SPRING BREAK ART CAMP

Spring is in the air! You will want to join us for a gloriously art-filled week of creativity, inspiration and fun.

Ages: 2nd – 5th grade

Monday – Friday

April 2 – 6, 2018

Morning Art Class
9:30 am – 12:15 pm
$170 members/$180 non-members, all materials included
Enjoy five spring mornings of creatively fun art!

Afternoon Art Class
12:15 pm – 3 pm
$170 members/$180 non-members, all materials included
Join us for morning and afternoon classes for a spring week filled with creatively fun art!

Click   below to register for awesome SPRING ART CAMP  classes!



MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
SUPER SUMMER ART CAMP 2018 coming soon!

Ages 6 – High School
July 9-13
July 16-20
July 23-27
July 30 – Aug 3

 



 Inspire      Encourage       Create

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Community Foundation Santa Cruz CountyThanks to a grant from the Community Foundation Santa Cruz County and donations from people just like you, four week Art After School classes are provided for a small stipend to elementary and middle school students.

We have established a Gloria Seneres Memorial Fund which directly supports our Art After School programs. If you wish to make a contribution DONATE online today or send a check to the Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center, 9341 Mill St. Ben Lomond, CA 95005. All contributions are tax-deductible.

Thanks for helping make youth art happen!



 

SCMAC Visual Arts and Music Content Standards

The Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center recognizes the importance of a variety of art experiences for the well-rounded development of children, for enriching local communities and for a more humane global community. All Art Center youth art classes incorporate age appropriate SCMAC Standards and California State Content Standards for the Visual Arts and Music. Content standards were designed to encourage the highest achievement of every student, by defining the knowledge, concepts, and skills that students should acquire at each grade level.

 

 

 

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