Youth Art Camps

Youth Art Camps 2020-07-06T16:34:42-07:00

Youth Camps 

Please register for summer camps here 

All KAC Summer Camps are now exclusively Online via ZOOM!

The best part? No parent prep required! Art supply kit provided.

Youth Art Camps

Ages 5 – 12
July 13 – August 21, 2020

Youth Camps

In KAC’s Summer Art Camps, children ages 5-12 will make discoveries and learn new skills through the use of a variety of mediums and techniques that include clay, paper, pencils, pens, markers, crayons, pastels, printmaking inks, and water-based paints. Every week, children will find a new adventure in art led by trained, professional art instructors. Explorations of culture and art history prompt lively, enriching discussions. Students are further encouraged to connect with each other through the process of art critique. Learn, grow, create, and connect in KAC’s Summer Art Camps!

All camps will be held via ZOOM. *Art supplies are included!*

Pricing
Early Bird Registration: $280 per screen/household through June 30. $300 after that.
Bundles Package: 2 Camps for $500 per screen/household.

You may also be interested in our regular youth classes, scholarships, or memberships.

STEAM Stone Soup

July 13 – 24, 1pm – 3pm

This camp mixes art all together! Get messy and creative as we explore and create with all types of art media. Expand your art skills and discover the world. Study art, geology, cave paintings, geodes, gems, fossils, space, and more art in this virtual summer camp with certified art teachers at Kirkland Arts Center.

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Myths, Dragons, Beasts, and Mermaids!

July 27 – August 6, 1pm – 3pm

Let’s make some magic as we explore the art of myth and legends. We will create our own dragons, beasts, unicorns, mermaids and more with stories of legends, myths, folklore, and fairy tales in this 2 weeks-long summer camp at Kirkland Arts Center.

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Art Wild

July 27 – August 6,  9am – 11am

Let your imagination run wild as we explore and create artworks with plants, animals, and nature in this 2 weeks-long summer camp at Kirkland Arts Center.

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Kaleidoscopes & Slime: The Art of Science

August 10 – 21,  9am – 11am

Let’s get messy, creative, and STEAMY! (Science + Technology + Engineering + ART + Math) in this 2 weeks-long adventure into rainbows, slime, and more artistic experiments from the known universe at Kirkland Arts Center!

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Comics, Anime & Art Stories

August 10 – 21,  1pm – 3pm

Learn the art of story and create your own comics, anime, cartoons, and illustrated graphic novels in this 2 weeks-long summer camp. Explore the connections between art, storytelling, illustration, and picture books in this virtual summer camp with certified art teachers at Kirkland Arts Center.

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Meet Your Instructors

Trish Brownlee is an educated, licensed art teacher, with experience teaching Pre-K through College in a variety of art mediums. She is licensed to teach K-12 Art in Washington and North Carolina. Beyond the fine arts, Trish also has extensive training and specializing in arts integration and social-emotional artistic learning. She currently serves as a teaching artist and the School & Community Partnership Manager for Kirkland Arts Center. She is also an adjunct art professor at the undergraduate level in Graphic Arts through the University of North Carolina – Fayetteville State. Trish has 6 years of experience teaching in K-12 schools. Trish earned her Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts from Pacific Northwest College of Art, and her Bachelors of Arts in Visual Arts + Art Education License from Fayetteville State University.

Isabelle Hardesty is a Seattle based artist, educator, and writer. She is excited to be teaching at Kirkland Arts Center. She received her B.F.A. from New York’s Pratt Institute. Isabelle Hardesty enjoys teaching students art and does so energetically and engagingly. Learning should be fun and memorable and she makes sure to achieve both during her art lessons. In 2013 Isabelle Hardesty was named the Cobb County School District Elementary School Art Specialist of the Year. With twenty years of teaching experience, she combines her enthusiasm for teaching and her love of art into fun and energetic art lessons, perfect for all ages! Isabelle has been an art teacher in both Georgia and Florida. She lives in Seattle with her husband and son, who are both artists as well.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we are committed to providing a great instructor-student ratio! We limited enrollments to 12 screens/devices.

You know your child’s maturity and ability best. If you would like to talk this through or need assistance, please contact registrar@kirklandartscenter.org.

We adhere to our general class refund policy for camp refunds as well.

Withdrawals

Withdrawals one week (7) or more days prior to the first day of class: student will receive a refund of the class tuition less a $20 withdrawal fee.

To ensure prompt refunds, please make sure the email address we have on file for you is correct.

Withdrawals six (6) days or fewer before the first day of class: student will NOT receive a refund or credit towards another class. Students may transfer to a different class in the same quarter in which they’re registered but not to future quarters.

Withdrawals the first day of class and thereafter: no refunds or credits.

Members are eligible for a 10% discount on all classes including camps. When register at 6Crickets, type MEMBERSHIP into the coupon code.
If you are not a member, become a member here!

If you enroll in multiple camps, get $100 off with code MORECAMP

Yes! We are committed to making the arts accessible to all. Please email artplease@kirklandartscenter.org

Need help registering?

Contact the Education Office at (425) 822-7161 x181 or registrar@kirklandartscenter.org for help with registering, finding a class, or any other questions.

Have an idea for a class?

Find out more about becoming an instructor at KAC here.