Summer Art Camp 2015
The Birmingham Museum of Art offers a one-of-a-kind camp where children experience amazing art first hand. This year, Summer Art Camp will focus on art that tells stories. Campers will explore the wonderful world of Birmingham artist Frank Fleming, whose fantastical sculptures have endless stories to tell. Campers will also discover the history and meaning found in Hale Woodruff’s murals, whose stories of struggle, action, and equality attract visitors from around the world.
Along the way, we will discover many different cultures and artists who have shared their stories in art through the ages. Campers will experience a summer of fun-filled experiences and will create visual stories in a variety of media. Let storytelling with the visual arts fill your camper’s summer with extraordinary wonder and imagination. It can only happen here at the Birmingham Museum of Art!
Click on a registration link below, or call 205.254.2571 to enroll by phone.
For more information, please call 205.254.2571.
For students entering 2nd through 6th grade for the 2015-2016 school year.
- June 15-19 // 9am-3pm (Click here to enroll now!)
- June 22-26 // 9am-3pm (Click here to enroll!)
- July 6-10 // 9am-3pm (Click here to enroll now!)
- July 13-17 // 9am-3pm (Click here to enroll now!)
Cost per week: $250 Museum Members // $300 non-members
After-care: Available 3-5:30pm for an additional $50 per week per child
For students who have completed 5K and are entering 1st grade in the 2015-2016 school year.
- July 20-24 // 9am-Noon (Click here to enroll now!)
- July 27-31 // 9am-Noon (Click here to enroll now!)
Cost per week: $150 Museum Members // $180 non-members
The Museum offers studio art classes and workshops taught by experienced educators and professional artists in a unique setting. Access to a world-class collection of art provides inspiration for studio exploration. Studio art classes are available for all ages and levels of experience.
We are currently looking for proposals for studio classes from artists and educators. Click here to learn more.