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One Week Summer Program for Pre-High School Students

• BioSTEM Award, 2018, J&J • Top Summer Science Program, 2011-2019, NY Times/ • Top Robotics Program, 2017, RoboLoco • Best Medicine Program, 2018, ParentMap • Top Biomedical Engineering, • Top 101 Summer Camps & Programs, • Top Biomedical Engineering, 2017,

Be creative! Have fun! Develop your scientific reasoning, skills, and artistic talent this summer. Students will complete a series of projects carefully curated for fun and educational value. Projects are designed to give students the opportunity to try their hand at drawing, painting, sculpting, and more with an emphasis on learning.

Although cutting edge advances in graphic design, digital photography, and CAD (Computer Aided Design) fuse art with technology, arts and sciences have long been intertwined. Knowledge of science and mathematical principles inform art. Sculptors of the human body often begin their tracing by studying Anatomy. Sculptors utilize scientific knowledge of melas, melting points, brittleness and malleability, polymers and principle of material science to fashion masterpieces in various mediums. Knowledge of natural products such as plant material was needed to create dyes and paint pigments, science informs an understanding and use of oils, paint, acrylics, and watercolors. Understanding of perception and cognition also informs art: diminishing size, diminishing detail, perspective, a diminishing contrast, highlighting, and color change are utilized to create perspective. Science and nature can also provide the subject matter in works of art. 




July 25th- 29th, 2022 | Lexington Christian Academy

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Students will learn the principles of photography and take their skills into nature to photograph and film what they find, as well as learn different editing techniques.
Students will also learn about the anatomy of fish through the traditional Japanese art of Gyotaku - where they would apply sumi ink to one side of a fish, then cover the fish with rice paper and rub to create an exact image of the fish.
Through sculpture, students will develop an understanding of anatomy and physiology.
Students will have the opportunity to design their own prototype for the product of their choice such as architecture, fashion, and cars.
Students will dive into the world of chemistry by analyzing the chemical makeup of different types of paint, while creating their own works of art along the way.
Finally, students will hone in on their math skills through drawing by practicing proportions, gridding, and perspective.

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