Welcome to Art Days of Summer
Art Days of Summer is an Arts program where children ages 3-10 enjoy, drawing ,designing, inventing and much more! We encourage uneven circles and the use of 'outside the box' thinking when producing art!
Our camp is full of fun, enriching experiences for children who love to create! Through art activities our campers not only learn how to use various art tools and materials but also learn different art techniques and terminology. Through creativity, our young artists learn how to build critical thinking and visual communication skills as well as social relations and team collaborations.
Along with themed filled weeks, we learn about various artists (famous and local). We explore all of what the D.C. Metropolitan area has to offer by going on weekly field trips. We visit museums like the Museum of Natural History, and The African Art Museum and fill our theatrical curiosity by enjoying wonderful theater productions at the Imagination Stage!
For more information please feel free to contact our Founder/Director Lisa Ochieng. Spaces will fill up FAST so grab a slot for your little one and let them start exploring their creative side!
Virtual Camp Weeks
for Summer 2021
July 6, 2021 (no camp July 5)
July 12, 2021
July 19, 2021
July 26, 2021
August 2, 2021
*note: The last day for DCPS students is June 25, 2021
$120/per session per child.
20% discount for first sibling
10% discount for each additional sibling.
Friends of Art Days of Summer
Frequently asked questions
How do I register my child?
Click on the “Summer Camp” page on this site and follow the instructions. You will be prompted to enter your detailed family registration information.
What's the refund policy?
If you submit a refund request via phone or email before June 1st, you will receive a full refund of the tuition amount paid. Unfortunately, we cannot provide refunds for early bird specials or last-minute cancellations.
What ages can attend Art Days of Summer?
Camp is offered two age ranges:
What is the typical camp schedule?
How does the check-in/check-out process work?
Security is very important, anyone who comes to pick up a child (a nanny, relative, friend, etc.) must be on the authorized pick-up list. We check the contact list and verify their ID before allowing the camper to leave.
What does my child need to bring each day?
Your child should wear comfortable clothes and shoes they can walk in, bring a light sweater, a water bottle, sunscreen, sunglasses and/or a hat, and a swimsuit and towel on water days.
Are breakfast and/or lunch provided?
Yes, at our locaiton DCPS will provide free breakfast and lunch to children throughout the summer.
What happens if the week I want is full?
You will be given the option online to join the waitlist. There is no cost to be placed on the waitlist. We will contact you if a spot become available, but you are not obligated to sign up.