SUMMER ART CAMPS
George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (GRFA) summer art camps are designed to inspire students to create and develop their own unique artistic style while exposing them to a wide variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. Each class explores age-appropriate elements of art and focuses on building a strong foundation in creative design. In many classes, children study the work of contemporary artists as a springboard for projects and integrate core subject areas into the visual arts.
Registration is taken on a first-come, first-served basis and payment is required to reserve a space. Cancellations must be received three days prior to the first day of the camp in order to qualify for a refund. Please note that space is limited; we encourage you to book early.
THE NEW SCHEDULE AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED IN SPRING 2014!
Video From Our 2012 Camps
"GRFA has both given me a way to make my current dreams come true by helping me pay for college, but it has also showed me that beauty and pride in your state can come from so many different things, and perspectives people have are so widely varied. Even though everyone sees Louisiana in a different light, we also get to see that there's a fundamental love that people of this land share through art they create to express their thoughts." - Alexandra Olivier