@ Greenpoint Reformed Church
For artists entering K-2nd and 3rd-5th grades
Each Summer Art Workshop week is created around a big idea that is explored through drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and more! Projects include collaborative and skill building activities, as well as ongoing projects and free art time. Popular themes are repeated year-to-year, but the projects and art created are as unique as each group of artists. On Fridays, young artists stage an exhibition to share their work with family and friends!
Our artists work daily in their sketchbooks, have recess in the park, and take trips around the neighborhood to find sources of inspiration. Classes are limited to 10 students each, with no more than 18 on any given week. We maintain a high teacher/student ratio with at least one adult per every six students for plenty of one-on-one attention.
Summer Art Workshop 2023 is hosted by Greenpoint Reformed Church. Greenpoint Reformed Church is located at 136 Milton St, between Manhattan Ave and Franklin St and within walking distance of several neighborhood parks and playgrounds. Our programs at GRC support the Greenpoint Reformed Church Hunger Program. For more information about this neighborhood program and ways you can help, click HERE.
SUMMER ART WORKSHOP 2023 is SOLD OUT
See you next year!
Camp days run from 9am to 4pm.
Regular tuition $650/week; Reduced tuition $550/week
Early drop-off beginning at 8am available every day for no additional fee.
A Day at ESScp Summer Art Workshop
9-9:30am: Arrival, welcome, and daily ice-breaker.
9:30-10:30am: Introduction to the theme of the day. Artists look at and discuss art, engage in collaborative art experiments, work in their sketchbooks, and more.
10:30-11am: Snack break
11-12pm: More art making. Artists explore materials and processes, build art skills, and problem solve individually and in groups.
12-1:45pm: Lunch and recess in the park.
1:45-3pm: Continue the main project of the day, and/or art choice time. A selection of materials and projects are rotated throughout the week for artists to explore on their own terms.
3-3:30pm: Clean up, sharing, and reflection.
3:30-4pm: Pick-up and goodbye!