Kids Camp Creatively with the Young At Art Museum

The virtual and in-person camp sessions allow young artists to explore their creativity all summer long.

Courtesy of the Young At Art Museum.

Children can explore their creativity all summer long with the Young At Art Museum‘s in-person and virtual Summer Art Camp sessions. The Davie-based children’s museum began hosting the exciting sessions on Monday, June 15, and will continue to introduce sessions focusing on different art media through August. To enhance health and safety precautions, the in-person camp sessions are limited to eight children per class.

Young artists can explore a variety of projects and artistic techniques through the Art Exploration Camp or focus on honing their skills in specific mediums in Drawing, Painting, and Ceramics & Sculpture camps. For campers interested in the digital arts, the museum’s innovative Virtual Digital Art Camp and Virtual Video Game Design Camp offer expert virtual guidance from Young At Art’s teaching artists and Emmy-winning artist and animator, Rob Cabrera.

In-person campers will go on guided explorations through the museum’s newly updated exhibits with sketching exercises, art demonstrations, video screenings, and more to keep them engaged. To ensure safety, campers will be screened prior to entering the museum each day and will be sent home if they present any symptoms.

Visit the Young At Art Museum’s website to view a full list of camp sessions, run times, pricing information, and general safety protocols.

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