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Youth Summer Camps

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Looking for an exciting summer program that boosts creativity?
Try Pratt’s Summer Art Camp!  Campers will explore a weekly theme while drawing, painting, and building sculptures to create original art that is sure to make a memorable summer.  Summer art camps are taught by professional artists.

$330 per week. ($265 the first week which is 4 days)   Full payment is required at the time of enrollment.  For more information contact Myra Kaha, Youth and Teen Manager at mkaha@pratt.org

Each week-long camp runs Monday through Friday 9am – 3pm with drop off starting at 8:30 am.  Pratt Summer Art Camp is located on the Pratt Campus at 1902 S. Main Street. After Care is available from 3 – 6pm at $20 a day or $90 for the whole week.

To purchase aftercare complete the form below.

 

Youth Waiver Agreement

Pratt Summer Camp FAQs

Summer Camp Aftercare

 

Support for Pratt’s Youth Art Works and Pratt Teen Programs is provided by 4Culture, Fales Foundation Trust, D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust, Pohlman Knowles Studio, RealNetworks Foundation, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and the Wyman Youth Trust.

Summer Art Camp: Scissors, Tape and Glue Everything ( 7 – 9) | 7.18 FULL

Jonathan Narmita

Class #
Date(s)
Time
Days
Weeks
Fees
Master Member Fees
6232
7/18 - 7/22
9am - 3pm
Mon - Fri
1
$330

This camp is all about putting things together and building. They will transform drawings into 3 dimensional works of art while working on concepts like visual balance and narrative. Students will create collages, wall-hangings, buildings, spaceships and cars out of cardboard, plastic, paper, wood and much more.


Summer Art Camp: Scissors, Tape and Glue Everything (10 – 12) | 7.18

Jason Lin

Class #
Date(s)
Time
Days
Weeks
Fees
Master Member Fees
6233
7/18 - 7/22
9am - 3pm
Mon - Fri
1
$330

This camp is all about putting things together and building. They will transform drawings into 3 dimensional works of art while working on concepts like visual balance and narrative. Students will create collages, wall-hangings, buildings, spaceships and cars out of cardboard, plastic, paper, wood and much more.


Summer Camp: World Art (Ages 7 – 9) | 7.25

Jonathan Narmita

Class #
Date(s)
Time
Days
Weeks
Fees
Master Member Fees
6215
7/25 - 7/29
9am - 3pm
Mon - Fri
1
$330

While exploring different cultures, students will create artwork in response to the traditions we learn about together. Masks, clothing, ceremonies, paintings, sculptures, and more will serve as inspiration. This class will include both two dimensional and three dimensional projects by working with traditional and non-traditional materials.


Summer Camp: World Art (Ages 10 – 12) | 7.25

Kristin Lintault

Class #
Date(s)
Time
Days
Weeks
Fees
Master Member Fees
6216
7/25 - 7/29
9am - 3pm
Mon - Fri
1
$330

While exploring different cultures, students will create artwork in response to the traditions we learn about together. Masks, clothing, ceremonies, paintings, sculptures, and more will serve as inspiration. This class will include both two dimensional and three dimensional projects by working with traditional and non-traditional materials.


Summer Camp: What Would Picasso Paint? part 2 (Ages 10 – 12) | 8.1 FULL

Kristin Lintault

Class #
Date(s)
Time
Days
Weeks
Fees
Master Member Fees
6205
8/1 - 8/5
9am - 3pm
Mon - Fri
1
$330

By studying different artists, students will learn how to make their own versions of the Mona Lisa, The Scream, Starry Night, and other well-known works of art. Students will explore perspective, abstraction, point of view and cubism through the use of traditional drawing and painting materials. (Part 2 of 2 parts, part one is not required to register for part 2)


Summer Camp: What Would Picasso Paint? part 2 (Ages 7 – 9) | 8.1

Jonathan Narmita

Class #
Date(s)
Time
Days
Weeks
Fees
Master Member Fees
6204
8/1 - 8/5
9am - 3pm
Mon - Fri
1
$330

By studying different artists, students will learn how to make their own versions of the Mona Lisa, The Scream, Starry Night, and other well-known works of art. Students will explore perspective, abstraction, point of view and cubism through the use of traditional drawing and painting materials. (Part 2 of 2 parts, part one is not required to register for part 2)