Summer Camps 2017

Our half day camps are week long, they go Monday - Friday, 9am - 1pm. 

This summer we have many fun themes to choose from, we try to make something interesting for everybody. Below you will find camps for children from 5-15 years old, anything from perspective and composition to aliens in space to cute anime animals. We hope we satisfy your summer camp art search! 

To register to a camp or to see more information, please click on the picture of each camp below.


Spring Break is cancelled due to low enrollment, we apologize for any inconvenience. 

We will offer two classes: Monday and Wednesday from 10am - 12pm, please e-mail us to sign up.  


June Camps:

Beautiful Beachscapes: June 5-9

Pet Portraits: June 19-23

Perspective for Little Kids: June 12-16

Town of My Dreams: June 26-30

July Camps:

Giant Flowers & Georgia O'Keeffe: July 3-7

Aneme Animals Inspired by Xue Wawa: July 17-21

Acrylic Still Life & Impressionism: July 10-14

Perspective and Composition: July 24-28

August Camp:

Space, Planets, Aliens and More: July 31-August4

Australian Aboriginal Art: August 7-11

General Camp Information:

Our camps are all half-day lond, from 9am - 1pm, Monday - Friday. You don't have to bring any supplies, but we do ask you to pack a lunch and a snack for your child. Often, during the break, we go outside to the playground, which is just a minute away, we recommend that you apply sunscreen onto your child. If you'll forget, we will gladly spray your kid with the sunscreen that we have at the studio, but please notify us of any allergies. We also suggest that kids don't wear their favorite t-shirt, acrylic paints don't wash out of the clothes and we hate to see them upset. 

Please note,all deposits are non-refundable, but we would try to switch your payment to a different camp, if there is availability. If the camp that you are interested in is full, just e-mail us, we will put you on a wait-list. 

And lastly, we are hoping to see you this summer for great fun and tons of creativity! 

Camp gallery:

there is no must in art because art is free
— Wassily Kandinsky