Events

Art Camp 2019

Join us for a couple of hours of painting and nature. During each session participants will be able to explore both art & nature and bring the two together. Proceeds from each session help support Young Artistic Minds nonprofit organization, which helps put art education back into our schools. Note: Please bring your own water and snack.

Children’s Art Camp

Children will learn to mix primary colors to create secondary colors. They will have the opportunity to paint outdoors and appreciate nature in the process. In each session they will learn something new from symmetry, how to make paint brushes, painting leaves, rock painting, and painting with their senses.

Session 1: July 29, 2019 Session 5: August 5, 2019
Session 2: July 31, 2019 Session 6: August 7, 2019
Session 3: August 2, 2019 Session 7: August 14, 2019
Session 4: August 3, 2019 Session 8: August 15, 2019

When:

Where:     Robert Williams Nature & Historical Learning Center – (10069 E. Atherton Rd.  Davison, MI 48423)

Time:        Sessions 1-4: 10:00am – Noon

                 Sessions 5-8: 12:30-2:30pm

Age:          7-13 years’ old

Fee:           Residents: $35 (two-hour session) per child

                   Non-residents: $40 (two-hour session) per child
                   *Fees include all materials.

*Parents are welcome to join their child in the above sessions for an additional fee of $15 to cover materials.

Registration Link- https://register.dtparks.com/CourseActivities.aspx?id=4&cat=4

Adult Art Camp

During these sessions you will learn how to paint a great composition through the use of colors, lines, creating texture, shapes and designs all while exploring a beautiful nature setting.

Session 9: August 23, 2019 Session 10: August 24, 2019

When:

Where:       Robert Williams Nature & Historical Learning Center – (10069 E. Atherton Rd.  Davison, MI 48423)

Time:          Sessions 9: 6:00 – 8:00pm

                   Sessions 10: 10:00am – Noon

Age:            18 years old and up

Fee:             Residents: $35 (two-hour session) per person

                     Non-residents: $40 (two-hour session) per person
                    *Fees include all materials.

Registration Link- https://register.dtparks.com/CourseActivities.aspx?id=4&cat=4

BROUGHT TO YOU BY

PHONE: (810)214-1810   EMAIL: cclark@davisontwp-mi.org   WEBSITE: www.dtparks.com FACEBOOK: DavisonTwpParksandRec   ADDRESS 1152 N. Gale Road, Davison, MI 48423

ART Camp: Thursday, July 13, 2017

“En Plein Air.” French meaning painting outdoors

Time: 10 am – 12 (noon)- Kindergarten – Grade 4;  1-3 pm – Grades 5-8

Place: Williams Nature & Historic Learning Center- North House

Address: 10069 Atherton Road
Just west of M-15

Cost: $25.00  Residents; $30.00 Non-residents
Register at the Lake Callis Office or online: www.dtparks.com or by calling 810-214-1810.

Each child will create a work of art that they will take home with them.They will learn to mix primary colors to get secondary colors. They have the opportunity to paint what is in front of them, paint outdoors (weather permitting), and appreciate nature.

This event is a fundraiser for Young Artistic Minds

ART IN THE PARK: Saturday, July 22,2017

Time: 10 am – 4pm

Place: Lake Callis

Address: 1152 N. Gale Road, Davison, Michigan 48423
Between Davison Road and Lapeer Road

Cost: $5.00 per project

Art Projects every hour starting at 11 am.

Putting art education back into the schools in Genesee county.
Artwork will be for sell from local artists to raise money for
Young Artistic Minds Nonprofit Organization.
There will be a silent auction of artwork from local artists as well as professors from the
Univerisity of Michigan, Flint campus.

ART CAMP: Thursday, August 10, 2017

Time: 10 am – 12 (noon)- Kindergarten – Grade 4;  1-3 pm – Grades 5-8

Place: Williams Nature & Historic Learning Center- North House

Address: 10069 Atherton Road
Just west of M-15

Cost: $25.00  Residents; $30.00 Non-residents. Register through the Lake Callis Office or online: www.dtparks.com or by calling 810-214-1810.

Each child will create a work of art that they will take home with them.

They will learn to mix primary colors to get secondary colors. They have the opportunity to paint what is in front of them, paint outdoors (weather permitting), and appreciate nature.

This event is a fundraiser for Young Artistic Minds