Join us for a summer of exploring our nation’s natural treasures, our National Parks! One of
them is right here in South Carolina! Each week will feature fantastic National Parks in a
specific geographic location and a look at artwork created to celebrate and promote them.
We will have a great time getting messy and creative with our own masterpieces inspired by the
beauty and biodiversity of the parks that we have learned about. We will work on age
appropriate projects with all kinds of materials and in several mediums including: Drawing,
Painting, Clay, Collage, Printmaking, Fibers, 3-D Non-Clay Sculpture and Design.

Join us this summer for one week of studio art making with professional local artists. This is open to teens ages 13-18 of all skill levels regardless of previous experience who are serious about pursuing art.

Off-Site Camps are in addition to the Anderson Arts Center Warehouse based camp.

Study music, theatre, and visual art all in one action-packed camp week!

This camp is a unique partnership between the Anderson Arts Center, Market Theatre, and Sounds of Carolina – all housed in the downtown Arts Center Warehouse! The week will culminate with a wrap party, gallery opening and performance showcase on Friday afternoon. This is open to kids of all skill levels regardless of previous experience.

Registration Information

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 by 5pm on the Friday before the beginning camp date. Registrations
received after that 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 camp. Students are expected to follow
all safety instructions.

We accept, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, checks, or cash. Registrations may be completed on our
website.

Ages
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 6 – 12: Multi-Arts Camp at the Anderson Arts Center
Ages 13 – 18: C. R. E. A. T. E. Workshop

Rates
Half Day Camp Fees: $100 members / $120 non-members
Full Day Camp Fees: $150 members / $170 non-members
Off-Site Camp Fees: $50 members / $60 non-members
Multi- Arts Camp Fees: $190 members / $210 non-members
C.R.E.A.T.E Workshop Fees: $130 members / $150 non-members

Times
Half day camps at the Arts Warehouse: 8:00 am – 12:00 noon
Full day camps at the Arts Warehouse: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Off-site Camp Creative: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Multi – Arts Camp: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
C.R.E.A.T.E Workshop: 12:15 pm – 5:30 pm

Snacks
Snacks are NOT provided this year due to the increase in allergies. Campers are encouraged to bring their own snacks and water for the day!

Lunches
Full day Summer at the National Parks campers must bring a bag lunch with a drink Monday through Thursday. Pizza party will be provided on Friday!

Scholarship Information

Limited Art Camp Scholarships are available for all camps. Please fill out the Scholarship Application listed below and email to tracyw@andersonarts.org.

C.R.E.A.T.E. Workshop Scholarship Application 2020 (002)

Summer at the Museums and Off-Site Camp Creative Scholarship Application 2020

CAMP REGISTRATION

Week 1: June 8th-12th

National Parks of the Northeast:
Acadia – Maine, Cuyahoga Valley – Ohio, Shenandoah – Virginia

Multi-Arts Camp June 15th - June 19th

One week of arts instruction and creativeness in visual art, theater and music! This is open to kids 6-12 yrs of all skill levels regardless of previous experience.

Week 2: June 22nd-26th

National Parks of the Southeast:
Everglades, Dry Tortugas & Biscayne – Florida, Great Smoky Mountains – North Carolina, Congaree – South Carolina

Week 3: July 6th-10th

National Parks of the Northwest
Yellowstone – Idaho, Montana & Wyoming, Glacier – Montana, Grand Teton – Wyoming, Crater Lake – Oregon, & Mount
Rainier, North Cascades & Olympic – Washington

Week 4: July 13th-17th

National Parks of the Southwest:

Yosemite, Sequoia, Redwood, Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Channel Islands, Kings Canyon, & Lassen Volcanic – California Grand
Canyon, Petrified Forest & Saguaro – Arizona Great Basin – Nevada Carlsbad Caverns – New Mexico Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol
Reef, Canyon lands & Zion – Utah

C.R.E.A.T.E. Workshop July 20th - 24th

Monday- Friday, 12:15-5:30 PM

Visual Art: Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media, Ceramics, Digital Art/Movie Making

Week 5: July 27th-31st

National Parks of the Northern Midwest:
Isle Royale – Michigan Voyageurs – Minnesota Theodore Roosevelt – North Dakota Badlands & Wind Cave – South Dakota

Off-Site Camp Creative July 27th - 31st

Pendleton: Pendleton Branch Library,  9:30am – 12:30pm

Week 6: August 3rd-7th

National Parks of the Southern Midwest:
Hot Springs – Arkansas Rocky Mountain, Mesa Verde, Great Sand Dunes & Black Canyon of the Gunnison – Colorado Mammoth
Cave – Kentucky Great Smoky Mountains – Tennessee Guadalupe Mountains & Big Bend – Texas

WE'D LOVE FOR YOU TO JOIN US!

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Anderson, SC 29625
864.222.2787
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HOURS OF OPERATION

Tuesday - Friday
9:30am - 5:30pm

Saturday - Sunday
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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.