Our weeklong camps for ages 6–14 will spark imagination and encourage creativity. Led by our team of talented teaching artists, each week has a different, fun theme!
Full-time camps are 9:00–4:00/Monday–Friday (except holiday weeks)
Single Day options are either 9:00–4:00 and can be taken as individual days or the whole week (discounted registration for the whole week).
Half-day options are either 9:00–12:00 or 1:00–4:00/Monday–Friday.
Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. For all-day camps, you send a lunch.
All supplies and materials are included in the registration fee.
To register, click the link below. After you purchase, you will receive an email in the next few days with registration information.
We require a $50 deposit to hold your spot.
Check back in March for a listing of our 2020 Summer Art Camps
Ages 6–12 (Single day option)
Get to know some of our state’s amazing artists as we celebrate Louisiana. We’ll explore New Orleans architecture and contemporary art inspired by Heather Galler, George Rodrigue’s Blue Dog, Walter Anderson-inspired pelicans, and a visual celebration of music in South Louisiana, inspired by William Tolliver.
1a. New Orleans architecture (May 28)
1b. Blue Dog (May 29)
1c. Pop Art Pelicans (May 30)
1d. Music-inspired Art (May 31)
Ages 6–14 (Half day option)
Skylines, cityscapes, architecture and maps—inspiration is all around us as we step into city life. In this camp, we’ll take to the streets as we learn a variety of drawing and painting techniques. We’ll explore a range of materials, draw from observation and learn about color in painting.
2a. Drawing, Ages 6-9 (9:00-12:00)
2b. Painting, Ages 6-9 (1:00-4:00)
2c. Painting, Ages 10-14 (9:00-12:00)
2d. Drawing, Ages 10-14 (1:00-4:00)
Ages 8–14 (Full-time camp)
Pirate ships, treasure chests, sea creatures! We’ll dive deep in this camp and explore printmaking techniques to create 2D and 3D collages, texture relief and fabric printing. Learn the basics of printmaking and experiment with different styles, techniques and tools.
Ages 6–12 (Single day options)
Artists are inspired by their surroundings and their cultures. In this camp, we’ll explore five different artists and the places they called home, giving us a rich understanding of how communities use art and creativity to express their thoughts and identity.
4a. Japan & Katsushika Hokusai (Monday)
4b. Tahiti & Paul Gauguin (Tuesday)
4c. Moscow and Marc Chagall (Wednesday)
4d. Netherlands & Rembrandt van Rijn (Thursday)
4e. The Old West & Frederic Remington (Friday)
Ages 6–12 (Full-time camp)
In this camp, we’ll learn about outer space with dance! We’ll explore elements of dance-making through games, discover production elements like costuming and music selection and work collaboratively to create a dance!
Ages 6–14 (Full-time camp)
Go back in time – way back to prehistoric times! In this camp, we’ll learn the basics of sculpture, proper use of tools and using a variety of materials to make relief, 2D and 3D sculptures. Dinosaurs will be our models for this fun and messy week!
Ages 6–12 (Single day options)
Get to know some of the world’s most celebrated artists in this camp. We’ll learn about the artists and experiment with the techniques that made them famous!
7a. Leonardo da Vinci SOLD OUT
7b. Edgar Degas SOLD OUT
7c. Pierre-Auguste Renoir SOLD OUT
7d. Henri Rousseau (Friday)
Ages 6–12 (Full-time camp) SOLD OUT
Raid the art supply closet and get ready to make art out of practically everything! Robots and machines will be our inspiration as we use a variety of techniques and media to create fun and unique works of art.
Register today! If you have any questions, please contact us!
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