The 11th Annual Young Artist Summer Camp is cancelled for 2020 due to COVID-19. Please check out our offerings below and we will be back next year!
Online Art Instruction
Since summer art camps at The Hive have been cancelled for 2020 we would like to provide these links to other options – a couple of our teachers will be offering their own online art instruction this summer. If you are interested please contact them for further information.
Weekly Camps for ages 6-17
The Hive by the Bee Cave Arts Foundation becomes a classroom and art studio for young artists to focus on creative and fun ways to explore the world of art. The emphasis will be on experimentation, creative thinking, and problem-solving skills. Students will think, plan, play, create, reflect and share their creations at an art exhibition on Fridays. We look forward to helping the artist in your child blossom and grow.
Click on the picture below to view and download the full brochure:
Half Day Camps:
9am-12noon or 1pm-4pm
$195 (all art supplies provided)
If you would like your camper to stay for the full day you can sign up for 2 half day camps – one in the morning and another for the afternoon. Students should bring their own snack and water bottle. Full day students should also bring a lunch. Students should wear clothes that are appropriate for making art which is often messy.
Two Ways to Register:
Online with link to Eventbrite (fee charged)
Walk in at The Hive – Open Wed – Sat, 1-6 pm
Located in the Hill Country Galleria across the street from Barnes and Noble
Fee for withdrawing a registered student from a class is $25.
Written notice of withdrawal must be received no later than one week prior to first day of class. No refunds will be made for withdrawal after the specified deadline.
Meet the Director – Deby Childress
Artist/Art Educator Deby Childress is a retired art teacher formerly at Bee Cave Elementary with over 30 years of experience teaching art. She holds a Masters of Art in Art Education and BFA in Studio Art from UT Austin. Deby loves to inspire and encourage young artists and is very excited about this summer opportunity to work with local youth in a new creative space.