Spring Break Art Camp
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The House of Art Creative Camp
April 4 - April 8
Monday - Friday, 10am - 1:30pm
Suggested age of Art Groms: 7yrs - 14yrs
Building self-confidence through an engaging, explorative creative week-long workshop using multi-mediums in the art world. The Encinitas House of Art program has been developed by creative directors, artists and designers to encourage the love of art and application of providing mental/emotional tools to embrace life's obstacles. This is where imagination, creativity and hope safely cultivates.
(have a sibling or friend that wants to join but doesn't fit the age range? depending on their abilities, they can join!)
Our indoor / outdoor bungalow setting is perfect for a unique week of art. Get a glimpse of the space HERE
Please let us know if there are friends attending the same week that are approved to be seated together (quara'team'ed) **Is your art grom able to safely sit with friends &/or their pod that is joining? Let us know beforehand so we can arrange their table together. Otherwise, each sign up will be sitting at their own designated area.
There is a download at purchase with additional info/waiver docs (page 12-13 are to be collected at time of drop off on 1st day.) This download will be sent to the email address provided at checkout.
Things to Know:
- Very limited spots available - please let us know if there are friends art groms can share a table with
- Masks are optional, but please have them with you
- The adventures can get messy (and colorful!) please dress accordingly
- All release sheets must be signed prior to event
- Bring a water bottle
- Bring a packed lunch for the "lunch lounge"
- Please wear sunscreen
- Please dress for the weather! :) Our barn door, windows and all exterior doors remain open for open-air flow.
Rain or shine!
If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our studio space has been modified with precautions adjusting to the threat of Covid19.
This includes keeping all doors and windows open for health-approved air flow.
We have developed guidelines based on the CDC’s recommendations, and will provide those documents. While we respect CDC guidelines, we continue to better elevate our sanitation practices through actual experience. W Our space has been created and exists to foster creativity and build confidence in those that walk through our doors. It is here for fun and enjoyment. Respect of our neighbors and rules is upmost. In order to keep such a charming lil’ eclectic studio, we ask you honor these simple guidelines during this very fluid time. We love you, with a heaping side of airhugs!