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Summer Art Camp

The Bass’ Summer Art Camp is back beginning July 17, for children ages 4-12. Featuring hands-on art experiences that develop skills in a variety of media and teach about important artists throughout history, each week explores a particular theme with a multitude of painting, drawing and 3D design activities.

Summer Art Camp is a 5-week program taught by professional art educators, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Campers are divided in to two age groups: ages 4-6 and ages 7-12. Hosted in the museum’s newly designed Creativity Center, children will enjoy visual art, multimedia and performing arts activities, as well as weekly adventures in Collins Park! 

Space is limited. Reserve today!

Members (Dual/Family & above): Registration now open! | $200 per week
Non-members: Registration begins April 29 | $250 per week

Aftercare is available until 5:30 p.m. for an additional $10 per day per child. It can be purchased over the phone in advance by calling Lisa Quinn, Education Program Manager, at 786-436-6024, OR it is payable on-site when camp begins.

A sibling discount of $15 per child is automatically applied during online registration.

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Ages 4-6

  • July 17 — 21: Creative Creatures

    From sea life to the forest, discover creatures in habitats from all over the world and create a series of wildlife using various types of media.

  • July 24 — 28: Global Sculptures

    Sculpt objects inspired by international artwork and create a piece inspired by your own culture.

  • July 31 — August 4: Storytelling through Art Making

    Use comic book techniques to create a story through images.

  • August 07 — 11: Art in Nature

    Explore the great outdoors and create artwork with natural materials. Learn about what inspires the great land artists of the world.

  • August 14 — 18: Creations & Inventions

    Watch your ideas and inventions come to life using objects found in everyday life!

Ages 7-12

  • July 17 — 21: Art in Nature

    Explore the great outdoors and create artwork with natural materials. Learn about what inspires the great land artists of the world.

  • July 24 — 28: Legends & Myths

    Explore the world dragons, magic and fantasy, and create your own story characters through sequential art to complete a graphic novel.

  • July 31 — August 4: Art Making in the Third Dimension

    Discover the world in 3D by transforming your drawings into objects, with materials ranging from clay to plaster.

  • August 07 — 11: Experimental Photography & Painting

    Let your imagination run free and learn about valuable techniques through expressive art making.

  • August 14 — 18: Cultural Expressions

    Sculpt objects inspired by international artwork and create a piece inspired by your own culture.

REGISTER NOW!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Lisa Quinn, [email protected], 786-436-6024