ARTS CAMP: THE ART OF NATURE
Explore the natural world through the arts! Teaching artists will help every child discover the wonderful sounds, patterns, colors, and rhythms in our own backyard—Brookfield's beautiful Mitchell Park.
Arts Camp 2017 dates will be announced soon! Please contact Education Director Mary Sugiyama at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions that you may have.
Arts Camp: FAQ
What is the age range for Arts Camp?
Arts Camp is designed for students entering grades 1-6 in Fall 2017.
What happens during the day?
The daily schedule starts at 9:00am and ends at 3:30pm. We start each day with a nature walk around the park outside of the Wilson Center to look for bugs, animals, plants, birds, and more. Then we come back into the building for fun classes in theatre, dance and visual art. All of the classes are full of activities and new experiences to try. We get a snack break and lunch break with more time to play outside.
Will families get to see what campers have done?
Of course! Families and friends are invited to our Friday Sharing at 2:00pm.
What will I need to bring?
Campers receive a camp t-shirt to wear every day. Everything else will be provided, including lunch and a snack each day!
Can I volunteer for Arts Camp?
The application process for Green Shirts (aka: Arts Camp high school/college volunteers) will open in the winter of 2017, but to learn more about future opportunities, please contact Education Director Mary Sugiyama at email@example.com.