2022 Summer Art Camp

GRAM Summer Art Camp provides children and teens ages 4 through 15 with the opportunity to experience creativity and innovation in a unique and transformative Museum setting.

Campers take part in observation and discussion in the Museum’s galleries and explore hands-on art making activities in GRAM Studio. Campers will be immersed in collaborative problem-solving through enriching communication and creativity. Each week-long session takes place Monday - Friday, 9am - 12pm.

All 2022 summer art camps are sold out.

For more information, please contact gramstudio@artmuseumgr.org

  A girl smiles while she shares a snack with other children outside at GRAM

Summer Art Camp Sessions

There are no summer art camp sessions at this time.

Health and Safety Protocols

We’re excited for your child to safely participate in summer art camps at the Museum. For the health and safety of campers, parents, and GRAM staff, all campers are required to be fully vaccinated as defined by the CDC at time of camp participation.

All parents and campers are required to follow GRAM’s current health and safety protocols. By registering your child for art camp, parents and campers acknowledge GRAM’s current health and safety measures. 

    Face masks are recommended for all Summer Campers while indoors. Masks will be available for those who do not have one.

    Camp capacity has been reduced to support social distancing during your camper’s week-long experience.

    Cleaning will be increased throughout the Museum to include routine cleaning of all high traffic and high touch areas and surfaces, as well as daily deep cleans when closed to the public.

    Hand sanitizer stations will be accessible at all entrances as well as in common gallery spaces.

Thank you to our Sponsors

Summer Art Camp is made possible by:

  • Wolverine Worldwide Foundation
  • Reagan Marketing + Design
  • Tom Merchant
  • Janet and Mark Nisbett
  • Scott and Linda LaFontsee

LaFontsee Student Scholarship

During GRAM’s 2021 Virtual Summer Art Camps, Scott and Linda LaFontsee of LaFontsee Galleries has generously pledged a LaFontsee Student Scholarship” match, funding a total of eight scholarship award recipients to 2021 GRAM Virtual Art Camps. LaFontsee student recipients were recognized for their impressive creativity, great attendance, and enthusiastic contribution to our camper community each day of camp. Congratulations to our 2021 LaFontsee Student Scholarship campers!

2021 Scholarship Award Recipients