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Art Camp

Registration for our summer art camps begins on March 18th and closes one week before the start of each class.

Registration Form

Please fill out our Health & Safety form for each child under 18 participating in Art Camp. This form must be filled out prior to registering for individual classes. Enrollment cannot be processed without complete information and payment in full. The Museum of East Texas is not responsible for incorrect information submitted on registration forms.

The Museum of East Texas reserves the right to amend, add, and delete policies and regulations as necessary, as well as the right to change programs, dates, personnel, and fees noted in this schedule. Art Camp is NOT a licensed day care facility or childcare center.

JUNE 3-7

JUNE 10-14

JUNE 17-21

JUNE 24-28

JULY 8-12

JULY 15-19

JULY 22-26



Is there a registration deadline, and what is the cancellation policy?

Registration closes 1 week before each course. Out of town visitors will be addressed on an individual basis. To cancel, you must call the museum as soon as possible. No refunds are issued after registration, including for "no-shows," with the exception of classes canceled by the Museum of East Texas.

Are there any scholarships for Art Camp?

Please call the museum to inquire about scholarships. Students may be eligible to attend 2 classes at no cost thanks to our sponsors below.

How are age groups determined for art camp?

Students must meet the minimal age requirement for an age group by the day the class begins. Ex. If you are signed up for Mini Masters (ages 4-5) June 24-28, your child must be 4 or 5 by June 24. Age restrictions are strictly enforced and are not negotiable.

Does the Museum of East Texas provide before class or after class supervision?

Children may be dropped off no earlier than 15 minutes before their scheduled class time and must be picked up promptly after class. Children may NOT stay for lunch. Parents/guardians MUST walk their children in and out of the Museum.

What is supplied by Art Camp?

The Museum of East Texas supplies water, snacks, and all materials unless stated otherwise in the course description.

What should my child wear to art class?

Wear comfortable clothes that can get messy.

What are the behavior expectations?

Students are expected to listen, follow instructions, participate in class activities, respect others, respect property, and have fun! Parents needing to stay in the classroom with their children will be addressed as needed on an individual basis. 

Art Camp is possible thanks to our sponsors:

Brookshire Brothers Charitable Foundation

I.D. and Marguerite Fairchild Foundation

Simon and Louise Henderson Foundation

Hunter Family Charitable Foundation

Ernest L. Kurth, Jr. Foundation

The Source Foundation

National Endowment for the Arts

Texas Commission on the Arts

Junior League of Lufkin

Junior League of Lufkin Sustainers

Lufkin ISD

The Museum Guild

Museum of East Texas Members

For those interested in sponsoring a child for Art Camp, we invite you to consider sponsoring a tree at our Festival of Trees this fall!

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