DuMA Summer Art Camp 2019:
Age 6–8: June 17–20 @ 9–11:30 AM
Age 9–12: June 24–27 @ 9–11:30 AM
Age 13–16: July 8–11 @ 9–11:30 AM
Cost: $50 Members; $60 Guests
Young artists will explore the theme ‘Art and Nature’ while spending mornings at both Swiss Valley and the Arboretum, as well as visiting the Museum’s galleries for inspiration to create their own works of nature-inspired art in a variety of mediums.
The Museum’s educational philosophy focuses on experimentation, problem solving and “thinking outside the box.” Students create art in a safe and positive environment, finding inspiration in the Museum’s exhibitions and collections. Originality and self-expression is encouraged.
Instructed by Hana Velde, Rachel Spurling, and Caitlin Donald. All supplies furnished.
For more information or to register a child, please contact Margi Buhr, Director of Education, at (563) 557-1851 Tues – Fri, or via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also register online using the form below:
DuMA Spring Break Art Camps
Spring Break Art Camp has concluded for the 2019 season
Section I: Grades K-2, M-F, 9-11 am (optional sack lunch add-on 11 am-Noon)
Section II: Grades 3-5, M-F, 1-4 pm
Tuition: $65 Members | $75 Guests (materials included);
$10 sack lunch (optional)
Instructors: Rachel Spurling and Caitlin Donald
Looking for a creative way to fill Spring Break Week? Young artists will explore the Museum’s galleries for inspiration, then head to the studio to create their own works of art in a variety of age-appropriate mediums.