The Foreman Art Gallery’s summer art camp returns this year with a different theme each week to capture the interest of our imaginative youth! With specialized art educators, campers will discover the wealth of materials and techniques used by artists. While trying their hand at different art forms, campers will learn about the work of traditional and contemporary artists. At the end of each week, campers share their creations in an exhibition at the Community Art Lab and the Foreman Art Gallery.
Located at Bishop’s University, our summer art camp offers an inspirational setting with the opportunity to work in a real artist’s studio, as well as access to the lush campus grounds and an outdoor pool!
The Foreman Art Gallery art camp is a wonderful opportunity for children to grow artistically. They are able to create exciting projects using various mediums. The art educators provide positive encouragement to the children making for a fun-filled week, located on such a beautiful campus! My daughter thoroughly enjoyed her creative week!
Stacey Johnston, Madison’s mom
The camp will run from June 27 to August 19, 2022
The camp is schedule Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 4 pm
Pre- and after- camp care is provided and included in the fee. It runs form 8 to 9 am and from 4 to 5 pm
*please note that there will be no after-camp care on Fridays due to the campers’ exhibition.
about the camp
The camp is for children of ages 6 to 12
Camp will hold a maximum of 20 children, led by two art educators
All artistic materials are provided
The camp is bilingual and the children can speak English or French with their educators
8 WEEKS – 8 THEMES!
Our daily schedule allows time to play outside, to go to the pool and for snacks
190$ / WEEK
Campers must bring their lunches and snacks. The Art Lab is equipped with a fridge and a microwave
The Art Lab, The Foreman Art Gallery and the Bishop’s University campus offer a secure, warm and caring environment for your children
Week 1: Do It Yourself (June 27 - July 1)
This week of activities calls for cleverness and creativity! From paper to paintbrush and the paint itself, we can make it all ourselves. Join us in discovering how we can create, build and design our own materials and objects from scratch. Creativity is the essential ingredient!
Week 2: Voyage Around the World and Through the Epochs (July 4 - 8)
Join us for a grand voyage around the world where we will uncover art across the four corners of our planet! From ancient civilizations to modern techniques, we will discover how people have expressed themselves artistically through time. What makes art different from one culture to the other, from one person to the next? Come create your own artistic footprint in time!
Week 3: The Great Outdoors (July 11 - 15)
Forget the indoors, this week, the great outdoors will be your artistic studio! Explore the environment for materials and let your creativity run free, there are no rules when it comes to creating art. Follow in the footsteps of land artists and learn how to use nature as your paintbrush!
Week 4: Young Directors (July 18 - 22)
3 – 2 – 1 – Action! Want to learn all about moviemaking? This week is dedicated to the world of camera action and everything that goes on behind the scenes. Learn how to create storylines, illustrations, and what it takes to put it all together to create a film!
Week 5: When Art Meets Science (July 25 - 29)
Pack your lab coats and goggles and get ready to get your hands dirty this week where art meets science. Join us in our crazy experiments and projects that will blow your mind. From bubbles to eruptions and crazy magic tricks, science and art are not so different after all!
Week 6: Reinventing Art History (August 1 - 5)
Landscapes, portraits, still life… This week, we will explore a range of artistic genres and techniques through the work of inspiring artists such as Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock, Norval Morrisseau, Georgia O’Keeffe, Antoni Gaudi and many more.
Week 7: Cabinet of Curiosity (August 8 - 12)
This week, we will curate our very own cabinet of curiosities! In preparation for the art camp vernissage, our young curators will find, select, and fabricate all the curious objects that will fill the shelves of our cabinet: from experimenting with gems and fossils, to painting with tempera and making mystical creatures such as narwal and unicorns.
Week 8: Arts Saves the Day (August 15 - 19)
With great creativity comes great responsibility! Together, we will design our own costumes, create comic strips and share epic tales of superheroes, sidekicks and supervillains.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
If a day camp reservation is cancelled seven or more 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 fewer than seven 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.
Need More Information?
Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 819-822-9600 ext. 2260