Summer Multi-Arts Camps: Ages 5-10

Our Multi-Arts Camps provide an enriching week for your child to experience the fun, stimulation, and joy of making art and friends in our state-of-the-art studios. Campers will work on age-appropriate projects in a variety of media including drawing, painting, clay, sculpture, collage, printmaking, textiles and more! Multi-Arts Camps are offered without duplication of projects, so campers can enroll in multiple sessions for something new and exciting each week. Dress for mess and bring a bag lunch. All art supplies are included.

Special Topics

Dates: Each week in June
Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Group A: Ages 5-7
Group B: Ages 8-10
Tuition: $325 per week
Sibling discount: First child pays full tuition. $25 discount applies to each additional sibling. Enter code “Sibling” at checkout.


YAPSpecial Topics Camps: Ages 11-13

Our Special Topics Camps focus on a specific media, project or theme throughout the week. Each week provides a chance to learn something new and exciting! Dress for mess and bring a bag lunch.  All art supplies are included unless otherwise noted.

Dates and times: Each week in June,
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Ages: 11 – 13
Tuition: $325 per week
Sibling discount: First child pays full tuition. $25 discount applies to each additional sibling. Enter code “Sibling” at checkout.


June 6 – 10


Explore the basics of comic design by creating single, double and multi-panel comics. We will practice developing characters, creating storyboards, and finding humor in everyday observations. You’ll draw and laugh your way through this camp while learning to put a comical spin on your art!


June 13 -17


Learn how to take beautiful, creative digital photos! Camera handling skills, composition, lighting and basic editing will all be covered through a variety of creative shooting assignments. Campers should bring their own digital camera (any type welcome; smartphone cameras are discouraged).


June 20 – 24


Create your own mixed media sketchbook to document your personal stories, experiences, adventures, and thoughts. Techniques addressed will be pen and ink drawing, watercolor painting, collage, photo transfer, and on-site sketching. You’ll walk away having learned important habits for long-term creative practice and expression!


June 27 – July 1


Spend the day creating unique ceramic pieces using both hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques. Campers will learn the basic techniques of this ancient medium as well as deeper knowledge of the form through hours of hands-on experience. Perfect for beginners and as well as experienced artists!