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Kids Summer Art Program

Now offering two sessions!

Passport to Art - Summer Art Program 2024

Get ready for a summer packed with creativity! Our highly anticipated "Passport to Art" camp is returning, now with an exciting addition of a second session, one for both June and July! Starting May 1st, enroll your little ones for one or both of our 1-week summer art program sessions, where they'll embark on a global artistic journey, exploring art from five countries each week. Every day, they'll create projects to take home and collect stamps in their keepsake souvenir passports! Plus, they'll enjoy authentic refreshments from the featured countries every day.

Session I: Monday, June 10th - Friday, June 14th

First session countries: Japan, Chile, Nigeria, Thailand, and Germany. 

Session II: Monday, July 8th - Friday, July 12th Monday, July 15th - Friday, July 19th

Second session countries: Australia, Sweden, Iran, Papua New Guinea, and Ukraine.

Classes run from 10 AM to 12 PM and is open to children ages 6 through 12 years.

Registration per child is $50 with current Nave membership and $75 for non-members and is on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum of 20 attendees per session. Don't miss out!

*Please be advised that registration and payment are two separate forms!*
Registration will not be confirmed until form has been submitted and payment has been made. 

Kids Summer Camp Registration Form


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  • Child(ren)'s name(s)
  • Age
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Passport to Art - Summer Art Program 2023

This summer was our first ever summer art program and boy did it prove to be a great success! For our inaugural year, students traversed the globe by exploring the countries of Mexico, China, Israel, India, and Kenya. They completed take-home art projects like Mexican papeles picados and espejos, make-your-own-tortillas, Chinese origami paper lanterns and scratch art with chopsticks, Israeli challah bread braiding and decoration of Hamsa Hands, Indian mandala window cling art and traditional sand art, and finally African rain stick decorating and creation of Maasai warrior necklaces and bracelets from the country of Kenya. They learned from authentic people with life experience from each country about the culture and history of the different types of artistic expression found there and experienced some foods, a little bit of dance, and a whole lot of FUN! 

This wonderful program was coordinated and run by Tracy Branfman under the guidance of Claire Santellana of Crossroads Art House and assisted by our wonderful volunteers Ariana Tupa and Olivia Reynolds. Additional assistance in producing this exceptional camp was provided by the following individuals:

  • Kris Ortiz (Santa Rita Market)- Papel picado and paper crafts
  • Our Lady of Sorrows Ballet Folklorico- traditional Mexican dance
  • Ventura's Tamales- Mexican snacks and tortilla dough
  • Stephanie Carlson- handmade Challah bread and Hebrew cultural education
  • Namrita Parikh- Indian sand art, henna tattoo art, and traditional Indian snacks 
  • Shaina and Bryan Baira of Baira_Mvmnt_Phlosphy- Interpretive Theatre Movement activities 

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