Virtual Art Camp Registration

Important Questions & Answers

Virtual Art Camp Pricing

Camp pricing includes a one-time supply kit ($35/camper) plus $15/week for instruction, with scholarships available on a first come, first served basis. 

How does this work?

Your child will need a computer, tablet, or phone with a camera and ability to connect to Zoom in order to participate in our virtual art camp. Campers will receive all the supplies they need in the supply kits, and will follow along with art projects led by our teachers in the daily lessons at 9am and 11am. Campers can then turn off Zoom and work independently, or stay on and get feedback from instructors or fellow campers anytime from 9am-12pm.

Supply Pickup

Supplies will be available for curbside pickup on TBD at the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum. Info on pickups will be provided after registration.

Zoom Information

Be sure to download Zoom and do a video and audio check before the first day of camp. Information on joining the Zoom meeting will be available after registration, including some guidelines for all campers. All Zoom meetings will have passwords required.

Do I need to be around during the classes?

While a teacher is available from 9am-12pm daily, an adult should still be present at all times to assist the camper if necessary. We are aiming to have 30-40 minute demonstrations/lessons at 9am and 11am daily to keep the camper engaged for a set period of time, but some days may be less, and we expect campers may want direct help in some cases. However we will be here for them to show us their work, ask questions, ask for help, etc.

Can I sign up more than one child in my house under one registration?

The supply kits will not have enough paper and materials for more than one child to participate for multiple weeks, however, other children are welcome to watch and join. If you'd like each child to be able to fully participate, please sign them up so they can get their own supply kit and instruction fee for one "spot" in the camp, as there are limited spots available. 

Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.