Asheville Art Museum SUMMER ART CAMP K-12 (Registration is limited)
Join us for Summer Art Camp! Offered to rising K–12th grade students, all classes are age appropriate. Sessions may include drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, and more.
Enrollment is limited, and pre-registration is required. Registration includes all materials necessary for each class. Students may sign up for morning (9am–12pm) or afternoon (1–4pm) sessions, or both for an all-day experience. All-day students have a supervised lunch break.
For more information, click on a class below, email Sharon McRorie, education programs manager, or call 828.253.3227 x124.
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