2020 Summer Camps – Art


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As You Wish Pottery Painting Place, art camp, art for kids, summer activities, summer camp

As You Wish Pottery
Valleywide • asyouwishpottery.com
Ages 5 and up

Our rainbow of classes will color up some fun each week as your child paints their way through a kaleidoscope of colors with creative tools like bubbles, Q-tips, and more! Kids will be saturated in color as they brush, flick, splatter, sponge, and paint pottery while capturing the rainbow with expert, step-by-step instruction. June 1-July 17. Schedules online. $25/class.

Verified June 5, 2020


Carrie Curran Art Studios, summer camp, art camp, summer camps. Arizona

Carrie Curran Art Studios
8300 N. Hayden Road, Suite A100, Scottsdale
480-478-8121 • carriecurranart.com
Ages 6-8, 9-13 and teens

Young Vincents Summer Fine Art Camp explores children’s creativity, developing skills painting with acrylics, drawing, sculpting and creating mixed-media projects. Our skilled artists/instructors guide children to develop an eye for color, composition and design. Parents agree that this one-of-a-kind program is the perfect blend of creative fun and fine-arts education. Students, beginners to advanced, will enjoy new thematic projects each session. Monday-Thursday sessions May 26-Aug. 6. $305.

Also see Virtual Summer Camps


Phoenix Center for the Arts, performing arts, summer camp, kids, ArizonaSummer Break Camp at Phoenix Center for the Arts
1202 N Third St., Phoenix
602-254-3100 • phoenixcenterforthearts.org/camp
Ages 6-14

Phoenix Center for the Arts has partnered with Rising Youth Theatre to provide an an online Summer Arts Camp! We’ll be offering young people the opportunity to experience a wide variety of art forms in a creative, collaborative environment. This year’s camp is all about celebrating Fandoms.

Every week, your camper will pick up a Mystery Box containing all the camp supplies and surprises! The Mystery Box will be available for pickup outside the front doors of Phoenix Center for the Arts on the first Monday of the session. If you are unable to pick up the Mystery Box, a checklist of items your young person will need will be sent via the Guardian Packet. The Guardian Packet will also include information about how to connect to camp via Zoom, as well as guidelines for safety and behavior.

Two-week sessions June 15-July 31, 9 a.m. to noon. $250

Updated June 2, 2020


 

Rachel's Young at Art Studio, art, summer camp, kids, Scottsdale, Arizona

Rachel’s Young At Art Studio
6990 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 115, Scottsdale
480-621-6155 • rachelsyoungatart.com/camps
Ages 2-8 (must be potty trained)

Arts and crafts, story time, dramatic play, sensory activities and lots and lots of fun! Each child will come home with a bag full of art relating to the day’s theme. There will be plenty of opportunities to get messy during camp days and you can customize your child’s schedule. Weekly and daily sessions 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. May 18-Aug. 14. $60-$105/day or $270-$472.50/week; sibling discount.

Verified June 5, 2020


Scottsdale Artists' School, art, summer camp, kids, Arizona
Scottsdale Artists’ School Youth & Teen Summer Camp

3720 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale
480-990-1422 • scottsdaleartschool.org
Ages 6-18

The Scottsdale Artists’ School Youth & Teen Academy is Arizona’s premier art school for the youth and teens, providing engaging fine art classes in professional art studios equipped with studio lighting, easels, props and tools. Our professional teaching artists have experience working with students of all skill levels and share a wealth of artistic knowledge in a wide variety of mediums. Weekly sessions through Aug. 2. $300 and up.

June 5, 2020 update: The school re-opened on June 1, with plans to move forward with both youth and adult summer programming, under new guidelines and safety procedures.


Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, summer camp, art camp, architecture camp, kids, Arizona

Summer Art + Architecture Camps at Taliesin West
12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale
480-627-5360 • franklloydwright.org/summer-camps
Grades 3-12

Combining creativity with academic relevance, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s innovative camps give students the opportunity to think and work outside the box. Located at Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and desert laboratory, the camps encourage students to explore, create and design. Students will see how their unique ideas can have an impact on the world around them, as they engage in fun, educational activities. Half- and full-day weekly sessions June 1-July 31. $250-$350.

June 5, 2020 update: Summer camps were retooled as virtual camps. All summer 2020 sessions are sold out.


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