In-Person Summer Art Camp for Kids (ages 5–9)

Last summer, our wildly successful summer camp safely served more viagra delivered one day than 800 campers and had zero reported cases of COVID-19. This summer, we will build upon that experience to ensure a safe, creative, and most importantly, drugstore fun, in-person camp experience. We’re providing individual art supply bags and keeping class sizes small—which means greater social distancing and even more attention from teachers and counselors. Sessions will be held outdoors in tented studios. However, we are hoping for the best and the Art Center reserves the right levitra order prescription to move camp indoors at our discretion. To make that transition as safe as possible, we’ve upgraded our HVAC cialis 5 mg system to include MERV-13 air filters and adjusted it to allow more fresh air to circulate. Additionally, every studio has an individual HEPA filter. Specific safety procedures will be finalized based on guidance at the time of camp and will be shared with caregivers in a welcome email before your session. No matter the conditions, we can guarantee that the socialization, creativity, and fun of in-person art camp will be a bright spot in your camper’s summer.

Monday–Friday, 10 AM–3 PM
We are featuring all-new projects in our classic themes and are debuting viagra for her new themes for more adventurous artists. Every week kids will work on both 2D- and 3D-projects in media like painting, drawing, sculpture, and mixed media. Campers will be divided into limited-size groups based on age.

June 21–25, 10 AM–3 PM
Sample all that summer art camp has to offer! Try projects inspired by our upcoming camp sessions, as well as a few based on classic summer pastimes. Projects will not be repeated later this summer should your camper come for another week.

Art Around America
June 28–July 2, 10 AM–3 PM
Celebrate Independence Day through artwork inspired by American artists and famous landmarks. During this holiday week, we’ll make art projects like prints inspired by American artist Robert Indiana, mixed media cityscapes, and ceramics with a nod to Native American pottery.

July 5–9, 10 AM–3 PM
Kids become mini masters while experimenting with art media and techniques used by famous artists. Create a sculpture like those made by Picasso, design a mixed media work based on Alma Thomas’s paintings, and paint in watercolor-like Rousseau.

Animals & Wildlife Art  WAITLIST ONLY
July 12–16, 10 AM–3 PM
This week of camp is like taking a trip to the zoo, but way more creative! Explore the exciting world of animals and their amazing habitats. Kids will create projects such as clay owls and patterned rhinos.

Color Explosion  WAITLIST ONLY
July 19–23, 10 AM–3 PM
Explore color! This camp introduces kids to the bold pop-art movement and other ways in which vibrant colors can be used in artwork. Kids will create projects that play with colors, such as multi-colored kaleidoscope paintings and a mixed-media color-wheel collage.

Creative Creatures  WAITLIST ONLY
July 26–30, 10 AM–3 PM
Let your imagination run wild! This week, campers will make art featuring wildly creative creatures. Join us to make crazy and creative projects such as ceramic dragons, monster drawings, and a pastel Pegasus.

Art Around the World WAITLIST ONLY
August 2–6, 10 AM–3 PM
Kids will “travel” the world and learn how different cultures create art. Print henna-decorated hands from India, illustrate a Celtic initial and create Mexican-inspired ceramics. Your camper will become fluent in the universal language of art!

August 9–13, 10 AM–3 PM
Summer is the perfect time to find beauty in our natural world and celebrate it through art. Kids will be inspired by nature to create projects such as patterned leaf drawings and a ceramic butterfly or bug dish.

NEW! Appetite for Art WAITLIST ONLY 
August 16–20, 10 AM–3 PM
Dig in! This NEW week of camp will feature art projects inspired by delicious foods and snacks. Campers will learn several art techniques while creating projects like clay pizzas, mixed-berry collages, and candy-wrapper illustrations.

Comics, Cartoons & Characters WAITLIST ONLY 
August 23–27, 10 AM–3 PM
Explore the world of cartoons, comics, and popular characters in this favorite week of camp! Create super art projects like a baby-Yoda drawing, a Harry Potter Patronus painting, and superhero and alter-ego illustrations.


Daily Schedule
8 AM – Extended care begins (optional)
9:30–10 AM – Car line drop-off
10–11:30 AM – Morning art session
11:30 AM–12 PM – Lunch (brought from home)
12–1:15 PM – Afternoon art session
1:15–1:30 PM – Snack (brought from home)
1:30–3 PM – Afternoon art session
3–3:30 PM – Car line pickup
5:30 PM – Extended care ends (optional)

  • Pricing Per Week

Tuition: $445/week members; $455/week non-members

Optional Extended Care
We offer early drop off starting at 8 AM and late pick up until 5:30 PM. The following options are available for full-day camps only:
$25 for drop off OR pick up per day
$110 for a full week of drop off OR pickup
$185 for a full week of drop off AND pickup

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