Summer Art Studio: Summer 2020 Dates TBA
Rising 9th – 12th Grade
This program is for rising 9th - 12th grade students who have an interest in ceramics and printmaking. Throughout the week, campers will learn about surface design techniques and hand-building, an ancient pottery-making technique where campers will create forms using their hands and simple tools. They will also try their skills at wheel throwing and learn about barrel or smoke firing their work. In addition to ceramics, campers will also experiment with colorful and expressive printmaking techniques to make progressively complex images through layering. Campers will then compose and construct artist books to present the images they made. Camp will take place in Biggin Hall and the 3D Arts Building where campers will receive instruction that will jump-start and expand their art making abilities.
The Department of Art and Art History is housed in Biggin Hall.
Annie B. Campbell
Annie B. Campbell received her BFA from the Department of Crafts and Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2004, with a focus in ceramics. She spent time between degrees participating in ceramics programs in Italy, at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine, Maho Bay Clay Works in the US Virgin Islands, and Sugar Maples Center for the Arts in New York State. She was awarded her first solo show at the Gumenick Gallery in Glen Allen, Virginia in 2007. She received her MFA in Studio Ceramics from Indiana University, Bloomington in May 2010. In 2011 she was awarded an Emerging International Artist Residency at The Scottish Sculpture Workshop in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was also awarded a year-long residency at Studio 550 in Manchester, NH in 2012 and was a Distinguished Fellow at Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences in 2015. She taught ceramics and 3-D design at Concord Community College, NH and Endicott College in Beverly, MA prior to joining the faculty at Auburn University as an Assistant Professor of Ceramics in 2016. She maintains an active studio practice and continues to exhibit her sculpture and installations nationally and internationally.
Andy Holliday is Visiting Assistant Professor of Art at Auburn University. He earned his MFA in Printmaking from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and his BFA in Printmaking from Auburn University. His studio practice ranges from printmaking to ceramics and sculpture. Andy's current studio work explores how empathy is activated and deactivated by imagery, and how it functions in everyday interactions through social media. Andy is originally from the Opelika area, where he has worked with the Jule Collins Smith Museum, the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center, and the Auburn Area Community Theatre.
Summer Camp registration is currently unavailable. Registration for 2020 Summer Camps begins December 2, 2019
If a registration is canceled for any reason, the individual or organization making the original CAMP FEE payment will receive:
- A full refund, with a $25 administrative fee deduction, if the cancellation request is received at least 4 weeks prior to the start date of the program;
- A refund of 50%, if the cancellation request is received less than 4 weeks prior but at least 2 weeks prior to the program start date;
- No refund for a "No Show" or for a cancellation request received less than 2 weeks prior to the start date of the program.
Note: A registration may be transferred to another person at any time for a $25 transfer fee.
What to Bring to Camp:
Please pack lightly – but do not forget to bring bedding, a towel, and toiletries.
Campers should refrain from bringing no more than one (1) suitcase and one (1) personal sized bag to camp.
Need more room in your suitcase? Don’t pack your bedding, have it ready at check-in by purchasing a Linens Package!
- XL twin sheets/thick blanket or sleeping bag and pillow
- Alarm Clock
- Phone Charger
- Body Wash
- Toothbrush and Toothpaste
- Bath Towel
Clothing & Shoes:
- T-shirts: Loose fitting, tank tops must have straps three fingers wide and cover all undergarments
- Shorts: At least 3.5” inseam
- One (1) pair of jeans/long pants
- Tennis Shoes: We walk up to 6 miles daily!
- Closed toed shoes
- Swimsuit: For girls, a modest one piece swimsuit. For boys, no speedos or jammers.
- Flip-flops or Water Shoes: For the pool
- Sweatshirt or Jacket
- Dress up Outfit: Dressy casual (modest) outfit (e.g.: modest sundress, polo & khakis, pants & blouse)
- Rain Jacket or Poncho
- Laundry Bag
- Beach Towel: For the pool
- Bug spray/Sunscreen
- $50 key/meal card deposit: Make check payable to Auburn University
- Spending Money
Last Updated: August 5, 2019