Stark Museum’s Art Quest Summer Camps 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 5 summer camps this summer. 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!.

Application available here!

For detailed information about Summer Camps, check out the descriptions below.

2019 Art Quest Summer Camps are FREE!

Stark Museum of Art 2019 Art Quest Summer Camps:

Explore the possibilities that a simple sheet of paper provides! Paint, glue, mold, and sculpt to transform paper into dazzling art. Campers will learn the art of paper making and will create their own personal multi-colored paper. Kids will see trees as their partners in art at the end of this fun-filled week.
Design, decorate, and wear! Campers will pop bubbles on aprons, dye t-shirts, craft their own outrageous Kentucky Derby hat, and accessorize everything. This multimedia camp will include fabrics, paints, sculptures, beads, and lots of bling. Kids can display and wear this art all summer long!
Create dimensional art that will leap off the table! Explore techniques that include carving, coiling, and cutting various materials to produce one of a kind art. Campers will create masterpieces including mosaics, sand painting, and printmaking. Kids will leave this camp appreciating art from a new angle!
Kids will make their own tracks in this wildlife art camp! We will explore a new habitat each day to create collaged woodland creatures, sculpt jungle animals, and dive into foil print fish. Kids will have a hoot making art based on their favorite animals in this Summer Art Quest Camp.
Discover the colorful world of art! Campers will paint, print, sculpt, and model with clay over four days designed just for kids entering Kindergarten. Get ready to meet new friends and explore the world of making art!
For more information, contact the Museum’s Education Department at 409.221.6685.