Kids Art Summer Camp // Grades K – 3

We once again look forward to the return of Rochester Art Center’s longest running and most robust education program for young children, KASC. This program provides children the opportunity to experience creativity, innovation, and the joy of art making and collaboration in a welcoming studio environment.  Local artist and luminary Judy Onofrio established summer art camps in 1971 as an immersive contemporary art experience for students grades K – 3. The program continues to be a unique and memorable opportunity for young artists to explore transformative educational possibilities in a variety of artistic mediums. This is a terrific opportunity for all young people to engage with contemporary art—as shared and taught by the regions most talented professional artists!


2019 Dates

KASC Session 1
Grades K – 1
Monday, July 29 – Friday, August 2, 2019Half Day
KASC Session 2
Grades 2 – 3
Monday, July 29 – Friday, August 2, 2019Half Day

Tuition rates and applications will be available soon!

Click HERE for information regarding Summer Camp for grades 4-12

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D.C. Mangum, Jr. Scholarship Program Information

The purpose of the Rochester Art Center’s D.C. Mangum Jr. Scholarship Program is to provide support to youth with financial need who desire to participate in the Art Center’s Total Arts Day Camp program. The Scholarship Program encourages access, inclusion, and diversity in our summer camp.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need, as funds are available and at the Rochester Art Center’s discretion. Scholarships are allocated on a first come, first served basis to those applicants meeting the eligibility guidelines. Applicants will need to reapply annually for the scholarship.

The scholarship program is made possible by generous contributions to the D.C. Mangum Fund, honoring the extraordinary life and legacy of community leader and former RAC Board member, D.C. Mangum Jr. D.C. Mangum was an outstanding pillar of compassion, leadership, and kindness in our community. The Art Center was privileged to have him share all his strengths and gifts with us as a Board Member from 2010-2015.

Email info@rochesterartcenter.org with questions regarding the application process.

To GIVE to the D.C. Mangum Jr. Scholarship Fund and sponsor a child’s tuition, please donate here.