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Nature’s Gallery (ages 5–7)

2020-08-03T08:25:16-04:00

Nature's Gallery Discover the art and design possibilities found in nature. Experiment with painting, clay sculpting, nature sketching and more. This camp is taking place online. Students will need access to a computer, laptop, tablet or phone with a camera, microphone and internet access for using the Zoom meeting app. Materials will be provided by the Hunterdon Art Museum and can be picked up [Read More...]

Drawing 101 (Ages 10 – 15)

2020-08-17T13:09:32-04:00

Drawing 101 Get ready to improve your drawing skills!  In this camp, students will draw from observation and increase their understanding of structure and composition.  They will work with charcoal, graphite, and pastels on a variety of still life subjects, and from photographs and nature (as weather permits). Projects do not repeat in weeks 2 and 9, respectively. Students will need access to a [Read More...]

Disney Camp (ages 5–9)

2018-03-25T10:58:51-04:00

429 Disney Camp Campers will become junior “Imagineers” and bring the magic of Walt Disney World to life.  Each day the “Imagineers” will work on projects inspired by the theme park, its attractions and characters through sketching, painting, sculpting, and building 3D models. This camp will prove to be a magical adventure! WEEK 8 (August 8–12) Age: 5–9 Time: 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. Tuiton: $245; member: $220 [Read More...]

Theater Camp: Where the Sidewalk Ends (ages 9-15)

2019-12-23T14:26:33-05:00

Theater Camp: Where the Sidewalk Ends “There is a voice inside of you.” Use that voice in this fun theater camp. Students will develop scripts, work on staging and narration, perform in groups, make props, and act out the poems of Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends.  WEEK 7 (July 29 - August 2) Age: 9–15 Time: 1:00–4:00 p.m. Fee: $245; member: [Read More...]

LEGO® Robotics I & II (ages 8–12, 9–15)

2018-03-25T10:58:59-04:00

LEGO® Robotics I & II Imagination and innovation come together in this exciting camp! Learn how to build a unique LEGO® NXT robot. Discover how it works and how to program your robot to perform different operations. Students will work individually and in teams to design and create a functioning robot, then watch it come to life. LEGO I is recommended for new and/or returning [Read More...]

After-Care (all ages)

2020-05-20T12:23:21-04:00

Summer Camp After-Care After-care is available for any camper attending 2020 Summer Camp at the Hunterdon Art Museum. After-care is directed by camp staff and volunteers. Supervised activities during after-care vary but may include free art time in ArtZone, board games, pleasure reading, and outdoor activities on our terrace (weather permitting). A daily snack will be provided. WEEKS 1–9 (June 22 – August 21) [Read More...]

Lunch with the Bunch (all ages)

2020-05-20T12:20:52-04:00

Lunch with the Bunch (2020) We offer supervised lunchtime for summer campers, Monday through Friday. Lunch With the Bunch is directed by camp staff and volunteers; activities include games and/or walks to downtown Clinton, the Red Mill Museum and other nearby destinations, weather permitting. Please bring a nut-free bag lunch.  WEEKS 1–9 Ages: all Time: 12:00–1:00 p.m. Fee: $50 per [Read More...]

Old Masters / New Era (ages 10-15)

2018-03-25T10:59:04-04:00

Old Masters / New Era This camp offers drawing, painting, and a little Art History. Learn about the old masters and create your own works of art with traditional wet and dry media including pencil, charcoal, pastels, watercolor, and acrylic paint. Line, shape, texture, value, composition, and perspective will be covered.  WEEK 9 (August 14–18) Age: 10-15 Time: 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Fee: $245; [Read More...]

Photography Boot Camp (ages 11—15)

2020-06-15T11:33:24-04:00

Photography Boot Camp Through demonstration and hands-on opportunities, students immerse themselves in the basics of using their digital camera during a concentrated learning experience in the classroom and outdoors. We will cover tips on good composition along with technical info on camera operation, shutter speed and aperture, and how to use the in-camera light meter for better exposure compensation. Students should bring a DSLR [Read More...]

Art from Around the World (ages 5–9)

2020-05-29T08:08:52-04:00

Art from Around the World Join us on a journey learning about different cultures of the world through art.  This camp explores artistic traditions from around the world with projects in clay, printmaking, painting, papier-mâché and fiber. Please note: This camp may be held virtually using Zoom. Students will be notified before the start of the class if the class must take place online. Click HERE to [Read More...]

Pinhole Photography (ages 10–15)

2020-05-27T14:17:07-04:00

Pinhole Photography Make your own camera and explore the amazing art of pinhole photography! Take black and white photographs and develop them yourself in our on-site darkroom. Please note: This camp may be held virtually using Zoom. Students will be notified before the start of the class if the class must take place online. Click HERE to learn more about online learning with HAM and contact Joan Gavornik with [Read More...]

Build It! Toys, Tech, LEGO (ages 11–15)

2018-03-25T10:59:05-04:00

480 Build It! Toys, Tech, LEGO® This camp is all about hands-on projects that inspire ingenuity and creativity. Build with LEGO® bricks and learn the ABC’s of design to make your own toys! Robots, kites, whirlybirds, and balloon-powered cars are just the beginning. WEEK 4 (July 13–17) Age: 11–15 Time: 1pm–4pm Fee: $245; member: $220 (plus $5 materials) Instructor: Joe Agabiti Register - [Read More...]