Summer Camp

Art Explorium is pleased to offer week-long camps for children ages 6 and up! This year we are offering two camps, each with a different theme and instructor. Join us to brighten your summer with art and creativity!  
Registration for camps is required. To register online click on the “Register Here” link below. All Art Explorium programs are subject to cancellation in cases of low enrollment or emergency, in which case participants will receive a full refund. Cancellations made by participants at least one week in advance of the camp are subject to a $50 processing fee. Cancellations made less than one week before the start of camp are not eligible for refunds. For additional questions about our summer camp program, please contact ana@artexplorium.org or call (808) 312-4316.

 

 

 

Art Around Your World

Monday, June 11 – Friday, June 15

Daily: 9 am – 1 pm

$260 per child & $240 per each additional sibling

Ages 6 – 10

Join us for a week of fun and creativity! We’ll let our imaginations wander through the world of art, journeying from our little neighborhood in Kaimuki to faraway places in Europe, Africa, Asia and South America. Students will make unique art that celebrates their own culture as well as the world around them. Camp will be led by instructor Ashley Katamoto, who is the former Art Explorium party coordinator and currently teaches art at University Laboratory School.
Please note that students in this class are required to bring lunch, a refillable water bottle, and an old t-shirt (for turning in to art). For more info regarding snacks, attire, drop-off & pick-up, please see our camp policies. For more info about getting to our studio and where to park, please see our location guide.

 

 

 

Art Across Time

Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29

Daily: 1 pm – 5 pm

$260 per child & $240 per each additional sibling

Ages 6 – 10

Get inspired by renowned artists of the past and present! Students will have the opportunity to journey through time and space to learn about visual storytellers throughout history. We’ll learn about masterpieces created by some of the world’s greatest artists, and of course create some masterpieces of our own! Camp will be led by instructor Lily Hebert, an art educator at University Laboratory School and the Honolulu Museum of Art School.
Please note that we will not be eating lunch during this class, but students should bring a snack, a refillable water bottle, and an old t-shirt (for turning in to art). For more info regarding snacks, attire, drop-off & pick-up, please see our camp policies. For more info about getting to our studio and where to park, please see our location guide.