Fusion Spring Nature Camp
At Camp Long
5200 35th Ave. SW – Seattle, WA 98126
DNDA’S Nature Consortium’s EcoArts Fusion Spring Nature Camp explores the intersection of nature and the arts with youth ages 6 to 12 at the Seattle 68-acre urban camping ground, Camp Long. Each session of our program is designed to foster deep personal connections to nature and the place we live, using art.
Fusion Spring program is designed to teach visual art, crafts, rhythm, and creative movement while introducing the fundamentals.
Classes are designed to be fun and gentle with age-appropriate physical, emotional, and social skills as they explore Vocabulary, Visual art, Photography, Movement, and Music.
Our objectives are fun, creativity, inspiration, imagination, and self-expression. Mixing of all medium classes is a great way to launch an early love of learning in these disciplines.
Fusion Spring Day Camp Session: April 9th – 13th
9:00am – 9:30am Warm up activity (games and activities in classroom)
9:30am – 2:30pm Camp program includes walking field trips, typically spending much of the day outside
12:00pm – 12:20pm Lunch time
2:30pm – 3:00pm Closing activity and snack (sketch journals for a reflective time)
*Families provide a morning snack and a sack lunch. We provide an afternoon snack (fresh fruit, granola bars, etc.).
Click here for a registration form. Application Deadline is March 23, 2018. Limited scholarships available for low-income youth.