Creative Summer Camps For Kids At Beck Center
There is still plenty of summer left at Beck Center! Kids will enjoy a variety of fun camps where they can create, discover and explore the arts. Beck Center kicks off the month of July with a Dance Camp for students ages 8 to 15 from July 9 to 13. A minimum of one year of ballet experience is required to enroll in this camp.
Want to try a little bit of everything? Children ages 7 to 12 may enroll in an Arts Sampler Camp from July 16 to 20 and spend a week exploring the arts in dance, music, theater, and visual arts.
Your child got the acting bug? Then he or she will want to register for the second session of Destination Adventure!, the Junior Theater Camp for young thespians ages 7 to 12. This three-week camp begins July 23 and runs through August 10. Have double the fun! Sign up for the Junior Theater Camp in the morning and then enroll in the Visual Arts Camp in the afternoon--at a discounted price. Theater camps specifically for teens, ages 13 to 19, include an Acting Camp: The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, July 2 to 20 and a Musical Theater Camp: The Best of Broadway, July 23 to August 10. These camps may qualify for high school credit through the Credit Flex program in collaboration with Lakewood High School. For details, contact Ed Gallagher, Beck Center's director of education at email@example.com.
New this summer, Beck Center is offering a Visual Arts Camp for Teens. Artists ages 13 to 15 will learn and develop techniques in sculpture, watercolor, glass and mosaic tile, paper making, drawing, collage, and printmaking. The camp starts on July 9 and concludes with an Artists' Exhibition for family and friends on July 20. Learn how to write lyrics and music in a Songwriting Workshop for students ages 14 to adult at Beck Center, July 9 to 13. All participants should play an instrument, but no prior experience in songwriting or music theory is necessary.
In addition to all of these camps, Beck Center also offers over 100 arts education classes and lessons this summer. For more information about all of Beck Center's summer camps and classes or to register, visit beckcenter.org or call Customer Services at 216.521.2540 x10.
Located at 17801 Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, Beck Center for the Arts is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that offers professional theater productions, arts education programming in dance, music, theater, visual arts, early childhood, and creative arts therapies for special needs students, and gallery exhibits featuring regional artists.