Cheers N Paint’s Kids’ Summer Art Camps!

Make your summer memorable at Cheers N Paint art studio in Cary, NC. We have a great class lineup for our kids’ summer art camps this year.  Camp recommended for school age children six and up.

Our studio is a family-owned & operated business & listen to our customers.

Our camp offers your family flexibility.  Choose full or half-day sessions with early in and late pickup options.  Our registration form provides times, pricing and other details.

Yes, we are an art camp, but you’ll do more than paint!

Each week includes different FUN activities.  Campers begin the week decorating their painting apron for the week.  Yes, you’ll enjoy creating acrylic paintings which center around the theme of the week. Other activities will vary but most weeks may include making tie-dye shirts, creating 2D and 3D art projects, chalk art, games, painting rocks, painting  your “stuffed” pet, building a fictional creature or creating squirt gun art.  We are very customer focused!  Activities may change based on camper’s tastes, time constraints or just because we are having tooooo much fun doing something else.

Bring a friend or come and make new ones!  Our art studio is spacious and air-conditioned, perfect for hot summer days.  We go over and above when sanitizing our studio in between classes as well as maintaining social distancing.  So, rest assured that your children are well cared for.

Here are the seven weeks of FUN for your child and each week has a different theme!

Summer Camp: Under The Seasummer Camp

Under the Sea

June 14 – 18

Paint, splash and explore sea creatures, real and mythical, sharks to mermaids.  Make a glitter sea creature bottle.

Summer Camp: Let'S Take A Road Trip

Let’s Take a Road Trip

June 21 – 25

Pack your imagination and begin a road trip by designing a camp trailer.  You will  “travel” to Acadia, Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. Create a lighthouse and other special projects to remember each Park.  Learn about their unique geography while painting iconic scenery.

Summer Camp: It’s A Bugs Life

It’s a Bugs Life

July 12 – 16

Fireflies, lady bugs, ants, butterflies, and grasshoppers are all around us. Learn how to paint these and other familiar insects.

Summer Camp: The Great Animal Kingdom

The Great Animal Kingdom

July 19 – 23

ROAR into animal art.  Create using many art forms. Learn all about mammals on different continents while painting these great creatures and their habitats.  

Summer Camp: Out Of This World

Out of this World

July 26 – 30

Make your own rocket ship and explore the galaxy from the Milky Way and beyond.  Make spin art and kaleidoscope.

Summer Camp: Out Of This World

Superheros – DC to Marvel

August 2 – 6

Boom POW Bang!!!  Design your own comic book, superhero mask and make your superhero city out of recycled material.

Summer Camp: The Magic Garden

The Magic Garden

August 9 – 13

Sprinkle a little magic into an everyday garden with fairy doors, magical plants, and dragons.

Meet our Summer Camp Staff

Lauren

Operations and Event Manager for Cheers N Paint Art Studio. BA degree in Visual Arts with concentrations in graphic design and elementary education. College intern as event planner for campus activities. Camp counselor experience with the Boy Scouts of America for 5 years

Ava

NCSU student pursuing a degree in Design and Animation. Experience as summer camp assistant at GSK Science Camp for 2 years. Volunteer at Marbles Museum for 6 years leading STEM play activities for visitors.

Clair

NCSU grad with a degree in Art and Design. Designed original animated characters to be used in STEM informational texts. Worked at the Gregg Museum of Art + Design as student ambassador.

Summer Camp Registration

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