July 6-10, 2015
8:30 am-12:00 pm
Grove City Art Art & Theatre Camp is back for the FOURTH year. We have an exciting line up of classes the week of July 6-10. Check it out!
- Exploring ART and CREATIVE MOVEMENT through the 5 senses (PreK)
- Kids Theatre (K-6)
Selfies: Me and My Self-portrait” (K-6) (CANCELLED)
- Introduction to Pottery (2nd-12th)**THIS CLASS IS FULL**
- Bookbinding: Making Books by Hand (K-12th)
- Pencil to Paint: an Introduction to Oil Painting (7th-12th)
- Physical Theatre (6th-12th) **Time change: 1:30-4:30 PM instead of morning**
- The Art and Craft of Poetry: Writing Poetry (7th-12th)
Art from camp will be the July featured exhibit at Grove City Artworks’ Wendell August Gallery
Grove City Art and Theatre camp welcomes all children, including those with physical or developmental disabilities. Please contact Angie Settlemire, camp director, with any questions at email@example.com or call (724) 967-2723.
Thank you to Nonni’s, B’Gifted, Main St. Diner, Guthrie Theater, Coffaro’s Pizza, Nancy’s Hair Loft, Burdicks Men’s Clothing, Earth Sun Moon, and Sweet Jeanie’s for your generous contributions to our raffle.
CLASS DESCRIPTIONS AND REGISTRATION:
1. Send the above registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Request electronic payment.
3. An invoice will be emailed to you.
4. Submit secure online payment through PayPal via your bank account or credit card.
5. Receive confirmation email that payment has been received.
2015 SUMMER CAMP TEACHERS
Anthony DeRosa (Introduction to Pottery)
Anthony grew up in the rural farming town of New Wilmington, Pennsylvania and spent most of his youth fishing, hiking, hunting and camping with his family and friends. He has always been intrigued by nature and so it was no surprise to him that he found his calling in clay. Throughout history ceramics has been a vital part of the human experience and Anthony often finds inspiration in the pots of ancient cultures. He tries to use as many materials straight from nature as he can including clays, wood and plant ashes, and oxides to maintain a sort of primitive aesthetic in his pots. His work has been exhibited across the United States and you can find him selling his wares under his claylias Mud Monkey Pottery. He is currently studying Art Education at Slippery Rock University and will continue to teach folks art after graduation. When he is not busy studying or working in the studio, he enjoys hanging out with his dog Obi.
Amy Stauff (Bookbinding)
Amy has lived in Grove City for 4 years. She has a BS in Art Education from Kutztown University and is currently the art instructor for the lower grades at Grove City Christian Academy. Her particular interests within art are drawing and fiber arts.
Elizabeth Messer (Exploring Art & Movement)
Elizabeth Messer is a former public, private, and homeschool teacher who has over ten years of teaching experience. She enjoys facilitating creative experiences for young children, providing lots of time for creative play, and watching their imaginations soar! This is her third year working with the pre-school aged class at the summer arts camp. Assisting her with the class is her daughter, Grace, a rising 8th grader at GCCA and a creative puppeteer!
Vicki Stanton (Self-Portrait)
Vicki Stanton is a PA Certified Art teacher with a Masters degree from Texas Tech in Art Education. She has substituted for the Grove City School District now for 6 years during which time she has done several long term stints teaching Art. Previous to that she taught in Texas and Nevada. She specializes in drawing and painting but has a wide body of art-making experience. This will be her third year teaching with the Grove City Arts Council.
Betsy Marsch (Oil Painting)
Betsy Marsch is an artist specializing in oil painting and portraiture, though she does work in a variety of media, including watercolor, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, and sculpture. She currently lives and works in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania.
Betsy holds a Bachelor of Arts in painting and visual aesthetics from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. Her minor was in philosophy, which with aesthetics forms a convenient bridge between academic research and studio practice. Her work is primarily with portraiture and the human figure, but academic interests often direct her projects into more varied channels. Her intent is to pursue graduate work in art history within the next few years.
Angie Settlemire (Kids Theatre- AM & Physical Theatre – PM)
Over the last 16 years, Angie has traveled throughout the United States and Europe, teaching and performing. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Grove City College. After a year of teaching middle school choir and general music full time, she pursued three years of training in mime, dance, and drama at Mimeistry International (now Innovo Physical Theatre), where she earned a certificate of Arts Leadership and the title of Journeyman Mime with a Director specialty. During her final year, she mentored under story teller and published author, Melea Brock.
In 2006, Angie co-founded Tri-flections, an Imaginative Arts Organization, which performed and toured through 2008. During that time she also assisted with the choreography and direction of the mimodrame, Alice in Wonderland at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
In 2009, Angie moved to East Hartford, CT, where she performed in the premiere of Lights Up Productions’ new musical, Lost in Vegas. During her stay in CT she offered classes and workshops in the Hartford area through various organizations, including The Hartt School of Music Community Division. In the summer of 2012, Angie returned to CT to serve for the third year as assistant director and mime teacher for the Summer Vocal Institute: Musical Theater Intensive at the University of Hartford. She is a member of the Grove City Arts Council and this year’s summer camp director. She is currently teaching private voice, acting, and piano lessons, in addition to teaching Teen/Tween Theatre. She will be launching a kids theatre program this fall.
Vince Anastasi (Writing Poetry)
Since elementary school, the power of words to frame and articulate personal expression in new and unexpected ways has been the study and hobby of Vincent Anastasi. It began with early encounters with Dr. Seuss and personal parodies of pop tunes. By the time high school arrived, he was working on original songwriting projects, releasing his first album in 1994. Since then, he has continued to write poetry and music, releasing four additional albums of original music, including At the In Between under contract with record label, Tate Music Group, in 2012. As a teacher, he has taught creative writing classes as well as courses that focus on the formal study of poetry both in the public school setting and privately. He firmly believes that life is full of poetry, if only we will slow down enough to find it. Mr. Anastasi resides in Grove City, PA with his wife, Sarah, and six children.