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Summer Camp 2019


Summer Camp for 2’s and 3’s2ssummercamp

Quick Info

Monday-Friday: 9am – 12pm
Weeks: July 8 thru August 19
Early Drop off available @ 8:30AM M-F

Offered in partnership with Scribble Art Workshop, summer camp includes sensory open play, yoga, sign language, and art-making in a small and nurturing environment perfect for early childhood! We’ll begin each morning with a new material to freely explore as we acclimate to the studio. Then, we’ll move into a morning meeting where we’ll greet our camper friends, teachers and counselors. After sensory open play, we’ll enjoy  a movement class (either yoga or sign language), then enjoy a healthy snack. We’ll end the morning with an art project using collage, painting, sculpture or printmaking materials. Snack is provided.

PRICING

1 week $450
2 weeks $875
3 weeks $1,275
4 weeks $1,600
5 weeks $1,880
6 weeks $2,070
7 weeks $2,200

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS: use code inwoodeb2019
  • Early bird for existing after-school/pre-school families ends 3/1  – $75/off for pre-school program
  • General public early bird end 4/1 –  $50/off per child

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Summer Camp for Grades K-5

Quick Info

Monday-Friday: 9am – 3pm
Friday Field Trips
Weeks: July 8 – August 19
Early Drop off available @ 8:30AM and Late Pick Up available @ 4pm M-F
Offered in partnership with Scribble Art Workshop, summer camp includes open play, yoga, a daily walk in our beloved Inwood parks and afternoons filled with themed intensive workshops! Healthy snack is provided, you send a bagged lunch.

Week 1 (July 8th-12th) SURVIVAL SKILLS with Chris Whitney
What would you do if you suddenly found yourself in the middle of the wilderness with nothing but the clothes on your back? Probably wonder how you got there! Then, you would get to work figuring out how to find water, food, shelter and a way to get home! We don’t have true wilderness in Inwood, but we have the next best thing —- Inwood Hill Park! We’ll explore the forest each day as we make water out of thin air, forage for food, build shelter, and practice other survival skills! Join us in the adventure!
FIELD TRIP: Tenafly Nature Center

Week 2 (July 15th-19th) DELICIOUS STORIES with Rachael Harrington
There are two things that are guaranteed hits with people everywhere: food and stories! In this workshop, we will pair best loved food-centric folk and fairy tales with creating fantastic fresh recipes in the kitchen. In each session we will explore one folktale through deep listening, dramatic play, and learning to tell the tales to others. Then, we will whip up culinary delights that reflect the story we just worked on. Think: Jack and the Beanstalk and Three Bean Salad or Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Oatmeal Parfaits.
FIELD TRIP: The Horticultural Society of NY Educational Garden at Riverbank State Park

Week 3 (July 22nd-26th) GO BIG OR GO HOME  with Scribble Art Workshop
If your artists dream big, then this week is for them! We’ll begin by creating GIANT mandala collagraph prints. Then we’ll work on drawing and painting HUGE maps of our community. Last, we’ll make an ENORMOUS abstract painting. See an underlying theme here? Bigger is better this week at camp!
FIELD TRIP: Museum of Art and Design

Week 4 (July 29th-August 2nd) SELFIES  with Scribble Art Workshop
Me, me, me…we’ll be embracing the egocentrism of childhood in this week of selfies at Scribble camp! We’ll start with a large-scale self-portrait paintings. Then, we’ll move on to building ourselves in 3-dimensional found object sculptures. We’ll end the week with our faces as the canvas: think face paint (all-natural), modeling and photography!
FIELD TRIP: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Week 5 (August 5th-9th) AMAZING ABSTRACTION  with Scribble Art Workshop
Abstraction is not always easy. It’s a challenge to focus on non-representational images and highlight the simple (but most important!) elements of art: shape, line and color. But at Scribble, this challenge is where so much creativity is fueled. We’ll be making shape & line paintings, creating a block print series, and building a wood sculpture.
FIELD TRIP: The Guggenheim

