Register Now for Artplay’s Summer Camps in Visual Arts and Musical Theater – News

ArtPlay’s award-winning visual arts camps offer drawing, painting, sculpting, crafts and more, and musical theater campers will be introduced to singing, dancing and acting.

ArtPlay at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has announced its summer courses in Musical Theater and Visual Arts.

The camps are designed to foster creativity in children aged 7-18. Three musical theater camps and two visual arts camps are now accepting registrations. ArtPlay instructors strive to bring out the creativity of all students attending summer camps. Camps are designed for campers to learn something new. See the list of camps and register at AlysStephens.org.

ArtPlay Musical Theater Camps:

  • ArtPlay Musical Theater Camp I, “Annie Kids,” for ages 7-12, is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 6-17. The cost is $475; the class capacity is 35.

  • ArtPlay Musical Theater Camp II, “Moana Jr.” by Disney, for ages 9 to 14 and led by Jennifer Salvant, is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 21 through July 2. The cost is $475; the class capacity is 35.

  • ArtPlay Musical Theater Camp III, “Footloose: Youth Edition” for ages 12-18 and led by Reid Watson, is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 11-29. The cost is $600; the class capacity is 35.

ArtPlay Musical Theater campers will be introduced to singing, dancing and acting. No experience is required. The camp will conclude with a final showcase, as campers create a full production on stage at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.

ArtPlay Visual Arts Camps:

ArtPlay’s award-winning visual arts camps offer lessons in drawing, painting, sculpting, crafts and more. All students who enjoy creating art are welcome. Each day offers a new discovery, and at the end of camp students will have their own art exhibit, with their works featured in a final exhibition in the historic ArtPlay House at Five Points South.

Safety is UAB’s priority. The pandemic is a fluid situation that the UAB is monitoring, in consultation with infectious disease and public health experts; events will be subject to change based on the latest COVID-19 safety guidelines. All camps are registered with the UAB Youth Protection Program. Protocols for in-person summer camps can include masking, daily temperature checks, social distancing, small groups, outdoor rehearsals and more.