Day Camp

IMPORTANT

Please note: The Museum’s Day Camp is a one-week programme that is repeated from week to week.

Creating an account is required for enrollment in the 2016 day camp. Register now!

Registration begins March 8, 2016 at 13.30 pm

Information:
514-285-2000, option 3

Parents guide:

Medication form:

Fees

4-day week 4-day week 5-day week 5-day week Construction holidays Construction holidays
1stchild 2nd, 3rd, 4th child 1stchild 2nd, 3rd, 4th child 1stchild 2nd, 3rd, 4th child
Prix
grand public
$237 $214 $295 $265 $250 $225
Prix VIP $214 $193 $265 $240 $250 $225

* 4-day week
** 15% discount during construction holidays
There is no day camp on July 1.
The first T-shirt is included in the camp fees. Additional T-shirts are $10 each.

Availabilities

 Dates Ages 6 to 8 Ages 9 to 11 Ages 12 to 16
June 27-30 *
July 4-8
 July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29 **
August 1er -5 **
August 8-12
August 15-19
August 22-26

*4-day week
**15% discount during construction holidays
There is no day camp on July 1.
The first T-shirt is included in the camp fees. Additional T-shirts are $10 each.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

If a Day Camp reservation is cancelled 10 or more business days before the activity begins, the fees will be refunded in full, except for a $50 administration fee. No refunds will be granted for cancellations made less than 10 business days before the activity begins, unless the cancellation is made for medical reasons, in which case a doctor’s note is required and fees will be refunded in full.

Ages 6 to 8

If your kids have great imaginations, they love painting, drawing and making crafts, then this is the camp for them!

In the Galleries

The children are introduced to the fascinating world of art in the inspiring environment of the Museum. They will explore art from the four corners of the world and discover different eras and styles along the way. They will also have the opportunity to experience the Museum’s blockbuster exhibition, Pompeii.

In the Studio

In the company of their educator, the children will experiment with a variety of art techniques and create two- and three-dimensional objects. What a great opportunity to give free rein to their imagination!

The week wraps up with a presentation of the children’s artwork in an exhibition that they will mount themselves. Unforgettable memories!

Each group of 25 participants is led by three educators.

  • All the art material is provided.
  • Daycare service is free from 8 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 5.30 p.m.
  • The daily schedule includes time for snacks and recess.
  • After lunch, there is time to play outdoors, weather permitting.
  • Participants must bring their lunches and snacks (nothing that needs to be heated).
  • Day camp is bilingual. The children can converse with their educator in English or French.
  • Our educators are seasoned professionals.
  • The Museum provides a secure environment and a warm ambience.
Ages 9 to 11

Neither children nor teens, creative tweens have a special place at the Museum!

In the Galleries

Fun tours of the collections are designed to stimulate tweens’ thirst for discovery and their creative spirit and give them an opportunity to express themselves. They will explore art from the four corners of the world and discover different eras and styles along the way. They will also have the opportunity to experience the Museum’s blockbuster exhibition, Pompeii.

In the Studio

In the company of their educator, tweens will experiment with various art techniques and create two- and three-dimensional objects. The perfect opportunity to give free rein to their imagination!

The week wraps up with a presentation of the children’s artwork in an exhibition that they will mount themselves. Unforgettable memories!

Each group of 25 teens will be led by three educators.

  • All art material is provided.
  • Free daycare from 8 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 5.30 p.m. With written permission, teens may leave the Museum on their own at 4 p.m. To authorize a child to leave alone or with another adult, the parent must provide written authorization or give instructions to that effect when registering online for day camp.
  • The daily schedule includes time for snacks and recess.
  • Participants must bring their meals and snacks (nothing that needs to be heated).
  • Day camp is bilingual. The children can converse with their educator in English or French.
  • Our educators are experienced professionals.
  • The Museum offers a secure, warm and caring environment for your teens.
Ages 12 to 16

They’re always doodling, 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!

In the Galleries

Teens are invited to discover works in the collection and then exchange their points of view. An opportunity to explore the affective aspect of art.

In the Studio

Teens will be invited to experiment with a variety of techniques and mediums to create two- and three-dimensional works and then be given advice on taking their work to the next level. Special attention will be given to subjects that correspond to this age group’s interests with projects that are both fun and meaningful.

The week wraps up with a presentation of the teens’ creations in an exhibition that they will mount themselves. Unforgettable memories and new friends!

Each group of 25 teens will be led by three educators.
The teens will occupy different areas from the younger children.

  • All art material is provided.
  • Free daycare from 8 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 5.30 p.m. With written permission, teens may leave the Museum on their own at 4 p.m. To authorize a child to leave alone or with another adult, the parent must provide written authorization or give instructions to that effect when registering online for day camp.
  • Our daily schedule allows time for relaxation and snacks.
  • Participants must bring their meals and snacks (nothing that needs to be heated).
  • Day camp is bilingual. The children can converse with their educator in English or French.
  • Our educators are experienced professionals.
  • The Museum offers a secure, warm and caring environment for your teens.

HOW TO REGISTER ONLINE

Access your account online and create a child profile (section profile information, go to the end of that page) and register.

Become a VIP member  and get an additional discount

Programme for children/tweens and teens from low-incomes families

The Merlin Fund and the Lethbridge Fund provide underprivileged children with a chance to develop their artistic talents. Representatives of community groups are encouraged to submit the name of a child aged six to sixteen inclusive who could benefit from free tuition to the Museum’s Day Camp.

Applications for scholarships through the Merlin and Lethbridge Funds
and the counsellor-in-training programme should be sent to

Marilyn Lajeunesse
Education and Community Programmes,
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts,
P.O. Box 3000, Station H,
Montreal, Quebec
H3G 2T9

Or by email

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts thanks the Fondation de la Chenelière for its financial support of the Museum’s educational and cultural activities.

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