GRAM Summer Art Camps 2019
- Dates: June 17, 2019 - August 2, 2019
- Next Occurrence Jun 17, 2019
- Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
- Times: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Grand Rapids Art Museum
101 Monroe Center NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
- Phone: 616.831.2927
- Category: Children's Activities
- Price Per Person: $120, members receive 20% off, need-based scholarships available
GRAM Summer Art Camp provides children and teens ages 4 through 15 with the opportunity to experience creativity and innovation in a unique and transformative setting. Campers take part in observation and discussion in the Museum's galleries, discovery and hands-on activities in GRAM Studio, and learn collaborative problem-solving processes through communication and creation.
Book your child's spot early, as sessions sell out quickly. Online registration opens February 1 at artmuseumgr.org/sac. For more information, please contact Studio Experience Manager Crystal Chesnik at 616.831.2927 or email@example.com.
Artful Discoveries & Adventures
June 17 - 21: ages 4 - 6 June 24 - 28: ages 7 - 9
This session features a mix of new projects that introduce campers to a variety of creative techniques—including printmaking, painting, and sculpture. Campers become Museum insiders by journeying through GRAM’s galleries and learning curatorial tips and tricks to use in their own art show.
Past, Present, and Future
July 8 - 12: ages 4 - 6 July 15 - 19: ages 7 - 9
This summer, travel through time in GRAM Studio—campers explore art and techniques from the past, draw inspiration from contemporary artists, and create their vision of the future during this week-long time warp.
July 22 - 26: ages 10 - 12
Explore the environment through the lens of art and discover how artists use natural surroundings and materials to inspire their work. Campers use traditional art processes as well as experimental methods to create environmentally friendly art.
Art and Identity
July 23 – August 2: ages 13 - 15
This week-long session will immerse campers in identity and self-expression through art. Campers learn how artists use different mediums as a way to express themselves, and develop a personal style while exploring portraiture, symbolism, and more.