Nailah Shabazz

Nailah Shabazz

I write fan fiction. I’m a huge Harry Potter fan. I ate alligator twice and I visited New Orleans. I hate anime (it’s so over dramatic). I’m a fan of DC comics and Marvel. I love to draw. I love to dance. I love hot sauce (or anything spicy). I love to read (bookaholic).


Camp Ginkgo Activities, Ceramics, danceLogic, Saturday Teen Video Class


Afterschool Ceramics/Fall Session 2018

LEARNING OBJECTIVES Further develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills Achieve greater understanding of ceramic fundamentals and the elements of art. During the fall session students will be guided to examine and expand their views on and methods of artmaking. For a 21st century artist, artmaking has very few, if any, limits; art has many perspectives Read More

Camp Ginkgo 2019 Activities

In addition to various projects in art, dance, voice, acting, and film/photography, campers engage in recreational activities, games, and field trips.


danceLogic is an innovative program for teen girls combining dance and computer coding. The girls cultivate a well rounded understanding of dance including Hip-hop/ballet/contemporary styles and collaborate to choreograph their own dance pieces. During the dance class, led by instructors Shanel Edwards and Tyra Jones-Blain, the girls learn dance skills and movement techniques. This is followed by Read More

Nature Up Close

Campers learned to photograph by taking close ups of plants, flowers,. and details in the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center. They used a Canon 70D and Canon 5D.

Saturday Teen Film

The teens work in depth on creating short films that stem from their daily experiences. Though the class decides on an idea in their groups, the themes of culture, identity and roots will be central. The teens learn how to storyboard, how to film using professional grade equipment, and how to edit using video editing Read More

Video Project “Dear Self”

A video created by the Camp Ginkgo Teal Group sharing thoughts on their younger self and older self – Natasha Cohen-Carroll, artist/counselor 2017. During the process campers learned and used professional equipment. Dear Self