Join Museum Educators and practicing artists for Camp Aldrich—full-day, week-long arts experiences for children. Campers will learn about the work on view in the galleries, explore the Museum’s two-acre campus, and incorporate the world around them into their art. Each week culminates in a celebration for family and friends.
Caregivers receive personalized daily emails from Camp staff with updates on what the group did during the day, what their child accomplished and learned, and what is planned for the children the following day.
Family Member Rate: $315
Non-Member Rate: $350
Camp Aldrich Membership Promotion: Join at, or upgrade to, the $250 Family Supporter membership level, and receive three additional months of membership for free.
Entering Grades 1 through 3:
July 9 through 13: Paint, Paste, Print: 2-D Works with Erika Rohde
July 16 through 20: Creatures and Creations: 3-D Works with Erika Rohde
July 23 through 27: Mixing Media with Adam Handler
Entering Grades 4 through 6:
July 30 through August 3: Architects in Training with Adam Handler
Entering Grades 7 through 10:
August 6 through 10: Make it Work! Aldrich Fashion Week with Sooo-z Mastropietro
Drop Off (9 to 10 am): Campers have the option to draw, read, play, or participate in group activities while all the children arrive.
Artist Session (10 am to 12 noon): Campers work with the teaching artist on their projects, experiment with art-making techniques, and explore the galleries and Sculpture Garden.
Lunch (12 noon to 1 pm): Time to eat (outside if the weather permits) and then participate in games and activities in the Sculpture Garden or The Studio.
Artist Session (1 to 3 pm): Campers continue to work with the teaching artist on their projects.
Snack (3 to 4 pm): Children enjoy a snack (outside if the weather permits), and then have time to add final touches to their work for the day and/or take part in games and activities.
Pick Up (4 to 5 pm): Campers have the option to draw, read, play, or participate in group activities while caregivers pick up the children.
For more information, please contact Michelle Friedman, manager of education programs and youth initiatives at 203.438.4519 or firstname.lastname@example.org