Arts Camps

 

Plan your school break with the CAC, and get in touch with your “art” side!

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Ages: 7 -12 years old | June 5-9, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Arts Camp is held at Hunter Park Located at

8830 Gurley Rd, Douglasville, GA 30134

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The goal of Spring Break Arts Camp is to encourage and reveal the talents of every student to highlight the impact the arts have on young children in developing their creative skills, social interactions, and cultural awareness.
Fees for the week are $135 for the first child ($125 for CAC members) with a $5 dollar discount for siblings. Camp runs from 9 am – 4 pm with an early drop-off and late pick-up option for an additional fee of $10 each.
The theme of this year’s Summer Arts Camp is words of affirmation. In “Self Portrait of Words: My Masterpiece,” campers will learn the greatest life lesson of all, that the world is what we make it through our words. Campers will explore positive forms of self-expression through singing, dancing, acting, and creating artwork. While practicing words of affirmations, campers will express their best self and their best life. From self portraits to sculptures and paintings, art projects will reflect on all things bright: colors, speech, ideas, and attitudes!
During the Summer Arts Camp, artists will work with each student on specific projects within their discipline that reflect and expand on a common theme addressed by all the teachers. The four main art forms that will be explored are 3-D art, 2-D art, Theater, and Music. The camp concludes with a Celebration of Success, in order for families to enjoy a final performance and debut of all of the work the campers work toward throughout the week.
The CAC continues to implement best practices set forth by the CDC and State guidelines. Seven (7) “ART-portunity” scholarships will be made available to campers by recommendation from their schools. “ART”-portunity scholarships have been graciously donated by The Hud Truck, Linda Britt, Steve Pritchard, and in memory of the late Philip Montgomery. We thank you!
The Spring and Summer Break Arts Camp are made possible with the support of the GreyStone Power Foundation. The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/ Douglas County, located at 8652 Campbellton Street Douglasville, Georgia, is open Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  For directions and more information, visit www.artsdouglas.org or contact the Cultural Arts Council at 770.949.2787.

 

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SPRING BREAK ARTS CAMP with the CAC

Ages: 7 -12 years old | April 1-5, 2024, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Break Arts Camp is held each year at Boundary Waters Activity Center the first week in April

Registration will open in early February and seats are limited.

The goal of Spring Break Arts Camp is to encourage and reveal the talents of every student to highlight the impact the arts have on young children in developing their creative skills, social interactions, and cultural awareness.
Fees for the week are $135 for the first child ($125 for CAC members) with a $5 dollar discount for siblings. Camp runs from 9 am – 4 pm with an early drop off and late pick up option for an additional fee of $10 each.
During the Spring Break Arts Camp, artists will work with each student on specific projects within their discipline that reflect and expand on a common theme addressed by all the teachers. The four main artforms that will be explored are 3-D art, 2-D art, Theater, and Music. The camp concludes with a Celebration of Success, in order for families to enjoy a final performance and debut of all of the work the campers work toward through the week.
The CAC continues to implement best practices set forth by the CDC and State guidelines. Seven (7) “ART-portunity” scholarships will be made available to campers by recommendation from their schools. “ART”-portunity scholarships have been graciously donated by The Hud Truck, Linda Britt, Steve Pritchard, Arubra Hembree, and in memory of the late Philip Montgomery. We thank you!
This year’s camp theme is “Our Family Tree – Reaching New Heights.” From stories of ancestors’ days gone by to campfire tales of tomorrow, campers will enjoy this week-long stop along their journey. Between where they’ve come and where they’re going, Douglas County School System’s Spring Break on April 3-7 is time for your child to enjoy a bright horizon of potential. From root to branch, across snow-covered mountain peaks of imagination, children ages 7-12 will discover a forest of friendship and creativity, with projects that explore both art and nature. When you register your child for Spring Break Arts Camp, you are encouraging your child to forge a new trail.
The Spring and Summer Break Arts Camp are made possible with the support from the GreyStone Power Foundation. The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/ Douglas County, located at 8652 Campbellton Street Douglasville, Georgia, is open Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  For directions and more information, visit www.artsdouglas.org or contact the Cultural Arts Council at 770.949.2787.
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Support for the CAC Arts Intensive camp programs is generously donated by:

   

Thank you to our “ART-portunity Scholarship donors: