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Summer Art Camp

Summer Art Camp Schedules & Fees

Summer 2018 Dates

Session 1:  June 4 - June 18
Session 2: June 19 - June 29
Session 3: July 2 - July 13
(no camp Wednesday, July 4)
Session 4: July 16 - July 27

Times

All sessions run Monday through Friday in two-week blocks.
Full Day runs 9am – 4pm.
Half Day mornings run 9am – 12:10pm.
Half Day afternoons run 12:45pm- 4pm.

Drop off begins at 8:30am and pick up ends at 4:30pm. Child care is not available beyond these hours. 

2018 Rates (per two-week session)

Full Day Session……….$475 / 10% Discount with Harwood Family Membership

Half Day Session……….$275 / 10% Discount with Harwood Family Membership

*Special Pricing: Full Day $430 / Half Day $250

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Harwood Art Center is committed to ensuring that every child who has a desire to attend Summer Art Camp is able to do so without financial barriers. We are proud to be able to offer scholarships to campers that demonstrate need though the generosity of private donations.

The deadline to apply for Summer Art Camp 2018 financial support is Monday, May 7, 2018.

To apply for financial support:

  • Register your child for Summer Art Camp,
  • Pay a $100 deposit per session (this deposit is refundable if for some reason we are unable to provide support),
  • Submit a signed one page written request explaining why and how much financial support is needed,
  • Mail or email signed letter to Dani Belvin, Programs & Education Coordinator

                 Dani Belvin, Programs & Education Coordinator
                 Harwood Art Center
                 1114 7th St. NW
                 Albuquerque, NM 87102

HARWOOD STORIES

Kris Mills

Former Studio Artist


I was in Harwood’s very first show called Road To Chaos, organized by Jeff Kruger. My dog, Micro, was also in that show eating 30 hot dogs in a performance piece by Bryan Konefsky. I had two studios at two different times. The most recemt, I used the studio to do serigraphy with my collaborative friend Tom Loeb. LThe first time, I used the studio to make sculpture. Harwood has given me many opportunities to show my own art and curate shows about the work my community, Albuquerque makes.  My dog Pablo and I are in and out of Harwood’s doors a lot because I now live in the neighborhood.

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