Art Camp Schedule

Weekly camps for creative children, ages 5-12.

9 am - noon

June 3 - 7

June 10 - 14

June 17 - 21

June 24 - 28

July 1 - 5

July 8 - 12

July 29 - Aug 2 *

Aug 5 - 9 *

Aug 12 - 16 *

1:30 - 4:30 pm

June 3 - 7

June 10 - 14 (closed)

June 17 - 21

June 24 - 28

July 1 - 5

July 8 - 12

$185 Per Week

Camp size limited. All materials and snack included in fee.

Taught by artist and certified art teacher, Jillian Mazur.

Each camp week features a new set of lessons in a variety of media. Five or more multi-process artworks will be created in each camp.

All camps take place at J. F. Mazur Studio, Santa Fe.


* August art camps will be taught by lead teacher, Mr. Robert Walton (Mr. Walton has been teaching art to youth for over 15 years with 6 years of full-time teaching experience as art teacher at Latin School in Chicago and Summer at Latin (the school’s summer camp). Robert, a native New Mexican, started his art education path at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, NM offering classes and workshops to children and adults. He is currently on summer break from his studies at the Florence Academy of Art in New Jersey. For more about Robert click here.

Art Camp during the weeks of July 29th, August 5th and August 12th will offer J. F. Mazur Studio curriculum and method, taught by Robert Walton.

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9 am - 12 pm

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Additional Registration Options

If a full week doesn’t work, registration is open for "per day” Erollment

3 or more consecutive days are recommended for this offer

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Josie, Parker & Grayson are still talking about [art camp]. We are on the search for charcoal pencils and more art supplies. Thanks again, they have been inspired.
— Christina, Arlington, VA

Refund Policy:

  • Up to 14 days before the start of the camp week: A full refund will be issued minus a 10% non-refundable deposit.  Within 14 days before the start of the camp week: Camp purchases may be transferred to another camp week or workshop.  No refunds will be issued within 14 days of registered camp week. 

Additional Art Camp Policies:

  • We reserve the right to cancel classes with fewer than 4 students enrolled.

  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Payment must accompany registration in order for space to be held.

  • Please send your child with a reusable, closable water container. You may also send a snack with your child as we will take a break during every class.

Commonly asked questions: 

Q: Do we have to sign up for the full week?

A: Each camp day builds on the previous day so campers are strongly encouraged to attend the full week. However, if a child cannot attend camp for one or two days during the week they will still have the opportunity to join. Unattended camp days are non-refundable. Please notify the studio so projects can be modified.

Q: My child is not yet 5-years-old but I believe she/he is gifted in art, can they attend camp anyway? 

A: The posted age requirement is 5-years-old  on occasion, children on the cusp of age 5 are often welcomed to camp. Please keep in mind that camp meets for 3 hours (with a short snack break). Most projects require children to be in their seats for the duration of the lesson.  An alternative to camp is Mommy & Me Class meeting Tuesday nights at 5 pm for ages 3 - 5 yrs. 

Q: Can I sign my child up for more than one camp?

A: Yes, each week offers a new set of projects in various media. There are no repeated projects so children can attend as many weeks as they like. 

Q: What projects or themes are scheduled for each camp week?

A: Themes are not posted prior to camp week but our format is as follows. Children will complete at least one painting (acrylic on canvas), one multimedia project, and one 3-D piece (either clay vessel or multi-media sculpture) during the week. Additional projects (and free-sketch opportunities) in drawing and/or printmaking will be offered and may include; india ink, chalk pastels, charcoal, block or mono printing techniques. All lessons relate to art history or an art concept or technique.

Q: Who teaches the camps?

A: Jillian Mazur (owner, artist and certified art teacher) creates the curriculum and will lead each camp week. This will be Mazur's 7th year of offering summer camps. She has over 10 years of teaching experience and a degree in art education pre-k - 12. Various warm and talented teaching assistants will be helping throughout the summer. 

Q: Can I pay with cash or check? 

A: Yes, we accept all forms of payment. Contact the studio to schedule a time to register in person and for mail-in registration information.

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