Thursday, July 17, 2008
Kachinas and Cornell
Today's summer camp update:
The morning campers printed their Adinkra symbols on paper and fabric...
... then started a new project - Hopi Kachina dolls.
The afternoon gang finished their Giacomettis.
Then they moved on to Joseph Cornell. They painted shadow boxes and collaged paper and found objects to create Cornell-esque boxed assemblages.
Thus far, I've neglected to mention that the students also do drawing and painting (in addition to the camp theme projects). Here's a painting from one of this week's camp students.