2019 Summer Camps at Art Beast Studio on K Street!

Summer Camp @ Art Beast-2019 Schedule Coming March 1st!

See full camp descriptions and details here.

 Art Beast Summer Camps at the Children’s Art Studio on K Street

SUMMER ART CAMP DETAILS at a glance

Session Times: 9am to 2pm. Ages 4-7, limited space. The camp day will offer both directed activities and free play.

Pricing: $200 a week. Additional siblings enrolled the same week receive a 15% discount. $75 non-refundable deposit to reserve a space (register in person, on the phone or by filling out the registration form on our website).

Please Bring: Lunch, snack, and a bottle of water. Wear clothes that can get messy!

Our camps are about exploring art and self-expression. Children dig into an array of mediums and arts in their own way. No matter the theme, we promise arts integration with movement, song, story, and art. Each week children will have the opportunity to create a custom t-shirt and a weekly journal of their experience.

*New this Year: We are starting an aftercare program to extend the hours of camp up to two hours later. Pick-up is by 4pm and costs and additional $120 each week (sibling discount available). Must sign up for this in advance, limited space.

And, as always, when you choose Art Beast, you support Waking the Village’s communities for young, homeless parents and their children at Tubman House and Audre’s Emporium of New Tomorrows. In 2016, Art Beast generated over $50,000 to sustain Tubman’s child development program for children experiencing homelessness.

SUMMER CAMP DESCRIPTIONS FOR 2019

June 17th-21st: Rocket to Space! Teacher: Nancy

June 24th-28th: Roar! Stomp! Prehistoric Dinosaurs Teacher: Andrew

July 1st-5th: World Wanderers-Art & Music Teachers: Leslie & Ariana

(No camp on 4th of July - prorated at $160)

July 8th-12th: Fairy Gardens and Gnome Homes Teachers: Nancy & Eva

July 15th-19th: Creature Quest-The Search for Magical Beings Teacher: Leslie

July 22nd-26th: Superhero Academy Teachers: Andrew & Eva

July 29th-August 2nd: Campfire Tales! Teachers: Leslie & Bryna

August 5th-9th: Underwater Adventurers Teacher: Nancy

     

TEACHER BIOS

Leslie is a mother, artist and children’s librarian with a passion for bringing stories to life through art and encouraging families to get messy! Leslie has a MLIS and over 15 years of experience working with children and families. Leslie has been a lifelong lover of the arts who has dabbled in many mediums and has her own shop on Etsy called ArtsyMommas. She's taught classes at Art Beast since 2012 and coordinates our classes and outreach activities. Leslie says she loves sharing stories and songs with children and finding playful ways to use art and movement to build confidence and creativity in people of all ages.

Eva started working at Art Beast in 2018 and is a student at Sacramento State. She is studying for her Bachelors in percussion performance and wishes to continue her education by applying for the credential program after her graduation. She has previously taught drum circle here at Artbeast and also assisted in camps in the past year. Eva is excited to continue camps this summer!

Ariana is a musician and mother and has been a music educator for over 20 years, teaching music and movement classes and piano lessons to students of all ages. She studied classical piano performance at UC Santa Barbara and has specialized training in early childhood education and early childhood music. She has been teaching classes at Art Beast since 2017 as well as working at a local elementary school. Ariana brings a warm, welcoming vibe to all that she does and she brings the joy of music to children in a playful and highly engaging way.

Andrew has been an Art Beast coach and teacher since 2012 and is now the Co-Assistant Director. He studied Fine Arts, graduated from CSUS with a minor in Apparel Marketing and Design. Andrew has done nearly EVERYTHING at Art Beast from keeping the center tidy to managing the piles of paperwork at the front desk, from teaching camps and classes to providing excellent customer service to visitors. Andrew’s gentle spirit, constant smile, and his love of all things Super Hero has made him a favorite among staff and families alike at Art Beast.

Nancy is a student at Sac State, a drum line instructor at a local high school, AND she is the Co-Assistant Director at Art Beast. She has worked and taught several music and art classes at Art Beast since 2013. As an avid creator, she is also the designer of the many whimsical creatures and scenes that fill our front windows and studio. Whatever her pursuit, Nancy brings much originality and fun into the experience of her classes and camps.

Bryna is a mother and a crafter with loads of experience working with young children. She has wrangled groups of them since she was 11 years old and spent 2 years assisting in a public Waldorf kinder classroom. She has been a teacher at Art Beast since 2016, mainly co-teaching with Ms. Leslie for our drop off program, Club Beast. Bryna's strong, calm and compassionate approach to interacting with children has endeared her to parents and children alike.