Created By Kids is excited to be in our 12TH YEAR of running our School year Camp Program!
We believe that visual arts are an important form of communication and expression and that having a creative outlet can be deeply therapeutic and spark the imagination. We created a space where all students can feel safe and comfortable expressing themselves through their art.
Our projects are created with all children in mind and are easily tailored to fit each child's needs and abilities.We ask that you fully read through our before registering for camp. Whether you are curious about our daily schedule, wondering what to pack for the day, or in need of some light reading, our general information page will answer all your camp questions and more!
As always, students will explore different thematic concepts or artists works, beginning with an educational foundation as inspiration. During the camp day we’ll use a variety of art-making techniques and mediums, including clay, textiles, printmaking, mixed-media projects, and more! The variety will keep kids interested while they learn about cultures, history, and literature through our unique fine arts curriculum.
10% SIBLING DISCOUNT AVAILABLE FOR FULL WEEK
Our in person camps are held at our studio, located at 592 Pacific St. Brooklyn, NY, steps away from Atlantic Terminal/Barclays Center.
Camp begins at 9am with staggered drop-off times beginning at 8:45am.
We offer Early Bird drop-off beginning at 8am ($25 per day/$100 per week). Staggered pick-up begins at 3:45pm.
We offer Extended Day pick-up until 5pm ($25 per day/$100 per week)
Late pick-ups may be subject to a fee; please read our SAFETY GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES page before registering for camp!
Recommended Age Range: 5-10 years
Our Fine Art Fair Camp showcases five unique artists making waves in the local and international art world. We’ll use a variety of fine art mediums to explore key elements of each artist’s background and style, beginning with Brighton, UK-based ceramicist Eden Clifton, whose kitschy candle holders will be sure to ignite imagination. Next, we’ll combine abstract painting and sculpture to create colorful works inspired by New York’s own, Tiffany B. Chanel. Bekah Worley’s bright, cartoon-like illustrations will inform some quirky mixed-media collages, while Chicago-based Chi Nwosu’s digital illustrations of hands offer a perfect starting point for our textile project. Lastly, Roma Osowo's abstract paintings will guide us as we try out a NEW printmaking process using Gelli Plates. Don’t miss out on the Art Fair of the year, where we will check out some of the latest trends and hottest artists in the contemporary art world!