Archeology Camp | The Curse of the Mummy
June 3 @ 9:00 am - June 7 @ 4:00 pm
Ages 5-14 (Please note that due to the intensive nature of our camps, we are unable to accommodate 4 year olds)
This program features a high energy adventure driven curriculum where the classroom is used to represent a museum. Students will learn about ancient cultures as they are sent out as agents of history to find the missing components from our museum displays. Each of these museum assignments will be run in an “Indiana Jones” style with tricks, traps, riddles and unexpected adversaries for a well-rounded experience of fun and history.
The Curse of the Mummy is the first in a series of camps that will focus on a specific ancient culture during its golden age. Stay tuned for future camps that will address the Sumerian, Greek, and Roman civilizations, Aztec empire and the Cohochia people. Each of these themed workshops will examine the history, art, and ancient writing techniques of the culture to immerse the student’s in the time period and prepare them for the adventure.
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About instructor Rick Wheeler AKA Deadeye
Rick is a renowned Civil War reenactor and volunteer historian at Fort Taylor and Fort Jefferson. He has been involved with educational outreach programs that include living history events, medieval festivals, Civil War Boot Camp and Operation Purple. Deadeye’s Workshop, Rick’s community centered organization, is currently involved in restoration efforts at Fort Taylor and the building of temporary museum displays inside the fort. He is currently working with the Key West Fringe Theater on the production of Hamlet.
About instructor Kevin Lisinski
Kevin has been working in the field of childcare since he was fourteen years old. He was responsible for the operation of the Community Center and summer program for the Department of Parks and Recreation in Bristol, Rhode Island. Kevin has worked as a behavioral specialist, working primarily with behaviorally-challenged youth in a variety of programs throughout the country. Kevin and his wife moved to Key West in early 2015, having fallen in love with the charm of the island. Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program, understanding numerous techniques and teaching styles as well as having knowledge of countless camp games.
In addition to registering online, we will require a more detailed form for emergency purposes. The ArtCamp! 2019 registration form and Camper Code of Conduct will be emailed to you and must be completed before the commencement of camp.
Camp starts at 9:00 AM and ends at 4:00 PM. To ensure the comfort of your child throughout the day, we have included a list of essentials. Please pack these items in a beach bag that can be left at the camp. The bags will be kept in a designated storage area. It is important that all items be labeled with your child’s name.
- Closed-toe shoes
- Flip flops
- Sun shirt
- Reusable water bottle