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Resist! Write! Create! Bookmaking for Young Authors

In this hands-on laboratory of words and images, you’ll explore the theme of resistance. We'll rewrite typical narratives into ones that reflect each of us. We’ll explore both individual and group identity, using our creative voices to tell stories of hope and justice. We’ll write (and rewrite) slogans, poems, short essays and stories and present them in our original chap books, flip books, pop-up books, accordion books, tunnel books and zines!

Who It's For

This camp is for incoming sixth to eighth graders.  

Instructor

Arni Adler is a multidisciplinary artist in visual art, writing, singing, songwriting and teaching. A graduate of Bennington College, she believes in the transformative power of the arts for all. As a painter and collagist, Arni exhibits her work in and around Seattle. Arni has worked as a writing coach in the Seattle Public Schools, hosted open mics for student writers, and helped teachers establish writing workshops in their classrooms. Arni currently teaches art at the Seattle Children’s PlayGarden.

An explorer and traveler of the imagination. Lily Hotchkiss is a visual artist skilled in drawing, painting, ceramics, fiber arts and multimedia. She is a graduate of California College of the Arts and also learned her craft in studio settings working as an apprentice. Lily has worked throughout Seattle as both an early childhood educator and teaching artist. She is currently a full-time faculty member at Seattle Academy, where she teaches visual art to students in grades 6-12, covering the fundamentals as well as ceramics, fiber arts and 3-D studio arts. 

More Information

See the Things to Know section for details about registration policies, transportation and parking, and more.

Details

Jul 29–Aug 9, 2019

Day
Mon–Fri
Time
1 p.m.–4 p.m.
Location
UW Seattle
Cost
$525
Refund Deadline
May 15 (100%)
Status
Closed