Spring Break Art Camps

Thank you to everyone who attended our 2017 Spring Break Art Camps. We are looking forward to the 2018 Spring Break Summer Camps and will update this page with more information when they are scheduled.

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From 9 am to noon the children 5 to 12 years old (grouped by ages) attend two classes each morning from two different teachers. All lessons are process oriented and teach art fundamentals, Every lesson strives to stimulate creative thinking and encourage the integration of the arts into every aspect of daily life.

Teenagers attend from 1 to 4 pm and learn to create in a small process oriented classes designed to encourage individual expression and understanding of specific processes. The class works collaboratively and as individuals with time for work-shopping ideas to develop new ways of seeing. Learning how art integrates with other disciplines is strongly emphasized.

TO ENROLL: Use our secure online sign-up, call 805.543.8562 or email . Full payment is required at the time of enrollment. Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Mail check payable to Museum of Art, PO Box 813, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406.

REFUND POLICY: Enrollment fees will be refunded if requested at least five days before class starts. A 10% service fee will be charged. No refunds are possible after deadline has passed. If a class is cancelled, the entire enrollment fee will be refunded. Please call the registrar at 805.543.8562 about a refund or transfer.

ART AFTER SCHOOL: During the school year, SLOMA teaches children from 5 to 12 (grouped by ages) at the Museum of Art, as well as at two satellite locations: Ocean View Elementary in Arroyo Grande and San Gabriel Elementary in Atascadero. Visit the After School Classes webpage for class descriptions and registration information. After school classes are typically offered October through May.

SLOMA also offers 6 weeks of Summer Art Camps every year.

Enjoy these images from past Art Camps! 

 Click on the link below to listen:

KCBX Ears on Art: Youth Education at SLOMA Beth Mott and Art Camp Students