The Center for Contemporary Art In Person and Virtual Summer Art Camps
Summer Art Camps
In-Person Art Camp
All camps are lead by professional, experienced and creative teaching artists. Curriculum is tailored to 3 individual age groups. Small classes, social distancing, daily sanitizing and other protocols in place and enforced to keep your child safe. Tuition includes all art supplies unless otherwise stated. Each week campers aged 5-8 and 9-11 will spend the morning exploring drawing, painting, collage and mixed media projects, as well as pottery in the ceramics studio. In the afternoon, children aged 9-11 will explore a wide range of subjects in depth, such as drawing, painting, pottery, iPad drawing and painting cartooning, manga/anime and more. Teens aged 12-15 spend morning or afternoon in intensive at camp studying a single subject.
Virtual Art Camp
For children who live at a distance or prefer to participate virtually, selected camps for 9-11 year olds and teens will be offered a hybrid format via Zoom.
Special Needs Art Camp
Art Camp for children aged 5-15 with ASD and other special needs will spend 6 Saturdays exploring a variety of media as they experiment with drawing, painting and sculpture in a 1 1/2 hour Art Camp.
About The Center for Contemporary Art
The Center for Contemporary Art is a vibrant regional art center with studio art classes, a summer art camp, rotating exhibitions and community outreach programs. Art classes for children and adults are offered in painting (oils, acrylic and watercolor), ceramics, pottery, drawing, pastels, photography and more. Exhibitions of contemporary art are presented in three galleries, as well as annual members’, international juried and youth art month exhibits. Outreach programs bring art experiences to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other special needs, at-risk youth, seniors, adults with disabilities and people affected by cancer.