Summer Camps

The Art Lab offers a handful of summer camps on-site and offsite during the summer. Camps run throughout the week and are 2-3 hours long. Our low class sizes and a flexible creative environment make learning individual to all students. All materials are provided and our teaching artists art professionals with full background checks and extensive teaching experience. 

Camps run daily throughout the week. Register Today!

Comic Camp

Ages 9 – 12

June 12 – 16th

1:00 – 3:00pm

Create your own characters and storyline for different comic genres. We will start with humor by writing and animating a fun three panel punch-line. Next is super-heroes! Students will learn how to create drama by using one and two point perspective alongside figurative action. As a final project the kids develop their own comic strip considering setting, plot, character, text, mood and color palette with the guidance of the instructor.


Clay Fusion Four Seasons Camp!

Ages 6-12

July 17 – 21st

1:30 – 4:30pm

Create artwork for all four seasons!  Fall plates, pumpkin glass tiles, ornaments, turkeys, snow people and much more all out of clay and glass.  Everything will also be made from scratch.   Every child will use the pottery wheel! Some items made will be make and take projects.   All items fired in the kiln will be ready to pick up at The Art Lab in approximately four weeks.  Children can also take some clay home during the camp week and return with their own creations to be fired as part of the camp.  All supplies included!  A simple snack will also be provided as part of the camp day.


Seuss! Summer Camp

Ages 6-9

July 24th – July 28th

1:00 – 3:00pm

How about learning basic drawing skills and color theory in the land and cityscapes of Dr. Seuss? We will build foundational skills while traversing the fanciful imagination of a childhood classic in a four-week class excursion doing both group and individual projects.


Portraiture for Middle and High School Students

Ages 12 and up

July 31 – August 4th

1:00 – 3:00pm

Learn the foundations of capturing a person’s likeness by starting with what we all have in common- the skull. We start by using charcoal to develop both the skeletal and muscles beneath the skin. From there students will learn how to see values and forms. Next we delve into more specific proportions and distinctive features showing a spectrum of emotions. Final project we will use a photo from each students choosing and create a finished piece.