Ready For An Art Summer? Join us at the ZACC for one or many of our delightful and inspiring camps taught by experienced artists and teachers. Our 10-week long summer school covers a variety of different disciplines including drama, visual art, slapstick comedy, installation art, story-telling,costumes and games, and our AMP Music Camps!
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 12 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.
We are very excited to introduce AMP music camps. AMP (Alternatibve Music Project) is a collaboration between the ZACC and The Top Hat. Our music camps aim to break the mold of how children think about musical instruction, and campers will begin to see instruments in more creative and empowering ways, rather than intimidating and hard. Click on the descriptions to find out more!
Students will learn the fundamentals of physical comedy, including how to run into walls, trip and fall, and engage in fisticuffs all in the name of having a good-old fashioned, side-splitting good time.
In this camp students will collaboratively brainstorm a story concept, location, characters, conflicts, and relationships. They will work together to create a cohesive story, using physical theatre devices and techniques that explore tempo, rhythm, sound, light, and space with the materials they have at hand.
June 29th-July 3rdMornings: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.Instructor: Garrett Bryant$90 | $80 for members*If you're a Member call for your discount!Want to create powerful, interactive art for your audience? Unlike artwork in a gallery, installation art can take place anywhere and transform an everyday place into a work of art. In this class, young artists will learn about using objects, senses, and space to build an artistic environment. Students will learn about the traditional elements of sculpture and installation art and how the two are related and different.