You can’t use up creativity.
The more you use, the more you have.
The more risks you allow children to make, the better they learn to take care of themselves.
Check out our summer camp offerings for ages 4-14.
Every Child is an Artist.
2015 Summer Camps are now open for registration
Clementine Studio Summer Art Camps
Offering weekly themed camps Monday – Friday, 1 – 4 pm, $235 includes materials and snack. Check out full descriptions, dates and age ranges.
• The Yellow Submarine
• Manga Madness
• Super Structures
• Roald Dahl’s The BFG
• Storytelling through Art
• Deep Space
• Out of Africa
• Puppetry in Film
• Puppet Theatre
• Jurassic Art
• Surrealism- WAY Out There Sensations
• Color Riot
Register your camper today!
Process over Product: We emphasize creation over replication, helping each artist to develop and express their unique artistic vision.
Artist’s Choice: We have a saying, “You’re the artist- you get to choose!” This is not a paint by the numbers kind of school- we color outside the lines!
Art is Smart: Studies show that process oriented art is vital for the healthy development of the brain (and lots of fun :D)
A Creative Life is a Healthy Life: The link between creativity and better physical and mental health is well established by research. Creating helps people to be happier, less anxious, more resilient and better equipped to problem solve in the face of adversity.
Summer is just around the bend...
As a former elementary school teacher, I can say without a doubt that Clementine is the best art studio in town. My two girls, ages 3 and 6, have done classes, camps, and birthday parties at Clementine. The wealth of kid perfect materials along with exactly the right balance of instruction and self guided exploration leads to amazing art and excellent creative experiences. In fact, we were in New York City this summer at the Children’s Museum of Art, which has a similar structure, and I found myself thinking the whole time that Clementine did it better! We are so lucky to have this fabulous studio in Boulder.Sarah Weisman