For ages 5-8.

It’s NOT a BOX!

Build amazing things this 2016 Holiday season with us at reDiscover!

It’s NOT a BOX Camp teaches children the power of imagination to create magical inventions from the simplest of items- A CARDBOARD BOX. Through the use of Guided Imagery, Imaginative Dramatic Play, Story Circles, Drawing and Painting exercises children are inspired to take a ride on a journey of imagination and creation. Campers build with cardboard using age appropriate hand tools and techniques. With a 5:1 camper to facilitator ratio, our creativity and tinkering workshop provides a safe and supportive environment for personal growth through story sharing, skills development and creative construction. Facilitated by Professional Artists Julianna Ostrovsky and Kristy Pace.

December 19-23

9:00-3:00

Full session $500/$450 members*

One Day $100/$90 members*

*for member discounts call 310-393-3636

December 26-30

9:00-3:00

Full session $500/$450 members*

One Day $100/$90 members*

*for member discounts call 310-393-3636

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TEACHER BIOS:

Kristy Pace (MA in Theatre Education, Emerson College),has produced and directed productions and taught theatre and set/costume design in public schools from Boston to Los Angeles for the past 21 years. Her company, Pocket Full of Tales, has been producing/directing/designing educational shows for families since 1999.  She is currently a Teaching Artist for SMMUSD through PSARTS.  Recent credits include Producing: Equus, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Avenue Q for the Morgan Wixson Theatre.  Directing: Brave Irene and The Amazing Bone at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre; Peter Pan, The Nifty Fifities, The Rockin’ Tale of Snow White and Princess Whatshername for Kenter Canyon Charter School; Once on This Island and The Music Man for Paul Revere Middle School.  Writing and directing: “The Knight Who Was Afraid of the Dark” in Boston and LA.  She currently is the Director of multiple after-school, in-school and vacation arts & theatre programs in both Boston and Los Angeles.

Julianna Ostrovsky (MFA, Columbia University) is a “community artist” working to make art a process understood and practiced by all people and creatures, with the desire to think creatively and problem solve collectively. As a Teaching Artist she has taught a range of visual arts  workshops for grades K-12, in-depth painting, drawing studios for all ages, and youth summer camp workshops at OTIS College of Art and Design. Julianna Ostrovsky works hand in hand with local natural body care company Soaptopia in a Community Arts Celebration project, featuring vintage cast iron bath tubs with custom murals of local cultural vignettes. She is a two time recipient of City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) Artist in Residence Cultural Grant. Julianna is a PSARTS Artist in Residence for SMMUSD. She is currently working on a collaborative international collage project.