Workshops and Camps
Josephine Sculpture Park offers a variety of workshops for youth and adults throughout the year designed and taught by professional artists and environmental educators. Workshops provide an in-depth experience into a specific artistic skill. Examples of past workshops include botanical lettering & watercolor with Laura Poulette, stone carving with Karen Terhune, cob sculpture building with Tara (Remi) Remington, and nature photography with Lucy Azubuike. Most workshops require a course fee (scholarships available).
Click the button below for a current list of upcoming workshops, camps, and other events. New opportunities for this season will be posted in the calendar as they are confirmed.
Art in Nature Camp
Cost: $100 per person; pre-registration required; Yes Cards accepted
When: 6 Consecutive Saturdays (1.5 hours/day), Camp Sessions Offered Once Per Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, & Winter
Who: Ages 6-10 & Ages 11-16 (age group camp sessions occur separately)
What: Explore nature, create art, and have fun with new friends during this completely outdoors camp at JSP! Professional teaching artists and environmental educators facilitate direct learning experiences that involve nature-based artmaking and conducting a conservation project at the park. Per camper request, we end the day with free play and park exploration!
School Break Camps
Based on staff and artist availability, we offer spring, fall, and summer school break camps for youth. Click the button below for a current list of upcoming workshops, camps, and other events. New opportunities for this season will be posted in the calendar as they are confirmed.