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  • Register your artists for a weeklong art camp at the High. We offer options for ages 6 through 14. Campers will explore the collection, sketch in the galleries, and create artwork. Registration for 2017 sessions is now open. Mark your calendar now to ensure you get your first choice of camps! Space is limited.


    Member price: $300*
    Not-yet-members: $400
    Aftercare (4–6 p.m.): $50/week


    *Learn about Family Memberships, starting at $95

    2017 Summer Art Camp
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.

    Please note:

    • Your registration will not be complete until you have submitted a waiver form for each child attending camp. Once you have purchased your session, we will send the waiver form(s) to the email address you provide during checkout. Please complete it as soon as possible to finish your registration.
    • The High Museum of Art reserves the right to cancel, change, or alter any program due to attendance.
    • Registration closes the Thursday before each week of camp begins.

    Cancellation Policy:
    Cancellations made less than two weeks prior to camp start date will NOT result in a refund. Cancellations or changes made prior to two weeks before camp start date will result in an administrative fee of $25.


    Please contact Samantha King at 404-733-4586 or at samantha.king@high.org if you have any questions.


    Click here to read or download the Art Camp Orientation Packet.

    June 12–16
    Wearable Art: Fashion
    Artful Accessories and Fashion Superstars

    Find your inner fashion star in this camp all about creativity and design! Using works from the Museum’s collection for inspiration, you’ll design clothes, hats, tote bags, and jewelry. Experiment with tie-dye, wearable sculpture, and more. On Friday, model your trendsetting style as you walk the catwalk in a High Museum Fashion Show Extravaganza for family and friends.

    Registration for this week has closed


    June 19–23
    Make a Mark: Printmaking for Days!
    Pop Art Printmakers

    Learn the in’s and out’s of printmaking. Experiment with block printing, screenprinting, and gelatin prints. Create original graphics and make posters, cards, t-shirts, and 3-D assemblages. Campers will take a close look at the works of Andy Warhol and other printmakers in our collection.

    Registration for this week has closed


    June 26–30
    Set the Stage
    Mini Marionettes

    Get inspired in the galleries and bring a work of art to life using puppets. Campers will write a script, create a variety of puppets, and build a theatre to perform their show at the end of the week for family and friends!

    Registration for this week has closed


    July 10–14
    Zoom In, Zoom Out
    Mini Masterpieces

    Take a look at the large and the small of the art world. Get to know every inch of the High by looking closely and taking a step back—it’s all about perspective! Campers will create large-scale works of art and tiny masterpieces, paying close attention to details. We’ll learn about scale, perspective, proportion, and optical illusions.
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    Not-Yet-Member Registration
    Aftercare

    July 17–21
    Material World
    Art Scavengers

    Did you know that you can make art out of bottle caps and flip flops? Art materials go way beyond paint and marble! Campers will explore the High’s collection, looking for unexpected materials and everyday objects used in new ways. We will explore a variety of creative materials, including household items, recyclables, found objects, wire, paint, and cardboard to create our own 2-D and 3-D masterpieces.
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    Aftercare

    July 24–28
    Living Color
    Mystery Colors and Rainbow Makers

    Where do colors come from? What is the role of light? Campers will explore the High’s collection and then create a rainbow of artworks in different media. We will learn about color theory, the color wheel, and mixing colors and light.
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