ARTSOUTH CREATIVE ARTS SUMMER CAMP
ArtSouth’s Creative Arts Summer Camp provides youth ages 6-15 with a multi-disciplinary program at Miami Dade College Homestead Campus. Campers attend a full day of training with all materials and supplies provided. Campers work under the professional guidance of local artists, certified teachers and professionals in the fields of visual arts, dance, music and performance.
Arts Beyond the Classroom (ABC) is a comprehensive arts enrichment program taking place at partnering outreach facilities, Chapman Partnership for the Homeless, Mount Olive Baptist Church, Gibson-Bethel Community Center and within ArtSouth’s Main Campus with 4 classroom/studio spaces, an exhibition gallery, gift shop, computer lab, clay workroom, music and dance studio and permanent collection space.
SINGING | MUSIC | ACTING | DANCING | CERAMICS | DRAWING PAINTING | SCULPTURE | DIGITAL ART
ArtSouth’s artists-as-teachers and professionals in the field provide after school, summer camp, no-school holiday and weekend workshops, field trips, and year-round classes for children, ages 4-17. ABC provides a nurturing safe learning environment during non-school hours for families that live within South Miami’s surrounding South Miami Community Revitalization Area (SMCRA), in homeless shelters and programs for children with disabilities.
ArtSouth strives to fill the gap in public school art education by providing necessary arts education for children living in under-served environments. We seek to improve the lives of these children by offering no-cost arts education which includes free instruction and all materials and supplies.
DATES: October 2017 – May 2018
HOURS: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Gibson Bethel Community Center
Miccosukee Indian School
ArtSouth's Service-Learning program provides positive, meaningful cooperative arts experiences that promote skills associated with teamwork and community involvement and citizenship.
ArtSouth hosts several local schools to join their Service-Learning Program. This highly successful curriculum brings school students to ArtSouth to learn music, singing, dance, painting, ceramics or folklore crafts from ArtSouth artists-as-teachers. The students then go out into the community to teach what they have learned to senior adults and provide services for children with special needs.Volunteer