This summer the Art School is offering a variety of unique camps to capture the interest of any young artist. Having your child participate in our summer camps is a great way for them to think creatively, practice their problem solving skills, and have fun!
CMA Scholarships are awarded based on financial need. This scholarship is available to students ages 4 to 18. This scholarship will allow a student to attend a summer camp of their choice at the Columbia Museum of Art. Applicants must reside in the state of South Carolina.
Click here to download the scholarship application.
Lunch Buddies Camp! When noted by the lunch box icon, campers can stay from morning camp until afternoon camp. Lunch Buddies bring their own brown bag lunch and must be registered for morning and afternoon camp and pay a $25 fee.
For morning camps, drop-off begins at 8:30 a.m. and pick-up is at noon. For afternoon camps, drop-off begins at 12:45 p.m. and pick-up is at 4:00 p.m. All camps include a snack. Please note that pre-registration is required for all programs and fees are non-refundable. Parents must complete the following forms at least a week prior to the start date of each camp: Safety Waiver, Emergency Contact Form and Authorization to Pick-up Form.
Head 'em up, move 'em out! Blaze trails through the Museum while experiencing the thrills of the Wild West and create pieces based on the western frontier.
Explore the Pop and Optical Art genres through a variety of materials and techniques.
Scissors? Check! Markers? Check! Paintbrush? Check! Learn the basics of what it takes to create great art. Focus on shapes, colors, and other elements of art to prepare for the school year ahead.
Draw, paint, and print all of the amazing creatures on exhibit at the CMA!
Design and create fashion accessories with a variety of simple and fun techniques. The final day of camp features a fashion show!
Join us for an exploration of ancient myths and legends. Explore artwork inspired by the stories of Greece, Rome, and Egypt and complete mythology-based projects of your own.
Big canvases that isinspired by the exhibition, Animal Instinct: Paintings by Shelley Reed. Learn how to build, stretch, and prepare your own canvas. Then, go big with some paintings to match!