Week 6 (August 12th-16th) THE GREAT ARTDOORS with Scribble Art Workshop
This week at camp we’ll bring the outdoors in…into the studio, that is! Nature is such an important inspirational and practical part of art-making and this week, we’ll be exploring just how we can infuse the outdoors into our indoors. We’ll start the week with a natural found object print, then we’ll move on to building a found object sculpture. We’ll end our week, painting en plein air!
FIELD TRIP: The High Line

Week 7 (August 19th-23rd) XYLOPHONE BAND with David Haiman
Strike your mallets on xylophone or metallophone and hear how your part weaves into a full ensemble. We’ll play a range of musical styles, from the lively marimba music of Zimbabwe to the shimmering Indonesian gamelan music of Java.
FIELD TRIP: Indonesian Consulate

 

PRICING

1 week $600
2 weeks $1,160
3 weeks $1,650
4 weeks $2,060
5 weeks $2,420
6 weeks $2,700
7 weeks $3,045

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS: use code inwoodeb2019
  • Early bird for existing after-school/pre-school families ends 3/1  – $100/off for K-5 program
  • General public early bird end 4/1 –  $50/off per child

REGISTER NOW


Meet the Teachers

Chris WhitneyChris Whitney (Survival Skills, week 1)
Inwood Hill Park is Chris’ happy place. When he’s not climbing, planting, or hugging trees in Inwood Hill Park, you will probably find him teaching 2nd grade at the Town School, singing to his plants in his apartment in Inwood, or hiking with his wife. Chris has over 16 years of experience exploring the natural world with kids as a classroom teacher, summer camp counselor, and Peace Corps Volunteer. Chris believes that better understanding nature leads to deeper love, respect, and responsibility to it – The Earth – our home.

 

 

 

storytellerimage_justimage-copyRachael Harrington (Delicious Stories, week 2)
Rachael Harrington is a storyteller whose work has taken her around the globe, presenting imagination infused performances and workshops for all ages in theater and arts spaces, community groups, schools, preschools, and as a guest lecturer at Rutgers University. She was the recipient of the NYC Department of Education Arts and Family Engagement Grant and has presented workshops at New Jersey Association of School Libraries, New Jersey TESOL Conference, and the American Association of School Libraries National Conference. She performs at festivals including The Uptown Arts Stroll, Gotham Arts Festival, and The Day of Water Festival on Governor’s Island. She is a member of National Storytelling Network. www.rachaelharrington.com

 

 

 

223087_10151723655247845_2054240157_nDavid Haiman (Xylophone Band, week 7)
David Haiman teaches music to PreK through 5th grade at the Brooklyn New School, a progressive public school in Carroll Gardens. Prior to that he taught music at PS 180 in Harlem for 16 years, where he also led guitar and xylophone groups. David’s xylophone student groups have been invited to perform at Symphony Space, the Studio Museum in Harlem, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

David is a longtime member of Gamelan Kusuma Laras, an ensemble based at the Indonesian Consulate that performs the court music of Java.

 

All art classes offered through Scribble Art Workshop. Get to know their teachers here!


Fine Print

REFUND POLICY:
FULL REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN UP TO 6 WEEKS BEFORE THE START OF CAMP 5/27/2019. AFTER 5/27/2019, BREAD AND YOGA WILL RETAIN 50% OF THE TOTAL DUE. AFTER 6/10/2019, THERE WILL BE ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS (100% OF THE TOTAL WILL BE DUE IF USING A PAYMENT PLAN).

WEEKS CAN BE SWITCHED DEPENDING ON AVAILABILITY. NO CREDITS WILL BE ISSUED FOR OTHER PROGRAMMING.

REDUCTION IN WEEKS IS TREATED AS A CANCELLATION AND MULTIPLE WEEK DISCOUNT COULD BE REVOKED.

Contact

Bread and Yoga
5000 Broadway, Suite A
(Entrance on 212th St.)
New York, NY 10034
212-569-4112
info@breadandyoga.com