Camp Postponement Due to COVID-19

In the interest of being abundantly cautious and following CDC’s recommendations, Young At Art Museum is canceling all camps until March 31st. This includes our One Day Camp on March 17, Spring Art Camps (March 20-27), Spring Break Digital Art Camp and YAA for ALL Spring Camp. For questions please contact artinstitute@youngatartmuseum.org

One Day Camps


School's out, Art's In! Ignite your child's imagination with instructor-led art projects and unleash their playful side as campers exploreour exciting, hands-on exhibitons. Some camps also include interactive workshops with professional artists, outdoor play days, movie days and more!

Ages 3-5, 5-6 & 6-12
9am-5pm
(Extended Care Available)

$55 per day for YAA Members
$60 per day for Non-Members

$15 per day Extended care (8-9am & 5-6pm)
$8 per day morning snack, lunch & afternoon snack

Friday, April 10 | Underwater Self-Portrait | 9am-5pm

Get ready to make a splash inspired by street artist Blub. Celebrate H2O day by creating an underwater self-portrait.

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Summer Art Camp

June 1 - Aug 18 | 9am-5pm (Extended Care Available)

Registration Open Now!

Art Exploration
June 1 - Aug 18
Ages 3-4 & 5-12

Digital Arts
June 8 - Aug 14
Ages 8-14

Video Game Design
June 22- July 31
Ages 9-14

Ceramics & Sculpture
June 8-19 & June 22-July 3
Ages 8-14

Drawing
July 6-10 & Aug 3-7
Ages 8-14

Cosplay Fashion
July 20-31
Ages 10-16

Painting
July 13-17 & Aug 10-14
Ages 8-14

YAA for ALL
June 15- Aug 17
Ages 5-13


Special Discounts

*Discounts can only be redeemed in person and cannot be combined.

• 10% OFF when you also register a sibling!
• $100 OFF when you register and pay in full for any 4 or more weeks of Summer Camp* *Offer only valid for one child’s registration and expires April 17, 2020.

Night Camp
Ages 5-12 | 6-11pm

Enjoy a night on the town while your child enjoys it with YAA! Kids have a blast with games, art activities, museum exploration, a movie and more! Bring your child with their favorite pillow and their coolest PJs and let them meet new friends in a stimulating, creative environment where you know they'll be safe and entertained.

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Other Registration Methods

•   Click here to download our One Day Camps registration form
•   Click here to download our Summer Camps registration form
    email form to ArtInstitute@YoungAtArtMuseum.org
•   Call 954-424-5031

Online registration ends at 2pm the day prior to any given camp to ensure proper registration. Walk-in registrations are still available, however, some camps have a limited capacity. Please call and confirm availability of a desired camp to ensure space.


Options & Info
 Extended Care
• $70 per week
8 - 9am and 5 - 6pm
• Campers dropped off before 8:45am or picked up after 5:00pm
  will automatically be charged $15 daily
 Lunch & Snack
• Available for purchase: $40 weekly, Fridays only $8
• Weekly lunch order form is due 1 week prior to first day of each session
• If not purchasing museum lunch and snack, please send your child
  with a labeled, non-perishable lunch & 2 nutritious snacks daily
 Camp T-Shirt
• T-Shirts are available for purchase at the Museum Store for $12 plus tax
 Terms & Conditions
• Pre-registration is required at least one week in advance of the start of
  the session with a 50% deposit.
• The full balance must be paid by the first day of the session.
• No refunds, transfer or make-ups for absences, withdrawals,
  no-shows or dismissals allowed.
• Campers must turn minimum age before the session in which
  they are registered begins.
• Campers must be at least 3 years of age and potty trained.
• Campers are grouped by age.*
  *The museum will not promise the pairing of students.
 FAQs & Resources

For answers to Frequently Asked Camp Questions click here
For YAA's Art Camp Social Story click here


YAA for ALL

Summer Art Exploration Camp

Ages 5-13 (K-6 Grade) | June 15 - Aug 7
8am-4pm (No Extended Care)

YAA for ALL Art Exploration Camp provides a full day art program for children with varying exceptionalities during the Spring and Summer School Breaks. Camp will support children in exploring various types of art through a hands-on curriculum that can be modified to meet each child’s needs. Time will be spent exploring the museum’s galleries, interacting with Special Guest Artists, Movie Days, and Library Exploration. YAA for ALL teachers will be ESE certified and accommodations will be implemented by a team of ESE professionals.

YAA for ALL Art Exploration Camp cannot support children who display aggressive behaviors, physically harm themselves or others, or leave the camp group during transitions or museum activities.

Fees to be determined

YAA for ALL Camp Requirements:
Diagnosed with a developmental disability, including but not limited to: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, visual impairment and other disabilities.
• Is comfortable in open spaces with a variety of stimuli
• Capable of staying with a group
• Ability to participate in small and large groups
• Responds to and will follow basic group instructions
• Is fully potty trained and can use the restroom facilities without assistance

Exclusions:
• Continuously elopes/ runs away
• Ongoing physical aggression- towards others or him/herself
• Needs one-on-one attention
• Uses improper language and behaviors
• Needs assistance going to the bathroom

Camp Information & Details
 Group Size/ Teacher Ratio
Each Art Exploration camp group has a maximum of 20 students. A maximum of five spaces per age group (5-6, 6-7, 8-13) will be reserved for YAA for ALL campers. Children are grouped in clusters by age/ grade: 5-6, 6- 7, 8-13 within the general population in Art Exploration Camps, utilizing an inclusion model. Each class will have the Primary Art Educator, an ESE Specialist, and YAA trained teen volunteers. The ESE specialist will be in charge of the YAA for ALL cluster of campers. All campers will engage in the same art experiences, museum exploration, special guest artists, lunch and play together. The museum will not promise pairing of campers.
 Registration/ Intake Process
A pre-screening form will be sent to all who are interested in the YAA for ALL Program. Once the pre-screening form is reviewed, parents will be notified if they are to attend an in-person family interview with both the parents and child- possible participant. This process helps to identify a group of children who will function together as a cluster within an Art Exploration Classroom and if a child’s camp experience will be fun, exciting and safe. After the Interview process if both the parents and interviewer agree that the child would enjoy YAA for ALL Camp, then Registration Forms are sent. Registration Forms and a 50% deposit must be remitted in order to save the child’s spot.
 Therapist Visits
YAA encourages therapists to visit and observe YAA for ALL campers in a social setting. Therapists are allowed to work with YAA for ALL Campers in the museum galleries and classrooms. If the therapist requires the child to leave the camp environment, parent authorization must be obtained and the therapist listed as “authorized to pick up”. At such time, the therapist must sign the child out and sign the child back into camp using the regular sign in and out procedures. Once therapist signs out the child YAA relinquishes responsibility of said child and child is under the care and supervision of the therapist, who may leave premises of the Museum, if he/she deems fit. All therapist visits must be pre-arranged and confirmed with the camp director at least 24 hours in advance. This form will serve as an on-going authorization for therapy visits. A copy of the therapist driver’s license will be kept on file.

Pre-Screening Questionnaire

Download and complete our Pre-Screening Questionnaire
then email to artinstitute@ayoungatartmuseum.org