Kimball Art Center is committed to the health, safety, and creativity of our students and employees. In an effort to protect our community and prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are implementing a number of new safety procedures for all summer art camps and classes. They include:
- Requiring students, teachers, and staff to wear a mask while inside Kimball Art Center
- Limiting class sizes to ensure social distancing
- Temperature and symptom checks upon arrival
- Assigning supplies and materials to each student to avoid sharing and cross-contamination
- Thorough cleaning all shared surfaces
- Staggering arrival and departure times for students
- Requiring frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer
These extra precautions are based on recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, the Summit County Health Department, and Kimball Art Center’s commitment to social responsibility. While these safety measures are both necessary and considerate, they are also an additional financial burden for our small nonprofit organization. To help offset some of the cost and lost revenue, Kimball Art Center has added a $25 safety fee to each class. This fee will help us cover the additional staff, time, and supplies required to ensure we are protecting our community.
Day camps are available for tots, kids and teens Monday – Friday.
At Kimball Art Center, educational classes and camps are taught by professional, practicing artists with teaching experience and a personal investment in art education and awareness.
All curriculum is carefully considered and vetted to inspire, educate, and foster an appreciation for art in all its forms. We believe arts education is vital to personal development, self-expression, and academic success.
Morning and afternoon camps can be combined for an all-day creative experience. Kimball Art Center staff will supervise students between sessions. Please note, lunch and snacks are not provided. Parents are invited to attend a weekly art show on the last day of each camp.