Spring Break Camp

March 10, 2022

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is thrilled to welcome back our Spring Break Camp for imaginative makers and wonderers ages 6-12! Campers will spend time each day both inside and outside the Arts School immersed in art activities, group games, open outdoor exploration, and large-scale fresco creation.

This spring break will leave its mark on 1626 Harrison when our campers spend the week creating a memorable mural on the side of the Arts School while forming friendships and a lasting relationship with the arts.

Campers will move between art projects such as crafting, sculpting, painting, collage, and mural-creating, as well as lively outdoor activities and group games. With flexible options of signing up for individual days or almost the entire break, they have something for all creators.

Camp Schedule
March 21 – 28, 2022, 9 am – 4 pm
Location: Arts School 1626 Harrison St. Hollywood All 6 days March 21 - 28,
Members: $300, Non-Members: $325
Daily Fee: Members: $60, Non-Members: $65

Campers must provide their own non-perishable lunch and snacks. For more information about the camp and to register visit https://www.artandculturecenter.org/spring-break-arts-camp

About the Center
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood presents contemporary gallery exhibitions and award-winning education programs in the visual and performing arts at three unique facilities in downtown Hollywood. The Center’s mission is to cultivate creativity and the support of the arts in our community through education, innovation and collaboration. The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is located in the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kagey, a founding family in Hollywood. The home was built in 1924 and is a beautiful example of Mediterranean Revival architecture. It is one of Hollywood’s first show-place homes and was completed a year before the City of Hollywood was incorporated. The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood now serves as a cultural landmark for both its contemporary visual arts programming and for the distinctive character of the structure. In 2008, the Broward Trust for Historic Preservation honored the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood for its stewardship of the Kagey mansion. The building is currently designated by the State of Florida as a significant historical structure and is forever to be held for public enjoyment by city government.