FULL Signs of Spring: Ages 7-12 Morning Camp
This camp will focus on movement, music, and creating a nature-themed costume all while discovering what is springing up in and around the Artistree fields, forest, and pond. Mother Nature is just awakening from her winter slumber together with the animals and plants of spring. Join us for three artful days in which we explore the wonders of the natural world. Camp will include daily snack and recess breaks.
Sign up for half days or full days. Morning camps will offer different activities from afternoon camps. Please note that we will be going outside each day! Campers must bring outdoor clothing (warm jacket, mud boots, gloves, hat, and rain gear if appropriate), a change of indoor clothes, snacks, water bottle, and lunch (if appropriate). Lunch and recess time will be 12-1pm.
Ashley Barrow is the Theatre Programming Coordinator at ArtisTree. She hails originally from Hendersonville, NC where she grew up at the Flat Rock Playhouse in their YouTheatre program. She received her BA in Theatre Arts and a Dance minor from Catawba College in Salisbury, NC where she was trained in multiple acting styles such as Stanislavski, Lessac, and Meisner. Ashley worked in Columbus, GA performing onstage as well as teaching in the Springer Theatre Academy for Georgia’s State Theatre, The Springer Opera House. Ashley has choreographed such shows as How I Became a Pirate and Dr. Doolittle for the South Carolina Children’s Theatre. Ashley is the Production Manager for City Center Ballet and has directed Taming of the Shrew, Antigone, Into the Woods, and Hello, Dolly! at Hanover High School.