July 26-30: Artist for a Day

Students will learn about a famous artist’s life and how their life affected their art. Then they’ll create artwork in that artist’s style.

  • Jac Kephart
  • Salvador Dahli, Andy Warhol
  • Bob Ross, Deborah Butterfield 
  • Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall
  • Maurits Escher, Yayoi Kusama
  • Students will visit our galleries and virtually view others in our region and create artwork from that experience.

Classes are broken down by ages 5-7 and 8-13. Classes are designed to challenge and teach to the ability of the students in that class.

Need-based scholarships available

Don’t forget to bring a snack and a water bottle! 

Lunch serviced by Lunch Lizard: Mon-Thurs June 1st through July 30th
(No meal service June 30th through July 5th)

Summer Art Camp gives the community’s children the opportunity to explore art in all its forms and encourages those students to explore their own creativity. Summer Art Camp is taught by both professional and certified art teachers. A reception is held at the end of each week and families and friends are invited into The Art Center to see the work that the campers have accomplished during the week.

This year’s Summer Art Camp collaborative community project is “Invasion of The Art Center” will run throughout June and allow campers to build friendships and a feeling of contributing to something bigger than one’s self. The “Invasion of The Art Center” project will be displayed in the July Student Instructor Exhibit.


Generously sponsored by:

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Member: $110.00 | Non-Member: $135.00

Rachel Egelston

Code: 21U-SAC-0010

Class dates:

July 26

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM