Creating Comic Books | Grades 1-4
July 15@1:00 pm - July 19@4:00 pm EDT
This camp is full. To place your name on the waitlist, please email Casey Repasy at email@example.com or call 215.340.9800 x126
July 15, 2019 – July 19, 2019
Monday – Friday
1 pm – 4 pm
$160 member | $175 non-member
Instructor: Danielle Scicluna
Students will create a storyboard and develop a black and white or color comic book based on an original character in an incredible situation. They will learn how to tell fantastic stories with pictures, while learning about form, shading, perspective, and proportion. Each student will produce a completed comic book in this class.
Students entering grades 1 through 5 in fall 2019 are invited to register for this class.
Students provide their own peanut free lunch for full day and snacks for half-day programs. Families and friends are welcome to come 15 minutes before the end of class on Friday to enjoy an exhibition of student work in the Education Gallery and classrooms.
Need a full day program? Students may combine the morning Patterns and Designs class with the afternoon creating Comic Books class, and Lunch Option 3.
Individualized attention, inspired and supportive instruction, small classes, meaningful gallery tours, and award-winning teachers are hallmarks of our exceptional arts programs. Through exposure to a variety of art forms and materials, all courses encourage the development of new skills and build confidence in creative expression. In addition, our summer camps provide opportunities for lively social interaction and outdoor activities. Student work is exhibited in the Education Gallery throughout the summer.
Faculty member Danielle Scicluna earned a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Tyler School of Art, and is currently working towards her Masters in Curriculum Program Design through the University of the Arts. She was a Teaching Artist with Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership and a K-8 Art Teacher through the School District of Philadelphia. She taught summer art classes at George School, and ran Digital Arts workshops through the Central Bucks Community School. Danielle is currently teaching high school and middle school arts in the Central Bucks School District. When she is not in the classroom, she is a freelance graphic designer and multidisciplinary artist. Danielle is passionate about bringing awareness to global issues through the artmaking process, working in a rescue with animals, and utilizing the power of visual arts to fundraise for animal rescue groups.