Summer Arts Studio

Summer Arts Studio


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Summers are always exciting at the River Oaks Square Arts Center’s Summer Arts Studio. Our camps provide children, ages 5-13,with a range of classes and themes to fit any artistic interest. ROSAC is the perfect place to learn about art and discover the budding artist in everyone. At Sumer Arts Studio, children have the opportunity to draw, paint, sculpt, work with clay, make jewelry, yoga, cook or experiment with mixed media. Students are encouraged to imagine and explore creativity while making their own artistic masterpieces. Summer Arts Studios is much more than just an Art Camp.

 Click Here for  the 2017 Reservation Form 

Or you can mail in the Enrollment Form.

The Enrollment Form has to be filled out and turned in before camp starts.


“Exploring the Art of the Four Regions of the United States”
Dates for 2017 Summer Arts Studio.
Session 1: June 12 – June 16

“The Wild-Wild West”

Hitch-up the covered wagons as we head out west.  Create and taste food from the chuck wagon cookbook, while creating 2-dimensional pieces inspired by American Modernism masters such as Georgia O’Keefe and Desert Landscape artists like Maynard Dixon.

Themed-Thursday Bonus Attraction: Cowboy Up for a Wild-Wild West Day.


Session 2: June19 – June 30

“The Northeast”

We are traveling to the home of Neo-Expressionism, Pop Art, and the Big Apple. Campers will create pieces using spray-paint as did artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, drips like Jackson Pollock, and clay in the style of William de Kooning.

Themed-Thursday Bonus Attraction: Celebrate Independence Day by wearing red, white and blue.


Session 3: July 10 – July 21

“The American Heartland” (Midwest)

As we journey through the Gateway Arch into America’s Heartland, campers will create mixed media pieces inspired by Thomas Hart Benton’s “Cradling Wheat” and portrait-like paintings motivated by Grant Wood’s “American Gothic”.  We will celebrate a region abound with sculptures of presidents and warriors carved into mountains and the birthplace of the Regionalist Art Movement.

Themed-Thursday Bonus Attraction: Don your festive attire for Christmas in July.


Session 4: July 24 – August 4

“The Southland”

Our trek back home leads us to the Southland, where campers will create landscapes motivated by Bob Ross and Clementine Hunter, paint birds inspired by John J. Audubon, and sculpt face-jugs in the style of potters from the Coastal Carolinas. A focus on southern artists influenced by their native surroundings is sure to result in unique and thoughtful creations.

Themed-Thursday Bonus Attraction: Believe in the impossible at the Mad-Hatter Tea Party.

Contact Aubrey @ 318.473.2670 for more info.

Registration begins March 20th for members

and  April 4th for non-members.

Art Camp Only (12:30-4:30)

$150.00 (Session 1)

$245.00 (session 2-4)

Art Camp+Pre-Camp (7:30am-5:00pm)

$250.00 (Session 1)

$400.00 (session 2-4)

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Summer Arts Studio Scholarship Application

River Oaks offers one scholarship, per session, to individuals who qualify.

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