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Art Ninjas Camps

  • Archive, Education-featured, For Kids

  • Monday, August 10
  • 8am - 11am
  • Kidspace

July 28 – August 1: Melody Makers
Melody Makers discover their musical side with daily jams, instrument-making, and rhythm games. Professional musicians from Bang on a Can visit each day to share their skills. Young musicians of all talents are welcome!
$150 per child | $125 per child for members.

August 4 – 8: Story Spinners 
Story Spinners not only tell folktales and fables, but they also design sets, build props,and create costumes. Engage in creative play to inspire your imagination. Story Spinners camp culminates with a performance at MASS MoCA.
$150 per child | $125 per child for members.

August 18 – 22: Garden Gnomes and Fairies
Garden Gnomes and Fairies prepare paper and paint from plants, play with clay, fabricate fairy forts and gnome homes, make sun prints, and more. This camp includes one day off-site for a waterfall hike and to place treasures for future explorers to find.
$150 per child | $125 per child for members.

August 25-29: Art Ninjas 2.0
With a mission of surprise and delight, Art Ninja campers use unpredictable materials like Shrinky Dinks, duct tape, and shaving cream to covertly create pop-up, impromptu art on the MASS MoCA campus and in the city of North Adams. Costumes and disguises are encouraged, and new art ninja skills will be uncovered.
$150 per child | $125 per child for members.

Kidspace is a child-centered art gallery and hands-on studio that presents exhibitions and educational experiences in collaboration with leading artists. Visit kidspace.massmoca.org to learn more. Educational programs at MASS MoCA are made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Additional support is provided by an anonymous donor, the Brownrigg Charitable Trust, the Milton and Dorothy Sarnoff Raymond Foundation, and the Alice Shaver Foundation, all in memory of Lynn Laitman, John Hancock, the Amelia Peabody Charitable Foundation, the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, Holly Swett, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Bessie Pappas Charitable Foundation, the Berkshire Bank Foundation – Legacy Region, and the Gateway Fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.