Welcome to the A2AC Art Camps!
We are excited to announce that in addition to 10 weeks of Summer Creativity and Clay Camps, we will now be offering a Spring Break Creativity Camp. Learn more about our camp program below!
About A2AC Art Camps
Our camps are designed to cultivate cognitive development through hands-on art projects that leverage experimentation, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
- 1 Week of Spring Break Creativity Camp | March 28 – April 1
- 10 Weeks of Summer Creativity and Clay Camps | June 20th – August 26th
- Camps run 9:00am – 4:00pm, Monday thru Friday
- Drop-Off is 8:45am – 9:00am
- Pick-up is 4:00pm – 4:15pm
*Pre & Post-Camp Care will not be available for the 2022 Camp Season.
Spring Break Creativity Camp: Covid-19 policies will be e-mailed to parents of registered children by March 14, 2022, and will be very similar to our summer 2021 policies. Please contact us for more info.
Summer Creativity & Clay Camp: Covid-19 policies will be posted on June 1, 2022, and based on the most current CDC, federal, and state guidelines.
Each day, our Creativity Camps are packed with fun and challenging activities that balance learning and play. Campers may experiment with a variety of mediums such as graphite, paint, pastels, charcoal, watercolor, sculptural materials, and more. Although we provide a lot of traditional art instruction, we also encourage campers to take what they’ve learned and apply it to outside-the-box projects.
Choose from Spring Break Creativity Camp or 10 different weeks of Summer Creativity Camp
Our Clay Camp curriculum is designed to teach pottery skills and to encourage the exploration of clay as a material for design, sculpture, and expression. Each week, campers learn to throw on the wheel in the mornings. In the afternoons, campers learn a variety of hand-building techniques to create stunning sculptures, tiles, or functional items.
Choose from 10 different weeks of Summer Clay Camp
(We are not currently offering a Spring Break Clay Camp for 2022.)
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