Kids love getting creative at these parent-recommended summer art camps near Dallas! Use our map to find a family favorite art camp near you, where kids will explore fun mediums and create masterpieces to help them remember their summer experience.
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Dallas International School - Summer Enrichment Camp
One Week Sessions
Half & Full Day Options
Lisa R: DIS lets kids craft their perfect day with loads of half day programs that can be mixed and matched. Art offerings include an art workshop conducted in French, sculpture, sewing, and photography, as well as additional introductory art classes for young campers, theater, and music. See the full course catalog for more science, language, and sports programs. Lunch is included at no extra cost for full day students.
Dallas Museum of Art - Summer Art Camps
1 week, half day/full day
Shila: Summer Art Camps at the Dallas Museum of Art offers a one-of-a-kind experience sharing enthusiast lessons in mixed media, fashion, drawing, painting, building, and more. Grouped by age, kids spend time in the galleries and in the open art studio working on projects. There are many unique themes from Fixer Upper to World Travelers to Welcome to HogwARTs - sign up for as many weeks as you'd like to fill a creative summer schedule.
Color Me Empowered - Summer Camp
1 week, half day
Lisa R: These interdisciplinary art classes combine math, writing, and creative problem-solving with art. Classes include Ceramics, Comic Book Creation, Printmaking, Ceramic Glazing, and Animation.
Createria Studios - Summer Art Camps
1 week, half day
Kelly R.: Kids work with different mediums to explore weekly themes like National Parks, space, and famous artists. Each camp finishes with a gallery show on Friday where campers can show off their creations!
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