Junior Docents: Surreal Inventions
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.
June 14-18 (face-to-face) – Sold out
June 28 – July 2 (online) – Sold out
July 12-16 (face-to-face) – Sold out
July 26-30 (online) – Sold out
Junior Docent Art Camp is open to Elementary and Middle School students, ages 9-14. Students will be divided into smaller break-out groups to allow for age-appropriate instruction and social interaction.
In this program, campers will learn the fundamentals of interpreting a painting, plus how to share a compelling story and gain a deeper understanding of the power of images. Not only will students learn about Salvador Dalí and surrealist art, they will be empowered to think independently about art and express their own thoughts.
The week will conclude with recorded presentations by each student that showcase their personal voices, Dalí knowledge and their very own surrealist art. These presentations will be shared on the Museum’s website.
face-to-face art camp
June 14-18 & July 12-16
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.
Location: The Dalí Museum Raymond James Community Room
Mornings include a lesson about Salvador Dalí and his work and afternoons consist of art-making. A mask break will be offered for students outside in the Museum’s Avant-garden.
Museum Members: $200
Face-to-face sessions are sold out.
online art camp
June 28-July 2 & July 26-30
Junior Docent Art Camp Online will provide face-to-face learning through LIVE instruction. Campers will receive instruction via Zoom. We will be using the professional level of Zoom that provides added security, such as password-protected meeting rooms to ensure a safe learning environment. Zoom can be accessed from any smart device such as a phone, tablet or computer.
Location: Via Zoom
Mornings include an energizer exercise followed by a lesson on Salvador Dalí and his work. A break will be provided at noon, with art lessons and art-making in the afternoon.
Museum Members: $65
(MEMBER CARD NUMBER necessary. Can’t find it? Click here.)
Online sessions are sold out.
Why attend Junior Docent Art Camp?
Our instructors are familiar with our collection and have experience in teaching art. Our goal is to provide safe social interaction while continuing to feature the cornerstones of our program, such as learning about Dalí, presenting a painting and making original surreal art.
Burnout from online learning is real! For additional information please contact Denisse De Leon, School Program Manager at DDeLeon@TheDali.org