Virtual Summer Camp (Ages 7-9)
Registration Now Open!
The Sid Richardson Museum is excited to offer a week-long art making opportunity for creative kids! With Virtual Summer Art Camp, you can expect:
- Live interactions with staff educators and other campers
- Virtual visits to the Museum galleries through video tours
- Daily lessons in mediums including painting, drawing, and sculpture
- All necessary art supplies and tools conveniently packaged and shipped to you!
AGES: 7– 9 years old
COST: $15 for one child (includes registration & Art Kit)
Additional children from the same household may be added at a discounted rate of $10 per child.
* Art Kits will be mailed to households within 600 miles of the museum. All other households will be provided a list of materials to purchase.
Each camp session will run Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Every day of camp will include live virtual lessons, online interactions with camp staff and other students, as well as self-paced work offline. Campers will need to be logged into our virtual platform every day for the live component of camp. Our Online Summer Art Camp culminates with a virtual exhibition of campers artwork, which kids, parents and families will be able to view and share online.
Each camper will need a pencil, water cup, and paper towels or rags for cleanup. All other necessary supplies and tools for that week’s session will be included in your Art Kit! Each participating child needs their own Art Kit. Art kits will be shipped to you.
All of the live lessons and virtual interactions will take place through password protected Zoom sessions. Further instructions and activities can be accessed through provided links. Internet access required. Camera and email required to submit work to participate in the culminating online exhibition.
Your registration and tuition reserve your child’s place in a camp session. You may cancel and get a refund any time before your Art Kit has been delivered.
Shelby Orr at email@example.com or 817-332-6554 if you have any questions.