Summer Camps

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Here at the MAC, we are thrilled to offer summer camps for youth of various age groups and with a wide range of artistic interests. These camps are a great opportunity for young people to explore the arts, learn creative skills, and participate in exciting hands-on activities.


MAC Summer Camps

Building Confidence through Style- Teen Summer Intensive

Ages 11 to 18 (Grade 6 – Grade 12)

Courtney Smith

Monday – Friday, August 7 – August 11

4:30pm – 6:30pm

Certified Personal Stylist, Courtney Smith realizes how social media messes with people’s confidence and wants to teach people how to use style to overcome those moments. Courtney will guide students through identifying their style goals and how they want to show up in life through clothing. Style is much more than clothing, it’s a way to stand out when you don’t know how to use your voice, or a way to tell a story about who you are in the world when you don’t have the words. Whether music, art, people, or books inspire you, there’s a way to harness that inspiration and turn it into how you want to dress and have fun with it. You’ll learn different strategies when it comes to putting outfits together through textures and color. You’ll be provided with tools to help guide you through the exciting world of fashion such as color wheels, fabrics, and more. Upon completion of this workshop you’ll have a clearer picture of what your style is, develop a higher level of confidence and have fun in your closet!

FEE: $180

Enrile Classroom, Lower Level

Let’s Write Together

Ages 8 to 10

Instructor: Kristin Kummer

Monday – Friday, July 24 – July 28

9:00am – 12:00pm

In this week-long camp, we will explore fiction, poetry, and playwriting. Each camper will work on generating ideas that they are interested in and care about. They will learn about the grammar and formatting that goes into each type of writing. And they will do all of this while having fun with group storytelling and games, writing prompts, journaling, reading, and sharing our stories with each other. Throughout the week, they will build relationships with their peers through creating and sharing together. By the end of the week, each camper will go home with a journal full of ideas and stories, poems, and scripts that they have begun and some that they have finished.

This camp is currently full. Please email your name, your camper’s name and age, and a contact phone number to Education Coordinator Lindsay Lisanti ( to be added to the waitlist. 

FEE: $195

Portrait and Figure Drawing- Teen Summer Intensive

Ages 14 to 18

Angela Gage

Monday – Friday, July 24 – July 28

1:00pm – 4:00pm

In this weeklong intensive, students will explore all aspects of portraiture and figure drawing. Learn proportions of the face and how to capture a likeness both when drawing from a photograph and when drawing from a live model. Students explore portraiture through the mediums of colored pencil, charcoal, and pen and ink. Supplies are provided for this camp, and a live model will be present for two class sessions.

FEE: $225 * Fee includes supplies and cost of figure model*

BalletMet Summer Camps

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McConnell Arts Center will be hosting a series of STEAM summer camps from Classroom Antics. There are camps in video game design, LEGO robotics, and programming. These camps are great summer learning experiences for kids 6-14.

2024 Summer Camp Listings coming later.