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Kids (age 6–7), Shannon Anderson, Camps, Yard School of Art, Mixed Media, Lisa Conrad

Session 4 SummerART Online Afternoon Camp

Studio Art Camp: Bird’s Eye View

Campers will enjoy shifting perspectives as they consider Earth from the point of view of our fine feathered friends. From scouting bugs for breakfast to treetop nest building, migrating patterns and soaring panoramas, this camp explores the wonders of our planet from a bird’s eye view. The sky is the limit!

SummerART 2020 Studio Art Camps will meet online with live instruction by your favorite MAM Art Educators. Students will need to have a computer, tablet, or phone with internet and access to Zoom. There will be two sections of this class. Classes are limited to 15 campers. Each camper will receive a kit of curated art materials selected by their teacher before the session begins. Learn more about Studio Art Camp.

Also available: Session 4 Morning Camp

Please note: registration will close at 9 a.m. on Friday, August 7.

August 10–21
1:00 pm
2:45 pm
Member Price
Non-Member Price
Kids (age 6–7)
Event Type
Mixed Media
Priority Registration
Open Registration
I'm an image! Shannon Anderson wearing a blue summer art t-shirt.

Shannon Anderson

Shannon obtained her BS in Teaching: Art Education from Keystone College in May of 2018. She began her journey at MAM in 2015 as a counselor in the SummerArt Program, and had such a nice time that she decided to come back for more. Now a museum instructor, Shannon teaches numerous museum classes, such as SummerArt and Drop-in Studio. Her artistic concentration is drawing and painting, however her creativity stretches to all media of art, including ceramics, sculpture, fibers, digital media, and film photography.


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Lisa Conrad

Lisa Conrad obtained her MFA in Art Education from Kean University in NJ. Over the past decade, Conrad has taught visual art instruction within public school districts, for non-profit art centers, and as a museum educator at MAM. Additionally, she is the Founding Director of Newark Print Shop, a non-profit printmaking studio in Newark, NJ, as well as Homeschool Art Club, a resource driven art education platform. Her varied experiences — intellectually, professionally, and personally — have had a great impact on her approach to teaching art. Conrad designs projects that are challenging, fun, and engaging, creating a dynamic learning experience for her art students.