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A message from SummerART camp director, Leah Fox
SummerART at MAM

Thanks for another great year, campers! 

Information for Summer 2021 will be posted here around March 2021.

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Ages 6–7

Choose from Studio Art Camp themes in the morning or afternoon (or both!) from Fables, Folktales, and Legends to Under the Sea. There is a theme for everyone!

Morning Camp runs from 10–11:45 a.m. and Afternoon Camp runs from 1.–2:45 p.m.

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Ages 8–9 and 10–12

Campers can choose between Morning Camp and Afternoon Camp (or both!) with options to take Studio Art Classes like The Wild Life or Digital Media classes like Graphic Design

Morning Camp runs from 10–11:45 a.m. and Afternoon Camp runs from 1.–2:45 p.m.

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Ages 12–15

Spend your summer immersed in art in a supportive environment! Explore traditional fine arts media such as drawing or painting, fine tune your artistic skills, expand your portfolio by developing your unique style, and experiment with digital processes. Each class session runs every day for two weeks.

Morning classes are offered from 11 a.m.–1 p.m., and afternoon classes from 2–4 p.m.

Types of SummerART classes

STUDIO ART CAMP (AGES 6-7, 8-9, 10-12)

MAM Studio Art Camp encourages experimentation, creative thinking and skill development as campers explore a variety of mediums and techniques—drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, printmaking and mixed media. Each session is inspired by a different theme or focus with exciting new projects that provide age-appropriate challenges. Classes are limited to 15 children, so campers receive personalized attention and assistance in finding their own voice for creative expression. In 2020, each camper received a kit of carefully curated art materials selected by their teacher in advance of their SummerART session, so they had all the supplies at home that they needed to get creative and have fun with MAM!  


Our 2020 Digital Media Camps guided students through the use of digital production tools, free apps, websites and open-source computer programs to bring to life a variety of original digital art projects. Classes are limited to 15 children, so campers receive personalized attention, skill-building support, and assistance in finding their own voice in becoming a cultural producer. 

Join the creative team

Teens 15+ can apply to be a SummerART Counselor or Counselor-in-Training and gain professional experience in a creative environment. 

Applications will be posted here when they are available.

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Scholarships are available based on merit and financial need. See the scholarship opportunities page for forms and more information.