Summer Camp 2022

The University of Mississippi Museum’s Summer Camp is coming July 2022! 

The University Museum is excited to announce its 2022 schedule of fun-filled summer camps for children. Children will explore the Museum, learn about sustainability and storytelling, and experiment with new art materials in these exciting and educational camps inspired by the Museum’s collections and special exhibits. Returning camper? —we will have new projects, so join us again!

Registration Opens June 10th at noon!
Space is very limited and camps will fill up quickly!

Cost of each weeklong camp:   
$80 per participant for Museum Members at the Family level and above
$100 per participant for non-member
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All supplies and snacks are included in the cost.
   

For Children Entering Grades 1–5:

Foodies Club Camp
July 11th-15th, 2022, 9 a.m.–noon
Food can be so inspiring we have to make art about it! This summer, we will create appetizing art inspired by food and the moments we share with others when we eat. Campers will get to plant herbs, create plate settings, and have fun with food art!

Fantastic Storytellers Camp
July 18th-22nd, 2022, 9 a.m.–noon
Do you like to tell stories? Maybe you create characters too? This week’s camp is all about telling fantastic stories through cool art. Join us in the exchange of amazing tales and a lot of art-making! We will draw inspiration from William Eggleston’s photographs and take our own pictures, learn about famous authors, create characters, and build settings for them to go on their adventures.

Live in the Landscape: Sustainability and Nature
July 25th-29th, 2022, 9 a.m.–noon
Artists have inspired and touched by nature since the beginning of time! During Live in the Landscape, we will draw inspiration from Georgia O’Keeffe, The Kunan Indian Tribe, and many more. Just like these artists and makers mentioned, we will celebrate nature and animals through art-making. We will also learn how to take care of our gorgeous landscapes and make art that inspires others to lead a sustainable lifestyle.

Please contact Rosa Salas at 662-915-7205  or rvsalasg@olemiss.edu with questions or to apply for a need-based scholarship.