Summer art camp (AGES 4–12)


Session I: July 19–23 (Full Day option only. Ages 8–12)
Session II: July 26–30
Session III: August 2–6
FULL DAY (Ages 8–12 only) 9:00am–4:00pm
$244 Members | $305 Non-Members
MORNING SESSION (Ages 4–7 only) 9:00am–12:00pm
$116 Members | $145 Non-Members

Summer Art Camp is the perfect way to spark your child’s creativity this summer. Each week offers campers the chance to discover and experience art through a variety of materials and innovative projects inspired by what’s in the galleries. Campers participate in guided exploration and sketching in the Museum galleries, and enjoy outdoor fun, all while making friends!

Classes are taught by dedicated artists and educators. Space is limited, all materials and equipment provided. Campers are grouped by age, 4 – 7 and 8 – 12 in each session.

For public safety, campers will be temperature screened and required to wear face masks over their nose and mouth. Students will be provided with their own art kits for sanitary purposes and classroom spaces will be cleaned daily.

Students’ work will be photographed throughout the week and campers will receive a link to view a virtual art exhibition at the end of camp.

Need Financial Help?
Scholarships available on a limited basis.
Please contact Caitlin Albright at [email protected] for details and application form.

–Adults must abide by mask wearing and social distancing protocols during drop off and pick up. You will be asked to sign your child in and out each day and fill out a Covid questionnaire at drop off. You may also be asked to show a photo ID when picking up. Only authorized adults will be allowed to pick up your child from camp.

–Campers must wear a mask over their nose and mouth except for during snack or lunch breaks. Students will be given breaks for hand washing, have socially distanced work stations, and staff will sanitize the classrooms daily. Class sizes will be limited to allow for proper distancing.

–Full day campers will receive snack and lunch breaks. Please pack a lunch that does not need to be refrigerated. We will provide a small, individually bagged snack and juice box. Half day campers will not receive a lunch break, but will be provided with a snack break. Campers should bring their own water bottles each day as there will not be access to a water fountain.

–Anyone who feels ill or exhibits symptoms of Covid-19 must stay home. If anyone should test positive for Covid-19, we ask that you notify the Museum so proper health measures can be taken.

These programs are made possible in partnership with the Kelberman Center and through funding from the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council and the Lenore Goldstein Scholarship Fund.

Session I: July 19–23

Session II: July 26–30

Session III: August 2–6