performance at the end of the week for families and other campers. No prior experience is necessary, and there is a role for everyone. If students own a guitar or other instrument, they are invited to bring it along, and the instructor will incorporate it into the class.

Instructor Nicole Larsen runs Inspire Vocal Studio and will teach vocal lessons, keyboard, and guitar.
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Intro to Design (ages 9-12)

Kids painted wallStretch your creativity and explore design through both the artistic and hands-on aspects of architecture. Students will investigate the elements of design including light and shadow, shapes and forms, materials and color while creating their own structures and visual designs.

Instructor Atsuko Sakai is a UNM Architecture Lecturer, and has focused her efforts on educating the next generation of young architects.
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Spanish Culture & Design (ages 8-12)

SpainThrough a variety of hands-on projects, from creating your own miniature horno (clay oven) to exploring food, clothing and architecture, the students will have a unique opportunity to explore the ways that culture can impact design while gaining exposure to Spanish language and culture.

Instructor Catalina Salinas is a trained architect and a native Spanish speaker who will lead the youth in engaging activities that connect culture and design.
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Toon Time: Born to Draw Camp (ages 7-11)

Kid Drawing CartoonsWhile having fun drawing cartoon characters, students will be introduced to the formal elements of drawing, including line, shape, placement, angles, textures, value, color and perspective.

This camp is offered at UNM West in Rio Rancho, youth will practice their technique and create a number of cartoon art projects.
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And Many More!

Check out our full-list of Spring Break Camps and Classes on our Website or download our Spring Break Brochure.

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