Due to popular demand, Summer Art Camp Registration is now closed.
Art Camp for Everyone is a NEW $1 a day Summer Art Camp for youth ages 5 – 12 with community service volunteer opportunities for ages 13 to 18. This FUN Summer Arts camp is presented by Confluence Gallery under the direction of art therapist Michele Koger,MA, LMT, ATR.
Each week explores the natural world through art making, providing an enriching art camp experience that is accessible for any child in the Methow Valley regardless of economic status.
The 2018 camp theme is “Art in the Wild” with art explorations focused on the natural world in the Methow Valley, such as, geology, birds and wildlife, river ecology, and foraging for wild foods. Local teaching artists and environmental educators will guide students through a curriculum using repurposed and upcycled resources and materials found in nature reinforcing creativity and resourcefulness while building social skills and creative life skills thru hands-on art education combined with environmental education.
Join your friends in Twisp next summer for ART in the Wild!
Registration materials available April 1st @ Confluence Gallery
Week One: The Geology of the Methow Valley
Week Two: A Bird’s Eye View of the Methow Valley
Week Three: The Rivers Run Wild in the Methow Valley
Week Four: Foraging for Wild Food in the Methow Valley
Dates: Monday – Friday, July 9 – August 3, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location: Methow Valley Community School in Twisp, WA
Cost: $1 per child per day for ages 5 – 12 includes supplies.
Volunteer: FREE for student volunteers ages 13-18, community service hours granted. Download volunteer application.
Registration: Due to popular demand, Summer Art Camp Registration is now closed.
Art Camp for Everyone is a subsidized program offered to Methow Valley youth to provide quality summer art education regardless of economic status. Please consider a donation to support this vital resource for our local families.
The true cost of camp is $20 per day for each camper. We encourage families who can meet these costs to pay the full price and consider paying it forward to support other campers with less resources.