Art School: Spring Break Camps

Spring Break Camp

Monday, March 21 - Friday, March 25, 2022

Use your imagination and creativity this spring break to bring out the artist in you!

Your child's safety is our top priority.

The EAC pledges to do the following each day:

  • Significantly limit capacity of all camps to no more than 12 youth and reduce the number of camps offered concurrently. 

  • Require all who enter the EAC wear a cloth mask for the duration of their stay.

  • Limit the number of visitors in our building.

  • Provide additional cleaning of all common areas and high-touch surfaces, especially restrooms and door handles.

  • Encourage everyone to stay home if feeling unwell.

  • Provide disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer.

Youth Fine Arts students must: 

  • All campers must be toilet trained before beginning an Evanston Art Center camp.

  • Wear a cloth face mask at all times. 

  • Stay home if feeling unwell. The EAC will waive its refund policy if students must skip a visit due to potential COVID-19 infection. Ask a staff member for more information.

  • Maintain a 6-foot distance from others.

  • Wash hands with soap for at least 20 seconds before, during, and after their visit to open studios.

  • Students over age 9 are expected to use provided disinfecting wipes to disinfect handles, tools, and any surfaces touched.

What To Bring:

  • Bring a completed emergency contact form for the first day of camp. (Blank ones will be available if you forget.)

  • A cloth face mask that must be worn at all times. Ensure your child is comfortable with this before registering for camp.

  • A signed copy of the Emergency Form. We will email this to you before your scheduled visit to camp. Please email us a signed copy if possible.

  • Filled and labeled water bottle. All water fountains will be closed per Phase 3 Reopening Guidelines. Please label the bottle to ensure it stays with your child.

  • Label jackets and other items for younger children. Help us keep your items with your child, and to limit the handling of any misplaced items.

  • Nut-free snacks.

  • Epi-pens or other emergency allergy medications, with instructions for your child.

  • Come to camp dressed for mess.

  • No need to bring any art supplies! They're included in the camp tuition.

Students with Disabilities are Welcome!

EAC welcomes all students with disabilities to join our classes! EAC is wheelchair-accessible with power-assist doors, an accessible restroom, and an elevator. If your child requires any accommodation to fully participate in the class, please contact EAC's Director of Education at [email protected] with as much advance notice as possible. To ensure the best experience possible, we appreciate your sharing as much information about your child as you feel comfortable.

Questions? Contact Us!

Our Director of Education is happy to chat with you about what camps she recommends for your child, and to answer any questions you may have. EAC's Director of Education at [email protected] or at 847-475-5300.

Read more about EAC's policies refunds, cancellations and financial aid.

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