The Summer is here! We have organized a summer art camp for children between the ages of 6 and 16. The art camp provides a range of different art materials to be explored every day.

Students will create dynamic works of art from whimsical to functional. They will use a variety of materials and mediums including; acrylic paint, drawing, watercolor, pastel, glaze, charcoal, ceramic hand building, collages, and polymer clay. Our goal is to give children the opportunity to freely express themselves through art and experience personal growth. Young artists will explore their imaginations, develop creativity, gain confidence, and most importantly, have fun!

Schedule

Week 3
April 6 - April 10
8:30am - 2:30pm

Week 5
June 15 - June 19
8:30am - 2:30pm

Week 7
July 6 - July 10
8:30am - 2:30pm

Week 4
April 13 - April 17
8:30am - 2:30pm

Week 6
June 22 - June 26
8:30am - 2:30pm

Week 8
July 13 - July 17
8:30am - 2:30pm

Each week is priced at $350 (includes all materials -- students should bring their own snacks and lunch). Most parents sign their children up for multiple sessions throughout the summer. Space is limited, so reserve your session today!

$12/hour additional fee for early drop off or late pick up.


Read what others had to say!

Innerart Studio

"Both my daughter and son attended Shiva's Summer camp. They LOVED it so much couldn't wait till the following day to attend the class again. Everyday there was a new project waiting for the kids. All the materials were also provided and the kids were encouraged to get as creative as they wanted. They learned a lot and my son started liking to use water color as a result of having the chance to work with it. There was no single project being repeated even form the previous years. They can't wait to attend another summer camp at Innerart Studio. This year it will be more than one week for sure."

— Mona A. Read More > 

“My 6 year old son just took Shiva’s week long art camp, and loved it!!! In the midst of all the summer sports activities I have him involved in, this was a fantastic opportunity for him to get creative with other children under Shiva’s care. The children worked with an array of mediums including clay, pastels, watercolor, charcoal, and acrylic, and were also exposed to various methods used in creating their projects. This is not your typical “here are some items, now create” class. It’s a fun learning experience for them.”

— Melanie B. Read More >