PCCA Announces First Virtual Youth Summer Art Camp

PCCA Virtual Art Summer Camp
PCCA Virtual Art Summer Camp. Photo courtesy of PCAA

Young artists across the globe can get creative from the safety of home with the Rochester area’s first Virtual Summer Art Camp. Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA), a nonprofit art center based in Downtown Rochester, announces its first Virtual Youth Summer Art Camp beginning June 8.

Open to children ages 8-12, each themed week of Virtual Summer Art Camp includes 15 live, Zoom-based lessons and a kit including all the supplies and art materials needed to create masterpieces right from home.

Virtual Summer Art Camp Schedule:

o   Color Me Crazy: June 8-12
o   Fantastic Beasts & Monsters: June 15-19
o   Movin’ & Groovin’: June 22-26
o   Tropical Fun: June 29-July 3
o   Mad Science: July 6-10

Multiple Daily Meeting Schedule:

    • Students will have access to the following each week:
      • 9:45 AM Morning Meeting
      • 10-11 AM Project One (Painting/Drawing)
      • 12-1 PM Project Two  (Mixed Media)
      • 2-3 PM Project Three (Clay)

“We are thrilled to offer summer camp as a virtual option this year,” said Elizabeth Chilton, PCCA Executive Director. “Virtual Summer Art Camps are a fun way for students to learn new skills from the  safety of their own home, led by great instructors and  in the company of friends from anywhere in the community, or even the world!”

The fee for PCCA Virtual Summer Art Camp is $150 per student. PCCA will provide all registered campers access to lesson videos in case campers miss a class.

For more information or to register for classes, visit https://www.pccart.org/art-school/virtual-camps/

About PCCA

The mission of Paint Creek Center for the Arts is to celebrate and support creativity in our community by providing opportunities for all to learn, create, experience, and appreciate the arts. Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA) provides 300+ classes, workshops and camps annually; community-centered art exhibitions; and the Art & Apples Festival®. PCCA receives a portion of its funding from  the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts. To learn more, call 248-651-4110 or visit www.pccart.org.