Primary (6-8) Art Summer Camp

Primary (6-8) Art Summer Camp

Dates & Times

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Weekly Monday - Friday

Ages

Camp Location

REGISTRATION

Summer Camp Schedule:

June 3-7 | “Animal Adventures”  Week 1

Get Wild with us as we look at the world of Art inspired by animals and see a production of “Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” on Wednesday! 

June 10-14 | “Out of this World” Week 2

Expand your mind to infinity and beyond as we explore art inspired by outer space! See a production of “Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” on Wednesday!

June 17-21 | “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” Week 3

Soar, zoom, and cruise through imagination as we explore the dynamic world of art inspired by transportation. See a production of “Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” on Wednesday!

June 24-28 | “The Camp Before Time” Week 4

Step back in time with us as we unearth our creativity and delve into the fascinating world of prehistoric times, crafting masterpieces inspired by ancient creatures, cave paintings, and the wonders of the past. See an Improv show on Wednesday!

July 8-12 | “Welcome to the Jungle” Week 5

Immerse yourself in a wild artistic adventure where young imaginations will swing from vines, discover exotic creatures, and unleash their creativity through vibrant and lush masterpieces inspired by the rainforests. See a production of “Aesops Fables” on Wednesday!

July 15-19| “A Midsummer’s Day Camp” Week 6

Embark on a magical journey at where young artists will be enchanted by the whimsical world of fairies and Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” weaving their own visual tales of enchantment with every brushstroke. See a production of “Aesops Fables” on Wednesday!

July 22-26 | “See you at the Renn Faire” Week 7

Step into a realm of timeless elegance and artistic revival at our Renaissance-inspired camp, where young creators will be transported to a bygone era, blending the splendor of classical art with the enchantment of a Renaissance faire for a truly immersive and vibrant creative experience. See a production of “Aesops Fables” on Wednesday!  

CAMP DESCRIPTION

Primary Art Camp is comprised of students ages 6-8. Primary Art Camp focuses on art production and encourages creative thinking and skill development in a safe, fun, supportive environment. Each week we will draw, paint, sculpt, and create an exhibit as well as visit the Reeves House Gallery and Studio, The Kish Center for Pottery and Ceramics and see a show at Woodstock Arts Theater.

 If a camp is full, create a Jack Rabbit account and email harmony@woodstockarts.org to be added to the wait list.

Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.

 

PAYMENT PROCESSING

Camp payments will be processed on the soonest Thursday once you register.

If you would like to create a payment plan to pay in installments, please email harmony@woodstockarts.org at the time of registration. Otherwise, the full tuition value will be charged that Thursday

JACKRABBIT

Our education programs are hosted and managed on a site called Jackrabbit. This allows you to fill out your student and payment information one time and register for any of our educational programs.

Individual camps are available to the left, or you can click below to set up an account and view all available programs for your students.

You will also need to create an account to be put on a waitlist for any camp.

CONTACT US

If you have any questions, please let us know.

SCHOLARSHIPS

If you ARE IN NEED OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE,
PLEASE complete the form BELOW.

Middle Theatre Summer Camp

Middle Theatre Summer Camp

Dates & Times

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Weekly, Monday - Friday

Ages

Camp Location

REGISTRATION

We have had some last-minute cancellations this summer. If you’re interested in a particular week but it appears full, please reach out to Kyle@woodstockarts.org

Summer Camp Schedule:

June 3-7 |  “Animal Adventures” Week 1

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the musical Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 3:30 pm.

June 10-14 |  “Out of This World” Week 2

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the musical Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 2:00 pm.

June 17-21 | “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” Week 3

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the musical Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 3:30 pm.

June 24-28 | “The Camp Before Time” Week 4

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance from the Woodstock Arts Improv Troupe. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 2:00 pm.

July 8-12 | “Welcome to the Jungle” Week 5

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the play Aesop’s Fables. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 3:30 pm.

July 15-19 | “A Midsummer’s Day Camp” Week 6

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the play Aesop’s Fables. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 2:00 pm.

