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July 26, 2021 - July 29, 2021

July 27, 28, 29, 2021
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Ages 9 – 12


$150 per child, all 3 days


Scholarships are available

Enjoy a unique art module each day!

“Exploring Sculpture” with Ellie Martin:

Explore line, shape, form, color as well as space, movement and balance. Participants will begin by modeling 3D forms in clay. From there, sculptures will be created using wood, wire, steel mesh, gesso and paint.


“Lithographic Printmaking with Polyester Plates” with Jim Jereb:

Learn about the centuries-old art process of lithography while creating a printing plate capable of multiple impressions.  During this workshop each person will draw with pen and markers on the plate to create their artwork.  The plate is then printed with a press to yield a set of prints in sufficient numbers to trade with each person in their group and enough remaining to keep as their own.  The set of trade prints will be bound with a title sheet so that each participant will have their own book collection of lithographic art.


“Pop-Up Paper Mountain Book” with Carrie Ida Edinger:

Come explore the Bighorn Mountains in creating a Pop-Up Paper Mountain. Using the Bighorn Mountains as inspiration camp participants will learn observation skills through nature, mapping, and historical references to create a 3D book. This creative process combines bookmaking, sculpture, drawing, collage and design techniques.

No experience necessary and all art materials are provided.

Jim Jereb

Black white photo of Jim JerenJim Jereb is from Laramie (WY) and is considered a master printmaker. He has been represented in numerous exhibitions including all of The Brinton Museum’s annual small works shows.

Carrie Ida Edinger

Headshot Carrie Ida EdingerCarrie lives in Sheridan and holds an MFA in Print Media. Her artwork is created from new media and printmaking techniques.

Ellen Martin

Colr photograph of Ellie MartinEllen Martin holds a BFA in Sculpture and a Master of Art Education. She enjoys art-making with kids of all ages. She balances her time between Sheridan and Ten Sleep where she lives with her husband, two daughters and four-legged family on a nature preserve.