Art For Kids
We offer a variety of art programs for kids designed to nurture their creative potential!
Many of our current students are the children of our alumni!
Free Family Art Night
(first Friday of each month)
Free Family Art Night meets the first Friday of each month and is free of charge and open to the public. Children of any age are welcome to drop in between 6 and 7:30 and create a specially selected project with an adult in their life! Free and open to all ages.
Story Time in the Garden
(third Wednesday of each month)
This free program is open to preschoolers and their adult. Everyone meets at 10:30 AM in the Gazebo for a creative reading journey in the beautiful gardens. Free and open to preschoolers.
Summer Art Camp Call 386-676-3347 to reserve a spot today!
- Art camps are open to campers ages 6 – 12 and run from 9 AM – noon daily.
- Our class sizes are small with a low student to teacher ratio, and all of our teachers are experienced art educators.
- Please call to register your child. Payment must accompany registration to reserve a spot.
Fashionista June 8-12, 2015
Fashion week is coming to Ormond Memorial Art Museum this summer! During this popular camp you’ll start by making something for your personal sewing box and creating an accessory. Then, after learning a few sewing basics, move on to designing your dream dress! Finish the week by modeling your creation in a fashion show with your fellow fashionistas.
Meet the Masters June 15-19
Be inspired by the masters this summer at Ormond Memorial Art Museum! Paint the museum gardens like Monet, build a kinetic sculpture like Calder, turn an everyday object into art like Warhol, and much more. Complete the week by planning and hosting a gallery opening to display your masterpiece!
Art Around the World June 22-26
Explore the wonders of world art this summer from the museum classroom, galleries, and gardens! Young minds will go global while creating folk art projects from around the world. Learn how creativity connects us all by experimenting with different techniques from to Moroccan mosaics and Mexican metal tooling to creating an Ethiopian game and much more!
Upcoming Art for Kids Events