2020 SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Registration is Now Open!

June 15 - August 14, 2020 - Updated June 28, 2020

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood has implemented changes to our Summer Arts Camp schedule and programs to increase the safety practices for our campers and staff. We will continue to follow government guidelines and take any necessary precautions to achieve our goal of keeping everyone healthy and safe while providing a memorable Summer Arts Camp experience.

We offer two programs to suit your child’s age or interest:

  • Young Actors and Young Artists, ages 6 to 12, for the child who loves to participate in both the visual and performing arts

  • Broadway Actors, ages 8 to 18, is an intensive program for the talented performer who loves to be in the spotlight

 

A limited number of partial scholarships are available through our Arts Outreach Program for qualifying families.

All schedules and programs are subject to change due to constantly evolving COVID-19 guidelines. The Center has implemented the following protocols and procedures to keep our campers, staff, and families safe this summer:

  • Limited individual class sizes

  • Students remaining in same small classes or groups for entire session

  • Strict and regular cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces and shared equipment

  • Daily temperature check and symptom monitoring for campers and staff

  • Curbside drop-off/pick-up

 

Young Actors + Young Artists

Ages 6 – 12

 

Families may choose half- or full-day sessions. Campers staying all day must bring a non-perishable bag lunch and two snacks. Families may choose the morning and/or afternoon session when registering.

Fees for each two week session are $325 for members and $350 for non-members for campers to attend half day, or $425 for members and $450 for non-members for campers attending full day.

Camp Location: Art and Culture Center Arts School, 1626 Harrison Street

Young Actors

9 am – noon

Each session of Young Actors explores a different theme through the performing arts such as drama, improvisation, storytelling, music, movement, basic set, and costume designs, which culminates with a performance for friends and family.
Note: Due to COVID-19, performance may be recorded and/or livestreamed without a live audience based on guidelines and restrictions.

 

Young Artists

1 – 4 pm

Students enrolled in Young Artists explore drawing, painting, mixed media, printmaking, clay, and much more. Each session uses these various mediums to explore a different theme and culminates with an exhibition in the Center’s Community Gallery.

 

Broadway Actors

Ages 8 – 18

Session 1: June 15 - July 10 | 9 am – 4 pm  SESSION FULL

Click Here Performance and Exhibition Videos

Master Class in the Performing Arts

This full-day camp gives students deep dives into various aspects of the performing arts, such as acting, voice, movement, improvisation, and costume and set design. Each day will be devoted to working in small groups with professional artists and experts in their fields to gain skills and experience in many of the components that go into putting on a show. Class size will be limited to ensure individualized attention for each of our campers. This program culminates with a student-produced showcase featuring Broadway hits from shows such as Hamilton, Rent, Cats, Mamma Mia! and more on Friday, July 10. Campers will help to design and create the show they will perform for family and friends. 

$800 members/$850 non-members, per session.

 

Note: Campers must bring a non-perishable bag lunch and two snacks.

Note: Due to COVID-19, performance may be recorded and/or live streamed without a live audience based on guidelines and restrictions.

Session 2: July 13 - August 7 | 9 am – 4 pm  SESSION FULL

(Click Here to email us to be placed on waitlist.)
 

Master Class in the Performing Arts

This full-day camp gives students deep dives into various aspects of the performing arts, such as acting, voice, movement, improvisation, and costume and set design. Each day will be devoted to working in small groups with professional artists and experts in their fields to gain skills and experience in many of the components that go into putting on a show. Class size will be limited to ensure individualized attention for each of our campers. This program culminates with a student-produced showcase.

$800 members/$850 non-members, per session.

Note: Due to COVID-19, performance may be recorded and/or live streamed without a live audience based on guidelines and restrictions.

The Center’s arts education programs for children and teens inspire creativity; strengthen the family bond; and grow awareness of the arts as an essential resource in a child’s social development and academic success. Research shows that children who participate regularly in the arts improve their attention span, learn more quickly and develop higher level critical thinking skills. They also have loads and loads of fun!

Thanks to the kind support of the Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation and Florida Theatrical Association, a select number of reduced-tuition scholarships for Summer Arts Camp are available to children from qualifying households. Applicants must provide a copy of their latest tax return and proof of free or reduced lunch status from the student’s school. To apply or for more information, please contact the Education Department at education@artandculturecenter.org or call 954-921-3274, ext. 254.

Summer Arts Camp is funded in part by The Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation,
Helen Ingham Foundation, Florida Theatrical Association, and BBX Capital Foundation.

 

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Art and Culture Center / Hollywood

1650 Harrison St.
Hollywood, FL 33020

954. 921. 3274
954. 921. 3273 fax
info@artandculturecenter.org

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood; the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; the David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation; and the Josephine S. Leiser Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.