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Get Ready for a Summer
Filled with Creativity!

We hope your young creators will join us for a Summer filled with imagination, inspiration, and endless artistic possibilities. Each of our classes provide a supportive and inclusive environment where campers can freely explore their inner artists and express themselves! From Tiny Masters to Advanced Art Techniques to Printmaking, there's something for every young artist (ages 5-18). 

Sign Up for our Available Classes

Each class is 5 days long and spans through Monday-Friday. Campers are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack. All materials are included in all of our Summer Camps!

Spaces are limited, so secure your spot now!

Young artists will spend the morning engaging and creating! Through painting, drawing, sculpture, and mixed media, they will learn the fundamentals of art making.

Beginners welcome and we LOVE those returning campers! Learn the art of printmaking and carve your own block! With inspiration from Walter Inglis Anderson, campers will be guided through designing and carving Soft-Kut blocks to produce their own print editions. 

Campers will create their own masterpieces with watercolor, tempera, and acrylic paint. This camp is led by professional artist and Museum Educator, Tony Difatta. Campers will learn how to use different media and create several unique artworks that will inspire and delight!

From cardboard sculptures to clay, campers will work to create whimsical and functional works of art. 

Do you want to look at the world as Walter Anderson did? This camp will focus on the art and techniques of Walter Anderson, encouraging all campers to pull inspiration from the world around them and into their art. Campers will learn basic drawing and painting techniques during the week, creating one-of-a-kind artworks inspired by Anderson. Students of all levels are welcome.

To request information on a financial needs-based scholarship please contact our Museum Educator, Anthony DiFatta at educate@walterandersonmuseum.org.

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