See you for the 2018 summer art camp session!


About Summer Art Camp

The Summer Art Camp program is designed to introduce children to different art forms. Students will learn to use various mediums and will be assigned different projects to complete throughout the session. The Summer Art Camp is not only fun, but also very educational. Students will leave with a sense of achievement and a strong foundation in art. For further information or a brochure, please fill out request on the home page, or feel free to call the Glenview School of Arts, Dong Joo Kang at (847) 486-0215 or (847)208-6165.

Campers will have daily activities and projects. The camp introduces students to Drawing and Painting, Ceramics, Pottery Painting, Storybook Making, and Multi-Media.  Campers can choose full time or part time enrollment. There is a $50 registration fee for campers. Cost is based on how many times a student attends per week.


Camp Session:

  • Summer Session #1: 6/12/2017-7/15/2017 (5 weeks) (No Class on Independence Day)
  • Summer Session #2: 7/17/2017-8/19/2017 (5 weeks)

Camp Fees:

Ages 6-8

  • 1 Day/1 Week: $80
  • 2 Days/1 Week: $150
  • 3 Days/1 Week: $210
  • 4 Days/1 Week: $260
  • 5 Days/1 Week: $300

Ages 9-13

  • 1 Day/1 Week: $85
  • 2 Days/1 Week: $160
  • 3 Days/1 Week: $225
  • 4 Days/1 Week: $280
  • 5 Days/1 Week: $325

** Please note there is an additional non-refundable $50 registration fee **


Camp Schedule:

MONDAYS

  • 9:00-10:30AM: Multi-Media

  • 10:30AM-12:00PM: Story Book Making

  • 12:00-1:00PM: Lunch

  • 1:00-2:30PM: Drawing & Painting

TUESDAYS

  • 9:00-10:30AM: Ceramics

  • 10:30AM-12:00PM:  Art History

  • 12:00-1:00PM: Lunch

  • 1:00-2:30PM: Drawing & Painting    

WEDNESDAYS

  • 9:00-10:30AM: Art History

  • 10:30AM-12:00PM: Fashion-Illustration

  • 12:00-1:00PM: Lunch

  • 1:00-2:30PM: Drawing & Painting

THURSDAYS

  • 9:00-10:30AM: Fashion-Illustration

  • 10:30AM-12:00PM: Multi-Media

  • 12:00-1:00PM: Lunch

  • 1:00-2:30PM: Drawing & Painting

FRIDAYS 

  • 9:00-10:30AM: Story Book Making

  • 10:30AM-12:00PM: Ceramics

  • 12:00-1:00PM: Lunch

  • 1:00-2:30PM: Drawing & Painting


Camp Class Descriptions:

Ceramics

Students will learn hand-building techniques in clay. Students will also learn how to add details to the various forms they create. Students will have the opportunity to paint their clay sculptures.

Fashion Illustration

Students will create their own unique fashion designs on top of illustration templates. Students can cut out their fashion models and then create their very own fashion books!

Art History

Learn to create art projects inspired by  famous and talented artists! Students will have the opportunity to learn about artist biographies and also explore the various techniques that made the artists famous.

Pottery Painting

Students will paint and glaze bisque-ware. Students create their own unique and colorful designs.

Story Book Making Class

Let's create and illustrate our own stories.
We can keep these books as wonderful memories of fun and free expression.

Multi - Media Class

This class will focus on 3D projects and the development of 3D observational skills.
Student will use materials such as paper mache, construction paper, clay, and wire to create animals, trees, buildings, and abstract shapes.

Drawing and Painting

Have fun while learning drawing techniques.  Use observation, imagination, and a wide variety of materials to create unique works of art.

2017 Summer Art Exhibition:

On Friday August 18 from 6-8PM, Glenview School of Arts held an art show with works completed by students in all classes of our Summer 2017 session. The show was a successful showcase of dozens of wonderful artworks. Thanks to all who came out! We want to commend our students for all their hard work this semester, and we look forward to the Fall Sessions.


Winners of the Annual Metra Safety Poster Competition

The Glenview School of Arts encourages its students to join the annual Metra safety poster competition, promoting safety in a fun and imaginative way. We believe in the importance of community competitions and have been proud of our winning students.


2016-2017

This year’s contest theme “Keep yourself(ies) Safe: Look, Listen and Live.” had 10 winners! 2 first place winners, 1 second place, 5 third place, and 2 honorable mentions.

First place winners: Habin Park, Madeline Oh

Second place winner: Juliana Craven

Third place winners: Kaya Matsunaga, Sky Hana, Ava Prosko, Julia Petrea, Janet Wong

Honorable mentions: Sydney Aul, Audrey Chan


2015-2016

This year's poster theme was "Make Safety Your Focus: Look, Listen and Live". This year alone we had 14 different winners! We had 4 first places, 3 second place winners, and 3 third place winners and 4 honorable mentions. Wednesday, June 15 at 10:30AM is the ceremony celebrating these winners at the Metra building in downtown.

First place winners: Olivia C. Kim, Madelyn Lee, Joy Zhou, Janet Wong

Second place winners: Habin Park, Yebin Park, Leon Kosciak

Third place winners: Katrina Boroski, Madeline Oh, Sarah Wagner

Honorable mentions: Frank Kosciak, Nicholas Konchan, Fiona Chen, Stephanie Wolfso


2014-2015

This year's poster theme was unplug for safety. This year alone we had 10 different winners!  We had 5 first place winners, 3 second place winners, and 2 third place winners. Jun 17 2015 , Metra came to conduct interviews at our school to document the school's participation in this poster contest. Metra interviewed the director as well as the winning art students.

First place winners: Parker Lee, Yebin Park, Madeline Lee, Julia Petria, Leon Kosciak

Second place winners: Yenmeng Liang, Anna Lipkind

Third place winners: Habin Park, Maryland Buckingham, Sarah Warner

Animation & Computer Design [Gallery]

About Animation & Computer Design:

Students will learn to make a short animation using Photoshop and Adobe After Effects. First they will learn how to hand draw their own character, objects, and background, as well as develop a simple narrative. Throughout the course, students will also learn specific animation terminology,  a brief history of animation, and how to develop their computer skills.


Student Work:










Winners of the 27th Annual Youth Art Fair

The Glenview School of Arts is proud to announce our students who participated and won the 27th Annual Youth Art Fair at the Glenview Art League on February 20th, 2016.

First place winners: Sarah Warner (Junior), Natalie Brame (8th grade), Ava Prosko (3rd grade)

Second place winners: Leon Koscian (8th grade), Amanda Lee (4th grade)

Third place: Juliana Craven (5th grade)