Grand Rapids Art Museum Summer Art Camps 2020
Unleash your child’s creativity at GRAM Summer Art Camps! Campers observe and discuss artwork in the Museum’s galleries, discover hands-on activities in GRAM Studio, and learn collaborative problem-solving skills through communication and creation.
Great for budding artists
Middle and high school
What You Can Expect at Grand Rapids Art Museum Summer Art Camps 2020
GRAM Summer Art Camps provide children and teens ages 4-15 with the opportunity to experience creativity and innovation in a unique and transformative setting.
$130, members receive 20% off, need-based scholarships available Monday – Friday, 9 am – 12 pm
Grand Rapids Art Museum Summer Art Camps 2020 Session Details
- Artful Discoveries & Adventures: June 15 – June 19: Ages 4-6 and June 22 – June 26: Ages 7-9
This week features a variety of projects that introduce campers to a range of creative techniques including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and drawing. Campers will become Museum insiders by exploring GRAM’s galleries and learning curatorial tips and tricks to use in their own art show.
- Creating Authentic Connections: July 6 – July 10: Ages 4-6 and July 13 – July 17: Ages 7-9
This week, campers will observe and connect with their surroundings. From paintings and sculptures to prints and more, campers will navigate art by masters and local contemporary artists to inspire their own artwork. Campers will collaborate, capture unique moments, and gain inspiration from the environment in this week of artistic adventures.
- Exploring the Third Dimension: July 20 – July 24: Ages 10-12
For this camp session, campers will explore other cultures and dimensions by observing and recreating art from around the word. Discovering three-dimensional work will offer fresh perspectives as campers use traditional and contemporary methods—from mask making to origami—to develop self-expression through art.
- Art and Careers: July 27 – July 31: Ages 13-15
Is your camper curious about art career offerings, but doesn’t know where to begin? This summer, campers can break away from traditional fine art practices and discover a variety of contemporary creative careers. This week-long session will explore new art-making techniques and help campers develop their own personal style through fashion design, textile printing, photography, and more.
Registration is limited and spots fill up quickly, so reserve your child’s spot today.