Summer Art Camp

Vacation Explorations

July 5-August 12, 2022
Tuesdays-Fridays, Full or Half Days
Ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Afternoon Snacks & Camp T-shirt included
Campers should bring a packed lunch & water bottle.

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Tuition & Schedule


Morning Session: 9 am – Noon
Members: $60/wk Non-members: $75/wk

Full Day Session: 9 am – 3 pm
Members: $120/wk Non-members: $150/wk


Camp Details

Registered for Camp? Here’s all the details you need to get your student ready!

The Following weeks are full:

Week 2: Ages 6-8 & Ages 9-12

Week 3: Ages 6-8 & Ages 9-12. Ages 3-5 is canceled

Week 5: Ages 9-12

Week 6: Ages 6-8 & Ages 9-12


Week 1

July 5-8: Pacific Pictures, Prints & Paintings
Replicate Washington’s native totems, make prints for Idaho’s Potato Museum, paint Wyoming’s Yellowstone Park, & more!

Week 2

July 12-15: Out West Wonders
Felt Arizona cacti, light up canvases for Nevada’s Neon Museum, mimic California’s Galleta Meadows, & more!

Ages 6-8 & 9-12 is full for this week

Week 3

July 19-22: Southwest Sensations
Design a Texas roadside attraction, wrangle up some mixed media for Oklahoma’s National Cowboy Museum, create a spaceship for Colorado’s UFO watchtower, & more!

Ages 6-8 & Ages 9-12 are full for this week.
Ages 3-5 is canceled for this week.

Week 4

July 26-29: Midwest Magnificence
Make corn kernel mosaics for Dakota’s Corn Palace, replicate Nebraska’s Carhenge in 3D; craft bats for Kentucky’s Mammoth National Cave Park & more!

Week 5

August 2-5: Southeast Sensations
Design a game for Carolina’s Pinball Museum, create patchwork for Florida’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, imagine a yarn landscape after Florida’s Everglades National Park, & more!

*Ages 9-12 is full

Week 6

August 9-12: Northeast Nonsense
Make a candy dispenser worthy of Connecticut’s PEZ Center, mimic Massachusetts’s Paper House, reimagine New Jersey’s giant Lucy the Elephant in paper mache & more!

*Ages 9-12 is full for this week.



Scholarships are available to families demonstrating financial need. Scholarships may be used on workshops, classes and camps. Full and partial gifts may be awarded and can be used by all members of the household. A limit of one week of camp can be coved by a scholarship.


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