School of Magic Arts Superhero Magic Camp

Superhero Magic Camp

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School of Magic Arts


School of Magic Arts Superhero Magic Camp
Ages

9 - 17 yrs

Dates

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

Jul 18, 2022 - Jul 22, 2022

5 classes
Time

1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Location

Online via Zoom

Instructors

Annie M., Brian K., Jc P.

Capacity

15 students

Discounts

Sibling Discount


Class Experience

July Regular Registration Closes:  7/4/2022 at midnight EST

July Late Registration Closes:  7/14/2022 at midnight EST


We are calling all junior superheroes, repeat, calling ALL junior superheroes to summer training.  New recruits will learn how to defeat even the most cunning of super villains with magic.  Their strength, bravery, and creativity will all come into play as they use their new super skills to bring justice to the world!


In this summer camp from School of Magic Arts, campers will embark on a five-day journey to become superheroes using stage magic.  


They will also work on storytelling skills to bring their characters to life, construct at least one prop a day to use in performance, and have the opportunity to be in an end-of-camp magic show! 


This is a great camp for students just beginning magic and also those who have joined us in the past.

Notes

All essential materials needed are included in the camp fee, and will be sent straight to your door! Materials will be sent to you to the address provided upon registration. If you do not receive your materials prior to the first day of camp, please reach out to us.

What you'll learn

  • Problem solving
  • Divergent thinking
  • Fine motor skills
  • Performance skills
  • Magic

Sample Class Format

  • Camper check-in
  • Materials prep
  • Training exercise (learn a quick trick or puzzle)
  • 5-minute break
  • Presentation of daily mission
  • Campers draw the villain they need to defeat
  • Build a prop
  • Learn how to use the prop
  • 5-minute break
  • End of day performances

Other Things To Know

Cancellation Policy

We will issue a full refund up until 2 weeks before the first day of the workshop/camp session. Cancellations after this timeframe, up until 24 hours before the event, are refunded at 50% original payment. 


How To Participate

Attend class via Zoom video

This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.


What To Bring

  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Clear tape (Scotch tape)
  • Markers or colored pencils
  • Blank paper
  • A shoe box (or other small box) to contain their magic props

Meet your Instructors

Annie M.

Annie Montone is one of the co-founders of the School of Magic Arts.  She is a professional magician, theater critic, educator, and playwright who has been working in the Baltimore area for over fifteen years. Annie specializes in mentalism, a branch of magic where the magician appears to demonstrate highly developed mental or intuitive abilities. Her favorite cat is named Ghost.

Brian K.

Brian Kehoe is one of the co-founders of the School of Magic Arts. He is a teacher, actor, sound designer, and graphic designer. Brian has been performing stage magic since the age of seven and has been acting since he was in his teens, he loves combining theater and magic.  When he's not performing or teaching magic, he loves to cook for his friends and family.  His favorite cat is named Willow.

Jc P.

JC Payne, a Maryland transplant, is delighted to be joining the School of Magic Arts team! He has loved the art of illusions his whole life long (BIG David Blaine & Shin Lim fan). Before he became a magician, he was (and still is) a classically trained actor. His favorite Shakespearean show he’s done so far was a hip-hop infused production of Much Ado About Nothing with Fools and Madmen, and he highly recommends checking their work out.