ONLINE SUMMER CAMP

Kids (ages 6–9)

We’re taking your favorite art camp and bringing it to your home! Online Art Camp is a half-day camp, where kids make 2 projects each day in a variety of art media, which may include painting, drawing, sculpture, and mixed media. The materials fee covers a specially curated art supply kit custom-designed for each week of camp, which will be available for curbside pickup at the Art Center the week prior to the camp. At the end of the camp, the kits are yours to keep for continued artmaking! Each camp culminates with a virtual art exhibition that will be recorded and shared with parents. This camp will be taught by the same talented teaching artists you know and love from the Art Center, who will be teaching remotely using Zoom. All you need to participate is a computer, tablet, or phone with internet access to Zoom. The week prior to camp, you will receive an email with the private Zoom link for the session.

Creative Creatures

Morning Session (ages 6–7):  June 22–26, 9–12:30 PM
Morning Session (ages 8–9):  June 22–26, 9–12:30 PM

Afternoon Session (ages 6–7): June 22–26, 1–4:30 PM
Afternoon Session (ages 8–9): June 22–26, 1–4:30 PM

Let your imagination run wild! In this week of online camp, campers will make art featuring wildly creative creatures. Join us to make exciting projects such as unicorn prints, dragon illustrations, and monster paintings. This week has schedule options for morning camp and afternoon camp (the same lessons will be offered in the morning and afternoon sessions.) In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

Art & Nature

Morning Session (ages 6–7): June 29–July 3, 9–12:30 PM
Morning Session (ages 8–9): June 29–July 3, 9–12:30 PM
Afternoon Session (ages 6–7): June 29–July 3, 1–4:30 PM
Afternoon Session (ages 8–9): June 29–July 3, 1–4:30 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 nature-echo drawings and paintings of dandelion puffs on a windy day. This week has schedule options for morning camp and afternoon camp (the same lessons will be offered in the morning and afternoon sessions.) In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

Art Around America

July 6–10, 1–4:30 PM (ages 6–7)
July 6–10, 1–4:30 PM (ages 8–9)

Celebrate Independence Day through artwork inspired by American artists and famous landmarks. During this holiday week, we’ll make art projects such as a papier-mâché bald-eagle sculpture and a painting inspired by American artist Alexander Calder. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup), and 1 container for mixing papier-mâché paste about the size of a mixing bowl (could be disposable such as a foil baking tray).

Summer Fun

July 13–17, 1–4:30 PM (ages 6–7)
July 13–17, 1–4:30 PM (ages 8–9)

Imagine all the possibilities of summer! At this online camp, kids will create art inspired by classic summer pastimes, including a 3D-sunbather sculpture, a mixed-media flip-flop collage, and a watercolor-bicycle painting. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

Animals & Wildlife Art

July 20–24, 1–4:30 PM (ages 6–7)
July 20–24, 1–4:30 PM (ages 8–9)

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 koala bears in pastel, colorful elephant drawings, and giraffe sculptures. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: computer, tablet, or phone with access to internet and Zoom: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup), 1 container for mixing papier-mâché paste about the size of a mixing bowl (could be disposable such as a foil baking tray).

Color Explosion

July 27–31, 1–4:30 PM  (ages 6–7)
July 27–31, 1–4:30 PM  (ages 8–9)

Explore color! This camp introduces kids to the fun pop-art movement and other ways in which bright and bold colors can be used in artwork. Kids will create projects that play with the use of colors, such as landscape paintings using basics of color theory and complementary color illustrations. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

Mini Masters

August 3–7, 1–4:30 PM (ages 6–7)
August 3–7, 1–4:30 PM (ages 8–9)

Kids become mini masters while experimenting with art media used by famous artists. Create a Monet-inspired watercolor painting and a drawing in the style of Joan Miro, among other projects celebrating art history. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: computer, tablet, or phone with access to internet and Zoom: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, 1 ruler, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup), 1 container for mixing papier-mâché paste about the size of a mixing bowl (could be disposable such as a foil baking tray).

Comics, Cartoons & Characters

August 10–14, 1–4:30 PM (ages 6–7)
August 10–14, 1–4:30 PM (ages 8–9)

Explore the world of cartoons, comics, and popular characters in this popular week of camp! Create fun art projects like a mixed-media superhero and a clay sculpture of Nemo or Dory. In addition to the art supplies in this week’s supply kit, you will need to have the following: computer, tablet, or phone with access to internet and Zoom: something to cover your work surface (newspaper, plastic tablecloth, etc.), 1 pair of scissors, and 1 small container for paint water (such as a single serving yogurt cup).

Online Art Camp for Kids (ages 6–7 & ages 8–9)

  • Daily Schedule
    • Morning camp option is available the weeks of June 22 and June 29 only
      • 9–10:35 AM: Artmaking Session 1
      • 10:35–10:55 AM: Bathroom/Snack/Movement Break
      • 10:55 AM–12:30 PM: Artmaking Session 2
    • Afternoon camp option is available all weeks
      • 1–2:35 PM: Artmaking Session 1
        2:35–2:55 PM: Bathroom/Snack/Movement Break
        2:55–4:30 PM: Artmaking Session 2
  • Tuition Per Week
    • Member: $275, non-member $285
    • Materials fee: $48

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