Fine Art Camps: Theater, Art, & Music

Summer is a great time to encourage kids to explore their creative side with art, drama, and music!

Featured Camps: Community School of the Arts

Our partners at Community School of the Arts at Indiana State University have released an EPIC line up of summer camps!

They say this: Our camps are fun, week-long immersions into a various theme, which will include art, music, theater, games and more. Camps are a full-day so that students can enjoy different activities throughout the day and from week to week. All materials are provided unless otherwise specified. You can register campers for one week or all of them!

Parents tell us that their kids love that most of these camps include swimming, and parents love the variety of themes!

Unless otherwise indicated, camps are for ages 5-12 and are from 8:00 am-4:30 pm.


CSA Camp Schedule 2022

  • Week 1: May 31-June 3 (No camp on Monday, May 30th). Nature Unleashed.
  • Week 2: June 6-10. Discover Your Talents!
  • Week 3: June 13-17. Around the World in 5 Days
  • Week 4: June 20-24. Earth, Wind, and Fire.
  • Week 4: June 21-July 11 (No camp on Monday, June 20 or July 4th). “Villains, the Evilest of the All!” Theatre Performance Camp (Ages 7-17). 9:00 am-noon. Please note that this is a 3 week camp!
  • Week 4: June 22-25. WOW! Workshop on Woodwinds (Entering Grades 9-12). 8:45 am – 6:00 pm. Please note that this is a 4 DAY camp!
  • Week 5: June 27- July 3. Wildly Creative
  • Week 6: July 5-8 (No camp on Monday, July 4th). Imagine Your World!
  • Week 7: July 11-15. Camp Rewind.
  • Week 9: July 17-23. Rock Camp! 5th grade-8th grade. Grades 8-12 from 8:00 am-10pm.

Additional Fine Art Camps: Theater, Art, and Music

Summer classes with Kindermusik at KinderCenter. Registration now open for infants up to age 8!

Makers Studio at 12 Points. Themes include: abstract art, messy makers, summer in color, and magical worlds! Tickets on sale through July 1st.

Swope Summer Art Studio. Single-week sessions are $70 for museum members and $90 for non-members. Themes include comic book art (ages 4-14)). abstract art (ages 10-18), sew a plushie (ages 7-14), photo adventures in Hawthorne Park (ages 4-6), master studies (ages 11-18), mad scientists in art (ages 7-10), DnD art (ages 11-14). wearable art (for ages 11-14), mysteries at the museum (ages 10-12), dress to mess at Hawthorne Park (for ages 4-6), costume creations (ages 9-18), photography (ages 7-10). oil painting (for ages 9-12), sewing (ages 11-18), sculptures (ages 4-6), art of theater (ages 7-18), printmaking (ages 8-18), wacky wearables (ages 4-6), mandalas (ages 7-10), drawing (ages 8-18), and quilling and paper shaping (ages 9-12).

Summer Theatre Camps from River City Players at Community Theatre of Terre Haute. Three camp opportunities for ages 7-9, 10-12, and teenagers. All camps culminate in a showcase performance. Registration deadline is July 1, but camps are expected to fill. For more information call Sherrie Herner-Ellinger at 812-249-7275 or email

Art and craft classes at Joann Fabrics. Learn to use your Cricut, thread wind a sewing machine bobbin, and more!

Fine Art Summer Camps in Terre Haute and the Wabash Valley

We’re constantly adding new information to our guides. The following opportunities are on our radar, and we’ll update this page when we have more information!

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As always, typos happen and event details change. Please confirm with original sources before solidifying your summer plans. Haute Happenings can’t be held responsible for printed errors or program changes, but we will celebrate with you if our info helped your family to have an awesome summer! We also do not advise on public health matters. Please make choices to keep your family and our community healthy in the time of Covid-19. Stay safe, have fun, we’re glad you’re here. 

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