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Summer Arts Camps

Engage in hands-on activities led by experienced teaching artists in a professional studio environment. Our Summer Arts Camps feature fun, innovative, and creative camps for ages 2 – 17. Each week offers a new unique theme, encouraging campers to explore, create, innovate and problem solve while growing critical thinking skills! Our campers learn new skills, build self-confidence and make new friends!

JUST RELEASED! Summer Arts Camps 2020 Catalog


Registration for Summer Camps is OPENING SOON

**Online registration ends the Thursday before the start of a new camp. Please call 610-376-1576 after that time to check availability and to register.**


Picturebook Preschool Camps (Ages 2 – 3)

Children’s favorite books inspire art projects, music, movement, and theater games. Our youngest campers are given the opportunity to create in a nurturing and caring environment. Each session of this drop-off program includes supervised playtime on the playground, innovative art projects, and  dramatic play. A consistent aide and teaching artists, join the campers throughout the week to sing songs, play instruments, and express themselves through creative movement. This professional staff combines the art forms to promote socialization, early literacy skills, and a lot of fun.

Camps run from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Snack is provided.

Multi-Arts Camps (Ages 3 – 12)

Weekly themes use the arts as a platform for exploration and innovation, to grow critical thinking skills, and to discover how powerful the imaginative voice can be. Camps are led by teaching artists who are chosen for their knowledge of their art form and their great skill as teachers. We also have special guest teachers throughout the summer that bring expertise in other fields that are not typically thought of as connecting to the arts. Campers are assigned into groups by age and led throughout the session by an aide. Parents and friends are invited on Fridays for an end of camp sharing.

Camps run from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM (AM Session) and 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Full Day). Full day campers should pack a lunch.

Check out our 2019 YouTube Shorts Camper Video

Specialty and Performance Camps (Ages 5 – 17)

Older campers work with professional directors, actors, dancers, and artists to develop performance, writing, and/or artistic skills. These camps help to build confidence, collaboration, and creativity while working in a safe and encouraging environment. Performance and Teen Camps range in length (1 – 3 weeks) and many result in performances held in the Yocum Institute’s Schumo Black Box Theater. All camps are led by talented teaching artists and creative professionals who work in education and their chosen discipline.

Camp times and age ranges vary, please see brochure. Snacks and lunch is not provided.


BROADWAY JR: INTO THE WOODS JR (Ages 8 – 15)

3 Weeks: July 6-24, 2020 + Performances

Blend classes in acting, dance, voice with experience in costuming, lighting, set creation and prop making; as we produce, rehearse and perform Into the Woods JR by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. Students who choose to assist with technical elements of the show will be required to attend all 4 performances (2 as performer, 2 as crew) Performers receive 2 free tickets.

Students will be divided into 2 casts with performances July 24 at 7:00 PM and July 25 at 2:00 PM OR July 25th at 7:00 PM and July 26th at 2:00 PM. Tickets: $12 Students / $15 Adults / $18 At The Door

9:00 AM-4:30 PM
$440 Members | $465

Get to Know Your Lead Teacher:
Wendy Bable

Wendy is a director, teaching artist, and playwright with an MFA in Directing/Drama and Theatre for Youth from The University of Texas at Austin. She is a certified teacher who specializes in arts-based curriculum and Universal Design for Learning in both public and private institutions. She is an active member of TYA/USA, current Board President for the International Association of Performing Arts for Youth. Wendy was named a Winifred Ward Scholar by the American Alliance for Theater and Education in 2008, and in 2011 she was the U.S. representative to the ASSITEJ International Directing Seminar in Cologne, Germany.


Parent Resources

Picturebook Preschool Camp Information
Multi Arts Camp Information


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