Summer Camps

Ready for summer!? We take special care to create the best curriculums possible with the most talented, experienced, and innovative instructors that Missoula has to offer. We accept a maximum of 15 kids in each camp in order to make sure each child gets adequate attention and quality instruction. Each camp is aimed at creating community connections, building self esteem, and helping youth to access their creative voice.
*Kids enrolled in both morning and afternoon camps stay with us through lunch and go to the park!!*
If you wish to hold your spot in camp without paying for the whole camp in advance, you may do so with a $50 non-refundable deposit.
Many camps have sold out already! This is a list of all our camps with available spots. Click here to see all our camps including ones that are sold out.

For families who need assistance with the costs for enrolling their youth know that we happily offer scholarships.

July 24, 2017 - 9:00am

In this camp, students will make art in the spirit of generosity and brightening other’s days. Campers will choose people, places, causes, or things that are important to them and create art projects to give to those in need. Each day campers will choose a different recipient of the art they make and deliver it.

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July 24, 2017 - 10:00am

Drop the beat and rhyme! In this camp, campers will learn about Hip-Hop history and culture, write an original song, and perform at the Top Hat for Family Friendly Friday July 28th. They will also make t-shirts and flyers, experience a breakdancing performance and talkback, discuss beat creation, song structure, and more.

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July 31, 2017 - 9:00am

We welcome you to Glitter Mania! What better way to celebrate sunny, summer days than with shimmer and shine? This camp will work with sculpture, portraiture, composition and more with glitter as our primary medium!

July 31, 2017 - 1:00pm

In this camp, we will design and build our own puppets as well as a stage set, write our own puppet show, and perform it for an audience on the last day of class.

Taught by Michael LaPointe