Summer Arts Camp 2014

Summer Arts Camp 2014Bring out the artist and performer in your child with visual, performing, and interdisciplinary programs at Summer Arts Camp. Each session of camp ends with a performance or an exhibition of artwork, because children flourish when they put the skills they’ve learned into practice.

The empowering feeling of watching it all come together builds leadership skills, confidence, and critical thinking. Most importantly, children have fun and make memories that will last a lifetime.

We offer a variety of programs to suit your child’s interests and skill level:

A limited number of partial scholarships are available through our Arts Outreach Program for qualifying families. Download the Scholarship Application Request form for details.

Hallandale teens may be eligable for a unique scholarship opportunity. Download the 2014 Hallandale Scholarship Application for more information.

Young Actors and Young ArtistsSummer Arts Camp 2014

Ages 6 – 12

This summer camp is always a favorite with kids and their parents. Families may choose half- or full-day sessions. Campers staying all day must bring a non-perishable bag lunch and two snacks. Choose the morning and/or afternoon session. Sessions 2, 4, and 5 feature curriculum inspired by Lego®. $300 members/$325 non-members for half day or $400 members/$425 non-members for full day, per session.

Session 1 June 9 – June 20 Disco Dinos
Session 2 June 23 – July 3* Monster Mania!
Session 3 July 7 – July 18 Birds of a Feather….Create Together
Session 4 July 21 – Aug. 1 Super Heroes Unite!
Session 5    Aug. 4 – Aug. 15    Yikes! Reptiles Everywhere!

Young Actors

9 am – noon

Students enrolled in “Young Actors” participate in drama, improvisation, storytelling, music, movement, basic set design, and costume design, all inspired by a different theme each session. Each session culminates with a stage presentation for family and friends. Camp Location: Art and Culture Center Arts School, 1626 Harrison Street

Young Artists

1 – 4 pm

Students enrolled in “Young Artists” explore drawing, painting, mixed media, printmaking, clay, and a lot more inspired by a different theme each session. Each session culminates with an exhibition for family and friends. Camp Location: Art and Culture Center Arts School, 1626 Harrison Street

Summer Arts Camp 2014Littlest Actors and Littlest Artists

Ages 4 – 5

You asked and we listened! This year we will be offering a summer camp program for our littlest actors or littlest artists. Families may choose half- or full-day sessions. Campers staying all day must bring a non-perishable bag lunch, two snacks, and a rest mat. Choose the morning and/or afternoon session. $300 members/$325 non-members for half day or $400 members/$425 non-members for full day, per session.

Session 1 June 9 – June 20 Zany Zoo
Session 2 June 23 – July 3* Beach Bonanza

Littlest Actors

9 am – noon

Students enrolled in “Littlest Actors” will participate in drama, storytelling, music, and movement all inspired by a different theme each session. Each session will culminate with a final sharing of music and movement by campers for family and friends! Camp Location: ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young Circle

Littlest Artists

1 – 4 pm

Students enrolled in “Littlest Artists” will be introduced to drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture and a lot more inspired by a different theme each session. Each session will culminate in a final sharing of creations by campers for family and friends. Camp Location: ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young Circle

Young Artists AdvancedSummer Arts Camp 2014

Ages 10 – 15

This program is for the student who has enrolled in the Young Artist program with us in the past or would like to focus on learning more advanced techniques. Students enrolled in these 2 week-long, full-day programs will take their art-making skills to the next level. Participating students will be given a portfolio to add their work to as their artistic abilities take flight. Students will also explore the curatorial process as they assist in framing, mounting and designing the session’s final exhibition. $400 members/$425 non-members. Camp Location: ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young Circle.

New this year: Campers will experience local art focused excursions to galleries, be introduced to prestigious art professionals, and meet skilled local artists who will discuss and critique student work. Each session culminates in an exhibition for family and friends.

Session 1: July 7 – July 18, 9 am – 4 pm

This exciting program will teach students the base techniques in drawing, cartooning, and expressing their own stories while developing skills through a wide variety of exercises using various art forms. 

Session 2: July 21 – Aug. 1, 9 am – 4 pm

This program will focus on the fundamentals of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art. Students will become familiar with the use of line, form, color, and balance through working with materials such as paint, charcoal, clay, and more.

Summer Arts Camp 2014Broadway Actors

Ages 8 – 17

This popular full-day camp immerses students in both the performing and visual arts. Campers study acting, voice, movement, improvisation, costume design, set design, and technical design. They gain skills in character development, projection, articulation, creative thinking, problem solving, concentration, sketch design, and artistic creation. This exciting journey culminates in a “Junior Broadway” production at the 500-seat Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, located at US-1 and Monroe Street (each camper receives two free tickets for family and friends). $750 members/$800 non-members, per session. Camp Location: Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe Street (US1 and Monroe St.)

Summer Arts Camp 2014

Due to the ensemble format of this program and the heightened expectations of the final performance, participants must meet minimum attendance requirements and commit to dress and tech rehearsals, as well as the final performance. Campers must bring a non-perishable bag lunch and two snacks.

Session 1: Hairspray, Junior

June 9 – July 3*, 9 am – 4 pm
Performance at 5 pm on July 3

Session 2: Aladdin, Junior

July 14 – August 8, 9 am – 4 pm
Performance at 5 pm on August 8

Summer Arts Camp 2014Hip Musicians’ Percussion Groove

Ages 8 – 15

Campers will enjoy a week of drum-sational fun by learning and performing rhythms from around the world on a variety of percussion instruments. Students will create rhythms, recognize a variety of beats, and discover how to turn almost anything into a functioning drum! They will create their own percussion instrument and have an opportunity to meet and play with local drumming artists. Curriculum also introduces campers to music theory and music appreciation. Session culminates in a pulsating concert for family and friends. $225 members/$250 non-members. Camp Location: Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe Street (US 1 and Monroe St.)

July 7 – July 11, 9 am – 4 pm
Performance at 4 pm on July 11

Raves about Summer Arts Camp

The Center’s arts education programs for youth inspire the creativity in children; strengthen the family bond; and grow awareness of the arts as an essential resource in a child’s social development and academic success. Research shows that children who participate regularly in the arts improve their attention span, learn more quickly, and develop higher level critical thinking skills. They also have fun.

Summer Arts Camp is funded in part by the Florida Theatrical Association and Law Enforcement Trust Funds from the Hollywood Police Department. Reduced tuition scholarships are funded in part by the Adele Youngstrom Charitable Fund, Publix Super Markets Charities, and a Community Partnership Grant from the City of Hallandale.

The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is a 501©(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; and the Kresge Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.