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[Virtual] Spring Art Camps

[Virtual] Spring Art Camps

Ages 4 – 6 | 10 AM – 12 PM (ET)
Ages 7 – 12 | 1 – 3 PM (ET)

Enroll your young artist in Virtual Spring Art Camps with The Bass! This program features live, daily video instruction with museum educators for interactive learning, with simple step-by-step directions and packaged art materials for each lesson plan. Campers will enjoy fun, memorable and unique hands-on art experiences, while virtually socializing with their peers and discovering different artists, artistic mediums, techniques and more.

Each day, our trained teachers guide 2-hour tutorials featuring painting, drawing and 3D design projects that explore the weekly theme with two art-filled, virtual camps: Little Ones Art Camp (ages 4-6) and Kids Art Camp (ages 7-12). At the end of each session, family and friends are invited to attend the virtual student exhibition. Each session features a carefully crafted art package containing all needed materials for that week’s virtual camp. Art materials can be picked up from the museum, shipped or sent via Uber Connect!*



$200 per week
Museum members (Dual/Family & above): $160 per week
Members save on camp registration and more! Not a member? Join today.


  • Daily activities and lesson plans
  • Art supplies selected and clearly marked for each day’s project
  • A unique ZOOM Classroom meeting number and password with detailed log-in instructions
  • A branded Bass Museum of Art sketchbook (while supplies last)


  • Internet access
  • An internet-connected device with audio and video capabilities, such as a computer, iPad or tablet

General registration closes on March 22, or when classes fill. Space is limited and classes fill quickly.

Registration includes access to weekly Zoom classes and packaged art materials. To receive your materials:

  • Pick-up in person from the museum*
  • Have them shipped for an additional fee, per student**
  • Request contactless courier service for local orders***


Education Outreach and Special Programs Manager, The Bass
Instructor | Ages 4-6

Koren Illa is a Miami based visual and performing arts education advocate, choreographer, director and instructor. She began teaching to bring others all of the joy, experiences, and opportunities the arts provided her. Ms. Illa has worked with both Miami-Dade and Broward County schools helping promote arts education through educational programming and partnerships, and has been with the museum since October 2018.

Education Program Manager, The Bass
Instructor | Ages 7-12

Lisa Quinn has had a lifelong passion for art education and has acquired over 14 years of experience in museum education practices and studio art education in New York City and Miami. Ms. Quinn is committed to exposing the benefits of visual arts to all ages, and has been with the museum since March 2016.

Upcoming Events

Monday, March 29
Abstract Landscape Painting

Explore the visual arts while gaining experience in experimental painting techniques and expressive abstraction.

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Tuesday, March 30
Surreal Collage

Create fresh meanings and narratives by arranging imagery according to your own personal experiences.

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Wednesday, March 31
Art That Moves

Campers will make their own technical drawings, sculpt, paint and decorate their mobile artwork.

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Thursday, April 1
Futuristic Pop Up Sculptures

Learn how to use paper through a variety of projects, from pop-up atmospheres to the ancient art of paper folding.

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Friday, April 2
Making Mandalas

Explore the great outdoors, while gathering material to make art with. Find art in nature, and nature in art!

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Monday, March 29
Animals in Art

Explore the creatures that roam the earth. Make your own animal and environment using mixed media.

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Tuesday, March 30
World of Color

Discover the science and meaning behind color while mixing, tinting and experiencing different mediums of art through color.

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Wednesday, March 31

Using the provided materials, create a 3D work of art and watch your imagination come to life.

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Thursday, April 1
Painting and Collage

Use your wildest imagination as a source of inspiration, create an out-of-this-world multimedia painting.

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Friday, April 2
Art and Nature

Explore the great outdoors, while gathering material to make art with. Find art in nature, and nature in art!

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*Materials can be picked-up from the museum, Monday through Friday, 12-4 PM starting March 8, 2021, at the Creativity Center entrance located at 2121 Park Avenue.

**We use USPS Priority 2-Day Flat-Rate Large Box Shipping. Orders for shipping are only available to the contiguous 48 states.

***Local orders may be eligible for contactless courier service through Uber Connect, subject to additional fees. Price varies based on distance from the museum and cannot be arranged online. If looking for courier service, select ‘in-person’ as the delivery option and call Lisa Quinn at 786.477.6003 or email [email protected] to arrange.



Refunds may be issued prior to the first class session and are subject to a $25 processing fee. After the first class session, the maximum refund available is 50% of the full cost of the course. Refunds are not available after the first three class sessions. Fees will not be returned for failure to attend without notice.

Please note that we are unable to prorate classes; the entire course must be purchased at the time of registration.

Exchanges within the same semester may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Please call 786-477-6003 or email [email protected] to talk through your individual situation so we can try to find a class that works for you.