Looking for a camp for your children can be a very stressful thing. You want something that they will enjoy, something well worth the money, with adult supervision, a small class size and that suits your schedule. Easy right?
With so many different types of camps on offer and so many price ranges it can be difficult to decide what to do. We would like to be the answer to your search!
Sometimes all you have to do is ask the right questions...
Answer: Daniela Easter, program director, art educator and professional artist. Daniela will have 5 student volunteers that have been trained to oversee their art station. This provides teen mentorship to younger students and also helps teens see the positive results of giving back to their community. Every station has been well organized and advanced teaching strategies are used so that students can explore and learn in a way that is best for them.
WHAT...will my child do and learn?
Answer: Visual art - drawing, watercolour painting, printmaking, sculpting, papercrafting and decoupage. No drama, no dance, no music lessons. This is a private arts camp that specializes in the visual arts. As for the details of what they will do, well, the list is just too long for this page! Click here for more details!
WHEN...does it all happen and how does it work with my schedule?
Answer: 9 am to 4 pm. Extended care is available from 8 am until 5 pm for $10/hr per student. Talk to Daniela ahead of time about any special concerns and we will accommodate you if at all possible.
WHERE...does it take place and where can I park?
Answer: Beaux-Arts Brampton Gallery, 70 Main St. N. Downtown Brampton. At the back of the gallery is a large workshop. There is a loading/drop off area. There is free underground parking for an hour at the Rose Theatre parking lot, with a stairwell that comes up at our workshop doors. (Nelson St/Theatre Lane/Main St Exit)
HOW...do I register and HOW much does it cost?
Answer: All registration is now online. Click here!
Cost: $260 + $33.80 HST = $293.80
WHY...choose Progressive Art for Progressive Kids?
Answer: Because of our 18 years of experience and training in teaching children the visual arts.
Because of how much we care about teaching every student in the way that is best for them to learn.
Because of the well organized and interactive program that we present complete with lesson plans and schedules.
Because of the high quality art materials and professional equipment that the students get to use. (No cotton balls and macaroni pictures in our classes!)
Because we aren't afraid to get messy!
Because of the awesome end of camp show that we put on, complete with slide show of the students in action.
Because of the gallery visits and original instructional videos made just for our camp.
Because of the lunch time and group activities that are fun, goofy and educational and help us make friends.
Because we keep your kids safe and care for them like our own.
Check our Search for a Class page for the most current courses on offer!