Students in grades 1-6 can take part in an artistic week of fun to keep their minds active and the creative juices flowing during summer break! This Digital Arts Camp is Box Of Light’s digital smorgasbord, instructed by teaching artist Rand Whipple. Every day has a different challenge. Dabble in claymation, green screen, film, digital books and robotics. Sculpt, build, film, program and make some new friends!
Important Details and Registration Form
Campers should bring a water bottle, a packed lunch and their imagination!
Read this 2021 Camp Information and Registration
A non-refundable deposit of $40 is due at the time of registration. The remaining balance will be due June 1.
Art Camp Scholarship Form
Camp Tuition Rates
- Session FULL Students entering grades 4-6 ~ $165 per week or $150 per week for PCCA members
- Students entering grades 1-3 ~ $125 per week or $110 per week for PCCA members
Perry County Council of the Arts is adhering to COVID-19 safety measures throughout our organization with regard to program planning and implementation. Our safety plan establishes guidelines for participants and staff in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We will take active steps to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 during our program hours. We will comply with necessary precautions and recommendations from CDC, Federal and State agencies.
Note: These recommendations will be adjusted as needed as new information becomes available to decrease the risk of exposure for our participants and staff.
To sign up online, complete both the payment and the Registration Form below.
If paying by check, please mail your check to PCCA, Attn: Summer Art Camp, PO Box 354, Newport, PA 17074, and include the name of the Summer Art Camp participant(s) it should be applied to.
If paying by PayPal, please use the drop-down box below.
Thanks to the generosity of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities/Perry County Community Foundation, we are able to offer reduced registration rates for 2020! No further discounts apply.
Summer Art Camp is made possible by The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Perry County Community Foundation, a regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities.