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Art Camps

The Harn Museum of Art offers Art Camps for kids during school breaks. Each camp offers gallery explorations, art instruction and fun art-making projects.

Summer Art Camps 2020

Week #1: Shutterbug – Photography
June 1–5
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Marina Sachs
Is there a difference between taking photographs and “making” photographs? Explore various photographic techniques including cyanotype processes, digital phone images, experimenting with lighting, color, and composition.

Week #2: Draw, Paint, Create!
June 8–12
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Lauren Donnellan
Make your mark during this week of camp! We will look, see, find and discover our way through the museum to create inspired works of 2-dimensional art.

Week #3: Print Party
June 15–19
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Lauren Donnellan
Want to turn your drawings into handmade prints? From block printing to screen printing, we will make a variety of prints to share with family and friends.

Week #4: Art Adventures
June 22–26
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Lauren Donnellan
Join us for an art adventure where we will explore unknown environments and new art materials! We will use a variety of media to mash-up our artistic practice and new discoveries.

Week #5: Sculptacular
July 6–10
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Jacqueline Adams
What story will you tell? Learn how to integrate building techniques with storytelling with polymer clay and paper mache. Sculpt small landscapes, buildings, animals, people, and all things imaginary!

Week #6: Thimble & Thread
July 13–17
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Jacqueline Adams
Get inspired with hand sewn wonders! Create a large collaborative wall quilt, a tote bag, small stuffed animal, pencil case, accessories and more!

Week #7: Fabulous Forms
July 20–24
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Marina Sachs
Explore form (organic, human and scientific) through printmaking, oil pastel, acrylic, and collage. How can the art we make reflect our understandings of the world, and how can it’s potential shape the world in the future?

Week #8: Sense-Sational Art
July 27–31
9 am – 4 pm
Cost: $250 | Members $225

Instructor, Mimi Stocker + Paige Willis
Activate your senses as we explore art-making through sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. Experiment with a variety of media including painting, printmaking and textiles.

 

Questions?

Contact Paige Willis at 352.294.7062 or via email: register@harn.ufl.edu.

Student Projects

Examples from Spring Break Camp 2015

View projects by our Spring Break Campers on the Harn Paper Play Blog.

Harn Voices

It was the combination of instructor and techniques that made camp such a good experience.  

Anonymous

Summer Camp Parent