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Re: Summer Art Camp Advice

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GTBlack_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Tue Apr 16 2002 - 23:05:44 PDT


I did one awhile back thru the parks and recreation department in my city.
They provided a classroom in a community center, advertised the class in the
city newsletter (delivered to 100,000 homes) and handled registrations,
questions, refunds, etc in exchange for 30%. I liked the deal because all I
had to do was come up with the curriculum and teach- they cut me a check at
the end.

Come up with a catchy-fun name. And if you can, give away art stuff like
crazy.... books, crayons, sketchbooks, brushes, etc.... factor it into the
cost of the class. Kids love free stuff, and you can do all sorts of fun
games to give it away.

Geoff Black

In a message dated 4/16/02 5:39:02 PM, sue_cosgrove@hotmail.com writes:

<< I am trying to set up a series of week long art camp at my local community
center to raise extra cash this summer. Any advice or things I need to
think or worry about while I am setting this up and doing it? I would
appreciate any advice. >>

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