PHYSICAL SUMMER ART CAMP 2020
Give your campers something fun, safe and interesting to do this summer. We still have just a few spots available for weeks 5-8 of our physical camp ( ) as well as available weekly virtual camp registrations.
Physical Camp: You read that right. Allens Lane Art Center will once again host our campers for a summer of fun and arts education. We will be adhering to new CDC guidelines as well as best practices to keep our campers safe. Our staff all wear masks, face shields and gloves when working with our campers. There are only 10 spots available for each age group. Each bunk of 10 campers will stay together throughout the day and will not interact with the other groups. Each bunk will be assigned a single work room within the center and will have as much outside time as possible (even holding classes outside, weather permitting). . To learn more about our new camp registration policy, our new safety policies and procedures and our online registration, please click here.
Virtual Camp: The center is also offering a virtual summer art camp experience. Our new virtual camp program is an 8 week camp experience, divided up by age to provide quality, targeted instruction in both the visual and performing arts. Campers may enroll in virtual camp by the week - attend all 8 or just 1 week, virtually. Click here to learn more and register for our Virtual Summer Art Camp.
New! Registrations for Virtual Ceramics classes with our own Janice Strawder are here! Register to join in (via Zoom) to one of two new sessions being broadcast from the art center's studios.
Session I: June 20 - July 18
Session II: July 25 - Aug. 15
Help Support the Center!
As you can imagine, the center has taken a substantial financial hit during these strange Covid-19 times. We are asking all our friends and neighbors to please consider helping by making a donation to the center so that we can get through this.
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Allens Lane Art Center welcomes submissions from its new online board member application form. Learn about the different types of people that the Center is looking for and what being on the Board of Directors entails.
The Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation has selected Allens Lane Art Center as the winner of the 2019 George Bartol Arts Education Award to honor their Vision Thru Art program which provides sculpture classes for blind and low vision adults. The Award is given to an organization that provides sustained, meaningful participation in the arts; that demonstrates an active engagement in the lives of its students and community; and that maintains high artistic standards for its faculty and students.
After you take a look at the video above, please consider helping us by joining our Friends Circle to help support this amazing program. Vision Thru Art is a weekly sculpture class for blind and visually-impaired artists that has called Allens Lane Art Center home for over 35 years. This 33 week series of classes hosts up to 40 artists (mostly seniors) and is completely free. Help us to ensure that Vision Thru Art keeps going for another 30 years and more. – THANK YOU!