Tampa Museum of Art

Summer Art Camp

 

 

 

[UPDATED: 2/19/18]

Camp descriptions and details available now! Registration for Museum Members now open!

Summer Art Camp 2018

 

Mark your calendar for fun!

 Member registration: Monday, February 19 at 8a

Not-yet Member registration: Saturday, March 3 at 8a

Click here to Register!

 

 

Join the Tampa Museum of Art this summer for exciting new camps. Draw your own comic book, learn the art of origami, paint large murals, sculpt ancient vessels, and much more!

 

Summer Art Camp 2018

June 4 – July 13

 

Daily Camp Schedule

8:00a-8:30a Morning drop-off

8:30a-12:30p Morning Camp

12:30p-1:00p Lunch break and Morning pick up/ Afternoon drop-off

1:00p-5:00p Afternoon Camp

5:00p-5:30p Afternoon pick-up

Snacks will be provided during each camp.

Students enrolled in both morning and afternoon camps will be required to bring their lunch.

 

Register

Member registration opens: Monday, February 19 at 8a

Not-Yet Member registration opens: Saturday, March 3 at 8a

Click here to register

Due to the popularity of Summer Art Camp, all camps require advance registration and payment. Campers are not considered registered until payment or scholarship have been processed.

Contact: SummerArtCamp@TampaMuseum.org

 

Wait-list

Wait-list will be established on a first received basis if/when a camp sells out. If space does become available, parents will be notified. Space will be held for two business days before being offered to the next camper on the list. To be added to the wait-list, submit registration without completing payment information.

 

Costs

$125 per camp for Museum Members

$150 per camp for Not-Yet Museum Members

Each year Tampa Museum of Art provides scholarships to make Summer Art Camp a creative and enriching experience available to all children, regardless of economic backgrounds Need-based scholarships are available for a limited number of campers. Please indicate your interest in a scholarship while completing the registration form.

 

Late Pick-up Fee

To respect the time of Summer Art Camp staff and volunteers, we implement a late pick-up fee to parents/guardians who arrive past the scheduled pick up time.

Fee after 5:30p – $15

Fee after 6:00p – $1 per minute

 

Cancellation Policy

14 days + before the first day of your camp—100% refund

8–13 days before the first day of your camp—50% refund

7 days or less—no refund

All refunds will be charged a $10 administrative fee.

 

Museum Members

Museum members benefit from early registration, up to $25 discounts on camps, and much more! Become a Museum member today by visiting our website: TampaMuseum.org/Support/Membership or contact Jeff Stewart, Membership Manager at 813.421.8371 or Jeff.Stewart@TampaMuseum.org.

 

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Camp Offerings

Each of our camp themes this year are based on the Museum’s permanent collection and modern & contemporary exhibitions on view in our galleries. We value the connections children and teens will make with the art on view when making their own unique works of art. Listed below are camp descriptions and the exhibition that inspires them.

 

 

Ages 6-7

 

June 4-8

AM Camp: Nature Around Us

Inspired by Nature: Vases, Birds, & Flowers

Get inspired to unleash your creativity by discovering mixed art making with a variety of materials and techniques.

PM Camp: Lines, Colors, and Shapes

Vapor & Vibration: the Art of Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto

Become inspired by the use of lines, colors, and shapes in artists’ Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto’s artwork to create your own unique works of art.

 

June 11-15

AM Camp: Art in 2D  

All Galleries

Explore painting, drawing, and other two dimensional art making inspired by the Museum’s galleries.

PM Camp: Art in 3D

All Galleries

Build, mold, and sculpt three dimensional works of art inspired by the Museum’s galleries.

 

June 25-29

AM Camp: Create Your Own Creatures

Animals in Ancient Art

Take a close look at the Animals in Ancient Art in our galleries, then make your own fantastic beasts. What creatures will you create?

PM Camp:  Portraits and People

The Classical World and Having a Ball

Faces and figures emerge from ancient pottery and on baseballs in the galleries. Now it’s your turn to create images of friends, family, and yourself.


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Ages 8-10

 

June 11-15

AM Camp: Create Your Own Creatures

Animals in Ancient Art

Take a close look at the Animals in Ancient Art in our galleries, then make your own fantastic beasts. What creatures will you create?

PM Camp: Upcycling Printmaking

Inspired by Nature: Vases, Birds, & Flowers

Produce printmaking masterpieces from recyclable materials while helping to persevere the environment that inspires us.

 

June 18-22

AM Camp: The Big Picture

Vapor & Vibration: the Art of Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto

Go big! Together we can make large-scale 2D and 3D works of art, inspired by artists Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto.

PM Camp: Art as Games

Having a Ball

Let’s make art and play with it! Sports, games, and art go together better than you might think.

 

June 25-29

AM Camp: Myths & Stories

The Classical World

Legendary journeys embody gods, goddesses, and heroes in our galleries. What myths and stories will you create for your characters in your very own comic book?

PM Camp: Vases

The Classical World and Inspired by Nature: Vases, Birds, & Flowers

Some new, some old, and some very old vases are on view. Will your vases look like ancient vessels or contemporary vessels, or maybe a little of both?

 

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Ages 11-13

 

June 4-8

AM Camp: Printmaking with Nature

Inspired by Nature: Vases, Birds, & Flowers

Learn techniques to make imaginative prints with the theme of vases, birds, and flowers, like those in the galleries.

PM Camp: Monumental Masterpieces

Vapor & Vibration: the Art of Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto

Artists Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto create large-scale works of art. Use 2D and 3D materials to create artworks inspired by these monumental masters.

 

June 25-29

AM Camp: Ancient Illustration

The Classical World

Ancient painted vases tell the stories of mythical gods and stories through figures and symbols. Become inspired by The Classic World in your very own comic book creation.

PM Camp: Digital Photography

All Galleries

Capture the themes of our exhibitions on view in unique images. Learn basic computer editing with our portable technology lab.

*All equipment provided

 

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Teen Week: Ages 14-17

 

July 9-13

AM Camp: Masters of Contemporary Sculpture

Vapor & Vibration: the Art of Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto

Contemporary artists like Larry Bell and Jesus Raphael Soto challenge traditional sculpture. Learn about contemporary sculpture and create your own masterpiece.

*Features an expert tour with Museum staff

PM Camp: Foundations in Painting

All Galleries

Explore still-life paintings using a variety of wet mediums.

 

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