Camp Kala Online • Sense of Place: The Art of Miniatures & Dioramas • Ages 5-10 • WAITLIST ONLY
Explore 2 and 3-dimensional arts by making miniatures and creating your own dioramas. Experiment with scale, color, texture, materials, and found objects to construct small-scale, intimate spaces and worlds that unlock the imagination, offering new perspectives and stories to share with others.
Tuition includes art supplies that can be picked up curbside at Kala or shipped to you for an additional fee. Classes are twice a day from 10 – 11:30 am and 1- 2:30 pm with a break in between to enjoy lunch and free time.
Ava Morton is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and educator from Houston, Texas. Morton’s writing and artistic practices are entwined and often focus on (re)contextualization, subversion, and affect. Her most recent research takes a particular interest in linguistics, sound, and the boundaries of the body. Her studio practice employs the tactics of drawing in space, to build loosely figurative sculptures and videos. She has taught art to young people at SFMOMA, Art4Life, and Art Mix Creative Learning Center. Morton received her BFA and BA in Biological-Anthropology from UC-Santa Barbara, and an MFA and MA in Visual and Critical Studies from the California College of the Arts.
Erina Davidson is a printmaker and teaching artist at Kala’s Artists-In-Schools program, Saturday Teen Studio, and the After School Studio Program. She received her BFA in Printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design in 2013, where she was an undergraduate teaching assistant with a focus on intaglio and screenprinting. She was previously a printmaker in residence at Second State Press in Philadelphia, PA and has made work at the Dirt Palace in Providence, RI where she contributed a window installation in 2015. In addition to being a part of the youth art programs, she is also currently a studio assistant in Kala’s print studio.