Jerusalem Summer Clay and Art Camp

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SUMMER CAMP 2017

For over 15 years, Studio Artworks Clay & Art Camp for kids ages 7-12 years old has been a favorite of Jerusalemites as well as visitors for the summer.

Serious Fun for the Serious Art Lover!

Combining unique clay projects with design and art concepts, kids use their imaginations create fun and exciting projects. Days are structured in 3 parts working on different projects each hour+. A mixture of suggested projects and free time to make what they want. Our staff offers individual attention. Kids love to help prepare popcorn in our fun popcorn machine for our breaks.

3 sessions in July and August provide a range of activities for the creatively inclined.

English and Hebrew spoken.
Air Conditioned!
Ages: 7-12 years old
Hours: 9-2:30 pm daily.
Early drop-off at 8:30 and extended day until 3:30 pm available.

Special Offers:
Early Registration – until June 1 –  10% off
Siblings and additional session 10% off (applies to additional session only)
Snack provided. Campers bring their own lunches.

Ceramic work will be ready for pick up after camp up to one week.

Contact the Jerusalem Ceramic Art Camp 054-307-7058

Camp Reservations

 

FIJ Tips

Mallory runs chugim throughout the year and is one of the most popular art teachers among the anglo crowd. Her camp is very popular.

Hours

Sunday- Thursday 9:00am-2:30pm
Early drop off at 8:30am available
Extended day till 3:30pm available

Price

Prices for 2017

Session 1 (3-weeks) :   July 3 – 21                  2450 nis

Session 2 (2-weeks) :  July 24 – August 4    1665 nis

session 3 (1-week) :    August 6 – 10               890 nis

Early drop-off at 8:30: 15 nis per day or 50 nis per week.
Extended day: 20 nis per day 75 per week.
Early & Late: 28 nis per day for both or 90 nis per week or 150 nis for 3-weeks session. 

Age

Ages 7-12

Language

English / Hebrew

Sessions

2017 Dates
Session 1 (3-weeks) : July 3 - 21
Session 2 (2-weeks) : July 24 - August 4
session 3 (1-week) : August 6 - 10


Food

Snack is provided. Campers bring their own lunch

Venue: Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center

Address: 4 Yad Hahruzim
Jerusalem, Israel
Neighborhood: Talpiot
Parking: Paid street parking