Summer Art Camp gives 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 “The World of Color” and will run throughout June to allow campers to build friendships and a feeling of contributing to something bigger than oneself. The “The World of Color” project will be displayed in the July Student/Instructor Exhibit.
Classes are broken down by age: 5-7 and 8-12. 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, a lunch, and a water bottle!
- Learn how to draw from live animal models
- Create artwork inspired by Laurel Birch cats and The Blue Dog
- Stone Pets and their environment
- Papier-mâché pets
- Sea turtles light, driftwood sea horses and fish
- Endangered animals art
- Community installation