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Summer Art Camps
Mondays through Fridays, June 25- August 3, & August 20-24:
9:00 am-12:00 pm
7 weeks of fun-filled & creative art projects to make your summer a blast!
5 Day Camps: Members - $155; Non Members - $185
4 Day Camps: Members - $125; Non Members - $155
Early Bird Discount: Register by May 1st to receive $10 off for each week of camp.
Multiple Camp Discount:$10 off each additional camp (multiple discounts apply to one child)
Camps include 1 Noyes t-shirt per camper and art supplies.
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Sand to Sea Art Camp
Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29: 5 days
Ages 6 – 12
Registration deadline: 6/13
A day at the beach in summertime is the focus of this week-long camp celebrating water, sun, wind, sand and sea creatures. Make oil pastel resist paintings, permanent sand castles, sun prints, t-shirts, sand art, shell mosaic mirrors, sculpey sea creatures, windchimes, handmade paper and raffia baskets.
Instructor: Jennie Perez-Martorano
Crazy Clay Art Camp:
Tuesday, July 2 – Friday, July 6: 4 days (No camp on 7/4)
Ages 6 – 12
Registration deadline: 6/20
Kids love clay! Explore its creative possibilities: make a kooky critter, wind chimes, colorful Byzantine medallions, Native American Mimbre-style bowls, print with clay, make beads & lanyards for necklaces or keychains & draw your ideas in a handmade journal. Clay will be glazed & fired.
Instructor: Jenn Boyce
Colonial Kids Art Camp:
Monday, July 9 – Friday, July 13: 5 days
Ages 7 – 13
Registration deadline: 6/27
Go back to a simpler time when kids helped their families make things needed for daily living and for fun. Dip candles, make a leather pouch, write with a quill pen, marbleize paper, bind a book, weave a basket, weave on a loom made from sticks & make some colonial-era toys.
Instructor: Niki Giberson
Art by the Lake Camp:
Monday, July 16 – Friday, July 20: 5 days
Ages 6 – 12
Registration deadline: 7/3
A week of exciting and unique hands-on art projects focusing on creative self-expression: sandcasting sculptures, treasure books, quilling, clay pendants for guys or girls, collage silhouettes, a group mosaic mural, kaleidoscopes, marionettes, fabric prints, and 3 D watercolor painting.
Instructor: Saskia Schmidt
The Art of Nature Camp
Monday, July 23 – Friday, July 27: 5 days
Ages 6 – 12
Registration deadline: 7/11
Have fun making art out of natural materials! Native American crafts: dreamcatchers, walking sticks; Garden Art: "initial" garden, miniature garden; Animal Art: insect mobile, group sea creatures mural; Plant art: pounded flower prints, natural dyes & weavings; & Wood Art: wood block art & 3D wood sculpture.
Instructor: Liz Lichtenstein
Mad Hatter Art Camp
Monday, July 30– Friday, August 3: 5 days
Ages 8 – 12
Registration deadline: 7/18
Take a journey "down the rabbit hole" to make a fantasy creature out of clay, peer "through the looking glass" & create a collage self-portrait, make a miniature "Wonderland" & a plaster fresco depicting your future hopes & dreams. Wear your maddest hat to a Mad Hatter "unbirthday" party.
Instructor: Bonnie Eger
Artsy Kids Camp
Monday, August 20 – Friday, August 24: 5 Days
Registration deadline: 8/3
Exploring and having fun with nature is at the center of this camp for preschoolers. Go on adventures outside (weather permitting), hike an "un-nature" trail to find the things that don't belong in a natural setting, go on a color "hunt", plenty of fun hands-on art projects, story time, snacktime, circle time and more.
Instructor: Barbara Reynolds (of "Free to Be" Nursery School, Stockton State College)
Withdrawal and Refund Policy:
- Withdrawals more than 3 weeks in advance will receive a full refund minus 10%.
- Withdrawals between 3 weeks - 1 week in advance will receive a refund of 50%.
- Withdrawals 1 week or less in advance will receive no refund.
- If the Noyes cancels a class, a full refund will be given.
More About Noyes Museum of Art Stockton College
Opened in 1983 by Fred and Ethel Noyes, the Noyes Museum of Art Stockton College is located on East Lily Lake Road. The museum features a variety of exhibits featuring fine art, crafts and folk art, in addition to hosting a variety of workshops, classes and enrichment programs.
Other events here
- Creative Writing Workshop: Memory in Poetry and Creative Nonfiction February 23, 2013 / March 30, 2013 / April 27, 2013 / May 25, 2013, 10:30 am–12:30 pm