Gold Coast Arts summer camp goes virtual


Gold Coast Arts, a not-for-profit multi-arts organization dedicated to promoting the arts through education, exhibition, performance, and outreach, invites you to experience the fun & excitement of camp from home!

Gold Coast Arts SummerArts 2020 virtual camp is the perfect way for your children to spend their summer safely at home while having fun creating masterpieces through our exciting live and interactive arts classes, and learning new skills in computer-aided design and technology! We are offering the highest quality remote learning experience with our amazing teachers and staff.

Our online camps offer a balanced schedule with structured, weeklong sessions for kids and teens ages 6 – 16. Each camp session will boost personalized learning and bonding with new friends as we are limiting camp to only 10 students per instructor. Through the power of Zoom, we bring you the magic of camp with the hottest offerings such as Cartooning, Drawing & Painting, Theatre, Ceramics, Robotics, and so much more!

Building on the success over the last several months converting our classes using Zoom, we are confident about our innovative online curriculum. This summer, with diverse classes such as Animation Coding, Cultural Art From Around The World, and our brand new Filmmaking and Acting classes, you will learn new skills or improve on the ones you already have, and you will learn them from experts in the field!

For one-on-one learning, try our online private lessons with the ultimate scheduling flexibility, and exciting lessons tailored to your child’s personal interest and skill level. To select the option best suited for your child, please visit us at for more information.

“Over the last 25 years, we have built up a reputation as a premier venue for education and entertainment in the arts. I am so proud of our talented faculty and staff because this summer we are living up to our own high standards. I urge parents to feel confident that their children will have a great summer with us online.” Regina Gil, Executive Director of Gold Coast Arts.


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