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WEEK 1 | May 30 - June 3

To register, call Tony Phillips at (912) 259-9228!

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Art in Nature, Camp 1

Come explore the wonder and creativity that nature has to offer!  Nature is a great inspiration for art; full of textures and colors. In the ‘Art in Nature’ summer camp, we will learn how to make paper, print using the power of the sun, leaf painting, and more!


Instructor: Olivia Carter

Ages: 7-12

Time: 1-4 p.m.
Location: Roxie Remley 2-D Studio

LEGO® Camp

Come and join the fun at LEGO Camp!! Campers can let their imaginations run free while building whatever they want. Campers will also be using Legos for logic and learning activities.  We will have a spinning top Lego challenge and will also be painting with Legos. If you love building with Legos and creating masterpieces, this camp is for you!!


Instructor: Michelle Nesmith

Ages: 4-7 

Time: 9 a.m.-noon
Location: Averitt Third-Floor Classroom


Love science? Enjoy art? Stem Camp will include lots of fun activities making different structures and experiencing science activities. Making structures out of marshmallows and pretzels, experimenting with ice, making volcanoes and more. Wow!  So much fun to explore science with art making!!


Instructor: Michelle Nesmith

Ages: 4-7

Time: 1-4 p.m.

Location: Averitt Third-Floor Classroom

Ukulele Camp

Come join Mr. Robert and focus on learning various chords, strumming patterns and having fun. Concert on Friday! Campers must provide their own ukulele.

Instructor:  Robert Cottle
Ages: 7-11

Time:  9 a.m.-noon
Location: Averitt Youth Gallery

Clay Academy 

Campers will have a blast with all things clay!!! Hand-building techniques like pinching, coiling, and slab building will be learned. Each day will have a theme for campers to explore and generate their creativity! Projects will be fired and ready for pickup two weeks after camp. 


Instructor: Erin Henry

Ages: 7-12

Time: 9 am-3 pm
Location: Roxie Remley 3-D Studio

Supply Fee: $15 per camper

Painting for Gamers, Session 1

From Dungeons and Dragons to Risk to Warhammer, the world of tabletop games is filled with miniatures! In ‘Painting for Gamers’ we will be exploring the world of painting, and playing with, those miniatures. Campers will learn all about the basic principles (and some more advanced ones) of painting and how to apply them to any miniature they want. Campers will also get a chance to learn about and participate in all the different kinds of games that can be played with their miniatures. While miniatures, supplies and games will be provided, the first morning of camp will be spent taking a field trip to Galactic Comics and Games in downtown Statesboro, where campers will get to pick out the paints and miniatures that they are most interested in. Please have your child bring the supply fee ($20) with them on the first day. All supplies purchased with the supply fee will be his/hers to keep at the conclusion of camp.

Instructor: Greg Hogan

Ages: 11-15

Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Averitt Second-Floor Classroom

Supply fee: $20 cash

Maximum of 15 students