Glass House Collective is hosting youth fall break camps for the week of October 21st-25th. We have partnered with Art120, Mark Making, and BRUSH Paint and Sip. Descriptions of the different camps are below:

Mark Making with Paint, Print, and Paste 

When: Monday (Oct. 21) – Friday (Oct. 25)

Time: Monday (1pm-4pm), Tuesday (1pm-4pm), Wednesday (9am-4pm), Thursday (9am-4pm), Friday (9am-4pm)

Ages: 11years- 18years

Description: Be a part of Mark Making and Glass House Collective’s FREE fall break camp – Paint,Print, and Paste! Only 10 spots available!  Participating youth will work with professional artists to animate store fronts on Glass Street, create graffiti paste-up posters for the City of Chattanooga’s Affordable Housing Pilot, and explore 3D printing technology for an upcoming mural.

 BRUSH Fall Break Art Camp

When: Monday (Oct. 21) & Tuesday, (Oct. 22)

Time: 9am- 12pm

Ages: 6years- 12years

Description: Brianna Bass, artist and UTC fine arts graduate, will teach BRUSH Fall Break Camp. The first day is a proven favorite–Self Portraits! The children will learn basic proportions of the face using pencil and then transition to full-fledged pictures that can reveal the “true you”!

The second day is paper mache masks, where the children won’t mind getting their hands messy. Using balloons, newspaper, paste and paint there is no limit to what themes the children can explore. Bird masks, animal masks, monster masks! You name it. It’s perfect for the upcoming Halloween season!

Art120 Urban Art Bike Tune Up & Maker Fair

When: Tune up: Saturday, Oct. 19 & Make Fair: Saturday, Oct. 26

Time: Saturday, Oct. 19th 1pm – 5pm & Maker Fair is invite only

Description: 

Urban Art Bike Tune Up is on  Saturday the 19th 1-5pm at The Custom Cycle Shop. This event is open to all students and their families who participated in our Art Bike Workshops as part of the Glass House Collective’s Summer Workshop Series.

Students will work with teachers and volunteers to help prepare their bikes for Atlanta’s Mini-Maker Faire on October 26th. We will also have details about two events for students to show their work at Mainx24 on December 7th  and the Holiday Starlight Parade on December 14th.

The urban art bike program, organized by Art 120, teaches students how to take their ideas on paper and turn them into art on wheels. Students learn important skills like:design, math, craftsmanship, power tool use, shop safety, and welding with a trained professional.