Build an instrument, form a band, and play porch music! Full Day Camp
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.
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.
For families who need assistance with the costs for enrolling their youth know that we happily offer scholarships.
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Drop the beat and rhyme! Full-Day Camp
This class will address the fundamentals involved in creating a comic book.
Growing up should be about big, fun adventures!
Create beats and form songs using your computer!
How do they get that sound? Come find out! Campers will learn about instrument set-up, amplifiers, effects, microphones and more. The best way to learn is by doing and exploring. This camp features a field trip the the Top Hat Lounge for a live soundcheck and is taught by local professionals. Want to feel more confident in a music store?
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.
August 1st-5th | Afternoons: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
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. We will be referencing the greats, such as Charlie Chaplin, the Marx Brothers, Buster Keaton and The Three Stooges. There will be a showcase for parents and friends during the last session of class.
Students will learn how they did it in the old days, by creating their own Vaudeville Variety show. They'll write silly songs, tell sillier jokes, and develop the silliest sketches. If you have a kid who does it all, this is the camp for them. Camp will culminate in a performance for parents and friends on the Friday of camp.
This hands-on, outdoor mural workshop will lead students through the process of designing and painting a public art piece for Missoulians to enjoy and admire for years to come, led by Patricia and Tim Thornton.