Whether your kids have a creative touch with textile arts, an ear for music, or can’t wait to find their spotlight, Brooklyn is home to a number of fine arts camps you won’t want to miss.
Brooklyn CenterStage gives budding thespians a theatrical experience like no other. Campers can look forward to voice, drama, tap, musical theater dance, acting with masks, stage combat and audition technique. There are two camp sessions: July 5 – 15 ($765) or July 18 – 29 ($850). Note that each session is capped at 20 kids, so you’ll want to secure your spot ASAP!
Looking for a flexible summer guitar camp? Look no further than Ezra Guitar. With weekly themes like Rock ‘n’ Reggae, American Folk Songs, and World Music – coupled with stories, outdoor fun, crafts, and sprinkler time, kids are guaranteed to have a blast. Camp is geared toward children in kindergarten through 5th, and weekly registration is $380 per session. For more information, visit the Ezra Guitar website.
Kids ages 5 to 12 will explore weaving, sewing, embroidery, printing, felting and dyeing with Textile Arts Center. Each day will center on a project, with organized play and field trips mixed in for good measure. Tuition is $425 to $500 per week. For more information, visit the Textile Arts Center website.