Does your kid love to paint? Do they paint all over your walls and floors? Send them to art camp and they can learn to make even better paintings. Hopefully, the next time though the paintings will be on paper. Updated March 2022
Art Camps in Orlando
Here are different art camp options in the Orlando area that you can send the kids to this summer.
Drawchange Art and Music Camp
Drawchange is holding a summer camp for kids ages 5-9. Kids will have a fun summer arts and music experience. Camp sessions incorporate Imagination, Collaboration, Empowerment, Dream-Building, Self-Esteem, Creation, and Stress Relief.
Nailed It Camp
If you have a child that loves DIY, then Nailed It Camp would be perfect for them. At Nailed It Camp, campers will have lots of hands-on fun working on projects using woods, fabrics and metals. They will be able to bring home all the creations they have made during the week.
Osceola Arts will be hosting a one-week animation camp where campers can work to bring their characters to life. They will work on character stories, animation, stop motion and more
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Winter Garden Art Association
Each week, the Winter Garden Art Association’s summer camp will teach children about a different type of art, and each week, children will get to explore using different techniques – and with different results. From 3D to mixed-media, children will get to explore and create their own masterpieces.
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Orlando Museum of Art
Orlando Museum of Art’s summer camps focus on studio art experiences for both students who want to explore and have fun with art, and those who take it seriously and want to improve their skills. Each week, the camp will focus on a different theme and are age-appropriate in order to focus on specific skills for each grade level.
The Art Room
The Art Room offers three two-hour camp sessions per day. They are offering a variety of fun themes such as Doggy Doodles, Amazing Africa, Mario Kart, Fantastic Florida and more. Kids will be experimenting with clay, mixed media, 3D art and more depending on the class that you choose. Kids can be enrolled for more than one session in a day. If they are in the morning session and the first afternoon session, they would need to bring a lunch.