Summer Art Camps

Summer Camp 2018 Registration has begun!

We are so very excited to introduce our Full and Half Day Summer Art Camps.  Pick half day – morning or afternoon, or full day!  We have space in the rear of the building for a little exercise (hula hoops!) and a little game playing too!  ClayZ Art camps make friends and memories.  Sign up for just one week, all five  themes or the whole summer!  We’re local, convenient and can’t wait for you to join us.  Pick your weeks!  $50/week registration, balance due first day of camp.

Nature’s Trail
We’ll be using the forest and all its’ creatures as our inspiration.  Terra cotta, terrariums, birds, toads, sticks and pinecones…

Week 1 May 30th
Week 6 July 2nd

*No camp Memorial Day or Independence Day

Spectacular Sweets
Candies, cookies, cakes, graham crackers — projects will include food decoration along with clay, pottery and mixed media.

Week 2 – June 4th
Week 7 – July 9th

Harry Potter-y
See what we did there?  All HP themed projects – wands, cups, books and more.  If you’re a HP fan, you’re gonna love this.
No Muggles Allowed.

Week 3 – June 11th
Week 8 – July 16th

Bring it to the Beach
We can’t have a camp without at least one beach themed week.  Projects will be completed with clay, canvas, mixed media and pottery…(and mermaids!)

Week 4 – June 18th
Week 9 – July 23rd

Summer Camp Classics
Roll out the clay, create muddy art, it’s all in the memories  –  rope bowls, to tie-dye, sandpaper transfers, mosaics, friendship bracelets. God’s eyes, splatter art — those crafts that live forever from generation to generation.

Week 5 – June 25th
Week 10 – July 30th

THE small PRINT:

Camps are for ages 6+

Each week’s classes have a specific, identified theme.  We do our best to create the projects noted in each of our camps; however, if supplies become unavailable or limited, we reserve the right to change the project accordingly. (And sometimes we just find cooler projects!)

No refunds.  We purchase supplies and work our scheduling around anticipated participation and those costs do not change.  You may reschedule with two weeks notice, or substitute another child (ie. find a friend who would like to attend).  Changes done with less than two weeks notice result in $10 change fee (summer camp only for change fee).

We plan our projects out to ensure that the children are learning as well as being creative.  Sometimes the children go in a different direction in their creativity, and as long as that doesn’t disturb the other children, we encourage individuality.  Example—we are making fish today, your child wants to make a dragon — we’re going to let him/her make that dragon.

During the course of camps we occasionally take pictures for use on social media.  We do not identify the children in the photo, just general pictures of the children enjoying projects and activities.

We understand that your children can’t sit for long periods of time.  We offer hula hoops, kick balls and other outdoor activities periodically through the day.  We will not allow any rough housing, wrestling or other contact activity.  Should your child need to be reminded of this more than once, we will notify the parents and/or the child will be removed from the outdoor activity for that day.

We do not discipline your children, but advise them that they have great parents who are paying for them to create and have fun; it would be a shame if we had to un-invite them to our daily activities.  If that doesn’t work—we can always put them in the kiln.  🙂  No make-up classes.  Our projects differ from walk-in offerings.  And, morning projects are different than afternoon projects.