This fun and exploratory camp will introduce young artists to several media including ceramics, sculpture, drawing and painting.
July 31 – August 4, 2023
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day
$550 per student per week – 20% off for OHCA family members.
Includes all materials and 2 snacks/day
12 Students Maximum
Many mediums will be explored:
• Ceramics (hand building and wheel)
There is plenty of freedom for students to discover and create.
O’Hanlon Center is in a quiet nature filled property full of inspiration.
The camp is VERY popular so sign up early!
“I LOVE this Camp!”
“I loved the people here, kids and adults.”
“I wouldn’t change anything about the camp except making last longer.”
– 2018 campers
Jackie La Lanne retired at the end of 2021 from over 30 years teaching art in the Mill Valley School district. She is currently Board President of of O’Hanlon. She graduated from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Studio Art and a Masters Degree in Art Education. She loves teaching art and making photographs, which she says have a lot in common: discovering, making, envisioning, sharing, and having fun. La Lanne, who can often be found in the artroom wearing the earrings she made from her old bike lock keys, has been teaching elementary art curriculum in Mill Valley public schools for many years. She is an accomplished artist, teacher, and photographer and has created wonderful collaborative textile projects for her five grandchildren.
Charlie Freiburger is a local artist from Marin County who specializes in music and pottery. He is a graduate of Tamiscal High School and will be studying ceramics next year. Wood-fire pottery is of particular interest to him and he has taught ceramics at various studios around the Bay. Charlie plays bass in a local band called Everything and also records his own music; both of which can be found online. Charliesvariousart.com