Join youth from all over Austin this summer as we explore the possibilities of the performing arts. Students will not only have a great summer; they will also walk away from our camp having achieved a greater sense of self, poise, and confidence. Broadway Bound focuses on movement, voice, and the discipline it takes to pull off a successful performance. Registration begins in February 18, 2017. Broadway Bound is a 7 week camp, Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.— 5:30 p.m. The enrollment fee MUST accompany the registration form in order to guarantee your child's place in camp.
Camp Dates June 12th– July 28th
For students 7-17 years old.
Camp fee is $675(camp fee can be broken down into weekly payments).
20% deposit required at time of registration
Camp hours are 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Early drop-off begins at 7:30 a.m.
Must attend all 7 weeks. All students are required to take part in the final production.
Breakfast, lunch and a snack are provided.
Youth Arts Safari Spring Break and Summer Camp
Join youth from all over Austin for a creative adventure as we explore CREATIVITY through music, dance, arts, and crafts. Youth Arts Safari will allow students to use their imaginations– to create artworks, play the drums, and dance. Registration for the Spring Break and Summer Camps begins in February 18, 2017. Youth Arts Safari Spring Break is a 1 week camp, and YAS Summer Camp is a 3 week camp both run Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m.— 5:30 p.m. The enrollment fee MUST accompany the registration form in order to guarantee your child's place in camp.
Summer Camp Dates July 31—August 18th
Spring Break Camp Dates March 13-17
For students 7-12 years old.
Camp fee is $115.00 per week
20% deposit required at time of registration, per week/ per child
Camp hours are 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Early drop-off begins at 7:30 a.m.
Breakfast, lunch and a snack provided.
*At this time we are still unable to accept Credit Cards as payment.
A Smile On My Face - Now Enrolling!
The George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center presents 'A Smile On My Face', a free 6-week black and white photographic workshop for students ages 11-17. In the workshop, young people will learn self-exploration, expression, and discovery. They examine their lives, communities, and environment using the camera as their tool. SLR cameras will be provided to students during class. Spaces are limited. Registration link – www.austintexas.gov/parksonline. Mandatory Orientation: Thursday, March 30 from 7-8 p.m. Carver Classroom Session dates: Thursdays, April 6-May 11, 4:30-8:30 p.m. SMILE Exhibit—May 27th from 1-3 p.m.
Museum in a Basket
Museum in a Basket is a history program offered to local schools and groups that visually conveys the story of the African-American. Its purpose is to foster an accurate under-standing of our country's development and current culture, as influenced by past events. Each particular basket presents a different aspect of African-American history. NOTE: This program is for small groups and is not recommended for school assemblies
African & African-American Folktales
In this storytelling program, guest performers travel to schools and community groups to bring ethnic history and fables to life. The museum-sponsored artists recount tales of fantasy, mystery, heroes,and everyday life from many regions of Africa and the Americas. NOTE: This program is offered to larger groups and school assemblies.