Spring Break Arts Camp 2018
April 2nd – 6th | Ages: 7 -11 years old | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Deer Lick Park (2105 Mack Road, Douglasville, GA 30135)
The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/ Douglas County and the Douglas County Department of Parks and Recreation join forces once again to offer the fifteenth annual intensive arts camp at Deer Lick Park, during spring break, from Monday, April 2nd through Friday, April 6th. Children, 7 – 11 years old, will spend a productive spring break exploring a wide variety of art disciplines with four expert and experienced teaching artists – Nicole Hale (visual art), Cristhtian Perez-Molina (2D & mixed media), Joi Jamison (dance) and Courtnee Miles (theater).
The goal of the Spring Break Arts Camp is to encourage and reveal the talents of every student to highlight the impact the arts have on young children in developing their creative skills, social interactions and cultural awareness.
Fees for the week are $125 for the first child ($115 for CAC members) with a $5 dollar discount for siblings. Camp runs from 9 am – 4 pm with an early drop off and late pick-up option for an additional fee of $10 daily. Space is limited, so don’t delay! Registration can be done in person or online below. For more information on getting your child registered contact the Cultural Arts Council at 770.949.2787.
During the Spring Break Arts Camp, artists will work with each student on specific projects within their discipline that reflect and expand on a common theme addressed by all the teachers. Note: Students are placed in assigned groups according to their age and will see all teachers daily.
The camp concludes with a Celebration of Success – a small reception to take place on Friday, April 6th, from 5 – 6 pm, to which the public is invited. Attendees at the Celebration of Success will have the opportunity to witness a memorable performance featuring the music, dance and drama skills learned during the week as well as the student’s artwork in a temporary exhibit put together by the visual arts teachers.
The 2018 Spring Break Arts Camp is made possible with the support from the GreyStone Power Foundation.