Enrollment Procedures for Art Camp

  • Enrollment for Winter Art Camp begins on November 16, 2022, 10 am.

  • Art Camp is designed for children ages 6 and older; children ages 5 and under will not be admitted.

  • Proof of age is required. 

  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited; camp does sell out.

  • Registration is only available online. Note: account sign-up and login is necessary.

  • If you do not have a LACMA account, set one up and test it prior to registering.

  • If you have a LACMA account, we recommend testing it out by logging in prior to registering.

  • Payment is required upon registration.

  • For technical help, please contact the Ticket Office at ticketoffice@lacma.org.

Information

In-Person Camp

  • Art materials and parking validation are included in tuition.  

  • Art Camp hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am–3 pm. LACMA does not offer extended care. It is important to drop off and pick up your child on time. 

  • Students must wear comfortable clothes and shoes (no flip flops or skate shoes).

  • A supervised one-hour lunch break is scheduled each day; please pack a nut-free lunch with beverage (no sodas, please) and snack every day.

  • If your child has any allergies or special needs, please notify the Art Class Coordinator prior to the Art Camp start date.

  • Personal items such as clothing and lunches should be labeled with the student’s name. No toys or games are permitted. We ask that students refrain from using cell phones during camp hours.

  • Please contact the Art Camp Coordinator at artclasses@lacma.org for more information.

Virtual Camp

  • Tuition includes one art kit per child. 

  • Art Camp hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am–3 pm.

  • Students may join virtual Art Camp wherever they have internet access through a computer or tablet (not provided). 

  • Children under the age of 12 must have adult supervision when attending virtual Art Camp. 

  • A one-hour lunch break is scheduled each day.

  • Art materials will be available to pick up on scheduled dates. To have art materials delivered, there is an additional fee. See below. 

  • Please contact the Art Camp Coordinator at artclasses@lacma.org for more information.

Cancellation Policy

A refund equal to half of tuition paid will be granted for cancellations made two weeks before camp start date. No refunds will be given for cancellations made less than two weeks prior to camp start date. Please notify us immediately of any cancellations so that a child on our waitlist can attend camp. Full refunds will only be granted if the program is canceled or for medical reasons. 

Parking

The Pritzker Parking Garage is accessible from 6th Street and Ogden Drive.  Please bring your parking ticket for free parking validation.  

Please park and walk your child into the museum’s camp headquarters every day.  Also, for the protection of your children, please inform us if you have made arrangements for another parent or caregiver to pick up or drop off your children for Art Camp.

Camp Art Materials: In-Person Pickup and Delivery Service

Please note, in order for virtual campers to receive materials in a timely manner, registration for each week of camp will close the Monday prior to camp start date for shipping and pick-up orders. To receive your materials:

  • Pick up in person at LACMA* 
  • Have art materials shipped for an additional $25 per week, per camper** 
* Materials can be picked up from LACMA. These orders must be made no later than the Monday prior to the first day of each week’s camp. 
** We use USPS Priority 2-Day Flat-Rate Large Box Shipping. Orders for shipping are only available to the contiguous 48 states and must be placed at least one week prior to the start of your registered week of camp to accommodate processing times (i.e. materials must be shipped no later than seven days prior to the first day of class).

We are preparing safe, creative, and fun workshops inspired by LACMA’s collection and led by a team of creative museum educators and artists. Campers are introduced to a wide variety of materials and techniques to express themselves. 

  • Winter Art Camp

Tuition for in-person art camp includes art materials and parking validation. Tuition for virtual art camp includes an amazing kit full of creative art materials (curbside pickup available; additional fee for shipping). In-person art camp will take place in the Boone Bungalow and alternative locations on LACMA’s campus. Virtual art camp is presented online via Zoom. Hours are Pacific Time. Registration closes 10 days before each session to ensure timely delivery or pick up of art materials. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact artclasses@lacma.org or visit lacma.org for more information. 


Kids Ages 68 (Virtual)

Kids Ages 6–8: Art Detectives (Virtual)
5 days: Monday–Friday, December 26–30 | 10 am–3 pm

Examine LACMA artworks and look for clues that explain what is going on in them. Students will create their own art inspired by what they discover and leave their own clues. With artist Peggy Hasegawa. This program will take place online via Zoom.

NexGenLA members $325; General public $375 (per child)


Kids Ages 68 (In Person)


Kids Ages 6–8: Art & Ecology (In Person and Indoors)
5 days: Monday–Friday, January 2–6 | 10 am–3 pm

In this mixed media class, take inspiration from artists on view who love nature and want to protect the environment and sculpt, paint, and draw with artist Beatriz Jaramillo. This program will take place indoors on LACMA's campus.

NexGenLA members $375; General public $425 (per child)
Sold Out


Children Ages 912 (Virtual)


Kids Ages 912: Afro-Atlantic Histories & Celebrations (Virtual)
5 days: Monday–Friday, December 26–30 | 10 am–3 pm

Students will explore storytelling through artworks in the exhibition Afro-Atlantic Histories and will highlight moments of their lives through their own artistic creations. With artist Eszter Delgado. This program will take place online via Zoom.

NexGenLA members $325; General public $375 (per child)

 

Children Ages 912 (In Person)


Kids Ages 912: Afro-Atlantic Histories & Community (In Person and Indoors)
5 days: Monday–Friday, January 2–6 | 10 am–3 pm

Students will explore community through artworks in the exhibition Afro-Atlantic Histories and their own artwork inspired by the people and activities in their own community in this mixed media class. With artist Eszter Delgado. This program will take place indoors on LACMA's campus.

NexGenLA members $375; General public $425 (per child)