ARt YoWZA! Creative Art Camps with Environmental Awareness in Alameda
At Art Yowza we apply our art skills to make a real world impact for environmental and humanitarian causes.
The small camp size, individualized attention and beautiful setting make it possible for every camper to blossom.
Camp Director Rebecca Stees is a teaching artist entrepreneur.
In Alameda, Rebecca has joyfully taught at Bay Farm, Earhart, Edison, Franklin, Otis and Paden Schools through the Alameda Education Foundation.
She also taught in Walnut Creek (Civic Arts Education), San Leandro (Gifted and Talented Education) and Oakland (Studio One and Creative Growth Art Center).
Rebecca started her first camp for neighborhood kids (with the help of her Mom and younger sister) at age 13 called Sunshine and Smiles.
Minimum Age 5
Maximum Age 11
Camp Dates JUNE: Jun 10-14 Cartooning Fun Cartooning Jun 17-21 Pet Wizards Mixed Media Jun 24-28 Puppet Parade Puppets JULY: Jul 8-12 Color Quest Painting Jul 15-19 Things That Fly Mixed Media Jul 22-26 3D Adventure Clay AUGUST: Jul 29-Aug 2 Sculpture Wow Sculpture Aug 5-9 Art Tricks Drawing Aug 12-16 Magic Power Mixed Media We’re Going On a Heroes Journey to Make Art Inspired by Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter, Golden Gate Audubon Society, and Operation Smile. Join us for bold creative fun!
Year Established 2004
Cost Per Week $349
1617 Encinal Avenue
Alameda, California 94501
Encinal Avenue between Grand and Paru near Franklin Park.
- Small Class Size
- Creativity Development
- Individual Attention
- Team Building
- Real Art Skills
- Child Development
- Social Causes
- Comprehensive CIT Program