MAC Day Camps are fun 1 day classes that focus on a theme or project. In each class campers learn new art making skills while creating an artwork to be taken home at the end of  the day! Each camp is suitable for children ages 6-12, with some exceptions possible. Each camp includes materials, snack, and water. Campers bring their lunch :)

DATES: Vary based on school holidays and breaks. 

HOURS: 9am - 3pm

COST: $50 per camp

Families can register for camps online or during Open Studio hours at MAC. Pre-registration is required, families can register for camps online or during Open Studio hours at MAC. Registration for each camp closes on the day before each camp. 

At MAC we try to be as flexible as possible as we know families are busy. If you need to cancel your registration MAC needs a minimum of 48hrs notice to refund all but 20% for a processing fee or switch registration fees to another class. Any registration changes can be sent to miniartcenter@gmail.com.

Mini Art Center Members receive a 20% discount on all classes. It can be applied to online purchases with a promo code at checkout (contact us if you don't have it). You can find out more about Mini Art Center Membership by clicking the link to the right.

Monday, January 16th
50.00

Animal Pinch Pots
In this day camp we will learn how to use clay to create pinch pot forms and add three dimensional features in order to create mini Pinch Pot Animals. We will also create a painting of your animal's home environment - real or imaginary! Leave with a new clay friend and a new, painted imaginary world. 

Friday, March 3rd
50.00

Soft Sculpture Houses
Hone your sewing skills and learn to create 3-d fabric art objects! We will learn to basics of sewing and embroidery to create soft & squishy sculptural architecture. 

Friday, April 14th
50.00

Wire and Plaster Family Portrait
We will use wire, plaster and paint to create a 3-dimensional portrait of you and your family! Inspired by folk-artists who use unusual materials to depict their loved ones, we will push the boundaries of portraiture by making painted, sculptural figures of family.