For kids 12 years and younger, please see: Summer Art Camps. Students in these camps will explore a variety of media through projects grounded in artistic movements, techniques, and concepts. Students will learn technical skills with dry and wet mediums such as graphite, charcoal, pastels, erasers, ink and also experiment with unconventional drawing materials such as tape and handmade marking materials.
Creativity is a shape-shifter in our Art Camps — morphing from hip hop dancer to theatrical performer to cartoon character. Email us at registration artsumbrella. Whether attending an event, making a monthly gift, or donating time, our supporters are vital to helping us inspire creativity for good through the arts.
Click here to download a camp brochure. Each week, our talented teaching artists will help campers make both 2D- and 3D-projects that utilize a variety of media, which may include painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and mixed-media. Art Camp for Kids is for children ages 5—9, and campers will be divided into groups based on age.
Welcome to Centauri Summer Arts Camp, a home-away-from home for young people aged Centauri is the place to be if you love the arts: choose from 40 specialist programs, including creative writing, dance, art, design, music, acting and film. Our campers join us from across North America and all over the world. With an outstanding faculty of arts instructors, caring and mature counsellors, exciting camp activities and a nurturing community focus, Centauri is the perfect place to learn more about the arts — and yourself.
Your teenager may be a soft-spoken poet, a boisterous street painter or an amazing manga artist. Camps range from half-day classes in cozy storefronts to weeks-long institutes at local universities. Class topics are just as diverse.
For the average student, summer is a time for binging Netflix's latest original, mindlessly streaming music, and robotically conquering the latest video game, all while doodling on whatever blank space is nearest. But for some ambitious students, summer is an opportunity to learn to draw in an actual studio space, to create their own music or films, and even to design their own video games. It's for these ambitious students that we found the 50 best pre-college summer arts programs for high school students.
Whether your child is interested in ceramics, sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, digital media, or a little bit of everything, we have full-day and half-day camp programs that will keep kids exploring. Guided by professionally trained artists, our campers work individually and in groups on projects that nurture their creativity and expand their artistic abilities. Daily activities will include gym games, outdoor time weather permittingfree swim in the Activity Pool and the water-slide on Fridays!
Arts summer programs are great for creative middle school and high school students. From theater and dance to singing and drawing, teens can practice their passion at an arts summer program. Choose from day camps, overnight camps, or even an overseas arts summer program!
Children develop important artistic techniques and learn about the principles of visual art, historical periods, and well-known artists. Click here to see the complete Summer Art Camps schedule. Students develop wheel-throwing, hand-building, and glazing skills.
ArtsFund is committed to supporting youth development through the arts experiences with our partner organizations. Campers participate in hands-on investigations, behind-the-scenes tours, and visits with real scientist, all while having fun at the museum and on the beautiful University of Washington campus. Burke camps are available for students entering K—7 grade. Camp is open to children agesand will be a week of fun activities and crafts related to Nordic animals — real animals, animals from stories, and animals from Norse mythology!