Fostering Creativity through Fun Activities:
Artzone’s are passionate about art education and we love to make Art fun!
An Artzone Camp is a great way for your child to spend their school break – working on cool art projects, developing core artistic knowledge and skills, exercising their creative side, and having fun.
For 4 hours per day with young and energetic teachers, immersed in cool themes, bright and colourful portfolios with a wide variety of art, crafts, stories and games
… Artzone is simply the most creative way to spend your holiday.
New & Exciting Portfolios:
Artzone Teachers uniquely spend hours, days, weeks researching and developing new portfolios every camp including a wide range of art activities - drawing, painting, print, collage, 3D, clay work, animation, cartoon illustration, paper maché and more …. We use the Primary Schools Visual Art Curriculum to develop age appropriate projects. Portfolios are inspired by everything we do – exhibitions, featured artists, holidays, travel, food, parks, films, TV, music, our own work, pretty much any aspect of daily living.
Camps to suit all:
All Artzone Art Camps are suitable for all Primary School children generally split into 5-7 years and 8-12 year old groups.
Our Academy Camps – Animation, Comic, Fashion etc are suitable for Tweens (ages 10+) and Teens (to age 16).
Our Portfolio Camps are suitable for 5th, 6th year & Mature Students serious about preparing a portfolio for entry to Art College.
The Best Camps:
Artzone are running camps for over 15 years. Our teachers are qualified art teachers. They are all fully trained in the processes and procedures of running Artzone Camps. All staff are fully insured and Garda Vetted. Our maximum teacher: pupil ratio is 1:15, often as low as 1:10. Our venues are all risk assessed by Artzone before booking the venue for camp.
Award Winning Art Work:
There is no pressure to enter art work in competitions but we often enter group work such as films and animation videos to competitions. Here is a link to our award winning film for this summers Film Camp: