Children's and Family Programs
Throughout time and across cultures, human beings have taken elements from the earth and created works of art. Many of these materials and techniques are still used by artists today. Programs for children and families at the Carlos Museum provide opportunities for children to learn from artists of the ancient world in the galleries and from some of Atlanta’s best practicing artists in the studio.
Support for educational programs at the Michael C. Carlos Museum comes from the David R. Clare & Margaret C. Clare Foundation, an anonymous donor, the Marguerite Colville Ingram Fund, the Christian and Frances Humann Foundation, and the Waffle House Foundation.
Registration for Spring Break Art Camp and this summer’s Camp Carlos is now open to Carlos Museum members! Registration for nonmembers will open on February 5, 2019. To begin the registration process, please fill out the Camp Carlos 2019 Registration Form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp sessions are $205 per week for Carlos members; $245 per week for nonmembers. Teen camp is a two-week session and is $410 for Carlos members; $490 for nonmembers. Camp Carlos offers a 10% discount to families registering siblings.
Aftercare is available Monday through Friday from 3:00 — 5:00 PM for an additional $60 per week. Aftercare is not available for teen campers.
Support for educational programs for children and families at the Carlos Museum comes from the David R. Clare and Margaret C. Clare Foundation and the Marguerite Colville Ingram Fund.
The Artful Stories program is made possible through the generous support of PNC Bank and the David R. Clare and Margaret C. Clare Foundation.
Fourth Sunday Funday is a free drop-in event for all families. No registration is required.
The guides are available at no charge at the Reception Desk on Level One.