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Summer Art Camp 2017

The Harn Museum of Art offers 8 weeks of summer art camps, June 5 through August 4, for children ages 7-11. A variety of themes and art techniques are offered. For more information, email or call 352.392.9826 x2112. Children signed up for a full day of camps should bring a lunch and will have a supervised lunch hour in between camps.

Half-day fees: $150 ($130 Harn members)
Full-day fees: $290 ($250 Harn members)

Download a registration form.

July 10 - 14

Festivals and Celebrations
9 am - noon
Discover art from celebrations around the world, and create festive objects such as masks, musical items, textiles and more. 

Painting Lab (Class Full)
1 - 4 pm
Dive into color and paint, paint, paint! Learn how artists create visual tricks with color and the science behind them.

July 17 - 21

Off the Wall--Sculpture Studio
9 am - noon
Get inspired by contemporary sculpture then experiment with non-traditional materials and techniques to create artwork.

Abstract Expressions
1 - 4 pm
Explore color, line, pattern and texture along with a variety of techniques to create abstract works inspired by master artists.

July 24 - 28

Paper Magic (Class Full)
9 am - noon
Fold it, mold it, make it pop! Experiment with the magic of creating 3-dimensional artwork from paper.

Artist Books A-Z (Class Full)
1 - 4 pm
From pulp to page, make your own paper and create an entire book, using a variety of art techniques such as relief sculpture, printmaking, collage and more.

July 31 - August 4

Storytelling in Art (Class Full)
9 am - noon
Discover how images communicate and explore fun ways to tell stories using visual art.

Mini Mania, Massive Fun (Class Full)
1 - 4 pm
Explore size and scale in art, and create of works from mini to massive.






Contact Layne Thue-Bludworth at 352.392.9826 x2112 or via email:

Note: The Harn Museum of Art offers Art Camps for kids during school breaks. Each camp offers gallery explorations, art instruction and fun art-making projects.


Student Projects

Examples from Spring Break Camp 2015

View projects by our Spring Break Campers on the Harn Paper Play Blog.




Harn Voices

It was the combination of instructor and techniques that made camp such a good experience.  


Summer Camp Parent