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Kids Summer Camps 2021

MakerSphere is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting registrations for in-person kids summer camps! Camps will be held at Seminary Arts in Waterbury - outdoors, under a tent, with masks required.

Camp Fees 

Camp fees for all camps are $300 per week. A limited number of partial scholarships are available. To inquire, please email:

MakerSphere Camps

July 5th - 9th
& Parade on July 10th
4th - 8th Grade
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Building a Float for the NQID Community Celebration July 10th 



July 19th - 23rd

Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Stories in Art & Art in Stories

Kids will explore the ideas of story telling with Jenni Bee in the mornings and MK Monley in the afternoons. They will read stories and then draw, build and paint characters and scenery from the books. There will be plenty of active play time to act out the stories as well. A great week for K – 2nd graders!

July 26th - 30th

3rd - 5th Grade

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Mythological Creatures

Kids will create wonderful and outrageous mythological creatures and their habitats! From puppets to treasures to dragon’s eggs, kids will envision and create ridiculous and delightful creatures. Join Jenni Bee to create and explore a whole new world of your own making.

August 9 – 13

5th-8th Grades - 9:00 am -3:00 pm

Art with a Global Perspective


Instructor - Julio Desmont: Go treasure hunting to learn about the rich culture and colors of Haiti. We'll look at the people, objects, and places that tell this artist's story. You'll explore the basics of color, lines and shapes in painting your own story.

Instructor - Ali Beddoe: Learn the stories of ancient artifacts; their geographic regions and the culture those artifacts represent. You will work in clay to create an artifact of your own! Though the shape/form/function will be based on the ancient item, the design/glaze/pattern will represent modern time.

Instructor - Marlena Tucker Fishman: Learn about Stepping; the art of making percussion music using one's full body to stomp, clap, and chant. You'll journey from the mines of South Africa to US universities and communities to learn about the history and culture of this form of dance. Participants will collaborate to create unique step routines that will help build confidence, and spark creativity in a supportive peer environment.

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