Registration is not complete until registration fee is paid.
Sorry, we can not give refunds, credits, or make-ups for missed days.
Please note that hand held electronics (i.e., video game players, iPods, cell phones,
etc.) are not allowed to be used at the studio. If you need to speak to your child
while at the studio, please call the studio.
Children should bring a bottle of water, a snack, and a lunch that does not need to be
refrigerated or heated.
Studio will open 5 minutes before scheduled start time...please do not arrive earlier.
There is a $2.00 per minute charge for late pick up and must be paid before child will be
readmitted to camp.
Please be advised that due to the fact that not all children work at the same speed, it is
possible that not all projects will be completed and/or that not all materials listed above will
be used during camp.
Extended care available for an additional fee - call for details.
Art Smart Studio for Kids reserves the right to cancel any camp which does not meet
minimum enrollment requirements - in which case, a refund will be issued.
SUMMER DAY CAMPS
WEIRD, WACKY, AND WHIMISICAL
Love Dr. Seuss? Then this is the camp for you? We'll start off by
reading some favorites, then design and make our own characters, and
places. We'll be paining, constructing, drawing, and more. Oh Say Can
You Say...I'll See You There!?
BEAKERS, BOTTLES, MIXTURES & MAGNETS
Kids love art AND doing experiments - what could
be better than combining the two? This week is
all about having fun and learning at the same time.
We'll make a "groovy" lava lamp, have some
"fizzy" fun, make a kaleidoscope and even create
electricity. Don't miss out on this chance to mix,
bubble, brew and get messy
ARCHITECTURE, SCULPTURE, AND 3D
Love to design things? Love to build? In this
camp we will design buildings, machines, and
landscapes and then turn them into 3D
creations using a variety of mixed-media
including paper mache, wood, clay, paint, and
wire to create wild and imaginative structures.
FOLKS OF FOLK ART
Folk artists used their art to reflect key
moments in their lives. They used whatever
they had on hand to create wonderful,
colorful, sometimes childish and simplistic
art. We will take our inspiration from them
this week and create paintings, drawings,
and sculptures from and on anything we can
get our hands on. We'll also have games,
and activities that date back to a simpler
more relaxed time.