Register for Our Multicultural Children’s Art Program Spring Break Camp!
Join The Richmond Neighborhood Center this March for our fun and educational MCAP Spring Break Camp! The main art projects will be making comic books in the style of superhero comics and Japanese manga, as well as printmaking inspired by patterns and designs from around the world. Side art projects will be making robot heads based off the work of local artist Ferris Plock and clay pinch-pot making.
Space is limited! Fees may be assessed on a sliding scale for SFUSD families receiving free and reduced lunch.
WHEN: March 25-28, 8:30AM-4:00PM
WHERE: George Peabody Elementary School, 251 6th Ave, San Francisco
WHO: Kindergarten-5th Grade ONLY
PRICE: $100 for all four days
Bring lunch! Snack will be provided.
Spring Break Camp is currently full—you may place your child on the wait list by following the registration link below.
The Multicultural Children’s Art Program (MCAP) provides youth ages 6-11 with high-quality, culturally-relevant workshops in the visual arts. Workshops are held on Saturdays from 10AM-12PM and are free of charge (pre-registration is required). Workshops are taught by trained youth work professionals. Class size ranges from 10-25 students. Materials are provided.
Saturdays, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Painting the Great Gorge of China
Final watercolor techniques and final project.
Introduction to Street Art: Using bubble and block letters.
Bay Area Street Art Showcase
Creating street art characters.
Taking It to the "Streets"
Applying street art techniques in a semi-realistic setting.