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**Sign up Before March 15th and Pay $165 per week**
Regular Price $185


kids Art Camp Early Bird Registraion
Children are natural artists and we believe if given the tools 
and the opportunity children will create amazing art!

Children will complete a 16 x 20 acrylic painting on canvas each day
as well as art projects before and after the featured painting

Our flexible schedule allows time for our little artists to choose what they
want to work on.  When they arrive in the morning they will begin the day at our
"Inspiration Table"
This time is filled with colorful materials and exciting projects to warm up 
before our painting. 
*We give everyone time to arrive and get settled before beginning our painting

Snacks & Drinks Included 
We provide Apple Juice , Water and Animal Crackers
***If you send additional snacks for your child please remember NO PEANUT foods***

CAMP - 9:00AM - 12:00 MONDAY - FRIDAY
WEEK 1 - JULY 6th
WEEK 2 - JULY 13th
 WEEK 3 - JULY 20th
 WEEK 4 - JULY 27th

 **If you decide to send additional snacks do not send any peanut items and label for your child

To sign up for the week pick the week from the events below.
To sign up for the day choose the Day Event and then list the dates you are attending.

Studio Address: 1787 Rt 88 Brick Township
**Please note the best APP to find us is WAZE. Others may lead you to IHOP across the street from our Studio
We are in the same plaza as Batteries & Bulbs / Edible Arrangements / Johnson Restaurant Supply / Herb's Thai
which is between E.Princeton Ave and Rt 88

Sign up today for our summer art program. Weekly sessions begin on July the 6th.  Each Friday will include Slime Academy.  
Children will get a chance to work with a variety of art materials and learn how to access their creativity.  Our program is designed
  be fun as well as teach the fundamentals of art. 
Each child is different and will be encouraged to work at their own pace
and to explore with the art materials.  

Creativity is not about staying in the lines it's about learning what your called to create.