This Summer we are excited to introduce Jumping Clay's Summer Program! Our summer art camp teaches the techniques of design of creation using Jumping Clay in 2D and 3D forms. Our summer art program is held in our studio facilities at 243 Broadview Ave, Toronto.
• Session 1 - June 30 to July 4* (4 day week): Sports Zone
• Session 2 - July 7 to July 11: I Love The Zoo!
• Session 3 - July 14 to July 18: Summer Dreams
• Session 4 - July 21 to July 25: The World Around Us
• Session 5 - July 28 to August 1: Arts And Science
• Session 6 - August 5 to August 8* (4 day week): Family
• Session 7 - August 11 to August 14: Personal Project
Cost includes all materials snacks and juice, and Friday pizza party (from 12:00 to 12:45)! All summer camp artists will receive a one year membership to our super cool "Budding Jumping Clay Artists Club". All prices below are for weekly sessions.
• Full day (9:00 am to 4:00 pm): $300
• Half day morning (9:00am to 12:00 pm): $200
• Half day afternoon (1:00pm to 4:00 pm): $200
*Sessions 1 and 6 (4 day weeks): Full day $240; Half day $160
If your child has any food allergies please let us know in advance. All snacks served are nut free, as we strive to maintain a nut free environtment. Please email us at email@example.com or call 647-859-7036 to book your reservations as space is limited.
Tips & Tricks
- When making shapes out of Jumping Clay, always start with a ball
- The longer you roll Jumping Clay the smoother the surface will get
- When mixing colours, pull and stretch the colours until the desired colour is uniform throughout
- If the clay feels a bit dry, spray with water and fold and stretch the clay to get it back to it's soft state. Do not soak in water or run water over it
- If clay pieces do not stick to each other (if it has dried a bit), wet the area that you want the clay to stick to with a little bit of water and place the piece on
- If the clay has stuck to the packaging, take a small piece of clay and pull the stuck pieces off by attaching the small piece and then quickly pulling away from the package