Summer Camp Spotlight: Time for Art at Community Creative Center!

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SummerCamp, Community Creative CenterIf you’re looking for a space where your kids can create and learn about the artistic process, Community Creative Center (CCC), offers classes in clay and pottery, drawing, painting and mosaic art. Our kids have attended CCC classes before and loved them!

This summer, CCC will host Time for Art Summer Camp 2016 for students ages 6-14. Weekly sessions will start on June 6th at the Community Creative Center at Walton Arts Center’s Nadine Baum Studios.

Time for Art campers will use clay, paints, pastels and other creative art media to explore art through the lens of history, nature, science and other awesome subject areas.

Camps are organized into two age groups 6-8 and 9-14 years old. Students may register for morning, afternoon or both camps. ‘All day’ campers need to bring a packed lunch. Lunch supervision, fresh air, and activities are provided.

  • Morning Art Camp is from 9-11:30 am
  • Afternoon Clay Camp is from 12:30-3 pm

There are a variety of camps to choose from, including:

  • animal anticsAmazing Architects
  • Nature Masters
  • World Explorers
  • Brilliant Bookworms
  • Artists in the Laboratory
  • Lost in Space
  • Animal Antics
  • Legends of the Past

Scholarship alert! Please be aware that CCC offers  full and partial scholarships to these camps, so don’t hesitate to reach out and ask if you’re eligible.

For more information about Time for Art, contact Faith Nelson {479.571.2706} or CLICK HERE to visit the website and look over all the options!