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Summer C.A.M.P.


Jul 31, 2017 to Aug 18, 2017
09:00 AM until 04:00 PM


MCASD’s Summer C.A.M.P. (Contemporary Art, Media & Process) is moving downtown! C.A.M.P. invites 6 to 14 year-olds to explore contemporary art through a series of weeklong, age appropriate art-making workshops designed to encourage artistic expression, art appreciation, and imagination. C.A.M.P.ers discover out-of-the-ordinary materials and learn about artists’ processes as they explore exhibitions on view. Each week-long C.A.M.P. session culminates with a showcase and celebration of the camper’s artwork. This year’s C.A.M.P. sessions will include neighborhood explorations of public art and site-specific installations. Led by MCASD teaching artists, C.A.M.P.ers will learn to use both analog and digital mediums to create original multi-media art to be displayed at the showcase. Camp Sessions: Monday, July 31 through Friday, August 4 > 9 AM-4 PM > 12-14 year-olds Monday, August 7 through Friday, August 11 > 9 AM-4 PM > 9-11 year-olds Monday, August 14 through Friday, August 18 > 9 AM-4 PM > 6-8 year-olds One full week of half-day C.A.M.P. is $99 for Members and Military Personnel, and $200 for non-members. One full week of full-day C.A.M.P. is $198 for Members and Military Personnel, and $395 for non-members. Register by April 21, 2017 and receive 10% discount.




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1100 Kettner Blvd
San Diego, CA

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