Art & Design III
Explore the best of art and design together in this exciting Camp Asia offering. Children will refine their skills while learning new art techniques and genres while exploring a wealth of materials at their disposal. Your child will spend their week designing amazing artwork by blending various media to create infographics, posters, logos and more.
Your child’s artwork will stand out from the crowd with the guidance of our experienced expert faculty who will help them to unleash their creativity!
Camp Asia programs are designed to be unique each holiday season (summer, winter, and spring). Your child can enroll in the same camp multiple times and experience new activities and themes.
Please note the programs may be modified according to the latest advice and guidelines provided by the Education Bureau (EDB) and the Centre for Health Protection (CHP). If camps are suspended due to government requirements relating to Covid-19 full refund will be provided, review our T&C and Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for further details.
"Eloise attended the Multi-Activity camp and had a fantastic time. She is at Local school in SG and after mixing with the international school crowd I could see her grow in confidence and she was more independent after camp. She can't wait for the next holiday!"
In this project, our campers learned about line designs and experimented with string art. Order and symmetry are the basis of string art design, and elaborated designs are created with geometric shapes, points, and colored string.
Our young artists created unique art pieces using thread strung between points to form geometric patterns and shapes. From pinning the nails to arranging each tread, it takes a lot of patience and hard work, but it was extremely rewarding to see the beautiful final product.
Our young artists learned about the brief history of mosaics, how they were created, and ways to design their own mosaics. Using this particular art form, they experimented with creating geometric designs, patterns, and even pictures with different mediums.
Campers first created their very own mosaic vase, creating and visualizing the patterns in 3D. Then after some practice, they used geometric shapes, combined with patterns and imagination, to design a digital mosaic poster, applying historical art form with modern applications.
|Age||Days||Timing||Price Per Week|
|11 - 14||Dec 19 - 23||9 am to 12 pm||$3500 (5-day camp)|
|Time||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|08:40 - 09:00||Arrival/Registration|
|09:00 - 09:50||Ice Breaker||Pop Art||Digital Art||Self Portrait||Minimalism|
|09:50 - 10:00||Break 1 : Snack|
|10:00 - 10:50||
|Pop Art||Digital Art||Self Portrait||Minimalism|
|10:50 - 11:10||Break 2: Mindfulness/Show & Tell/Arena Rotation/Games|
|11:10 - 12:00||
These details apply to all camps.
All camps operate within the framework provided by the CHP and the health and safety procedures in place at Stamford American School guided by the EDB, review our Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for further details.
In addition to this, Camp Asia works closely with the operations teams at our host venue Stamford to maintain the integrity of the schools' measures during term time.
Due to COVID-19 requirements, we ask caregivers who are dropping off children not to enter the campus. For parents of younger children who are first-time campers, we will arrange staggered drop-off times to allow for a smooth first day.
We have a full-time nurse on site for every camp week operating from the schools' health center. Our nurses are there to administer medication, first aid and support with all COVID-19 reporting, as needed. The nurse is available Monday morning to collect any medications and speak to parents before camp starts. Our Camp Asia team members are all first-aid trained.
We offer a highly convenient free shuttle bus service from Yau Ma Tei and Ho Man Tin MTR stations at a low rate of $50 per week.