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summer art camp 2020 is going virtual!

MOCA is excited to offer a new online opportunity for creativity this summer. With MOCA’s virtual Summer Art Camp, you can expect:

  • Live interactions with MOCA educators and other campers
  • Virtual visits to the Museum galleries through video tours
  • Daily lessons in mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture, and printmaking
  • All necessary art supplies and tools conveniently packaged and ready for you

ages

Sessions available for 6-12 year olds.

COST

$100 per weekly session / includes registration & Art Kit

Additional children from the same household may be added at a discounted rate of $40 per child.

*Did you know that Family, Luminary, Avante Garde and Collectors' Circle members receive 15% off camp pricing? Click here to become a member and receive your camp discount today!


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SESSION OPTIONS  

We offer three different sessions that rotate twice throughout the summer. Students should register for each theme only once. Content will be the same for both offerings.


BOLD CITY ART: June 15-19 AND July 13-17

Explore the landscape, culture, and local art scene of Jacksonville for inspiration to create bold mixed media works of art. Campers will interact with some of Jacksonville’s most notable contemporary artists to learn how they do their professional practice.  


SO RETRO: JUNE 22-26 AND JULY 20-24

Kick it old school by looking to the past to learn about artists and movements of the 1960s and 70s that will inspire your own retro creations.


PASSPORT TO ART: July 6 – 10 AND July 27-31

Visit faraway lands to learn about art, craft, and culture from around the globe. Countries to explore include Mexico, Korea, Russia, and more!

 

SCHEDULE

Each camp session will run Monday through Friday. Every day of camp will include live virtual lessons, online interactions with camp staff and other students, as well self-paced work offline. Campers will need to be logged into the online camp platform every day for the live component of camp.

Daily Timeline

9:30 – 10:00 a.m. / Log in and review daily materials (introduction videos, supply list, etc.)

10:00 – 11:30 a.m. / Live MOCA Educator led instruction with entire class

11:30 – 1:00 p.m. / Lunch break and self-paced work

1:00 – 2:00 p.m. / Share progress with instructor and classmates in small groups

2:00 – 3:00 p.m. / Optional: Open studio time with instructor and classmates

 

SUPPLIES

Each camper will need a pencil, scissors, and paper towels or rags for cleanup.  All other necessary supplies and tools for that week’s session will be included in your Art Kit! Each participating child needs their own Art Kit.

Art Kits can be mailed to your home for a $15 fee or picked up from MOCA Jacksonville at no extra cost. Pick up times will be arranged a week before your scheduled session.


PLATFORM

Virtual Summer Art Camp will be hosted through CANVAS, an online classroom environment that is easy to navigate. All of the live lessons and virtual interactions will take place through Zoom video calls.


REFUND POLICY

Your registration and tuition reserve your child’s place in a camp session and allow MOCA Jacksonville to purchase supplies and contract staff. All camp tuition is nonrefundable.

 

BEHAVIOR POLICY

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.


This program is supported in part by the Winfield A. Gartner Memorial Fund for Children's Programs.



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.