After School Programs

Summer Art classes in Cincinnati

Voted “Best of the City 2012” for Best Art Camp for Kids:

“After the first week she knew where she wanted to be. I canceled camp somewhere else for her to come to art camp more. Who knew she would enjoy it this much?”

- Charolette’s Mom (child, age 6)

“I was impressed at each weekly exhibit. His skill development really improved over just a summer.”

- Ryan’s Dad (child, age 12)

I was struck by how much the staff cared about the uniqueness of each of my children. The assistant in her classroom really helped Loretta to see the beauty of the artist inside of her.”

- Johnathan & Loretta’a Mom (children, ages 5 & 8)

Camp Art Academy will cultivate and direct your child's creativity and imagination in the visual arts.

  • Small class sizes ensure each child receives individual attention.
  • Campers work with unique and unusual art materials to unlock creativity.
  • Campers are grouped by age with activities that maximize interest.

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Summer Arts Program for Young Artists

Velocity Summer Arts Program!
If you are interested in an amazing summer program for yourself or child, give me a call ASAP!
Velocity is a program where a small group of young artists are connected to art through dance, theatre, film, and fashion. We have class from 1:30-4:30 on Sundays through August 24th. There will be a performance where the members will be able to perform what they worked on over the summer. West Side Story themed production!
We are a unique group open to all levels of performers/artists. You just need a desire to learn and open mind.
Every week we have an optional trip that the students are able to sign up for such as a play or fashion show

Honolulu museum offers children free art classes  — San Francisco Chronicle
HONOLULU (AP) — The Honolulu Museum of Art is providing free art classes this summer to 60 students from leeward Oahu schools.

Youth Summer Art Classes with Tucker 2014
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Art Institute of Ohio Cincinnati AI Summer Studio
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Popular Q&A

Is summer-art classes hyphenated?

In general, many two-word phrases are two separate words when used as a noun, verb or adverb but take a hyphen when used as an adjective. Double check the way the word(s) is (are) being used. An art class in the summer is Not hyphenated.

What are the nearest summer art classes for teens?

im looking for art classes for 13 years olds. anyone know where i can find some in the southern california region in van nuys or somewhere near it.

Since you're only 13, community colleges are out of the question so.........check out a list of classes offered by your city's recreation department. Usually every a couple of months, every household gets a newsletter from their city and they list classes that they offer for kids, young adults and senior citizens.....classes such as art,dance,yoga,etc are offered for a small fee and you meet a couple times a week or so at your city's recreation center...... You can visit your city hall, their website or just give them a quick call...they will provide you information that way too. Goodlu…

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