Interdisciplinary in nature, the programs are a rich resource to explore local and national art and culture from the eighteenth century to the present.
Join the Gibbes Museum of Art each summer and winter break for creative fun and exploration. Work with practicing artists and museum teachers and create your own fantastic artwork! Sessions will be held at the Gibbes, where campers can explore the special exhibitions, as well as the Museum’s permanent collection.
We offer a range of camp sessions every year that satisfy a variety of interests and age groups. Classes for our youngest students include hands-on activities and games in the classrooms as well as tours of the galleries. For our older students, classes i incorporate sketching in the galleries, behind-the-scenes access to Collection storage, and hands-on studio work. For more information check our event listings.
We offer after-school and weekend classes for multiple ages and include hands-on instruction in a variety of media, as well as family programming like Story Time with the Charleston County Public Library. For current classes and programs, please check out the Gibbes Calendar.VIEW CALENDAR
For questions or to register over the phone, contact Chase Quinn via email or call 843.722.2706 x241.The Gibbes Museum of Art exercises great care when selecting instructors. Students take courses at their own risk. Neither the Gibbes Museum of Art nor any of its instructors are liable for any injury sustained. The Gibbes is not responsible for any personal property left on site.