Gardens to Galleries – March 17 & 18, 2022
A Two Day Spring Break Camp for Budding Creatives
Looking for a creative outlet for your budding artist this spring? Join us for a brand new collaborative program presented by the Doss Heritage and Cultural Center & Chandor Gardens Foundation. Students will spend one day exploring and taking inspiration at the historic Chandor Gardens and one day bringing inspiration to life though a unique art creation at the Doss.
Students will have the chance to be inspired by an element from Chandor Gardens (this could be natural, architectural or botanical) that they will sketch or photograph to use as research for their project. Upon completion at Chandor Gardens the group will come to the Doss Heritage and Cultural Center to construct their creations with use of paints, pens, and various recycled objects. Their inspired mixed media creation will then have the opportunity to be displayed in the newest Doss Exhibit “Gardens to Galleries”
Like all Doss Camps, fun and games will be woven in with learning to make an unforgettable experience for your child.
Registration Open Now
WHO: STUDENTS AGES 7-12 YEARS(Students must be able to create an art project independently with minimal assistance from adults Adults will be available to help with complex cutting, glue guns, etc. but the ideas must come from the students)
WHAT: TWO DAY SPRING BREAK CAMP
WHEN: MARCH 17 & 18, 2022 FROM 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM EACH DAY
- DAY 1 – (MARCH 17th) WILL BE ALL DAY AT CHANDOR GARDENS
- DAY 2 – (MARCH 18th) WILL BE ALL DAY AT DOSS HERITAGE AND CULTURE CENTER
COST: $125 PER CHILD
- A camp T-shirt
- A camp sketchbook
- Supplies for project
- Two days of camp
- Snacks at camp (campers are required to bring their own lunches)
Tues – Sat : 10am - 5pm
Thurs : 10am-8pm
Sun & Mon: Closed
PO Box 215
Weatherford, TX 76086
The mission of the James and Dorothy Doss Heritage and Culture Center is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Parker County through cultural and educational events that raise awareness and pride in our western heritage.