SCERA Art Studios

The SCERA Art Studios are located at 340 East 720 South in Orem, in the building located just behind the parking lot east of the SCERA Center. Get Directions from Google Maps. The SCERA Art Studios phone number is (801)225-ARTS ext. 1040 and email is artstudios@scera.org.

The SCERA Art Studios are under the direction of professional artist and teacher Ashley Harvey.  SCERA Art Studios is a member of the National Art Education Association.  Our imaginative curriculum exceeds the National Standards for Visual Arts Education. 


SUMMER 2014
Check out the wonderful variety of summer camps and classes for ages six to adult! Students develop a new talent, create amazing projects - and have a lot of fun, too! Take as many camps as you'd like.  All materials are included in the cost of tuition.





SCERA ART STUDIOS
Studio Director: Ashley Harvey
 



THREE WAYS TO REGISTER - Registration opens April 14, 2014
1)  ONLINE:  Click here to register and pay online.
2)  PHONE:  Call (801) 225-ARTS between 10am-6pm weekdays and Saturdays from 12Noon-6pm. There is an additional $3.00 fee on phone orders.
3)  IN PERSON:  Stop by the main office at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem, open 10am-6pm weekdays.    





AGE 6-11
Monday-Wednesday
9:00-11:30am
$55/camp

Check out the themed camps below – choose one or as many as you’d like.  Students work with various art techniques, make several projects to take home…and have time for games and snacks.  All art supplies included.

Monsters
June 9-11
Bring out your inner monster and create monsters out of clay, colored pencils, and paint.  You will even get to make a monster based on yourself! We will have monster themed games and snacks to go along with all of our projects.

Superheroes
June 16-18
If you love Iron Man, the Ninja Turtles, or Wonder Woman, you will love learning to draw superheroes, and make your favorite superhero accessories as you paint, draw, cut some construction paper, and use clay.

Get Patriotic
June 23-25
Celebrate our country by creating groovy 4th of July art with tie-dye, spray paint, paint tossing, abstract techniques and much more crazy fun!

Play with Clay
July 7-9
We’ll play with Sculpey, paper, and pottery clay, creating everything from coil pots to our own castles.  Get your hands dirty and sculpt some fun things!

Animals
July 14-16
If you love animals, we’ll create leaf animals, clay animals, animal drawings, and animal paintings.

Paint Crazy
July 28-30
We will be making crayon resist paintings and doing cool forms of stenciling, along with watercolor and acrylic mediums.   

Dinosaurs
August 4-6
Create your own fossils, make your very own dinosaur egg and much more dinosaur-themed art using different mediums
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AGE 12-17
Monday-Thursday
9:00-11:30am
All art supplies included


Pottery  
June 16-19 or July 7-10
$100

Want to learn how to throw on the wheel or increase your skills? Beginners will learn how to throw, glaze, and hand build, while intermediate students will learn more advanced wheel throwing techniques.  Only 5 spots available.

Anime
July 14-17 or August 4-7  
$70

For the beginner and advanced anime artist, you will learn how to draw anime, but expand your abilities with different anime projects including graphic novel designs and perspective projects.  




ADULTS (18+)
Each eight week class runs from the week of June 9 – week of August 16, with no classes the week of July 4 and July 24.  All art supplies are included.

Sculpture
Thursdays 7:00-8:30pm
$125 or two payments of $62.50

Learn the basics of sculpture!  Students will design one sculpture, which they will sculpt out of progressively harder mediums beginning with clay and ending with plaster.  Open studio time will be available for those who wish to work outside of class.

Oil Painting
Tuesdays 7:00-8:30pm
$145 or two payments of $72.50

Learn the basics of using oil paints in a realistic and surrealistic manner.  Students will understand how to paint still life compositions and outdoor compositions realistically, and as the session progresses, will move towards surrealist and impressionist works.  Open studio time will be available for those who wish to work outside of class.

Drawing
Thursdays 7:00-8:30pm
$125 or two payments of $62.50

Learn to realistically draw your surroundings using charcoal and pastels.  Students will learn to simplify how they see still life and outdoor compositions in order to effectively draw with ease.  Open studio time will be available for those who wish to work outside of class.

Beginning Pottery
Tuesdays 7:00-8:30pm
$135 or two payments of $67.50

Learn to throw basic pottery on the wheel.  Students will learn how to make bowls, mugs, and plates.  The class will also cover glazing and decorating techniques.    Open studio time will be available for those who wish to work outside of class.

Summer Studio Pass
Adults 18 and older
$150 for June 9-August 15

Work on your skills and projects at your convenience!  This summer studio pass includes use of clay, glazes, and firing as well as acrylic paints and most boards.  Instruction will not be provided.  Available times will be Mondays from 9am-12Noon, Tuesdays from 9am-12Noon and 7:00-8:30pm, Wednesdays from 9am-12Noon, Thursdays from 7:00-8:30pm and Saturdays June 21, July 12, July 26 and August 9 from 9am-12Noon.  




SCERA ART STUDIOS
Director: Ash
ley Harvey


Ashley Harvey has been creating art since she could pick up a pencil.  From birth, the fine arts have been an integral part of her character make up.  Although her expertise lies in the visual arts, she has participated in music, voice, and dance classes throughout her life.  A California native, Ashley completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree at California State University, Stanislaus in 2009, and was part of The Stanislaus Arts Council, a program focused on integrating visual arts into children’s lives by teaching art classes in elementary schools, after school programs, and community centers.  Her own work has been displayed in a series of art shows both on her college campus and nearby cities.  Ashley continues to create, constantly experimenting with new mediums and refining her skills as an artist. She and her husband, who is studying animation at BYU, moved to Utah County several years ago and have a two-year-old daughter.