2021 Virtual Summer Camp Scholarship Application

This event is no longer on sale.

Monday June 14

9:00 AM  –  12:00 PM

A limited number of need-based summer camp scholarships are available. Apply for scholarships by selecting the number of children for whom you would like to apply, then fill out the required information. You will be informed of your application status within two weeks of submission.

In the event your requested camp session is sold out, you will be added to the scholarship waiting list. If spots open up, you will be emailed the week before the start of camp letting you know your child may attend on a scholarship.

You may request scholarships for the following camps:

Artful Discoveries and Adventures 

June 21 - 25: ages 7 – 9 

This session features a mix of new projects that introduce campers to a variety of creative techniques- including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and drawing. Campers become Museum insider’s by virtually exploring GRAM galleries and creating hands-on art projects with a GRAM camp kit each day 


Creating Authentic Connections 

July 5 – July 9: ages 4 – 6 

Observe the world around, create, and connect!  From paintings and sculptures to prints and more, campers will get inspired to create works of art through GRAM camp kits. Campers will engage with camp instructors and navigate art of the masters during live gallery tours and art-making demonstrationsCollaborate, engage, and be inspired in this week of virtual artistic adventure.  


Exploring the Third Dimension  

July 19 – 23: ages 10 – 12 

Explore other cultures and dimensions by observing and recreating art from around the word. Discover new dimension and creative perspectives through three-dimensional artworks. Campers will virtually collaborate with instructors using GRAM camp kits to explore self-expression through traditional and experimental art-making materials. 


Art and Careers 

July 26 – 30: ages 13 – 15 

Is your camper curious about art career offerings, but doesn’t know where to begin? Break away from traditional fine artwork and explore a variety of art careers made for the modern world. This week-long session will virtually explore new art-making techniques with GRAM camp instructors and camp kits. Campers will develop a personal style through fashion design, textile printing, photography, and more.  


For additional questions, please contact Kimberly Mills, Studio Experience Manager at 616.831.2927 or gramstudio@artmuseumgr.org