Ages 13-19 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily, July 18-22 Brooks School Park $550 resident/$825 non-resident This camp is offered in partnership with professional muralist Koda Witsken.
Public art is more important than ever to beautify spaces, to facilitate community conversations, and to encourage people to pay attention and perceive more deeply the environments they occupy. This is a unique opportunity for teen artists (aged 13 to 19) to learn about outdoor murals and the history of public art from professional muralist and Indy native, Koda Witsken! Each student will create an outdoor mural on the concrete Art Wall at Brooks School Park (40' long x 5' tall) over the course of a week - while also completing art history modules created specifically for this camp by museum professionals – AND while also meeting local professional artists throughout camp. All skill levels welcome. REGISTER
Read more about this camp's feature in the Hamilton County Reporter here.
Indy Eleven Camp
Ages 8-13 9 a.m. to noon daily, June 13-17 Cumberland Park $300 resident/$450 non-resident This is camp is offered in partnership by Indy Eleven Professional Soccer.
Players will learn the fundamentals of the game, enjoy fun activities that incorporate technique, promote healthy competition, and who knows...you might even get to meet Indy Eleven players!
Indy Eleven is firmly committed to bringing a quality product both on and off the field, meaning that the organization believes in the power of soccer and wants to use its platform to educate young people.
Each participant will receive an Indy Eleven soccer ball, an Indy Eleven T-shirt, and two tickets to an Indy Eleven game of their choice. No lunch is provided, and all registrants should bring a water bottle. REGISTER