Explore class descriptions and register by age group using the buttons to the right.
2. Complete Health Form & Photo Release [download]
Must be completed and submitted prior to class start.
3. Review Camp Information & Policies
Morning sessions: 9 a.m. to Noon
Lunch break: Noon to 1 p.m.
Afternoon sessions: 1 - 4 p.m.
Out of respect for the adult art classes already in session, please drop off and pick up children no more
than 5 minutes before or after camp. We do not have the facilities nor staff to provide supervision.
Campers must be picked up promptly at the end of class. Late fees are charged at 15 minutes or more
Ages 5 - 6: Group A
May register for one or two half-day classes per day, for one or up to five days a week, in one or multiple weekly sessions: June 19-23 | July 17-21 | August 14-18.
Ages 7 - 9: Group B
Ages 10 - 12: Group C
Ages 13 - 15: Group D
May register for one or two half-day classes per week in one or multiple weekly sessions
through the summer.
All Summer Arts Camp projects are carefully developed to be age appropriate according to the Lowenfeld stages of artistic development. In order to ensure a positive and successful camp experience for everyone, there are no exceptions on placement. The age groups as defined are firm. Children must have reached the minimum age by the date of the first class. Documentation of age may be required.
Registration payment may be made online or by phone using Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
If you'd like to pay in cash or by check, you may register by mail or in person at the Art Center.
Register online using the age group buttons in the upper right column above.
Register by phone: 952.473.7361, x. 16
Register by mail: 2240 North Shore Drive, Wayzata, MN 55391
Pricing and scholarships
Prices are provided with class descriptions. You’ll notice that the prices for Art Center members are
less than non-member prices. Having a current membership, or purchasing a $55 household
membership at the time of registration, qualifies for the member discount, which is valid for all class
registrations in 12 months from date of purchase.
All tuition fees must be paid in full when you register. Class space will not be reserved without full payment.
Scholarships based on financial need are available for campers. Funds are limited, so please apply at
least 14 days prior to the class start date. Ask the Registrar for information, 952.473.7361, x. 16, or
download an application form. Registrations are taken on a first-come,
basis. Register early
for the greatest selection.
There will be a $5 administrative fee charged for each change, transfer or cancellation.
Campers who withdraw 29 or more days prior to the class start date
will receive a 100 percent refund, minus the administrative fee per class.
Campers who withdraw 15 to 28
days prior to the class start date will receive a 50 percent refund, minus the administrative fee per class.
No refunds will be issued 0 to 14 days prior to the class start date.
Campers may transfer from one class to another up to 14 days prior to the class start date with
a $5 administrative fee per class. In the case of illness (physician’s note required), campers may
transfer classes until the first day of class, subject to availability, with a $5 administrative fee per class.
No refunds will be issued after the start of the class due to illness.
In the event the Art Center must cancel a session due to insufficient enrollment, a full refund will be
issued. If a session is cancelled, the Art Center will notify parents five business days before the class
is scheduled to start.
The Art Center reserves the right to cancel classes that do not meet the enrollment minimum of six or
Lunch and snack breaks
All classes take a 15-minute supervised snack break halfway through class. Campers participating in
full-day classes take a one-hour, supervised lunch break. You may pack a bag lunch and snack for your
child or purchase healthy, nutritious lunches and snacks from the Art Center Café.
Food allergies: Please notify us at least three weeks in advance if your child has special dietary issues
that may affect or require the cooperation of the other campers.
The Minnetonka Center for the Arts will do its best to accommodate children with allergies. As a public
venue, we cannot guarantee a peanut-free facility, yet steps to control the camp program environment will
be taken as needed.
Summer Arts Camp classes use high-quality arts materials for all projects. As some pigments and
materials may stain, please dress your children in appropriate clothing. The Art Center is not responsible
for clothing that is damaged in art classes. Children will play games outdoors during snack and lunch
breaks, weather permitting. Please dress your children in appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor
play (closed-toe athletic shoes are best). Students of welding classes must wear long sleeves and pants
in natural fibers and closed-toe shoes.
Art Project Pickup
Campers are so proud of their completed artwork! Yet some ceramics projects need firing and can’t be
taken home until later. Instructors will provide specific pickup information. Please pick up children’s
projects on time, typically three weeks after class end. We strongly recommend that you bring your child
with you to help identify their project. All unclaimed items will be recycled after September 18.
Summer Arts Camp classes are taught by working artists. Many have master's degrees, all have quality teaching experience. Please find bios in the Summer Arts Camp catalog (page5).
Late Pickup Fees
Caregivers should drop off and pick up their children at the main entrance to the Art Center. Please do not
drop your child off more than 5 minutes before class time.
At the end of class, please pick up your child promptly. A $10 per 15-minute late fee per child will be
charged to parents when campers are not picked up on time after their Summer Arts Camp activities.
Late fees are due at pickup. Cash, check or credit card is accepted.
15 minutes late = $10
15 - 30 minutes late = $20
30 - 45 minutes late = $30
45 - 60 minutes late = $40