A Girl Focuses on Her Project at Art Camp

Drop in for a day or more of art

MOCA Jacksonville provides half-day and full-day sessions for kindergarten through fifth grade students during spring break. Experienced art educators teach a variety of media and skills while providing the contemporary art history context for each project.

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March 11-15, 2019


9 a.m.-1 p.m.: $25 each day

9 a.m.-5 p.m.: $50 each day

*Family, Luminary, Avante Garde and Collectors' Circle members receive 15% off camp pricing.


Monday, March 11 // Tall Tales 

Students draw inspiration from folktales, legends, and stories to make artworks that tell a tale. 

Tuesday, March 12 // Micro-Macro 

Students view MOCA's featured exhibition Micro-Macro: Andrew Sendor and Ali Banisadr and create their own works inspired by the featured artists. 

Wednesday, March 13 // Fibers & Textiles 

Students practice fiber techniques, including sewing, to craft artworks that feature yarn, fabric, felt, and other textured materials. 

Thursday, March 14 // Observing Nature 

Students look to nature for inspiration to create their own painting, sculpture, and collage. 

Friday, March 15 // Turn Back Time

Students learn about the past to create art projects inspired by major movements and artist from art history. 



Your registration and tuition reserve your child’s place in a camp session and allow MOCA Jacksonville to purchase supplies and contract staff. At our discretion, camp tuition may be refundable up to two weeks before a registered session. After this point, no refunds can be made.


Your child will be in an intensive, studio-based art-making camp experience, using materials in a safe and creative manner. Some materials may be permanent so please remember to “dress for mess."

LUNCH, snacks and fieldtrips

Campers must bring snacks and lunches daily, including beverages. MOCA cannot provide refrigeration or microwaves. Trips may be made to nearby galleries, Hemming Park, or the Main Library next door for lunch or programs that parallel the art curriculum of the session. Campers will be supervised at all times while outside of the classroom. Please provide sunscreen


No violence or aggressive behavior of any kind will be tolerated, including but not limited to, threatening behavior, destructiveness, inappropriate language, verbal or written threats, harassment, verbal abuse, physical abuse, or disruptive or inappropriate behavior. A camper who exhibits violent or aggressive behavior will be suspended immediately for the day, and parents will be contacted. If the behavior persists, the camper will be asked to leave the camp program until the following year. All camp fees are nonrefundable once a session has begun.


  • Please use the shoulder on Duval Street between Main Street and Laura Street for dropping off and picking up students. A MOCA educator will be present to check children in and out of the Museum.
  • Students may only leave the premises of MOCA Jacksonville with those who have been authorized ahead of time.
  • Any student picked up or dropped off outside of Art Camp's designated hours is subject to a $10 fee per instance. 

Hello There

Staff Profile Kiersten Lampe

Kiersten Lampe

J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Educator for Family and Children’s Programs

Kiersten Lampe graduated in 2014 from the University of Florida where she received her bachelor's degree in art history. Prior to working at MOCA Jacksonville, she served as the learning and engagement assistant at the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she developed and facilitated educational programs for children and families. Lampe moved back to Florida and began working at MOCA in 2015 as the outreach coordinator. She coordinates and supervises MOCA's winter, spring, and summer Art Camp. Lampe also serves as a Museum educator for family and children's programming.