Top Arts & Crafts Camps in Omaha
Step aside Picasso. Move over Martha Stewart. We’ve got a new generation of awesome arts and crafts experts. Let your kids & their creativity run wild at the top arts and crafts camps in your local community. Whether your kids like painting, drawing, ceramics, or film ChatterBlock is your one stop resource for the most creative camps in town.
Omaha Christian Academy offers week-long programs all summer with Christ-centered instruction. Each week features different theme, from sports to academics, art, and more.
Some of the art themes are "Artful Antics", Night at the Museum", "Medieval Mischief", and "Globetrotters".
Arts For All's week-long summer camp themes are quite unique. These camps include Sidewalk Art (sidewalk creations & group projects), World Art (Cave art, Egyptian Art, Impressionism, etc), and 3D Sculpture (using various mediums).
Camps sessions are suitable for ages 6-7, 8-9, and 10-12.
Summer Art Camp 2016 offers an exploration of art projects. The goal is to complete projects that will produce personal satisfaction within your child through creative expression. Children will be working with pottery painting, Mosaics, wet clay, canvas painting and glass fusing. 1, 3 and 4 day sessions are offered. Ask about sibling discounts.
At Adventure in Art's Camps, your kids will NOT get bored. Camps are offered as either a three day Mini Camp, or a week-long Fun Fest, both filled with painting, drawing, pottery, jewelry and weaving.
Best of all each week ends with a gallery show and reception featuring the campers' artwork.
OCM offers age-appropriate summer camps for kids ages 2 through 8. Camp themes include Adventures in Storybook Land, Mini-Masterpiece Mania, Pet Vet, Grossology, Secret Spy Academy and more. Camps are all 1-week long in half-day sessions.
If you didn’t discover an awesome art class from the list above, ChatterBlock has hundreds of other cool camps and classes that your kids will absolutely adore. Check out our “Camps and Classes” page for more details.
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