July 22-26 | “See You at the Renn Faire” Week 7

Create, rehearse, and perform your own original musical all in one week! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the play Aesop’s Fables. This week’s performance will be on Friday at 3:30 pm.

CAMP DESCRIPTION

Middle Camp is comprised of students ages 8-12 (Grades 3-7). Their scripts are developed off a central theme each week with music and produced by the campers and their counselors.

Middle Camp is focused more on ensemble building and teamwork. Campers will create characters, costume designs, art projects, and much more.

Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.

PAYMENT PROCESSING

Camp payments will be processed on the soonest Thursday once you register.

If you would like to create a payment plan to pay in installments, please email kyle@woodstockarts.org at the time of registration. Otherwise, the full tuition value will be charged that Thursday.

JACKRABBIT

Our education programs are hosted and managed on a site called Jackrabbit. This allows you to fill out your student and payment information one time and register for any of our educational programs.

Individual camps are available to the left, or you can click below to set up an account and view all available programs for your students.

You will also need to create an account to be put on a waitlist for any camp.

CONTACT US

If you have any questions, please let us know.

SCHOLARSHIPS

If you ARE IN NEED OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE,
PLEASE complete the form BELOW.

Intermediate (9-13) Art Summer Camp

Intermediate (9-13) Art Summer Camp

Dates & Times

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Weekly Monday - Friday

Ages

Camp Location

REGISTRATION

Summer Camp Schedule:

June 3-7 | “Animal Adventures”  Week 1

Get Wild with us as we look at the world of Art inspired by animals and see a production of “Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” on Wednesday! 

June 10-14 | “Out of this World” Week 2

Expand your mind to infinity and beyond as we explore art inspired by outer space! See a production of “Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” on Wednesday!

June 17-21 | “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” Week 3

Soar, zoom, and cruise through imagination as we explore the dynamic world of art inspired by transportation. See a production of “Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” on Wednesday!

June 24-28 | “The Camp Before Time” Week 4

Step back in time with us as we unearth our creativity and delve into the fascinating world of prehistoric times, crafting masterpieces inspired by ancient creatures, cave paintings, and the wonders of the past. See an Improv show on Wednesday!

July 8-12 | “Welcome to the Jungle” Week 5

Immerse yourself in a wild artistic adventure where young imaginations will swing from vines, discover exotic creatures, and unleash their creativity through vibrant and lush masterpieces inspired by the rainforests. See a production of “Aesops Fables” on Wednesday!

July 15-19| “A Midsummer’s Day Camp” Week 6

Embark on a magical journey at where young artists will be enchanted by the whimsical world of fairies and Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” weaving their own visual tales of enchantment with every brushstroke. See a production of “Aesops Fables” on Wednesday!

July 22-26 | “See you at the Renn Faire” Week 7

Step into a realm of timeless elegance and artistic revival at our Renaissance-inspired camp, where young creators will be transported to a bygone era, blending the splendor of classical art with the enchantment of a Renaissance faire for a truly immersive and vibrant creative experience. See a production of “Aesops Fables” on Wednesday!  

CAMP DESCRIPTION

Intermediate Art Camp is comprised of students ages 9-13. Intermediate Art Camp focuses on art production and encourages creative thinking and skill development in a safe, fun, supportive environment. Each week we will draw, paint, sculpt, and create an exhibit as well as visit the Reeves House Gallery and Studio, The Kish Center for Pottery and Ceramics and see a show at Woodstock Arts Theater.

Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.

 

PAYMENT PROCESSING

Camp payments will be processed on the soonest Thursday once you register.

If you would like to create a payment plan to pay in installments, please email harmony@woodstockarts.org at the time of registration. Otherwise, the full tuition value will be charged that Thursday.

JACKRABBIT

Our education programs are hosted and managed on a site called Jackrabbit. This allows you to fill out your student and payment information one time and register for any of our educational programs.

Individual camps are available to the left, or you can click below to set up an account and view all available programs for your students.

You will also need to create an account to be put on a waitlist for any camp.

CONTACT US

If you have any questions, please let us know.

SCHOLARSHIPS

If you ARE IN NEED OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE,
PLEASE complete the form BELOW.

JACKRABBIT

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