Paramount Center for the Arts Summer Camps!
Our fun-filled camps are jam-packed with extraordinary opportunities to work with clay, painting and drawing, mixed media, glass projects and so much more!
7-9 year old classes:
Our mid-age classes are all about exploring a variety of mediums, to help students discover their interests and expand their creative process!
10-14 year old classes:
Our older students will enjoy the focus of our structured classes that will help them develop their understanding and techniques of the medium that they are working in. With prior arrangement, these students are also welcome to work on independent projects with the guidance of their instructor, allowing for emphasis on the areas that interest them most.
In the event that a student is unable to attend a camp, cancellations are eligible for a partial refund, less an administration fee of 15% of camp tuition, if the cancellation happens 15 or more calendar days prior to the camp start date. Unfortunately, refunds are not available for cancellations happening 14 days, or fewer, of the camp start date.
COVID-19 Safety Precautions:
We are excited to be back in the Studios again this Summer for in-person art camps!
The Paramount Center for the Arts strongly recommends masks for all patrons, visitors, class participants, artists, staff and volunteers. Visit paramountarts.org/communityhealthfirst/ for more details.
Art Show: To limit the number of people in the studios, we unfortunately will not be offering Art Shows this year. Instead, each artist will gather their work into a portfolio and will have it with them outside for pick-up on Thursday. Clay pieces will need to be fired and collected three weeks after the end of camp. We will have additional details about clay pick-up in the future.
*Please note that camps are happening Monday through Thursday this year, allowing us to dedicate time each Friday to thoroughly clean each studio before the next week’s class uses the space.
All registrants will be informed of any changes to our protocols as they occur.