Geared for children ages K5-12, our popular summer art camp sessions are offered from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. throughout the summer. Pre-care and after-care are also available for each session. Campers are instructed in a variety of visual and performing arts activities such as drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, pantomime, improvisation and musical theater. On the final day of each camp, an exhibition of the work produced and a public performance is held for families and friends.
Early bird registration for members begins on March 1st. Non-members may register beginning on March 4th.
To open and/or download the 2019 FAOS Camp brochure, please click here.
To REGISTER ONLINE, please click here (available on March 1st for members; March 4th for non-members).
To download the registration form only, please click here.
- please download the PARENT INFO PACK
- please fill out and submit the PARENT QUESTIONNAIRE. Your child cannot attend camp without this form being submitted.
Scholarships are not CLOSED.
JUNIOR CAMP COUNSELORS
The Art Museum of South Texas provides opportunities for young people, ages 14-18, to volunteer as junior camp counselors. These junior counselors assist the lead visual and performing art instructors and serve as mentors to the younger students during camp sessions. If you are interested in becoming a Junior Camp Counselor, please submit the application here: