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Camp Blue Sky staff member Sherri Osborn helps Preston Carr, 14, smooth the wet surface of a papier mâché head that Carr will transform into the head of a tiger.
During a class on decorating plates, Joey Weller, 12, dismisses using bright colors and other large picturesque symbols and instead concentrates on a small repetitive pattern to adorn his plate. He said he will decorate the center with a Chinese design.
Zach Allison, 12, takes his inspiration for a puppet from the animated movie "9" to create the head of one of the characters.
Camp Blue Sky student counselor Ragin Dillon, left, helps Emilee Simon, 9, diagram a memory diamond. The students had three minutes to complete the exercise. In the background is Chloe Buckley.
This year’s Camp Blue Sky at State Fair Community College challenged the creative side of young campers with an exploration into the literary, visual and performance arts from Asia. Chelsea Smith forms the head of what she says will be a Japanese sumo wrestler during a puppetry class taught by Jeremy Fry, a reading teacher at the Sedalia Middle School. The students use an inflated balloon as a starting point to fashion a head. Later the kids will paint the heads and add papier mâché hands and a fabric costume to a wire armature to complete the project.
Joe Webster, 12, practices different brush techniques Tuesday during a Chinese brush painting art class taught by Valda Hsu of Kansas City, background, on the second day of the Camp Blue Sky art camp at State Fair Community College. The theme for this year's camp is Asian art.
Valda Hsu shows Madeline Kaiser, 12, how to improve a brush stroke.
Chinese brush art instructor, Valda Hsu, shows students the proper way to hold a brush. "Remember, you are the master of the brush, don't let the brush master you," she said.
Valda Hsu shows the students how to introduce a "guest", in this case a dragonfly, into the composition with a few brushstrokes.
Joe Webster copies a Chinese character below his name, showing that he is the artist of the piece.
Pettis County children’s author Vicki Grove shows kids one of her methods for brainstorming for past experiences, which could be described through feelings, hearing, seeing, smelling or tasting. She starts by creating a diagram on paper, which she calls the “memory diamond.” The children will use this material to create a haiku, a Japanese poem of 17 syllables, Grove said.
This summer’s Camp Blue Sky will be a humorous adventure for campers.
Registration for Camp Blue Sky Inc. will be from 9 to 11 a.m. March 15 in the Parkhurst Commons at the Stauffacher Theatre at State Fair Community College. This is a fine arts camp for children going in kindergarten through fifth grade with an intensive program for sixth through eighth graders.
Camp Blue Sky salutes the 38 teen counselors who guided 230 campers thru July 30-Aug 3.
Camp Blue Sky Counselors, are front row: Kori Masterson, Morgan Bogue, Gabbi Ebers, Kim Chmelier, Kaylynn Halderman, Kaylie Creach, Maggie Beard.
2nd Row: Jordan Dove, Tiffany Vandevelde, Ragin Dillon, Rena Heimsoth, Madison Beard, Amber Rhoads,Stacey Billings 3rd Row: Aaron Church, Keaton Denny, Jenne Gerke, Erin Lesmeister, Sydnie Guthrie, Lyndzie Brace, Erin O’Conner, Miranda Meyer.
Back Row: Elisha Miller, Michael Hohne, Jon Starke, Reid Swearingen, Gabbi Mallard, Mary Fischer, Claudia Cox.
Not Shown: Ali Burkholder, Savannah Dieckman, Jordan Hamby, Cameron Harris, Linnea Heimsoth, Honor Kehde, and Michaela Pamajzl.
Valda Hsu doesn’t want Chinese culture to be learned only through books and movies, so she teaches the Mandarin language and Asian art.
Registration for Camp Blue Sky is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon March 31 in the Stauffacher Center on the campus of State Fair Community College in Sedalia.
Openings are still available at all age levels for this year’s edition of Camp Blue Sky, an annual fine arts camp for students in preschool through eighth grade.
Spots are still available for area children to attend Camp Blue Sky.
Registration for Camp Blue Sky will be from 9 to 11 a.m. March 27 in the Parkhurst Commons of the Stauffacher Fine Arts Center at State Fair Community College.
Registration for Camp Blue Sky 2009 will be from 9 to 11 a.m. April 4 in the Stauffacher Fine Arts Center at State Fair Community College.
This year’s Camp Blue Sky at State Fair Community College challenged the creative side of young campers with an exploration into the literary, visual and performance arts from Asia.
Camp Blue Sky provides learning experiences for local youths every summer, but this year the arts camp’s theme has been educational for the organizers and instructors, as well.
Fourth- and fifth-graders are invited to enroll in a pilot theater project, the Blue Sky Players.
Madison Plummer, 6, diligently works on a painting Thursday morning of a tree using tissue paper, oil pastels and acrylic paint in a drawing and painting class taught by Lori Larimore at Camp Blue Sky.
The sky is the limit at a local art camp, where the only thing holding back the budding artists is their imagination.