The Tampa Museum of Art offers all-day or half-day art camps where campers can create in our newly constructed Vinik Family Education Center, learn in the galleries, and play in the Curtis Hixon playground. Camps for ages 6-8 educate young artists about contemporary and ancient art in a fun and approachable way. Activities ignite a life-long interest in art-making with projects designed to engage our youngest artist with new skills to make each activity fun.
Art activities engage different art processes and help campers learn about different art concepts, such as the basics of color theory and the elements and principles of art – such as pattern, line, color, rhythm and contrast. Camps have different themes based on the Museum’s permanent collection of antiquities, modern and contemporary art, and exhibitions on view in our galleries.
To register for an all-day camp, select an AM camp and a PM camp that take place in the same week.
If your desired camp is full, you may join the waitlist here. Please note, it is not possible to register for waitlists on camps that still have available seats.
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