Kids Camp 2019: Walk Like an Egyptian, June 17–21

$ 550.00

Explore, discover, create using clay, language, and paint! 

For children ages 8-11

CLAY at City Clay 

You have heard of mummies, but did you know that the ancient Egyptians believed that the organs of the deceased should be buried separately OUTSIDE of the body? They made “canopic” jars with animal heads to place the intestines, liver, lungs, and stomach for passage to the next life. Create your own jar out of clay complete with a sculpted head to hold kitty treats, dog biscuits or maybe some human treats. cookies anyone? Materials (included): Stoneware clay, underglazes, glazes, and Egyptian paste, kiln firing.

Teacher: Julie Madden
Time: 9:00-11:30

All materials provided includes snacks


WORDS at Writer House

Ancient Egyptians had some of the coolest myths: a cat warrior goddess, a dog who judges your soul, a lotus flower that holds the whole world inside it! We’ll get to know the ancient Egyptians in their own words, and we’ll write our own poems, stories, and plays inspired by the stories they told and the language they used!

Teacher: Mirabella Mitchell
Materials (included): notebook
Time: 11:30 am to 2:00 pm, lunch break

Students need to bring their lunch


PAINT with Renee Balfour 

  • Horus, Osiris, Isis—imagine yourself as an Egyptian god or goddess.
  • Explore concepts in painting while creating a self- using Ancient
  • Egyptian Art as an inspiration for your painting.

Location: City Clay
Materials: oil and acrylic paint, canvas
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, with snacks





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