(Ages 6-8) Pack Your Bags: Explore the art, architecture & uniquely classical style of Ancient Greece & Rome. Click on camp title for full description.
(Ages 9-13) All Things Classical: Let's combine classical myths and characters from Ancient Greece & Rome with current art styles! Click on camp title for full description.
(Ages 7-9) We’ll use artists' clay to create hand-built projects inspired by artworks in the museum, especially those made thousands of years ago. When not working with clay, we’ll draw, paint and create other pieces. Clay Camps are by the WEEK.
(Ages 10-15) Students will experience age-old techniques working in clay. From throwing on the wheel to hand building, we’ll learn how and why clay is used in different cultures around the world. Clay Camps are WEEK long programs.
(Ages 6-8) Postcards from Paris: We'll plan and paint buildings, animals & portraits inspired by art in France & Italy. Click on camp title for full description.
(Ages 9-13) European Souvenirs: take a virtual tour of France and Italy through the museum and our imaginations. Find artwork from a country you’ve never visited. Imagine and paint the things you will carry and those you’d bring back.
(Ages 6-8) Africa & Egypt: How do artists create colorful jewelry and outfits in some countries in Africa? Why are all the people drawn sideways in most ancient Egyptian art? Click on camp title for full description.
(Ages 9-13) Egypt & Africa: Explore the museum exhibits to use as the spark for our own creative paintings and prints. Egyptian artists used symbols and simplification to make personalized cartoon characters and their adventures.
(Ages 6-8) Simple Way Around the U.S.A: Maps, vehicles, and museums around the country will inspire our story based art. Great for kids who like cartooning and are ready to plan their own adventures in creative form.
(Ages 9-13) Illustration Nation: illustrate stories from a few states, map a wild (imaginary) road trip, and invent our own states! We will draw and paint artwork like those made by Stuart Davis and Thomas Hart Benton.