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Calligraphy

Explore the art of caligraphy with this EDMO Coach led experience of infusing words with artistic expression. EDMO Coaches work with kids who have mastered basic writing skills, whether they have taken calligraphy classes before or not, to wield broad-tipped pens or brushes. Kids will practice entrance strokes (both thin upstrokes and thick downstrokes) and then move to more advanced techniques to establish their own individual style. A contemporary calligraphic practice can be defined as "the art of giving form to signs in an expressive, harmonious, and skillful manner." Required materials: Calligraphy pens, ink, paper (graph paper preferred), pencil, eraser, and ruler
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Zhengjie Zhang

My name is Zhengjie Zhang and I go by Peter. I am proud to be a coach for Camp EDMO and feel enthusiastic to meet and share my knowledge to you. I received Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and governance and data science from the University of California, Berkeley, and currently pursuing law school. This will be my 4th year as educator and 3ed month in EDMO. I have a true passion for working with our youngest learners! Personally, I was born in Shanghai, China and came to the US for studying when I was 14 years old. Now I am 22 and strive to create a community of learners that nurtures development on academic, social, language, and motor growth in a positive, fun environment. I look forward to working together with you as partners in your child's growth and development!

Jordie Marie Rippon

Jordie Marie Rippon is A graduate student studying Creative Producing and Management at CalArts. She has previously received a Bachelor's of Science in Technology Communication and Theater. She loves to create an environment that makes it fun to learn and loves to encourage and empower kids to think about problems differently as a tool to help solve the problem.

Kera Marie Bruce

Kera is a recent graduate from Stanislaus State University with a degree in Art History and a minor in Anthropology. Her passion for the arts an culture shows through her methodology, combining arts, crafts, history and social-emotional learning in each of her lessons. Her priorities in each session include providing a patient and creative space for children to learn and discover their own interests and strengths.