1 Day Camps for kids in K-2
$125/day Hours: 8am-3pm
3pm-6:00 optional free aftercare/studio time
***no camps days scheduled between December-February
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4-Day package/$470 (Choose all four September dates and take advantage of a discounted price.)
1 day camps are offered on holidays between September and June when NYC public schools are closed. These camps take our art adventures to a new level with studio time combined with field trips. Kids are encourage to make connections between the days’ experiences and their art making because what we make is affected by the world around us and how we interpret it. Drop-off at Brooklyn Art Hive between 8-8:30am.
September 14- (Rosh Hashanah) – Folk Art Museum-Artists and their materials/Central Park picnic lunch weather permitting- full
September 15 – (Rosh Hashanah) – Prospect Park Zoo-full
September 23 (Yom Kippur) 4Freedoms Park, Roosevelt Island Kite Flight for Peace. Social Practice as an art medium. Picnic lunch weather permitting. full
September 24 (Eid al-Adha) Brooklyn Bridge Park -Jeppe Hein’s Scavenger Hunt-“Please Touch the Art” full
October 12 (Columbus Day) Rubin Museum of Art – The Power of Masks, Guided tour and workshop.
November 3rd (Election Day)***FOR PRE-K thru 2ND GRADE
Brooklyn Children’s Museum- Heart and Seoul FULL
November 11th K-2 (Veterans Day) D.R.A.W. Draw and Reflect Art Workshop at the Drawing Center.
“This workshop engages students with The Drawing Center’s exhibitions through a guided tour and hands-on project. Specific works will be discussed in detail in order to practice sustained observation and encourage more personal and thoughtful responses.”
To read more about The Drawing Center, you can visit their website for more details: http://www.drawingcenter.org/en/drawingcenter/30/education/
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March 25th (Good Friday)
May 30th (Memorial Day)
June 9th (Chancellor’s Conference Day)
June 14th (Clerical Day)
What if it rains? Will you still go on the trip? We’ll try our best to embrace the Scandinavian phrase “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing.” That said, sometimes the weather might just get in the way of our art experience. In those situations, we’ll need to readjust the itinerary, but will keep you posted of any changes.
How old does my child have to be? Our excursions have been planned for kids in grades k-2 most of the time, and our days are very active. We do not have nap times built into our time, and are unable to accommodate kids in Pre-K, or younger siblings of kindergarten kids in the program.
What is the staff to explorer ratio for the trips?We maintain a 1:5 staff ratio for all trips.
How many artist campers are there each day?Anywhere between 4 and 10 depending on the trip planned, but 10 is the most we will have.
How do you travel on your art adventures?We use NYC public transportation.
What will my child need to bring for their day?Kids should bring a lunch from home, along with a snack, and a water bottle.
What should my child/ren wear? Kids should wear something comfortable with shoes great for walking distances. Back at the studio, we have smocks but wear something you won’t mind getting messy!
Do you offer sibling discounts? Yes, there is a 10% discount for siblings on our 1 day camps.
What will you provide for camp?
-optional breakfast of maple and brown sugar oatmeal & seasonal fruit for kids that that arrive between 8-8:30am
-fruit, and pretzels throughout the day while at the studio
-Healthy snack provided for kids in aftercare between 3-6pm.