Get This Early Bird Special for Summer Camp

Calling All Budding Artists!!!

Unleash your child’s inner artist with a week of summer camp filled with creativity and fun. Registration is now open for Summer Art Camp at the Visual Arts Center! Sign up by February 18 to take advantage of their early-bird pricing.

In addition to their classic Art Camp for Kids, they created a brand new camp program for tweens that allows campers ages 10-12 to explore art media and techniques in greater depth. They also offer a fantastic camp for teens that sold out last year. Teen ages 13+ can gain in-depth studio art experience while focusing on two areas of study each week, diving deep into technique building and individual style choice.

Here’s what is great about these camps:

  1. Art will help your child problem solve and think creatively.
  2. It’s one of the few places where there is no right or wrong answer.
  3. You don’t have to commit to 6 weeks of camp like many other places require. If you’re non-committal about then summer, sign up for one week. There are even some one-day workshops.
  4. They offer early drop-off and late pick-up for working parents.
  5.  If your child doesn’t think of themselves as ab artist, choose a themed camp that relates to something they love like animals or cartoons.
  6. Most important, it a full day of fun! Camps start at 10am and go until 3. That’s 5 hours to yourself. Afterwards, head to the pool for a few hours.

To sign up, visit VACNJ.

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