KAC Summer Camps 2017


  • Weekly Camps

  • for All Ages

  • for Pre-Schoolers

  • for Kids

  • for Teens

  • for Young Adults

Welcome to KAC!
Please take a look around, browse camps, and find the perfect summer fun experience for your child.

Our Art & Imagination Camps are designed to provide a warm, welcoming environment geared specifically towards the creative spirit of the young child (ages 3.5-5)

Our Kids Camp is a great alternative to full-day summer-long programs. Our small camp groups enable students to receive individual attention in a warm, family-like atmosphere. All of our Art camps are one-week sessions with half-day, full-day and extended-day options. (grades 1-5)

Our Teen Camp is a great option for teens that love art and might be too old for, or bored by traditional day camps. Each one-week session will focus intensively on a single topic. Our goal is to instill in each camper the skills needed to continue to explore the subject independently. (grades 6+)

Our Young Adult Art Academy our new intensive art program for high school students who are looking for a sophisticated and passionate environment to explore multiple mediums of art. (grades 9+)

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Frequently Asked Questions View All

What age groups do you offer?

Art & Imagination Camp is for ages 3 ½ to 5 years.; Kids Art for grades 1-5 (entering grade in Fall); Teen Camp grades 6+ and Young Adults grades 9+.

Do you offer an Extended Day option?

Yes, campers must pre-register at least 48 hours beforehand; Mornings 8:30- 9:30am is $10/day, Afternoon 4-5:30pm is $15/day.

Can we repeat camp topics through the Summer?

YES!! Art has no creative limits! Every day and project is a new beginning.

What if my camper is in between camp ages or grades?

You may choose either camp age group.

How do I register and when?

Online checkout is best, but you can also register by phone, or email. Early registration is encouraged.



Camp Highlights


My family absolutely loves the Katonah Art Center. The instructors are excellent -- they are fun, smart and engaging. It really seems like whatever my boys can think of, Keith or David will find a way to help them make it. In addition to having fun there, they are learning skills, which I really like. I want them to have fun and express themselves, but I also want them to learn how to draw and paint and sculpt. They get all of that at KAC. I seriously think they would go every day if they could.

Julia