The days are ticking down and the school bell is about to ring one last time for summer break. For those that are in school, summer break is one of the most anticipated times of the year. For parents, this can be a tough time period because work doesn’t stop. Summer camp it is! Summer camp is a great way for kids to avoid being cooped up in the house all day. There are so many camps that happen in the CSRA. From stem to art to overnight camps, we’ve got them. For now, we are going to focus on A few Art Camps in Augusta.

  • Jessye Norman school of arts

    This camp is FREE and open to the public. Each fine arts summer camp is split into sessions and locations. To register and find out more, check it out here.

  • 4P Studios

    Summer Art classes will start this June. To reserve a spot, check it out here.

  • Gertrude Herbert

    Get hands on with 2D design, 3D design, sculpting, and more! To register and learn more, click here.


    Sara and Katie will be hosting 4 classes for rising kindergarteners through rising 5th graders. The classes will be offered in a home studio. To register and find out more, click here.

  • Nailed it DIY Evans

    Let your child get hands on this summer! Doing it all by there self. For more information, check here.

  • Rainbow Art Factory

    Fill your child’s summer with color, as they work at painting stations, collaborative murals, and more! This is not a drop-off class, guardians must attend. To register, find out more here.

  • Artsy Me

    To find out more about this art day camp, check it out here.

  • AR Workshop Evans

    To register and find out more about this hands-on crafting experience, click here.

  • My Best Friend’s Sewing Room

    Even though this isn’t painting or sculpting, this is a type of art – and a time to be creative! To find out more about this sewing camp, click here.

  • Art & Soul Augusta

    How about some relaxation and creativity! To find out more about this camp, click here.

  • Art Nook School and Studio

    This camp is designed for those aged 4 – 10 with curious and active minds. Learn more here.

  • Aiken Center for the Arts

    Free of charge this art center offers an art program for those living with traumatic brain injuries, cerebral palsy, and other physical and developmental disabilities. Learn More,here.

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