Winter Haven Art Camp 2017

July 17-28 (9am-4pm)

The City of Winter Haven and the Polk Museum of Art are partnering to bring Summer Art Camp closer to YOU! Join us for a two-week session exploring the arts at this satellite location. Students ages 7-13 will enjoy FUN classes in Drawing/Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking in Winter Haven.

Join us for Summer Art Camp! Give your child a FUN, CREATIVE and OPEN atmosphere to develop their love and appreciation for the arts. Camp classes offer the freedom to explore artistic interests through creativity, medium and technique.

All classes are taught by Certified Art Teachers and/or Art Professionals and undergo a background check as required in the Jessica Lunsford Act.


Students will rotate through the following three classes:

Drawing & Painting
Explore two of the major forms of expression through a variety of mediums; pencil, colored pencil, pastel, charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, tempera, etc.

Learn to create three dimensional artwork out of clay, papier-mâché, found objects, plaster, etc.

Explore the process of making artwork by printing. Use of a variety of printing techniques; relief print, mono-print, stencil, screen print, etc.


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Summer Art Camp (Winter Haven) - Museum Members
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Chain of Lakes Complex
210 Cypress Gardens Blvd
Winter Haven, FL 33880

Camp Tuition (per student)

$200 for PMoA Members, $260 Non-Members
(Includes supplies and snack.)

Late Registration

Any registrations submitted after July 9 will have an additional $35 fee added to the total tuition fee.


If a refund is requested, a reimbursement will be made in full up to seven days prior to the class starting date. No reimbursement will be made after the seven-day period.

Class Materials

Basic materials are provided unless otherwise noted.

Meet the Instructors

All classes are taught by Certified Art Teachers and/or Art Professionals. All teachers and Museum staff are background checked through the Jessica Lunsford Act.

Jan Briggs: B.A., Art Education, Western Michigan University, Art Teacher at Horizons Elementary
Natalie Helms: M.A. Art Education, University of Nebraska at Kearney, teaches art at Elbert Elementary


A limited number of need-based scholarships for Summer Art Camp are available to those that have a love for the arts.

Print the application form HERE. (Application deadline: May 1st)