top of page

In addition to filling up the registration form please:





4) Make Zelle or Venmo Payment **With Venmo there is a + 1.9% +$ 0.10 Venmo business transaction fee 

Summer 2023

What can be better than making art and playing with friends under a tree next to sprinkles this Summer?

New York has a reputation of being a concrete jungle, but thousands of animal species can be found in our parks. Contemporary artists, curators, galleries, and museums are investing in thinking about ecosystems and climate change as a prolific field of investigation and practice. At our program children investigate, ask questions, to form and test theories about urban wildlife and the plant and animal kingdom. We will collaborate and explore ideas with a cross-disciplinary and multi-media methodology that includes painting, biology, gardening, collage, installation, performance, sculpture, with natural and recycled materials.


Ages: 4-7 & 8-10 years old

Time: 9:00am -3:00 pm

Price: $ 525 a week

  • 10% sibling discount  

  • 10% if you invite or refer a friend

  • Please pack a nut-free snack & lunch


Location : Transmitter park and 53 India St, which has a backyard.


This will be the general break down for the day:


9:00- 9:15 Drop of at Transmitter park

9:15-9:30 opening circle, ice breakers 

9:30-10:45 ecology observation & art making

10:45-11:15 snack, bathroom break

11:15-12:00 free play and games at the park

12:00-12:10 walk to 53 India St.

12:10-1:00 lunch, bathroom, free play

1:00-1:30 rest time, ecology book reading 

1:30-2:30 free choice; more art making, movement exploration, free play at the backyard

2:30-2:50 closing circle, sharing of art projects and observation with each other

2:50-3:00 pick up from 53 India St.

  • We use the weather channel and can monitor the weather every 15 min, in case of rain, we will readjust the outdoor activities for 53 India St and will try to go to the park when it’s sunny again.

IMG_8030 2.jpg
IMG_7757 3.jpg
We are sold out !
Thanks for your interest.
Please follow our adventures online. We hope you can join our camp next year! 
bottom of page