Junior Docent Art Camp at the Museum (Ages 9-14)
July 12, 2021 @ 9:15am – July 16, 2021 @ 5:15pm
face-to-face art camp
Become a Junior Docent at The Dalí Museum’s weeklong camp, where attendees discover new ways to interpret and create art, meet new friends and have fun. This year’s theme will focus on surreal inventions and the ways surrealist art reimagined the world. The Museum offers week-long camps in both face-to-face and online versions. Click here to view more information on the program and to view all sessions.
For our face-to-face Junior Docent Art Camp at the Museum, The Dalí will abide by all Museum health & safety guidelines to help create a safe and clean environment for learning and creativity. Students are required to wear masks. Students will be spaced 6 feet apart and have their own assigned workspace and individual materials.
This one-week program encourages students (ages 9-14) to express their own ideas about Dalí’s art, while sharing knowledge gained about Dalí and their very own surrealist art in a recorded presentation at the end of the week.
Students who attend Junior Docent Art Camp 2021 build a foundation in art by learning how to look at and talk about art through The Dalí’s collection. As students create their own art, they explore Dalí’s techniques, interpret his works in the Museum, and become familiar with Dalí’s life and interests. Junior docents participate in fun, surreal-inspired activities, and make new friends.
Our in-person drop off begins at 9:15am each day and camp runs until 5:15pm. Mornings include a lesson on Dalí and his art and afternoons consist of art making. A break will be offered for students to step outside and take a mask break.
Location: The Dalí Museum Raymond James Community Room
Museum Members: $200
(MEMBER CARD NUMBER necessary. Can’t find it? Click here.)