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Grades 1-4
Students entering grades 1 through 5 in fall 2020 are invited to register for this class.
July 20-24
Monday-Friday, 1-4 pm
$175 member | $190 non-member
Membership discounts apply to those with Household memberships and above.

Instructor: Stephani Thomas

Back by popular demand! Using tape, paper, plastic, wire, fabrics, yarns, beads, magazines, clay, and found objects, students will create beautiful unique jewelry pieces (necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings) including repurposed found object jewelry holders. Students who took Jewelry Making last year will create new artwork in this class! Please let us know if your child’s ears are NOT pierced so that materials can be ordered accordingly; email athompson@michenerartmuseum.org.

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 camp on Friday to enjoy an exhibition of student work in the Education Gallery and classrooms.

Need a full day program? Students may combine the afternoon Jewelry I camp with the morning Sculpture I camp, and Lunch Option 5.

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 Stephani Thomas holds a BS in Art Education from Millersville University an MS in Art Education from Arcadia University. She is a National Board Certified Art Teacher and was the Bucks County Teacher of the Year in 2015. She has been with the Michener since 1999. One parent noted, “Stephani is a rare teacher who gives endless time and attention to cultivating every child’s interests in and gifts for art.”