Summer Youth Art Camp Offers Free Classes for Kids and Teens

The summer season is a time for children and teenagers to explore their creativity; now they have the perfect opportunity. Introducing the Summer Youth Art Camp, a Lake County Arts Council program that offers free art classes for kids and teens.

This exciting initiative aims to provide young individuals with a platform to express themselves through various art forms. From painting and drawing to creative writing, there is something for everyone to discover and enjoy.

The Summer Youth Art Camp is open to children and teenagers aged 5 to 18. It will run for two weeks, from June 17 to 21st at the Main Street Gallery in Lakeport and July 8 to 12th in Lucerne at the Lucerne Harbor Artist Village. Each class, participants will have the chance to engage in different art activities and projects, allowing them to explore their interests, develop their artistic skills, and bring home a project to keep.

One of the key benefits of this art camp is that it is completely free of charge. This ensures that children and teenagers from all backgrounds have equal access to quality art education and exposure. The program is made possible through the generous grant from the Lake County Wine Alliance.

Another highlight of the Summer Youth Art Camp is the opportunity for participants to learn from experienced and talented artists. These instructors will provide guidance and support, helping young individuals unlock their creative potential and encouraging them to think outside the box.

Parents and guardians are encouraged to enroll their children and teenagers early, as spaces are limited. Registration can be done online at Lakearts.org or by visiting the Main Street Gallery, 325 N Main St, Lakeport. 

The Summer Youth Art Camp is a unique opportunity for children and teenagers to engage in artistic expression, expand their horizons, and make new friends who share their passion for the arts. Don’t miss out on this incredible chance to nurture and showcase your child’s creativity!

For more information and to register, visit Lakearts.org.

Curated by The Bloom Staff

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