Ten Spring Break Arts Activities
February 27, 2012
Looking for an arts-focused camp for the kids over spring break? Here is an assortment of activities from across the Lower Mainland guaranteed to make the week creative and fun.
March 19-21, half days, ages 11-16
A three-day workshop on how to write lyrics and compose music with musician Gillian Hobbs. No experience necessary.
Place des Arts Spring Break Camp
March 12-24, grades 6 – 8
Delve into a two-week workshop on the Bard titled Shakespeare 101: Macbeth Made Fun workshop. Discover a variety of fine-art techniques in our one-week art workshops: Art Blender, Comics Workshop
or Spring Break Pottery Camp.
Evergreen Cultural Centre Camps
March 12 ? 23, ages 7 – 12
These popular camps, which include documentary filmmaking, animation, theatre and the visual arts, are sure to ignite the artist in your‚Ä® child.
Dance Matrix ?
March 19-23, ages 6-12
Participants sing, dance and act, create costumes, props and scenery for the Musical Grease. Showcase for family and friends on the last day.
Arts Umbrella Camps
March 12-16 & 19-23, ages 3-12
Sign the kids up for an intensive arts-infused learning experience: hands-on theatre, dance, visual, digital arts, professional programs and early childhood classes.
March 19-23, ages 7 and up
In this week-long camp, children will learn unicycle, juggling, trapeze, trampoline, acrobatics and more culminating in a one-hour show.
Carousel Theatre Camps
March 19-23, ages 3-12
These exciting and supportive acting classes are geared especially for young actors ages 3 to 12 and are designed to foster imagination and creativity.
Kids Market on Granville Island
March 10-23, various dates, preschool age
Meet Rainbow the Dragon, engage in ceramics and sand art, make potato crafts and get the little one?s faces painted at the market.
Vancouver Art Gallery
March 19-23, all ages
Arts Agents, Arts Tracks and The Making Place will all take place daily over the break.
Community Centre Day Camps, Vancouver
March 19-23, various ages
All the Vancouver community centres have day camps for kids, many arts-based. Consult your local centre website or program guide for details.