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The camp logo.

Scratch Camp: Make Stuff is the seventh Scratch Camp hosted by the Scratch Team, following Scratch Camp: Down Deep. It began on July 16, 2018, and ended on August 6, 2018.[1] The camp was led by Scratch Team members GulpTea, scmb1, and ceebee, as they are managers of the official headquarters studio.[2]

On July 5th, 2018, the Scratch Team announced Scratch Camp: Make Stuff in this forum topic (using the ScratchCat account to post the announcment).

Teaser Project

The announcement post invited Scratchers to remix the official teaser project for the camp. Users then can ask for their project to be added to the headquarters studio of the camp.

Camp Headquarters Studio

The camp featured a camp headquarters studio where users could add their teaser projects for the camp, ask questions about the camp, and more.

Parts

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Scratch Camp: Make Stuff featured three parts (one per week), all of which have since ended.

Part One

Part One of the camp was specifically for art. The studio for Part One can be found here. It started on July 16th,[citation needed] the same day that Scratch Camp began.[1] In this part of the camp, Scratchers were invited to create a piece of art and share it with the community. The camp encouraged Scratchers to try something a new medium.[3]

Part Two

Part Two of the camp was specifically for cooking and food. The studio for Part Two can be found here. It started on July 23rd,[citation needed] one week after Scratch Camp began.[1] In this part of the camp, Scratchers were invited to make something in the kitchen, or digitally if they prefer, and share it with the community.

Part Three

Part Three of the camp was specifically for sound and music. The studio for Part Three can be found here. It started on July 30th,[citation needed] two weeks after Scratch Camp began.[1] In this part of the camp, Scratchers were invited to experiment with sounds and music, either on a concrete instrument, or digitally (on Scratch, using the music blocks), and share it with the community.

Camp Counselors

There were eighteen camp counselors in this camp. They added projects, answered questions that people had about the camp, etc. The counselors are as follows:[2]

Note Note: These are in the same order as in the Camp Headquarters Studio.
  • ScratchCat*
  • GulpTea*
  • scmb1*
  • ceebee*
  • HehtorOCH
  • 16cmack
  • okapicoder
  • Fupicat
  • -Doodlemaster-
  • D_i_a_v_l_o
  • huagoose
  • ivypool2
  • _MockingJay_
  • oriquack
  • Pylar
  • bigpuppy
  • bidulule
  • getbent
  • rainbow_waves
  • BreakTheIcing
  • schittering06

* Denotes a Scratch Team member

See Also

References

  1. a b c d https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5210238/
  2. a b https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5210238/curators/
  3. https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5209414/ - "This is your chance to try a new form of art that you haven’t tried before."