Cranbrook Art Museum Summer Camps
July 14 – August 1, 2014

Cranbrook Art Museum offers art-intensive summer camps to students in grades three to eight.  Cranbrook teaching artists guide students as they create and explore art, architecture, and design using Cranbrook’s amazing collections!

Cranbrook Art Museum Summer Camps are weekly day camps, with pre- and post-camp care available for children enrolled in camps. All art supplies and materials are included with camp registration.  Limited need-based scholarships are available.

Camp (9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)                 $330 ($300 ArtMembers)
Pre-Camp (7:30 - 9:30 a.m.)                  $85 per week
Post-Camp (3:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.)             $100 per week

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Summer Camp Brochure [PDF]

Making Art, Making Museums
Explore Cranbrook Art Museum from the front doors to the vault.  Use your observations to design your own museum—and the art in it!  You choose what your museum will collect, create objects for your collection, and curate your exhibition.  You’ll learn how museums work, build a model of your museum, and create scale replicas of your own artwork to “install” in your model.

Problem Solved by Design
Designers tinker, investigate, sketch, and make!  From chairs to cars, designers make the objects around us, solving problems beautifully.  Identify design problems and create your own 2D and 3D design solutions for furniture, toys, and more—with inspiration from work from famous designers including Charles and Ray Eames, Florence Knoll, and George Nelson. 

Architecture Superstar
Starchitecture is architecture of the superstar architects.  They create the icons of cities and are on the covers of architectural magazines.  Now it’s your turn!  Learn about architectural drawings and model making, and use your skills to design a masterpiece.  Then consider how your design relates to the community and the everyday architecture that surrounds it.

Questions or comments? 

Please contact:                  
Kelly Lyons, Curator of Education
p: 248.645.3314


Summer Camps (Grades 3-8)