Spring Break Day Camps
Monday, April 4 – Friday, April 8
9am – 5pm
As we welcome in another beautiful season here in San Diego, The New Children’s Museum is happy to announce its spring programming. Coinciding with the San Diego Unified School District’s spring recess, NCM has created a week’s worth of programming sure to entice and educate, while promoting interactive problem solving, and of course, artistic exploration.
Taking place Monday April 4 through Friday April 8, there are five distinct camps where your child will create and “manufacture” their wildest ideas, and bring their imaginations to life. The classes are as follows:
Monday, Action Painting
Campers create one of a kind works using paint and toy balls. Sure to be an organized chaos of color.
Tuesday, Crazy Quilts
Utilizing recycled materials, campers will “weave” a “quilt” of images and patterns to depict their lives and experiences in this investigative camp.
Wednesday, Monochrome Collage
Coinciding with our mission of being an eco-friendly organization, campers will combine discarded toys and other recycled materials to give traditional triptychs a modern twist.
Thursday, Towering Totems
Drawing inspiration from Perry Vasquez’s Animal Aktion, campers will create totem poles that represent them and their families.
Friday, Untaping Space
Utilizing the popular taping technique of Sun K. Kwak, campers will produce unique works of art by adding and subtracting tape and paint.
If you are interested in our spring break camp, please reach out to our Education Coordinator Adriana Abrams at email@example.com.
See you in April!