Stark Museum’s Art Quest Summer Camps & Teen Workshops are designed to engage students with art and new visual arts concepts during the summer months.
Participate, get messy, make art & meet new friends at Summer Art Quest at the Stark Museum of Art.
All camps have a low student-to-teacher ratio, which enhances hands-on learning. The Stark Museum of Art is offering 6 sessions this summer, 4 summer camps and 2 teen workshops. Art Quest combines studio art projects and daily museum visits for a comprehensive art experience for your child. Each session offers the opportunity to explore different media and studio processes, so make plans to join us all summer long!.

Registration for 2018 Art Quest Summer Camps & Teen Workshops will be available soon!

Art Quest Summer Camps application and waiver coming soon – CLICK HERE.
For detailed information about Summer Camps, check out the descriptions below.

2018 Art Quest Summer Camps are FREE

Stark Museum of Art 2018 Art Quest Summer Camps:

This three day camp is all about CLAY! Make your own impressions in clay by learning how to create stamp molds with your own designs, pressing found items into your clay pieces, and using cuneiform tools. You will make a full set of dishes with your designs: a cup, plate, and bowl (plus more!), and be able to glaze your creations with a variety of eye-catching techniques.
  • Go West!
  • Grades 3 – 5
  • July 10 – 13, 2018 (8:30am – Noon)
Become intrepid adventurers on a journey out west. We will create our own traveling journals, design maps of our explorations, discover new species, and create tools to help us on our quest. Learn how to bind books, make prints, craft telescopes, use isometric graphs, sculpt in clay, and weave mini saddle blankets.
Join our flock as we make art for the birds and about the birds. Learn about Native American bird legends and get inspired by the Museum’s Audubon bird collection. Earn a feather in your cap while developing fine motor skills through sculpture, painting, and constructing a variety of “hands on” art activities.
Pinwheels spin and shadows play in this not-so-secret garden. Spend the week creating colorful painted fence pickets, snail art, a mandala of found objects and clay bells as we study environmental art. This week’s camp is sure to enhance your garden as well as your artistic skills.
For more information, contact the Museum’s Education Department at 409.221.6685.