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Wahoo! for 4 and 5 year old campers!

Grace Art Camp 2018 currently has several spaces available for Pre-K/Kindergarten campers in each of the 7 weeks of camp. Campers attend a single one-week session and must be 4 years of age by January 1, 2018, and already be attending a full-day program. Weekly sessions: June 25 […]

GAC eARThday Jubilee!

JOIN US! Create, Engage, and Celebrate EARTHDAY Sunday, April 22 form 12 – 3pm. 12 – 3pm Art Activities with Grace Art Camp Artists! 1pm Trash Tunes Rock Band with Robert Randall 2pm Back Yard Heroes Puppet Show by KC Puppetree Suggested Donation: $5.00/family or $2/person for camp […]

Springful Joy Recap!

This past Spring Break Camp we embraced The Empty Pot (a Chinese fairy tale), the Spring Equinox, and all its joy from lengthening days of light to seeds sprouting into all kinds of lovely and joyous communities. Animating stories, songs, movement, mindfulness practice, and wishing strips for The Coat of […]

THE ART OF RECYCLING FESTIVAL

Sunday, November 19, 12-3PM PLEASE JOIN Grace Institute and Grace Art Camp Artists for a community National Recycling Day celebration to honor our beautiful Bull Run watershed and its ecosystems. Funded by a generous grant from the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, this event features a […]

week 7 has begun!

    Yesterday returning campers recalled, and shared with new campers, the many things we do at Art Camp together each year — make art, listen to stories, dance together, be “dramatic”, sing — lots of singing, and just being together while doing all these things. We sang […]

week 6 – the week of wishes

Thursday and Friday were chock full of Star Festival activity — miniature shoji screens, glass furin, koi ponds, fishing poles, sumi painted scrolls, hanko (stamps with designed and personalized signature), clay olympics, accessories inspired by Japanese streetwear known as “fruits”, polka dotted collages and giant block printing of […]

week 6 – taiko wednesday

    Sashiko literally means “little stabs” and is a kind of embroidery campers have been learning in the fibre arts studio. Taiko is the word for “drum” and Portland Taiko graced Art Camp today with many kids of Japanese style drums in the Music & Dance Studio […]