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Redux offers four weeks of unique summer art classes for children ages 8 - 12 who are ready to learn more about the visual arts. Download a registration form

Young Artists Welcome!  Join Redux Contemporary Art Center for a cool summer of art and fun!  Children will be inspired by teaching artists and explore art exhibitions to create their own original works of art. Our Kids Camps are geared towards ages 7 - 12 years old. We'll take 10 campers per class, for maximum one-on-one instruction! No previous art experience is necessary, but good attitudes and creativity are required! Please send a bagged lunch or snack and drink with your child.

Click Here to Register Now For Summer Kids Camp 2017! Call 843.722.0697 or email

Advance registration and payment are required. There are no refunds on classes, but we will happily give you credit for a class with proper notice, should you need to cancel your registration for any reason.
>Full credit up to two weeks before the class
>Half credit if you cancel the week before class begins
>No credit if you cancel day of the first class or after

Summer Kids Camp 2017

Cost: Half Day (9 - 11:30 AM) $130 Member / $155 Non-member
Full Day (9 AM - 2:30 PM) $240 Member / $265 Non-member
Register a sibling for the same week and get 10% discount!

July 10 - 14, 2017

9 - 11:30 AM | SCULPTURE | Kelly Finn

Students will learn to create unique sculptures by experimenting with various mediums such as clay, wire, paper mâché, and natural items.  This class highly encourages individual creativity and serves as a great opportunity for your child to strengthen their problem solving as well as their fine motor skills. Come join the fun and let your imagination go wild!

12 - 2:30 PM | Circus Arts Camp | Deena Frooman and Matthew Swope

Step right up to this dynamic introduction to essential circus  arts skills lead by champion jugglers Deena Frooman and Matthew Swope. Acrobatics, unicycling, stilts, gravity balls, rolling globe, plate spinning, dance movement arts, and cool tricks are just a few of the manipulation skills which campers will you learn to amaze family and friends.  Importantly, each child will learn skills through use of STEAM vocabulary while amazing themselves and increasing self-confidence. 


July 17 - 21, 2017

9 - 11:30 AM | LET'S PAINT | Kelly Finn

Students will explore various techniques of painting with tempera, acrylic, and watercolors. Throughout the week, we will focus on color theory, paintbrush control, and the "process over product" approach to creativity.

12 - 2:30 PM | From Pencil to Print | Kristen Solecki

During this week of camp we will explore the diverse mediums thank link drawing and printmaking. Each day students will learn a new medium: drawing and printing from nature, relief printmaking, recycled prints, printing and clay, and monoprinting.

July 24 - 28, 2017

9 - 11:30 AM | Costume Camp | Elissa Horrell

Art and theatre collide in this kids camp! We will explore our favorite types of characters through creation of props and costume pieces, as well as some acting! This will be the perfect week for the pirate/princess/super hero in your life. 

12 - 2:30 PM | Stop-Motion Art & Animation | Megan Collier-Bansil

Young artists will work together to create their own Stop-Motion video during this camp, using various art materials including sculpture, drawing, painting, and photography! Each child will take home a copy of their video at the end of the week. Students are encouraged to bring their own cameras, iPads, etc. and a flash drive to help create and save their video!

July 31 - August 4, 2017

9 - 11:30 AM | Exploring Art and Nature through Watercolor Painting | Kate Montella

Students will explore different techniques of watercolor application such as adding texture, value and oil pastel resist. They will learn to paint animals, landscapes, and other things from nature. We will also explore composition by painting objects from observation --zooming in and out to achieve different perspectives. 

12 - 2:30 PM | Where the Wild Things Are! | Natalie Keith

Become a zoologist, entomologist, and botanist through ART! Students will design and create their own imaginary creature through soft sculpture. Invent a habitat for their creatures through leaf printing and landscape painting. Discover a new species of insects through sand painting. All of their findings will be documented through writing their own field guides of their creatures, habitats, and insects.



Member Discounts

As a Dual/Family member or above, you'll receive discounts on these classes and all Redux classes and workshops for one full year! To learn more, click here.

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