“Art camps are a wonderful way to
provide educational and fun activities during the summer
months,” said Studio Program Manager Sara Daniels. “These
one-week classes, which are available to students ages 5 to 18
in either half-day or full-day options, provide engaging
opportunities in a variety of media including drawing,
glassblowing, painting, digital media, and more.”
The summer camps run each week from
June 10 through July 26 with the exception of the Fourth of July
week. The morning session runs from 9 a.m. to noon and the
afternoon session runs from 1 to 4 p.m. Students attending both
sessions can stay at the Museum for a supervised lunch hour.
mission of the Museum to provide art education extends to
training the next generation of art educators, added Daniels.
TMA’s teen work study program offers youth an opportunity to
explore art education from two different viewpoints— as a
teacher’s assistant and as a student.
work study program provides students valuable life experience
through the application, interview, and selection process for a
volunteer teaching assistant position,” Daniels explained.
“Those who are selected and commit to volunteering are rewarded
with free registration for their own art class.”
Summer camp scholarships are available. Visit toledomuseum.org/education/classes