The Museum has reserved a special place for imaginative budding artists who love to paint, draw and make things!
What happens at day camp?
The Museum day camp introduces children to the fascinating world of art in an inspiring environment. Day camp participants will explore art from the four corners of the world, discovering different eras and styles along the way. They will also get to experience the Museum’s major exhibitions: Drawing inspiration from the big show of the summer, Picasso face à face, they will create modern projects with inventive forms overflowing with colour.
Playing games and making two- and three-dimensional projects with different techniques and artistic approaches in creative workshops, children can let their imaginations run wild in a relaxed environment.
Park excursions are planned for the afternoons, weather permitting. Indoor games will be organized on rainy days.
The week wraps up with a presentation of the children’s artwork in an exhibition that they will mount themselves. The 2018 Museum day camp will offer unforgettable memories and new friendships!
Registered children must have turned 6 years old by September 30, 2018, at the latest. The day camp schedule and projects are not suitable for younger children. The Museum reserves the right to ask for proof of age.
They’re always drawing, they love art and enjoy trying new things. Creative teens are sure to find others who share their interests at the Museum’s Day Camp!
The Museum offers a completely distinct art camp for teens. In their own space and at their own pace, teens are given an opportunity to connect with artworks in an atmosphere of respect and exchange with the idea of exploring deeper meaning in art.
Through age-appropriate projects, teens experiment with a wide variety of creative techniques and processes that encourage individual expression.
The week wraps up with a presentation of the teens’ creations in an exhibition they mount themselves. Unforgettable memories and new friends!
The day camp is bilingual. Participants are free to talk in English or French.