As longtime supporters of the arts in our community, we especially love opportunities to instill a love of art in children.

While coronavirus might be making summer camps more challenging, our friends at the Hudgens Center for Art & Learning have created an online curriculum called “Passport Adventures in Art.”

These fun weekly sessions throughout July will help kids discover the elements of art and principles of design used by various cultures throughout history.

Passport Adventures in Art Summer Camp
For ages 5 -12
Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Fee: $150 per week for members / $165 per week for non-members, includes supplies

To help bring art into the lives of kids in our community, we are proudly providing three scholarships to this online program!

To enter the random drawing for one of these scholarships, please visit our Facebook page, comment on this image and tell us why your child or grandchild would love to attend.

Summer Art Camp Details

Campers will connect with fine art instructors each day through a simple, virtual learning platform.

Activities will include Drawing & Painting, Clay, and Mixed Media activities each day.

Curbside pick-up of Creative Camper Kits at The Hudgens will be available for parents prior to the start of each weekly virtual camp session, so that campers will have all the supplies they need.

Each weekly session will conclude with a Fabulous Friday Online Art Exhibition where your budding artist will showcase their works created during their week of discovery.

Suggested registration deadline is Tuesday prior to the start of each camp session.

Enter the Drawing for an Art Camp Scholarship

We are proud to provide a chance for three lucky families to enjoy this camp at no cost. Again, to enter the random drawing for a scholarship, please visit our Facebook page, comment on the image above and tell us why your child or grandchild would love to attend.

Good luck, and may your summer be filled with art!

 

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