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Best Art Program for Creative Thinking and Imagination!

Age 6-9

The Winter Art Camps are designed for students out of school in the winter season.  It is the perfect option to keep your kids creative and happy when school is out. Campers will learn various art genres - drawing, painting, sculpture, t-shirt painting, jewelry making, body casting, fabric art, print media, collage, sewing, and much more.

*Please read our policies carefully before registration.

  Spring / Winter Camps Cancellation Policy  

  • A cancellation fee of $45 applies to all refund or credit situations.

  • Cancel 4 weeks before camp: $45 cancellation fee applies, and 100% REFUND

  • Cancel 2 weeks before camp: $45 cancellation fee applies, and 100% CREDIT

  • Cancel 3 days before camp: $45 cancellation fee applies, and 50% CREDIT

  • Cancel 1 day before camp: No REFUND/CREDIT


12/18/2023 - 12/20/2023

12/21/2023 - 12/22/2023

12/26/2023 - 12/27/2023

12/28/2023 - 12/29/2023


Age 6 - 9


9 am - 3:30 pm

 Extended Care 

Extended Care (AM) : 8 am - 9 am

Extended Care (PM): 3:30 pm - 5 pm


Sibling Discount: 5%

Early Registration Discount: 10% (by September 30)

* Discounts cannot be combined. 

 Daily Schedule 

09:00 am - 10:15 am    Morning Art Studio 1

10:15 am - 10:30 am    Snack Time

10:30 am - 11:50 am    Morning Art Studio 2

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm    Lunch + Play Time

01:00 pm - 03:30 pm    Afternoon Art Studio



Drawing / Painting

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T-Shirt Painting

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Jewelry Making

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Body Casting

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Cooking Art


Drawing / Painting

Explore a range of drawing materials and fundamentals of the medium of paint to develop creative compositions using design principles of line, form, color, texture and space.


An exploration of contemporary three-dimensional and mixed-media practices between form, material, space and content.

T-Shirt Painting

Design T-shirts using different methods, such as painting, printing, gluing, stencil, etc.

Jewelry Making

An exploration of learning opportunities from counting, sorting, differentiating shapes, colors and textures to honing motor skills and encouraging creativity.

Body Casting

Experience the art of casting a mold from a part of the body in plaster and coloring or decorating with pen, paints, crayons, etc.

Fabric Art

Learn how to tie-dye fabric, paint yarns and make a fabric assemblage or collage.

Print Media

An exploration of a variety of printmaking processes, including intaglio, relief, color reduction printing and mono-printing. Students focus on techniques and materials and their relationship to the printed image and visual concepts.


Cooking Art

Experiment with cooking and baking for a unique opportunity to develop students’ creativity.


An exploration of creative collage art projects with a variety of materials, such as paper, tissue paper, fabric, watercolor painting, etc.


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