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Fashion Technology & Design Summer Camp


ThunderLily Fashion Tech offers summer camps where young fashionistas and aspiring engineers fuse creativity with innovation as they explore the exciting world of wearable technology.

Students learn the actual techniques that are needed to be fashion designers and then use their creativity to solve real world dilemmas, working through iterative design cycles from concept to final prototype. In these summer courses, students delve into the four pillars of wearable tech—design, engineering, construction, and sustainability—learning conceptual design and how to refine their ideas. Students gain hands-on experience with pattern-drafting, sewing, and construction; learn how to program Arduinos; and explore the fundamentals of electrical engineering, prototyping, and choosing fabrics.

For their capstone project, students create a unique piece of wearable technology that improves the world around us.


ARAS Pioneer Teens Art Program


At the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) Pioneer Teens Art Program, high school students ages 14-17 can:

  • Discover art, symbols, and myths from all over the world
  • Create their own artwork inspired by universal symbols
  • Explore museums and galleries and meet working artists.

Pioneer Teens is a free two-week summer program for NYC teens. Please visit the website for a schedule, application deadline, and more information.

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The Institute for American Indian Studies' Summer Camp


The Institute for American Indian Studies is offering six weeks of full-day summer camp for children ages 5-12, focusing on the life-ways and lessons of Native Peoples. Join experienced educators and camp staff on a journey through one or several themes: Digging Detectives, Eating with the Seasons, Crafty Creations, Woodland Survival, Not So Primitive Technology, and Forest and River Ecology. Each week while hiking in the woods, playing games, and making friends, campers will work together to complete a group project. By doing so, campers will not only learn valuable life skills, but will also have a positive impact on future visitors, students, and campers. Have your children practice team-building skills, increase their knowledge of nature, and connect with a culture that has more than 10,000 years of history in the area!

Paint & Sip Studio New York


Paint & Sip Studio offers 5-day weekly summer mini-camps where your child can learn painting, drawing, multi-media, still life, art history, comic books, crafts, selfie art, and more. Campers work on kid-inspired creations in an atmosphere where making art is fun and easy.

Paint & Sip's skilled artists are experienced with kids and know how to bring out their artistic talent in a fun, supportive environment. Camps are for kids ages 5-12 and run Monday through Friday, 9am-12pm.

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Idea Lab Kids


Idea Lab Kids provides STEAM (STEM + Arts) camps ranging from Cooking School, Robotics, and Drones to 3-D Printing, Art Studio, Coding, Programming, Movie Production, Engineering, and Science. Campers learn through inquisitive hands-on activities utilizing science, math, critical thinking skills, and a great deal of imagination.

Full- and half-day options are available, plus optional extended hours for before- and after-camp care. Campers are divided by age group: preschool, lower elementary, upper elementary, and middle school.

Yard School of Art SummerART Camps


Montclair Art Museum's camps and classes teach children to think creatively so they can design their own futures. SummerART programs are designed to cultivate  imagination while developing skills, with increasing challenges so children can grow from budding young artists to accomplished teens.

SummerART won a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Visual Arts Camp 4 years in a row!  

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Steve & Kate's Camp - NYC


The staff at Steve & Kate’s Camp believes that when you trust kids, they develop the confidence to trust themselves. So they created a summer camp that puts kids in charge. Summer comes with the freedom to reinvent learning in a way that allows kids to make their own choices and, of course, make a few mistakes along the way.

Driven by this belief, Steve & Kate's has built its summer camp to put kids in the driver’s seat of their own creativity. Whether your child is obsessed with film or is a budding chef or a future fashion designer, they can dive in at camp without judgments or expectations. 


Kidspace Children's Museum - Camps


Join Kidspace Children’s Museum for Kidspace Camp! Adventure, explore, and investigate; learn, create memories, and make new friends. Two weeks of spring camp, “Bugs, Bugs Everywhere!,” are available for children ages 5 to 9. After-care is available for an additional fee. Kidspace is also offering eight weeks of summer camps for children ages 4 to 9. Themes range from Early Learners to Dinos, Physics, Art, and Space.

Nestled in Brookside Park next to the historic Rose Bowl, Kidspace Children’s Museum is an industry leader in the field of informal, free-choice learning. Its mission is to nurture the potential of all children through kid-driven experiences, inspiring them to become joyful, active learners. In its 40-year history, Kidspace has become known for seeking out new ways to bring children and families together to learn and play, serving over 5-million guests in the greater Los Angeles area since 1979.



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