Ages 4 – 12: Half Day Camps at the Anderson Arts Center
Ages 6 – 12: Full Day Camps at the Anderson Arts Center
Ages 6 – 12: Off-Site Camps in Anderson County
Ages 13 – 18: Teen classes at the Anderson Arts Center
Campers are served a light snack each day – in the morning and in the afternoon. Special dietary requirements should be arranged in advance. Please alert the staff to any allergies!
Half day camps at the Arts Warehouse:
8:00am – 12:00 noon
Full day camps at the Arts Warehouse:
8:00am – 5:00pm
Full day campers must bring a bag lunch with a drink Monday through Thursday. Pizza party will be provided on Friday!
Camps fill up fast! We encourage you to register as soon as possible. Each student must have a completed registration form. All camps are subject to minimum and maximum enrollment. Class registrations must be received five business days before the beginning class date. Registrations received after that date will be charged a $15 late fee. AAC members receive the lower tuition rate listed for each camp. To become a member and take advantage of the discounted rate, please select a membership level and add it to your registration form. Enrollees will only be contacted in the event of class cancellation.
Age restrictions are necessary for the safety and enjoyment of all students. Students must meet the minimum age requirement before the start of the camp session.
The Arts Center is not responsible for any injuries that occur during class. Students are expected to follow all safety instructions.
We accept, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, checks, or cash. Credit card registrations may be completed on our website, by phone or mail. Please do not mail cash. Cash is accepted, in person at the Arts Center.
Half Day Camp Fees: $85 members / $95 non-members
Full Day Camp Fees: $135 members / $155 non-members
Off-Site Camp Fees: $40 members / $50 non-members
Teen Classes Fees: $65 members / $75 non-members
Save money by joining the Anderson Arts Center!
Student Membership, $25 or Family Membership, $50
Note: A limited number of scholarships are available for students. Contact Tracy Weiss for information and application.
Please contact Tracy Weiss for information.
Week 1: June 11-15
Iconic and Everyday Sightseeing in NYC
We’ll start our summer in NY City by hopping on a double-decker bus tour, creating based on iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Times Square, Yankee Stadium, Rockefeller Center, and the Empire State Building. Everyday items found in the Big Apple are some of the most important artifacts and instances of memorable design. We will spend time discovering everyday objects that are some of the most important artifacts and instances of memorable design in the Big Apple too!
Week 2: June 18-22
Nature in New York
When we think of big cities we think of concrete and skyscrapers but NY City also is home to America’s earliest natural attractions. We will explore the granddaddy of all New York’s natural attractions and wonders, Niagara Falls, the largest waterfall throwing 1.5 million gallons of water off the falls every second. We will explore the botanical side of New York: Central Park, The Floral District and the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. This week is about finding out where art and nature come together.
Week 3: June 25-29
The Wild Side of NY
After checking out the green side of NY City the natural next stop is the animals. The City is home to several zoos: the Bronx Zoo, Central Park and Tisch Children’s Zoo and Prospect Park Zoo. This week we will make art based on the beautiful animals that know this city as home.
Week 4: July 9-13
It’s a Small World
One of the major features of New York City is its incredible cultural diversity. This week we will be exploring some of the most populous ethnic neighborhoods in the city through customs, food for the body and art, food for the soul.
Week 5: July 16-20
New York City is well known as one of the fashion capitals of the world and the root of that is in the Garment District. This week we will explore the art of fashion and fibers. From weaving fibers and dyeing and printing and sewing fabric to fashion design and photography it’s all art.
Week 6: July 23-27
From MOMA to Graffiti
Art is everywhere in New York City from museums to galleries to street art; from masterworks to the art of everyday people. This week is the most self-indulgent yet. We will dive in to the vibrant visual art scene and artists of NY City and be inspired to create.
Week 7: July 30-August 3
From Broadway to Street Performers
Art is everywhere in New York City from Opera Houses and Broadway shows to community theaters and music venues to people on the streets performing for passersby. The Performing Arts include singing, dancing, acting and playing musical instruments. A lot also goes into performance art backstage. We will explore the visual art of props, costumes, masks, and make-up, lighting and promotion.
Week 8: August 6-10
As We Live and Move
We wrap up our summer in New York City with art focused on the architecture and transportation of New York City. Nothing says NY quite like the skyline, the subway, Yellow Taxis, The Ferry and the bridges. This week we will focus on form through sculpture in a variety of materials.
Off-Site Camps are in addition to the Anderson Arts Center Warehouse based camps and take place at different library site locations in Anderson County.
All Off-Site Camps are 9:30am-12:30pm
WE'D LOVE FOR YOU TO JOIN US!
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HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday - Friday
9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday - Sunday
The Anderson Arts Center strives to meet the cultural needs of our diverse community through local and national exhibits, comprehensive arts programming for all ages, and community based public art projects.
Funding assistance provided by the Anderson County and City Accommodations Tax Fund and by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.