Summer Art Camp | Harwood Art Center

Summer 2018 registration will open in the spring. 

Summer Art Camp

REGISTRATION

Registraion for Summer 2018 will open in early spring!

PARENT MANUAL

Parents of registered campers will be sent a camp manual in an email a couple weeks before the start of camp. The email will also include a confirmation of registration and with session dates and times (please check this carefully to ensure it matches your records). The Parent Manual include class descriptions, teacher and guide biographies, camp guidelines and pertinent information regarding your child’s camp experience. We recommend all parents read this manual thoroughly. 

Harwood Art Center is a nut-free campus

REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $100 per session is required upon registration. If you choose to pay the full tuition at the time of registration and later withdraw, you will receive a refund less the $100-per-session deposit. To receive a refund, withdrawals must be made at least two weeks prior to the start of your child’s session. There will be no reduction of fees due to absence, illness, withdrawals or suspension.

Please Note: Full payment of camp fees must be made no later than two weeks prior to the start of your child's session. If full payment is not received by this date, your child will be automatically dis-enrolled and your deposit will be forfeited.

LUNCH

Students are required to bring their own sack lunch and snack (one for morning and one for afternoon) with them to camp. We are a nut free campus, so please don't send nuts, nut butters or any snacks with nuts in them. In the past we have been able to offer sack lunches for purchase through the Harwood Cafe. The cafe is currently in transition and we aren't sure yet it this will be an option. Once we know, we will post more information here and send out an email to all registered families.

CAMPUS TOURS

If you would like to tour the campus, please email GuruAmrit Khalsa, Director of Operations.

THE FINE PRINT

A non-refundable deposit of $100 per session is required upon registration. If you choose to pay the full tuition at the time of registration and later withdraw, you will receive a refund less the $100-per-session deposit. If you have applied for financial support and for some reason we are unable to make your request, we will refund your deposit. 

Full payment of camp fees must be made no later than two weeks prior to the start of your child’s session. If full payment is not received by this date, your child will be automatically dis-enrolled and your deposit will be forfeited.

Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis and accepted based on availability of space in each session. Campers will be accepted for entire sessions only.

All registration and billing handled by Harwood’s Programs & Operations Coordinator, Staci Drangmeister. Placement in a session is not guaranteed until confirmed through email or phone.

Harwood reserves the right to suspend a child from camp if necessary. There will be no reduction of fees due to absence, illness, withdrawals or suspension.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Harwood Art Center is committed to ensuring that every child who has a desire to attend Summer Art Camp is able to do so without financial barriers. We are proud to be able to offer scholarships to campers that demonstrate need though the generosity of Marble BreweryA Good Sign and private donations.

The deadline to apply for Summer Art Camp 2018 financial support is May 1, 2018. Check back soon for more details.

To apply for financial support:

  • Register your child for Summer Art Camp,
  • Pay a $100 deposit per session (this deposit is refundable if for some reason we are unable to provide support),
  • Submit a signed one page written request explaining why and how much financial support is needed,
  • Mail or email signed letter to Dani Belvin, Programs & Education Coordinator

                 Dani Belvin, Programs & Education Coordinator
                 Harwood Art Center
                 1114 7th St. NW
                 Albuquerque, NM 87102

HARWOOD STORIES

John Garrett
John Garrett

artist

I seem to have known about Harwood Art Center since I moved to Albuquerque in 1996. I have always enjoyed seeing the exhibits there and visiting the studios when they are open to the public. I have taken a couple of classes there, and this last year I have taught a class there myself. This last spring I also had an exhibit of my wire sculptures and wall works at Harwood. I am pleased to contribute work which supports the work of the [Harwood] Art Center.

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