Art for the People
Inspired by the art of Keith Haring. We are bringing art on the street to our classroom today! We will learn to create our own dancing characters and iconic symbols from Keith Haring, one of the most famous street artists of all time.
Inspired by YOU! Let’s learn about kids around the world who are making an impact on society by making art. In this class, children create their own art projects inspired by the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and causes they are passionate about.
Cut and Paste
Inspired by the art of Hannah Höch. It’s all about cutting, tearing, arranging, and gluing photos! In this class, kids will create their own photomontages to express their ideas about the relationships between nature and industry.
Inspired by the art of Frida Kahlo. This Mexican artist created over 100 self-portraits that expressed her reality, struggles and ideals. In this class, kids will create their own self-portraits in the style of magic realism to express their inner selves.
Inspired by the art of Pablo Picasso. Let’s visit Picasso’s world and look at what he expresses in his anti-war painting Guernica. In this class, children create art in the style of Picasso to show their expressions of peace.
Inspired by the art of Andy Warhol. This American artist made everyday objects like soup cans and boxes into some of the most influential artwork of the last century. In this class, kids create a layered painting in the style of his silkscreen prints.
Inspired by the art of Faith Ringgold. Let’s fly into the dreams of this African American artist! She created story quilts about her dreams and the civil-rights movement. In this class, children create their own story quilt design.
Inspired by the art of Yoko Ono. This Japanese-American artist loves to experiment with art. She challenges people to think and take action for a more peaceful world. In this class, kids create paper tree sculptures inspired by Ono’s Wish Trees.
Taking Art Camp to a Whole New Level
We provide the creative spark and let children's imaginations do the rest. We combine art with real-world problem solving activities for a one-of-a-kind experience. The creative environment allows kids to use their ingenuity in new ways and fosters the development of important life skills.
Why Parents and Kids Love our Camps
Learn many different techniques like sculpting, illustration, painting, and textile artistry.
Take-home Crayola art supplies allow kids to build on their in-class projects at home.
Designed to boost confidence and develop critical thinking skills.
Engaging activities that have been kid-tested and approved.
A different project every day.
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