PA Day Camps
Mar 3, June 9, June 23*, June 30
AGH Members $35 | Non-Members $40
Our camp programs provide fun and educational activities for children ages 4 and up on school PA Days. Each program presents new and challenging art projects for children to explore. Camp session 9am-4pm. Morning drop-off begins at 8:30am. Supervised Lunch 12pm-1pm (Bring your own nut-free lunch, morning snack and afternoon snack, and drink)
* Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board
5 Weeks | June 10 to August 25, 2017
In the summer, our programs offer guided art making, creative exploration and opportunities for self expression. A full week program allows for more involved projects and time to develop over five full days. Each week offers new activities so campers can return for new fun each week. Please note, students must have already completed a year of full-day kindergarten to register. Extended Care is available 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.: $8 per day.
July 10 to 14: Art Express (ages 13+ only - see below for description).
July 17 to 21, 2017: The Artist’s Studio
July 24 to 28, 2017: Creative Expressions
August 14 to 18, 2017: My Place in the World
August 21 to 25, 2017: Art Adventures
Early Registration (Before May 1): AGH Members: $175 | Non-Members $200
After May 1: AGH Members: $195 | Non-Members $220
NOTE: Pre-registration is required. Registration is for full week sessions only. Space is limited. All classes are subject to a minimum and maximum registration.
Cancellation Policy: The AGH reserves the right to cancel or combine classes to meet minimum enrollment numbers. If minimum enrollment is not met, a full refund will be provided. Full refunds will be provided if registrant cancels enrollment a minimum five business days in advance of program start. After such time an administrative fee of $25 plus a pro-rated deduction for classes up to the date of cancellation will be charged.
Download the Summer Camp Registration Form here.
Download the Camp Welcome Package here.
Art Express Summer Camp
In this week long camp, more experienced artists will learn more about leadership and the studio practice of artists. In the mornings students will spend some time in the Galleries, learning new techniques and finding our way around the studio. Afternoons will be supported open studio time, students can choose a project or projects to work on, with feedback and assistance from artist-instructors and peers. Students will also learn about different roles staff have at the Gallery and begin discussing ways they might want to volunteer in the future. Please note, lunches will be unsupervised and there is no extended care available for this program.