Our Picks: A Fun, Inspiring, Virtual Art Camp for Kids

Looking for an virtual summer camp option that will keep your kids busy and inspired? Summer Art Camp is back at the Visual Art Center and is going to be better than ever with this safe, creative, and most importantly, fun online camp experience. The Art Center is also offering a half-day virtual camp for kids ages 5 – 9. Campers will make two projects each day in a variety of art media, which may include painting, drawing, and sculpture. The materials fee covers an art supply kit custom-designed for each week of camp available for curbside pickup at the Art Center. At the end of camp, the kits are yours to keep for continued artmaking! All you need to participate is a computer, tablet, or phone with internet access to Zoom. The week prior to camp, you will receive an email with the private Zoom link for the session. Tuition: $305/members; $315 non-members. Materials fee: $48

Choose from:
Art Around America
Mini Masters
Animals & Wildlife Art
Color Explosion
Creative Creatures
Art Around the World

Interested in an in-person option? Visual Art Center is also offering safe, in-person camps from June through August. See more here.

For more info and to register, go to VACNJ, 68 Elm Street, Summit, NJ 07901

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