Arts

Cincinnati Museum Center’s Museum Camps!
1301 Western Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45203

Dates: May 26th – August 7th // Hours: 9am to 4pm // Ages: Grades K-8th // Gender of Campers: All genders
When school is out – Museum Camps are in! Explore science, technology, history and the arts through creative activities and games at Cincinnati Museum Center’s fun and educational Museum Camps. Whether there’s a day or a week off from school, there’s a camp for that.

6228 Whileaway Dr, Loveland, OH 45140

Dates: June, July, August // Ages: 6-16 // Gender of Campers: All genders
Activities: Programming Drones, Building and Programming Robots, Designing Dresses you can wear, Learn to write Essays with Fortnite and more!
Yes, we can make those video games and hobbies educational! This summer your K-12th grader can transform from consumer to creator by learning new STEAM skills while having fun! (STEAM=Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). At STEMs For Youth, our goal is to use platforms kids love as a conduit to teach them language arts, coding, math, teamwork and other life skills! From Robotics to Fashion Design to Fortnite, we have lots of exciting classes that teach 21st Century Skills and problem solving through hands-on, creative activities. Discover the power of STEAM while making friends and having fun. Help us help your child succeed in school and in life!

Camp at the J
8485 Ridge Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236

Dates: June 1st – August 14th // Ages: K-10 // Gender of Campers: All genders
At Camp at the J, kids can experience the best of summer. From swim lessons and archery, to arts & crafts, camp values and color wars, and much more, kids will create memories and form friendships to last a lifetime. Give your child a summer to remember at Camp at the J! Camp at the J offers a camp for every kid! Traditional day camp provides all the fun that makes camp a summertime staple, and a wide range of specialty camps encourages campers to pursue their interests, making camp exciting and educational.

Camp Chabad

University of Cincinnati CRC 2820 Bearcat Way, Cincinnati, OH 45221, Kiddie Camp Facility: 7560 Reinhold Drive
Dates: June 22nd – August 1st, boys and girls ages 2 years to 13 years
A camp that has it all! Your child will experience, Sports, Nature, Art, Music, Character Growth,Onsite rock-climbing, pickle ball, Field Trips, Free Swim, Swimming Lessons. With 200,000 square feet of air conditioned space , no matter the weather there is always something to do! Children can visit the Arlitt Playscape a hidden gem with plants, mini stream, old fashioned water pump, butterflies, flowers, and play structure. Nurturing dedicated staff will look after your kids.  “mix and match” to fit YOUR schedule or sign up for all 6 weeks. Camp T-shirt and most field trips included. ACA Accredited. Cincinnati’s Premier Jewish Day Camp. Kiddie Campers enjoy Soccer shots, music, tiny tennis, gymnastics, story time, crafts, splash play, and more. Half day option available. Before care and after care available.

953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202
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Jump into art with eight weeks of exciting art projects, gallery games, and more! Explore a different theme each week with activities taught by skilled educators and museum staff. Designed for children ages 6–12. Convenient before- and after-care available. Registration begins Feb. 1 at 11 a.m.

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Summer Theatre Camp and Performance Academy
962 Mt. Adams Circle , Cincinnati, OH 45202
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Dates: June 1 – July 31
Together we’ll explore fantastical worlds, storybook lands, and so much more — all while having fun through the excitement of live theatre. Choose between half-day and full-day camps for ages 3 to 17, or join us for multi-week Performance Academy camps!

Evendale Cultural Arts Center: 10500 Reading Rd, Evendale, OH 45241 & locations throughout the area

Presented by My Nose Turns Red Youth Circus
Dates: Spring Break (CPS) plus 9 weeks of summer circus camps (1-2 weeks each) // Ages: Varies // Gender of Campers: All genders
Activities: Unicycling, Aerials, Gym Wheel, Balance, Juggling, & more
Camps for ages 4-6 and ages 7-18. Skills for ages 7-18 includes Gym (German) Wheel, Aerial Silks, Unicycle, Diabolo, Physical Comedy, and more. Camps for ages 4-6 include circus games and activities just right for their age. This is our 23rd year!

Multiple Locations throughout Cincinnati

Dates: June 8 – Aug 10, M-F, 9am-12pm & 1pm-4pm // Ages: 6-13 // Gender of Campers: Co-ed
Camp Activities: designing video games, creating stop-motion movies, producing videos, coding, modding Minecraft, or engineering LEGO robots
Kids age 6 – 13 get to LEARN what they LOVE in STEAM Camp by designing video games, creating stop-motion movies, producing videos, coding programs, modding Minecraft, or engineering LEGO robots. These affordable week-long day camps are in Anderson, Blue Ash, Cheviot-Bridgetown, Fairfield, Liberty Twp-West Chester, Madeira, and Mason. Space is Limited, Register Today!

Docentitos Academy
Docentitos Academy
Weston Art Gallery/Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Dates: June 13-26, 2020
The Weston Art Gallery’s acclaimed art ambassadorial program for young people, Docentitos Academy trains youths ages 9–12 years to be Weston Art Gallery docents during a fun-filled, two-week summer camp. Students meet the artists and go behind the scenes of an exhibition to learn the inspiration and installation work that go into creating a show. Daily activities include classes, artist talks, an Aronoff Center theater tour, workshops, installation and studio visits, script rehearsals, field trips, and a final project. Upon graduation, students lead tours of the gallery’s summer exhibitions. Participation Fee: $25

Duke Young Writers
8 East Campus Union Dr, Durham, NC

Dates: June 14-June 26; June 28-July 10; July 12-July 24 // Hours: 9 am-4:30 pm // Ages: 11-17
Activities: program activities for residential campers
Our most beloved program to date, the Young Writers’ Program holds all the magic of a true “summer camp” experience. You’ll go home with a full notebook, a full heart, and new confidence in your skill as a writer.

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