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Winter Arts Camp 2017

About Winter Arts Camp 2017

Everyday is a snow day at Winter Arts Camp!! Artists ages 6-12 are invited to create with Center for the Arts Eagle Rock this December. We will explore visual art, performance, sculpture, architecture, cooking, writing, and more. Our teachers are local, contemporary artists who combine art history, play-based learning, and their own studio practices to create curriculum that gives campers the opportunity to explore their artistic expression and establish community.

Registration begins November 27th. Enrollment is limited to 45 campers and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Become a family member of Center for the Arts Eagle Rock and received 10% off camp tuition.

For questions, please contact Erika Sorondo, Director of Education at erika@cfaer.org or 323 561-3044 x 221.

We look forward to a fun filled week!


CAMP POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Registration and cancellation information are detailed below. Winter Arts Camp spots are available on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations cannot be made without tuition.

Scholarships:

Center for the Arts Eagle Rock offers limited partial or full scholarships for children upon request based on verifiable financial need. Request must be submitted as a letter to the Director of Education.

Tuition Policy:

To make a camp reservation, tuition must accompany registration. To insure your security we will be processing tuition in a two step process if paying by credit card:

1. Complete registration form online and select payment method. Upon receipt of registration CFAER’s Director of Education will email you a paypal link to process payment.

2. If paying by check please make payable to Center for the Arts Eagle Rock you can mail it to Attn: Winter Arts Camp 2225 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041 or drop off to the Center it in person.

Your registration will not be complete until payment has been processed. The Director of Education reserves the right to alter the schedule of payments with families, on a case-by-case basis.

Center for the Arts Eagle Rock Members $285.00 Non-members $315.00

**ALL CAMP FEES ARE REFUNDABLE UP TO 1 WEEKS BEFORE YOUR CAMPER’S FIRST DAY OF CAMP.**

NO REFUNDS WILL BE OFFERED AFTER THAT DATE, AS YOUR TUITION DIRECTLY FUNDS CAMP SUPPLIES FOR YOUR CHILD.

A 20% administrative fee will be deducted in which a refund is given.

Drop off and Pick up Policy:

Camp is from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Drop off starts at 8:30 am no earlier. Campers must be signed in by a parent or authorized adult and signed out at the end of the day.

Campers must be picked up no later than 5:30 pm. A late pick-up fee will be charged to parents who do not pick up their child on time. The fee is due upon pick-up. The fees for late pick-up are as follows:

(5:31 – 5:40) 1-10 minutes late – $10.00 fee
(5:41 – 5:50) 11-20 minutes late – $20.00 fee
(5:51 – 6:00) 21-30 minutes late – $30.00 fee


ABOUT OUR TEACHING ARTISTS

Erik Escobar
Performance Instructor

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Erik Escobar is a writer, performer, and educator born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to being a proud member of the CFAER Summer Arts Camp team, he also currently teaches improv, writing, and performance workshops at various probation camps and detention halls for incarcerated youth with the Unusual Suspects Theatre Company and coaches improv teams throughout California and Oregon. He is currently working towards a MFA in Comedy Studies at Goddard College and performs all throughout the US at clubs, colleges, and festivals. Credits include NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central, and Vh1.

 

Frankie Fleming
Pioneering Instructor

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Frankie Fleming is an artist and educator born and raised in Los Angeles. Her multi-disciplinary work uses video, photography, sewing, sculpture, and writing to consider representation, obsession and utility. She studied at Bard College in the Film and Electronic Arts Department with a focus on experimental documentary and installation. After completing her undergraduate degree, she moved to Oakland where she was involved with Canyon Cinema Foundation, Southern Exposure, and the Ohlone Profiles Project. Most recently, Frankie worked with high school students in Southern Exposure’s Mission Voices Summer program. She is excited to be back in Los Angeles and join the Imagine Studio team.

 

Luke Davis

Visual Art Instructor

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Luke Davis has been an Assistant Teaching Artist and Teaching Artist Instructor for over 5 years in local K-12 classrooms and community programs throughout Pasadena and Los Angeles. An Art Center College of Design graduate, with a Studio Arts degree from UCI, he has a versatile background in Fine Art and Graphics. Luke is an artist working in mixed media, combining new and obsolete technologies, often moving across one media to another during the creation process. As our Visual Arts Instructor, he combines art history and contemporary art styles for a fun and creative learning environment.