Does your kid love to paint? Do they paint all over your walls and floors? Send them to art camp and they can learn to make even better paintings. Hopefully, the next time though the paintings will be on paper.

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Osceola Arts

Osceola Arts will be running two one-week art camps this summer, where children will work with paint, clay, and other media to create a showcase displaying their creations. Amazing Artists will focus on modern art, and Masterpiece Mayhem will look at classical arts.

Location: 2411 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee
Phone: (407) 846-6257
Dates: June 5-9, and June 26-30

Winter Garden Art Association

Each week, the Winter Garden Art Association’s summer camp will teach children about a different type of art, and each week, children will get to explore using different techniques – and with different results. From 3D to mixed-media, children will get to explore and create their own masterpieces.

Location: 127 S. Boyd Street, Winter Garden
Phone: (407) 347-7996

Foosaner Art Museum

Each week, at Foosaner Art Museum camp, campers will go on a field trip around the galleries and then, taking what they have learned, go and make their own art. Mornings are themed, and afternoons focus on an individual medium. Children can attend for a half-day or a full-day if they wish.

Location: 1463 Highland Avenue, Melbourne
Phone: (321) 674-8916

Appleton Museum of Art

The camp at Appleton Museum of Art is one of the more varied camps and each week brings several choices for young artists. Experiences include making art with Legos, and helping to design and paint scenery for a theater performance. Art from specific countries will also be explored.

Location: 4333 E Silver Springs Boulevard, Ocala
Phone: 352-291-4455

Orlando Museum of Art

Orlando Museum of Art’s summer camps focus on studio art experiences for both students who want to explore and have fun with art, and those who take it seriously and want to improve their skills. Each week, the camp will focus on a different theme and are age-appropriate in order to focus on specific skills for each grade level.

Location: 2416 North Mills Avenue, Orlando
Phone: (407) 896-4231, ext. 262

The Art Room

The Art Room will offer four rotating themes – each week, one theme will be offered in the morning and a different one in the afternoon – where students will learn different techniques and create unique and exciting projects. Children can be enrolled in either the morning or afternoon sessions, or both and bring a lunch.

Location: 709 Main Street, Windermere
Phone: (407) 909-1869

Other camps you might be interested in: Tech Camps or Sport Camps

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