Summer Camp June-July 2024 Youth Page

 June 17-21 “Forest” 9-3pm, ages 8-12

 June 24-28 “Farm” 9-3pm, ages 8-12

 July 1-5, “Ocean” 9-2pm, ages 4-7

Sing and Shine Camp 2022

   Sing, Dance, Play, Paint, Craft & Create!

3 weeks of themed camps to choose from

June 17-21 FOREST THEME, 9-3pm, ages 8-12 yrs $300

June 24-28 FARM THEME, 9-3pm, ages: 8-12yrs $300

July 1st-5th OCEAN THEME, 9-2pm, ages: 4-7yrs $300

Register HERE!

Sample day for Forest Week

  • 9- Drop-off & check-in group gameplay
  • 10- Fairy house building
  • 10:30-Snack (provided by camp)
  • 11-Forest themed science experiment
  • 12:30-Lunch & hangout 
  • 1:30- Adventure stations: fairy wing making, telling campfire stories, or woodland creature drawing
  • 2:45- Clean up and end of the day gameplay
  • 3-Pick up

*Note at the end of each week we will have a parent showcase where we will present our visual and performing art

After school kids art

Mira Bruce-Low 

 A student at Cal Poly SLO majoring in child development, Mira’s passion is working with kids! At home, she loves to babysit, tutor, and help with elementary school performing arts. At Cal Poly, she is also involved in the child development club, and volunteers at the local children’s museum as well as the preschool on campus. The arts have also always been a huge part of her life, and she can’t wait to share her passion for performing, directing, and writing with the kids this summer.

 Mae McCarthy

 An art student at Rhode Island School of Design. Mae’s passion is visual art ranging from illustration to painting to puppets to set design and everything in between. She’s designed many shows and loves making stories come to life through her art. Apart from school and set design,   she’s also entered pieces into the National Scholastic Awards. She’s excited to teach the kids how to use different mediums and techniques to make their vision come true!

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Artaluma is a non-profit organization

COSTS: Our greatest hope is to keep ARTALUMA’s class fees affordable with donations/grants/sponsorships from our community. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Imagination Foundation for the Arts Tax ID #20-1867951