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Tampa Museum of Art: Summer Art Camp 2020

Tampa Museum of Art, Cornelia Corbett Center, 120 W. Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa, FL 33602 | 813-421-6631 | SummerArtCamp@TampaMuseum.org | tampamuseum.org/SummerArtCamp

Dates: June 1 – July 3, 2020

Registration Dates

  • Art+ Member registration opens: Monday, February 17 at 8:00a
  • Not-Yet Member registration opens: Saturday, February 29 at 8:00a

Due to the popularity of TMA’s Summer Art Camps, all camps require advance registration and payment. Campers are not considered registered until payment or scholarship has been processed.

Wait-list

Wait-list will be established on a first-received basis if or when a camp sells out. If space does become available, parents will be notified. Space will be held for two business days before being offered to the next camper on the list. To be added to the wait-list, submit a registration without completing the payment information.

Costs

  • $125 per camp for Art+ Members
  • $150 per camp for Not-Yet-Members

Each year the Tampa Museum of Art provides scholarships to make Summer Art Camp a creative and enriching experience available to all children, regardless of economic backgrounds. Need-based scholarships are available for a limited number of campers. Please indicate your interest in a scholarship while completing the registration form.

Late Pick-up Fee

Out of respect for the time of Summer Art Camp staff and volunteers, we implement a late pick-up fee to parents and guardians who arrive past the scheduled pick up time.

  • Fee after 5:30p – $15
  • Fee after 6:00p – $1 per minute

Cancellation Policy

  • 14 days+ before the first day of your camp—100% refund
  • 8–13 days before the first day of your camp—50% refund
  • 7 days or less—no refund
  • All refunds will be charged a $10 administrative fee.

Museum Art+ Members benefit from early registration, up to $25 discounts on camps, and much more! Become an Art+ Member today by visiting our website: https://tampamuseum.org/join/ or you can reach the Membership Team at 813.421.8375 or Membership@TampaMuseum.org.


Ages 6-7 | June 1-5

AM Camp: Upcycled Art: Use recycled and repurposed materials to make works of art inspired by current exhibitions at the Museum. Create unique works of art while helping to preserve the environment and using everyday materials you could find at home.

PM Camp: Sculpture: Ancient and Modern: Create original works of three-dimensional art inspired by all of the different kinds of sculpture on view, from C. Paul Jennewein’s people and animals to the monumental sculptures outside and in the lobby.

Ages 6-7 | June 8-12

AM Camp: Beginning Painting: Explore different painting techniques with acrylic and watercolors with step-by-step painting projects, painting from life, and painting from your imagination.

PM Camp: Costumes and Contraptions: Make creative costumes, masks, and accessories based on your favorite characters or ones that you invent.

Ages 6-7 | June 22-26

AM Camp: Ancient Animals: Explore the antiquities collection and make works of art inspired by real and imaginary animals with painting, drawing, and mixed media projects

PM Camp:  Abstract Art: Unleash your creativity by experimenting with abstract art-making and explore a variety of materials and unconventional approaches to painting, printmaking, and collage. 


Ages 8-10 | June 8-12

AM Camp: Upcycled Art: Use recycled and repurposed materials to make works of art inspired by current exhibitions at the Museum. Create unique works of art while helping to preserve the environment and using everyday materials you could find at home.

PM Camp: Epic Collage: Create large works of collage and mixed-media works incorporating photos and paper from our classroom, photos taken at the Museum, and photos and other collage materials brought from home.

Ages 8-10 | June 15-19

AM Camp: Ancient Art: 2D: Explore painting, drawing, and other two-dimensional art-making with projects inspired by the Museum’s collection of ancient art.

PM Camp: Ancient Art: 3D: Build, mold, and sculpt three-dimensional works of art inspired by the Museum’s collection of ancient art.

Ages 8-10 | June 22-26

AM Camp: Sequential Art: Our antiquities galleries are filled with sculptures and paintings of legendary journeys, battles, contests, gods, goddesses, heroes, and athletes. Create characters and make a comic book about their adventures.

PM Camp: Art as Games: Let’s make art and play with it! Create custom puzzles, toys, and design and make a board game! 


Ages 11-13 | June 1-5

AM Camp: Painting Places: Make paintings based on places depicted in works of art at the Museum, the downtown cityscape, and your own imagined places.

PM Camp: Art and Games: Let’s make art and play with it! Create custom puzzles, toys, and design and make a board game!

Ages 11-13 | June 15-19

AM Camp: Sequential Art: Our antiquities galleries are filled with sculptures and paintings of legendary journeys, battles, contests, gods, goddesses, heroes, and athletes. Create characters and make a comic book about their adventures.

PM Camp: Printmaking: Explore several different printmaking processes, including relief prints, screen printing, and printing on fabric and clothing.


Teen Week: Ages 14-17 | July 13 – 17

AM Camp: TMA Teen Residency: An open studio camp inspired by artist residencies, campers will meet and work with a different local artist each day to further explore their artistic interests and to branch out to new approaches inspired by local artists and their fellow teen creators. Campers will engage in group critiques, photograph their works to create a digital portfolio, and exhibit their creations in a group show at the end of the week. *Features an expert tour with Museum staff

PM Camp: TMA Teen Residency: An open studio camp inspired by artist residencies, campers will meet and work with a different local artist each day to further explore their artistic interests and to branch out to new approaches inspired by local artists and their fellow teen creators. Campers will engage in group critiques, photograph their works to create a digital portfolio, and exhibit their creations in a group show at the end of the week. *Features an expert tour with Museum staff

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