Multi-Day Weekly A/B Camps thru September!

School is back in session! We have weekly A/B Camp Schedules through September to meet everyone's needs! Also see our Class Schedule for once a week classes!

Book your spot soon!

Returning families can go directly to the Parent Portal to enroll.


Returning families may go directly to our Fort Mill Parent Portal to enroll.



New families:  Scroll down to select the week of camp and click the Enroll link on the left, and you will be prompted to create a Customer Account.  You will then be able to enroll your child(ren) into your camps of choice with a $100 non-refundable deposit / per child / per week!



If the Enroll link is unavailable, the camp is full; contact us to be added to a waiting list!


A non-refundable deposit of $100 / child, per week of camp, is due at the time of enrollment in order to reserve your spot(s).


If your schedule is not firmed up yet, enroll in the weeks you think will work, and there is wiggle room to accommodate changes if they are made in writing at least seven days prior to the start of camp, space permitting (see CHANGES / CANCELLATIONS).


The full balance (less your deposit) is due no later than the first day of camp. We will send you an email reminder the week before camp.


If you’ve already paid for the session and need to cancel, your payment (less the non-refundable deposit) will be refunded if we are notified in writing via email seven days prior to the start of camp (


There are no refunds for last minute cancellations; however, we’re happy to consider any special circumstances and offer a studio credit at our discretion.


Change requests must be submitted at least seven days prior to the start of camp. We’ll do our best to accommodate your request, space permitting.

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Starting in September we offer multi-day weekly camps for A/B Schedules!  View schedule + enroll below.

Our Mixed Age camps are a great fit for most and enable siblings in different age groups to be in the same camp and have fun creating together!  If we have two distinctly older and younger groups of kids in a camp session, they are segregated by age (if they choose).  Everyone may be working with the same medium (such as watercolor) but we may modify the project to be age appropriate.