What is The Belvoir Difference?
Professional MFA artists teach in fully equipped studios. Drawing, painting, printmaking, watercolor, ceramics, sculpture, black and white photography, digital photography, crafts/sewing, and jewelry are offered by the art department in small classes organized by age and skill. Facilities include two gas-fired kilns, ceramics wheels, etching press, complete dark room with eight stations, digital photo studio, equipment for sewing, and silver work. Students enjoy working with charcoal, oil paints, watercolor, clay, stone, wood, silver, photoshop, and more. In addition to class time, campers have an opportunity to participate in open studio hours, gallery trips, art exhibitions, and talks with professional art guests. Campers focused on other Belvoir programs, such as theater, dance, or music, also enjoy wonderful art classes in any of the art studios.
Art at Belvoir
Belvoir’s exciting and outstanding visual arts program offers a combination of professional teaching, small classes, and fun while exploring all the different art forms. Imagine taking classes in charcoal drawing, oil painting, ceramics, jewelry, digital photography, and more!
Mask Making Crafts with Nora
How to make a mask during the Corona Virus, with Nora “Crafts” Menken. Today we are going to make personal masks. These are not medical-grade masks intended for medical professionals. These are personal masks that are for your everyday use. Nora is going to be showing how to make a mask using a sewing machine, and how to make a mask by hand.
Elliott Arkin: Aluminum Foil Sculpting
How to make Aluminum Foil Sculptures at home with Elliott Arkin.
Alberto Giacometti Sculptures recreated with Aluminum Foil.