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Get ready for a summer break filled with color and creativity. Our popular Teaching Artist programs have become week-long Art Camps with the goal of connecting kids with their natural creativity for a great day-camp experience.
Talented teaching artists and classroom staff members will introduce campers to a variety of different art media through open ended exploration and project work.
Camps are fully paid for through PPS and are offered free of charge to families.
Woodlawn Elementary School or Markham Elementary School
Each camp week runs Monday through Friday and registration is for a single week of camp.
- July 11-15 (week 1)
- July 18-22 (week 2)
- July 25-29 (week 3)
- August 1-5 (week 4)
Who Can Apply
PPS Students entering 1-5th grade are welcome to apply.
In accordance with PPS’ stated goals for summer enrichment programming, we will be prioritizing students who qualify for BIPOC students and those who qualify for Free and Reduced lunch.
Your application is not official until you receive a confirmation email from Young Audiences confirming your spot.
Thank you for your understanding.
Camp Day Schedule
Drop-off, 9:00 am, Pick up: 3:00 pm
Each day, campers will start the day with group meeting and snack, spend “studio time” with professional teaching artists in the morning, have a lunch and outdoor break, and then a second studio time with another professional artist in the afternoon.
There will be no early drop off or late pick up available. Please plan accordingly.
Portland Public Schools will provide on-site nutrition services including daily lunches and morning snacks. Campers can choose to bring their own sack lunches if they prefer.
Buses will not be provided. Campers must be dropped-off and picked-up at the camp location.
- In alignment with PPS protocols, campers and staff will not be required to mask during the camp day, but we will have masks available for those who chose to.
- Any campers exhibiting symptoms of COVID or an elevated temperature will not be permitted to stay in camp.
- Adult camp staff and teaching artists will be fully vaccinated.
- Young Audiences reserves the right to cancel the remainder of any camp week if CDC guidelines dictate that to be the best action.
If you are interested in having your child or children participate in a week of Young Audiences Art Camps, please fill out the registration application for each individual child. You will be asked to designate which week of camp and which site you are registering for.
Your application is not confirmed until you receive an email from Young Audiences confirming your spot.
Registration is now closed.