Let ArtSpan’s Summer Arts Program inspire your child’s imagination as we have fun creating and exploring in an interdisciplinary arts environment!Each week a new theme and classes unite ceramics, painting, drawing, music, drama, and games with a fully integrated age-appropriate curriculum. Kids make new friends, develop their creativity, and gain confidence through sharing and cooperation. Friday is the culmination of the week’s activities as parents and families are invited to our informal “share” performance at 2:30pm where students present all they’ve accomplished at ArtSpan that week.
Our staff consists of professional teaching artists trained in their specific area of the arts and counselors are selected for their artistic talents as well as their experience working with kids. Many are previous students! All are passionate about the arts.
Children ages 5 - 11 are grouped according to age as well as individual needs. Each week is a separate program and requires registration in advance. Cost is $399/week plus discounts applied for multiple weeks and/or multiple children registered within the same family.
Our CIT Program introduces younger teens, ages 12 - 14, to a new level of arts involvement by assisting and participating in the summer’s activities under the direct supervision of our CIT Supervisor. CIT's engage in team-building art skills by working together on collaborative art projects and gain leadership skills by planning and initiating program activities. $369/week; no additional discounts applied.
2019 Summer Weeks:
Each day campers rotate through 4 classes that are 1 hour and 15 minutes each: visual art, ceramics, theater, and an open studio makerspace. There is additional time for a snack break, lunch, and recess.
All weeks are 8:45am - 3:15pm (with extended day available from 3:15pm - 6pm for $25/day)
This camp must comply with the regulations of the MDPH and be licensed by the LBOH.
Limited tuition assistance is available. Please contact the MCA office for more information about the application process.