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Summer Break Camp | Half Days (Afternoons 1pm-4pm) Ages 4-10

Create a masterpiece with professional art supplies, have fun and get messy. Each day is a new adventure and may include painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpting.

We also offer 5 day camps and if you want to register for a single day or days here and there, please click here.

  • Camps run from 1pm-4pm
  • Ages 4-10 *Please do not register a 3-year-old. 
  • Students must be able to walk into the class by themselves 
  • For students who are not able to walk in or settle there is no credit or refund. 
  • Please bring 1 nut-free snack & a water bottle. Food and beverages are not included.
  • Drop off only. Absolutely no exceptions, please.
  • 5% sibling discount on the second registration in the same transaction.
  • Are you registered in our Spring Exploratory session? Use code EXPLORATORYPERK at checkout for 10% off Spring and Summer camp!

    Can we book morning AND afternoon (the whole day)? If you would like to book the whole day, please book a whole day camp. We teach the same project in the morning and afternoon camps. Please note, whole day camps are not suitable for kids under the age of 7.

    What will students do at camp? A half day of art class for kids aged 4-8 focussing on Fine Art techniques in painting, sculpture, and art history. 

    Can my 3 year old come to camp? Half day camps are not suitable for students under the age of 4 due to the length of the day and the complexity of the projects.


    Booking at Edgedale? Click Here
    Booking at Nanaimo—Lantzville? Click Here
    Booking at North Vancouver—Edgemont Village? Click Here
    Booking at The Danforth? Click Here
    Booking at Whitby? Click Here

    Classes FAQs

    Before Class
    What to wear?
    Dress For Mess! Acrylic paint does not come out of clothes. We cannot guarantee that clay or other art materials will come out of clothes. Students should always come to the studio dressed for mess.
    Do my kids need to bring anything to class?
    For session classes kids will need to bring a water bottle, and be dressed for mess—acrylic paint does NOT come out of clothes. 
    Anything else I need to do before class?

    Yes, parents/guardians please discuss the following before student(s) arrive to class. To prepare, it is important for kids to know to take their time, go slow and enjoy the process with their creations.

    When creating we will emphasize using different techniques and the art of adding small details. We will encourage enjoying the process, creativity, patience, and attention to detail.

    Parents, please discuss this expectation with children before the class in order to ensure your child understands that we will be creating with details and practice in mind.

    * Our goal is to maintain a respectful, patient, and creative learning environment. Please note disrespectful and disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated. In the event of misconduct, parents will be called to pick up their child immediately. No refunds or credits for missed time in the event a parent needs to be called if a child is not able continue with the class either partially or permanently due to bullying, or disruptive, violent, inappropriate or disrespectful behaviour.

    What if my child will miss a class?
    If a student misses a class they may attend a catch-up time so they don’t fall behind on their artwork. Maximum ONE catch-up time per session. Catch-up times are purely to ensure completion of projects. Catch-up times do not include any art history or theory content and are purely to ensure completion of projects on time. Catch-up time includes attending their regular class 15 minutes early. Most classes fill so attending another class is not possible. No credits or refunds for missed classes or catch up times. Catch up times cannot be carried over to the next session once a session ends. Catch-up times are offered as a courtesy only and may not always be possible. There are no catch up classes for camps and pa/pd day workshops.
    What if I’m going to be late for class?
    Being on time is important as we have LOTS to do each class! Late arrivals are very distracting for the group and delay class, which can lead to unfinished projects and prevent class from finishing on time. If you know you’ll be late please advise the studio ASAP.
    Can I bring home materials for someone who misses a class?
    No. If a student misses a class they may attend a catch-up time so they don’t fall behind on their artwork. Please see above for more information on catch-up times.