Bring your imagination and creativity to art camp this summer at the Broad MSU! Camp meets for weekly sessions, 9am–3pm daily, with a maximum of 15 students per session. Each session will have a different theme, so sign up for one, two, or all three sessions!

Campers will experience a variety of traditional and contemporary media and processes while creating individual and collaborative artwork at each camp. Daily activities will include snack and play breaks, as well as a variety of enriching activities including museum tours, walks on campus, and an end of week art show.

Cost: $250/session


AGES 6–8

Session 1: Art is Silly • June 13–17
Looking for a laugh? Join us for a light-hearted peek into some goofy, silly, and downright funny contemporary art. Create artwork that expresses your unique personality and sense of humor.

Session 2: Art is Fantastic • June 20–24
Are you a daydreamer? Join us on an adventure into the imaginations of contemporary artists to meet fantasy characters in magical lands. Create artwork inspired by your own imagined creatures, places, and stories!

Session 3: Art is Loud • June 27–July 1
Do you have something to say? Join us as we explore the many ways that contemporary artists communicate through their work. Create artwork that expresses your own thoughts in a big way!

AGES 9–11

Session 1: Art is Futuristic • July 11–15
Do you have a vision? Explore the many ways contemporary artists are imagining and playing with ideas for what we might need for the future. Create artwork that stretches your imagination and creativity!

Session 2: Art is Reflective • July 18–22
Where do you live? Explore the natural and man-made world around us through art! Discover artists who focus on the environment in their artwork, and create your own artistic responses to contemporary questions about the world we live in.

Session 3: Art is Social • July 25–29
How can you impact your community? Explore our communities through artistic eyes as we create artwork with the people, places, and things around us. Learn about contemporary artists who interact with their communities in similar ways.

Middle School

Session 1: Art is Experimental • August 1–5
Want to make a discovery? Journey into the unknown as we try out new ideas, materials, and processes while learning about contemporary artists who have an experimental approach to creating art.

Session 2: Art is Evidence • August 8–12
Why do people make art? Explore ways to record your thoughts, ideas, and experiences as evidence of your unique point of view. Create artwork from those observations while learning about contemporary artists who document their lives in similar ways.


Join practicing artists and expand your artistic skills at the Broad MSU High School Residency! Residents will meet for one weekly session, 10am–4pm daily, with a maximum of 20 students.

Art is Investigation • August 15–19
Immerse yourself in an investigation of materials, processes, and ideas inspired by contemporary art and artists. Create a series of pieces connected by common themes through a variety of media.


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