Youth Classes & Camps Info for Parents
If a registration cancellation is requested at any time after enrollment, the student will receive a refund minus the 25% cancellation fee and processing fee. If a registration cancellation is requested two weeks or less before the start of a class, workshop, or camp, there is no refund. The processing fee is non-refundable.
If the Art Association cancels a class due to low enrollment or otherwise, students will receive a full refund minus the non-refundable processing fee.
If your student is enrolled in a youth preschool, after-school or summer camp program, the primary contact will receive an email correspondence TWO WEEKS before the start date of said class/camp (unless this falls on a holiday). This email will include pertinent details and information regarding the specific class/camp including: location, start times, required documentation and more. If you enroll your child within the two weeks before the start of a class/camp, the email correspondence will be sent out as soon as possible.
If your student is on the waitlist for a class and an opening becomes available, the primary contact will be contacted via email. An email will be sent to the first person on the waitlist. Due to high demand and time sensitivity, please respond as soon as possible or your waitlist priority may be skipped to the next person in line. Please call the Education Office to find out your place on the waitlist.
Contact Information for Sick/Absent Days
If a child does not attend school because they are ill, they may not attend A!A programming on that same day. If your child is sick or absent for a class during after-school, please give us a call at 307.733.6379 ext. 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If students do not get off the Activity Bus or show up for class and we are not notified ahead of time, we will assume that the student is not coming to class. if you are running late for pick-up, you can inform us by calling the number above.
Art Association Prorating Policy
We only prorate the cost of a class for multi-week classes or after-school programs when a participant enrolls after the start date of the class/program. We do not prorate for summer programs as they are a condensed week-long program. We do not offer single-day enrollments for camps or multi-week programs.
The A!A reserves the right to provide a qualified substitute instructor for any and all classes.
Class Theme and Media Focus
Classes will adhere to the theme and media as closely as possible.
The A!A may use photos taken during classes, workshops and camps for promotional materials.
After-School Program Details
After-School Schedule & Release Dates
2024 Winter Session: January 8 – March 21, 2024
*Enrollment opened November 8, 2023
2024 Spring Break Camp: March 25-29, 2024
*Enrollment opens February 14, 2024
2024 Spring. Session: April 8 – May 30, 2024
*Enrollment opens February 14, 2024
2024 Summer Camp: June 17 – August 23, 2024
*Enrollment opens March 11, 2024 for Art Association Members and March 13, 2024 for all
After-School Age Range/Grade Level
When enrolling your child, please choose their GRADE level, not age. Please do not enroll elementary age students in middle school after school programs as the drop-off and class timings are different.
Grades K-2 & Grades 3-5: Class starts between 3:00 and 3:15 PM and ends between 5:00 and 5:15 PM (we will wait for all students riding the Activity Bus before beginning class). Parent pick-up is from 5:00 to 5:15 PM. If your student is not picked up by 5:20 PM, an A!A staff member will call you.
Grades 6-9 & 9-12: Class starts between 4:00 and 4:15 PM and ends at 5:45 PM (we will wait for all students riding the Activity Bus before beginning class). Parent pick-up is at 5:45 PM. Students cannot leave the studio unaccompanied by a parent/guardian unless indicated in their account.
Please contact your students’ school to learn more or sign your student up for the Activity Bus. The Activity Bus drops students off at the Cache Street entrance to the Center for the Arts building. An A!A staff member will greet each student and walk them to their appropriate studio. Grades K-5 students are required to stay with the A!A staff member until delivered to their studio.
Summer Camp Program Details
2024 Summer Camps: June 17 – August 23. 2024 – Enrollment opens March 11 for Art Association Members and March 13 for all.
Summer Camp Age Range/Grade Level
When signing up your child for Summer Camps, please enroll your child in the appropriate GRADE level, not age. Your child’s grade is the entering grade level for the 2024-2025 school year.
Summer Camp Sample Format
– Parent Drop-Off: 8:45-9am
– Camp Block 1: 9:00-11:30am
– Lunch Break: 11:30am-12:30pm
– Camp Block 2: 12:30-3:00pm
– Parent Pick-Up: 3:00-3:15pm
Parent Drop-Off & Pick-Up
Student drop-off is from 8:45-9:00am on the Multi-Purpose Studio deck on The Center lawn. Parents must check their students in with an Art Association staff member. If you are running late, please drop your student off at their appropriate studio.
Student pick-up is from 3:00-3:15pm on The Center lawn. Please check out your student with an Art Association staff member.
What to Bring
Lunch and snacks will not be provided. Please pack your child snacks, lunch, and a water bottle for camp. (Almost) every Friday, snow cones will be provided by the Art Association. If your child has an allergy, or this is not permitted, please let the Art Association staff know.
Art Camps are messy! Please have your child wear appropriate clothing that can get messy and wet. Closed-toed shoes and an extra layer are preferred. Lunch breaks will take place outside, weather permitting, so please apply sunscreen and pack a hat, if possible.
Directions to Art Association Studios
To identify the studio for your child’s class, visit artassociation.org and check the class description to find the location and name of the studio. If you need help finding it, you can always stop by the front desk in the lobby of the Center for the Arts, and they will point you in the right direction!
Children’s Art Studio (3rd Floor)
Take the elevator or stairs to the third floor. The Borshell Children’s Studio is in the northwest corner of the floor, on the south side of the hallway next to the Art Association administration offices.
Digital Lab & Photography Studio (3rd Floor)
Take the elevator or stairs to the third floor. The Digital/Photography Studio is in the northwest corner of the floor, on the north side of the hallway across from the Children’s Studio.
Painting/Drawing/Printmaking Studio (3rd Floor)
Take the elevator or stairs to the third floor. The Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Studio can be found on the north side of the hallway next to the restrooms.
Multi-Purpose Studio (2nd Floor, A)
Enter through the Ceramics door from the small parking lot on the Glenwood (west) side of the building, and go up the stairs. The Multi-Purpose Studio is at the top of the stairs.
Ceramics Studio (Ground Floor)
Go through the outside door from the small parking lot on the Glenwood (west) side of the building to enter the Ceramics Studio. The doorway to the studio is on your right.