Monday-Friday, June 24-August 30

Summer Camps: Ages 14-18

Calling all artists! Roll up your sleeves and put on a smock because we have creative summer camps for you! Thematic and technique-focused camps return this summer for children and teens, ages 5-18.

Campers explore the fundamentals of the visual arts through creative projects in various two- and three-dimensional media. Line, color, shape, texture, space, and form will all be emphasized through creative projects based on campers’ observations and imaginations.

New and returning campers are welcome to experiment and be inventive with traditional and non-traditional art materials and all camps have been redesigned for 2019!

AAC’s summer camps are popular and often experience waitlists. Please register today to guarantee your spot!




Monday-Friday, June 24-August 30

Morning Sessions


Afternoon Sessions


Additional Information
  • For families interested in a full day option, please register for both the morning and afternoon sessions
  • Complimentary before-care from 9-10 am for campers enrolled in morning sessions
  • Complimentary, supervised lunch break for full day campers (we ask that you bring a nut free, brown bag lunch)
  • Complimentary after-care from 4-5 pm for campers enrolled in afternoon sessions

Register For Camps
Interested in getting more involved? AAC has classroom assistant opportunities available to ages 14+.

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March 30 - May 26, 2024

NO GRIDS NO MASTERS: a Post-Cartesian Experiment is an exploration and contestation of the grid and the structured set of worldviews that are embedded in it. Incorporating digital and traditional weaving, sculpture, found objects, and transformed cast materials, the installation reflects the artist’s intense engagement with material.

Federico Cuatlacuatl: Tiaxcas Intergalácticxs, Topileastronáuticxs

April 6 - May 26, 2024

In experimental film and multimedia installation, Federico Cuatlacuatl explores transborder indigenous Nahua identities. His work envisions indigenous futurity as a means of thinking about history, diasporic legacies, and cultural identities.

Clarissa Pezone: The Woods of No Name

March 30 - May 26, 2024

In Clarissa Pezone’s figurative installations, the artist utilizes the qualities of clay to evoke the uncanny in otherworldly and unsettling scenes. For The Woods of No Name, Pezone has created a new installation that explores the concept of limbo–what the artist describes as “the mystic space that exists between reality and the unknown.”