The Best of: The Art of Bees and Seaweed

Join us for a fun filled day of The Best of activities and projects from our summer camps!

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. Participants will look at plants and bugs as inspiration to create art. One of the projects we will work on today is mini under the sea worlds!

Children will create their own artwork. Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer.

Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing (including a bathing suit + towel for the spray park, weather permitting)

*Important Note: MAG Day Camps are peanut/nut free. Please ensure the snacks & lunch provided for your child do not contain peanuts or nuts. Additionally, please pack lunches that do not require refrigeration or heating.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

The Best of: Sea Creatures and Bee Sculptures

Join us for a fun filled day of The Best of activities and projects from our summer camps!

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. Participants will look at sea life and bees as inspiration to create art. One of the projects we will work on today is mini fimo creatures!

Children will create their own artwork. Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer.

Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing (including a bathing suit + towel for the spray park, weather permitting)

*Important Note: MAG Day Camps are peanut/nut free. Please ensure the snacks & lunch provided for your child do not contain peanuts or nuts. Additionally, please pack lunches that do not require refrigeration or heating.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

Register Now: August 17 Day Camp

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

The Best of: Water Worlds & Garden Watercolours

Join us for a fun filled day of The Best of activities and projects from our summer camps!

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. Participants will look at sea life and bees as inspiration to create art. One of the projects we will work on today is shaving cream prints.

Children will create their own artwork. Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer.

Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing (including a bathing suit + towel for the spray park, weather permitting)

*Important Note: MAG Day Camps are peanut/nut free. Please ensure the snacks & lunch provided for your child do not contain peanuts or nuts. Additionally, please pack lunches that do not require refrigeration or heating.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

Register Now: August 16 Day Camp

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Be inspired by art and our waterways. Explore underwater worlds with watercolours and create sculptures of underwater life. Play outdoor games and at Red Deer’s water park. Examine how important water is in our world.

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. This week participants will look at water and water ecology as inspiration to create art.

Activities this week include..

(ages 6-9) For one of our projects this week we will be collecting natural materials and reusing them in a mini installation work that mirrors the Tracing Tides exhibition by Lyndal Osborne.

(ages 10-13) We shall capture the ebb and flow of ocean currents with an acrylic paint pour. This week also includes a deserted island escape simulation!

Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer. Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Be inspired by art and biological creatures. Explore micro life on land and sea. Play outdoor games and investigate Red Deer’s creatures big and small.

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. This week participants will look at sea life and bees as inspiration to create art.

Activities this week include..

(ages 6-9) Create and design sea creatures that live in the deep blue sea! 

(ages 10-13) For one of our projects this week we will be making mini ammonite clay fossils, paying homage to our recently proposed provincial gemstone and prehistoric marine molluscs that once swam these lands.

Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer. Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Be inspired by art and our environment. Observe gardens and underwater plants through painting and printmaking projects. Playing and collecting nature in Red Deer’s surrounding parks will also be explored.

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. This week participants will look at plants and bugs as inspiration to create art.

Activities this week include..

(ages 6-9) This week will be making topographical sculptures of coral and seaweed along the ocean floors.

(ages 10-13) We shall examine paleobotany, and how to create our own plant fossils, as well as explore the art of Pointillism!

Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer. Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Be inspired by art and biological creatures. Explore small creatures on land and sea. Play outdoor games and investigate Red Deer’s creatures big and small.

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. This week participants will look at sea life and bees as inspiration to create art.

Activities this week include..

(ages 6-9) We will be examining how shaving cream can create unique effects. We will be stepping into the art genre of Cubism to see how the world appears in the eyes of a bee.

(ages 10-13) For one of our projects this week we will be making some low relief fish sculptures that play with proportion and scale.

Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer. Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Be inspired by art and our waterways. Explore underwater worlds with watercolours and create sculptures of underwater life. Play outdoor games and at Red Deer’s water park. Examine how important water is in our world.

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. This week participants will look at water and water ecology as inspiration to create art.

Activities this week include..

(ages 6-9) This week for one of our projects will be creating an abstracted painting that looks at the many rich textures and colours of the oceans.

(ages 10-13) Inspired by the work Lyndal Osborne, we will explore and create 3D sculptures of a coral reef. As a bonus activity, we will indulge in the art of chainmail weaving.

Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer. Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

Be inspired by art and our environment. Observe gardens and underwater plants through painting and printmaking projects. Playing and collecting nature in Red Deer’s surrounding parks will also be explored.

Our current exhibits focus on art and biology. This week participants will look at plants and bugs as inspiration to create art.

Activities this week include..

(ages 6-9) For one of our projects this week we will be utilizing UV light project and fluorescent paints to paint flowers that show the ways bees see flowers.

(ages 10-13) We will “bee” building marionettes inspired by insects that impact our world. Other projects include using the same materials in different mediums to create various effects.

Supervised outdoor time is also included, as well as time to explore our galleries and Remarkable Red Deer. Please provide your own lunch & snacks, and bring appropriate outdoor clothing.

Limited spaces available. Full payment in the program is due at the time of registration.

Summer Camp Information (PDF)

IN PERSON/VIA PHONE

Download the annual registration form. Complete and e-mail (with digital signature) to [email protected]; or print off and bring to the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) a minimum of 3 business days prior to the program date. To check the renewal date of your child’s annual registration form, please contact our Front Desk at 587.797.4040.

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