As part of MOCHA’s practice, the Harvard’s Graduate School of Education Studio Habits of Mind framework is used as a method by our professional teaching artists in the curriculum development, classroom, as well as reporting and evaluations to guide them throughout all visual arts programming.
Each week of Summer Art Camps, we immerse our campers in thematic artistic mediums where they can work within a structured environment while being free to test the limits of their imagination while they investigate and examine. Each week is designed to put the camper in an environment where play, creativity and expression, innovation, and exploration is validated through the process of making art.
Join us for innovative, hands-on arts activities for children and youth, ages 5.5-12 (entering grades 1-7 in fall 2020). MOCHA campers work on a variety of engaging projects based on weekly topics.
Virtual Campers will join the classroom taught by a MOCHA teaching artist.
Days & Times
$375 per week (unless noted otherwise)
10% sibling discount on second child
Camp Weeks & Themes
Week 7: July 13-17
Theme 1: Ordinary to Extraordinary
Using everyday items and materials to create mixed media pop up books, salt dough sculptures, marbled paper and so much more.
Teaching Artist: Danielle Zorn
Please note: Art Camp fees must be paid in full at time of registration. In the event of cancellation, $100/child/week (for summer) and $25/child/day (for all other camps) will be retained as a non-refundable deposit. Only credits will be allowed for the remaining balances. No credits will be issued after May 1st for summer camps or 10 days prior for all other camps. Camp sessions are not transferable to other customers. MOCHA reserves the right to convert a camp into a virtual interactive in the event an act of God occurs and only credits will be issued for another event/camp/activity. Cash refunds are not allowed.