Session Descriptions

SESSION 1: JULY 2-14 (2 WEEKS)

Paper, Fabrics & Glass: Ages 6-10 Paper paper3.jpgmache sculptures, papercutting, quilling, weaving, collage, silk painting, and mosaics are just some of the projects your child can choose from. We will visit Yad Le’Kashish to get afall 14.jpgmazing ideas of beautiful crafts that can be done with paper, fabrics and more. 1640 nis

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Carpentry: Ages 10-15 What can you make with your hands? Build a table, a bench, a dollhouse, or even a fortress for your cat. The sky is the limit once you learn the basic principles of building in our wood shop.  Watch our video here. 2200 nis (includes additional fees for materials & insurance)

SESSION 2: JULY 16-27 (2 WEEKS)architecture.jpg

Architecture & Design: Ages 6-11 What makes for a good city? Campers will explore this and more as they think up and design their own ideal neighborhood. We will visit the Supreme Court and the scale model of Jerusalem in Kikar Safra to gain inspiration, and we’ll get to build our own models. We will also explore the concepts of interior design. 1640 nis
NEW! Mini Session: Interior Design, July 23-27 880 nis

architecture (2)Manual Photography (one week): Ages 10-15 Join professional photographer Ya’al Herman as he guides this week long course. Campers will build two cameras (a pinhole and one that uses lenses), compose, shoot, and develop their own photos, tour Ya’al’s studio in Hutzot Hayotzer, and do a photo shoot overlooking Park Teddy and the Old City.
Note: this camp is ONE week (July 16-20). 880 nis

Best of the Open Studio (one week): Ages 10-15
Build your skills in many different specialty art forms, from mosaics to glass, jewelry-making to canvas painting, and more!
Note: this camp is ONE week (July 23-27). 880 nis

SESSION 3: JULY 30-AUGUST 10 (2 WEEKS) 

space science2 (1).jpgspace.jpgSpace & Science: Ages 5-10 How are space and science connected to art? Come find out in this STEAM inspired camp where we will conduct experiments related to light, gravity, and engineering. We’ll explore the beauty that can be found in space to inspire our own art. We will create models of the solar system, study satellite pictures, make space slime, create imaginary worlds of planets far away, and more. Camp includes one day at the Bloomfield Science Museum. Note: there will be no camp on Tisha Ba’av, August 1. 1470 nis
NEW! Mini Session: Space Camp, July 30-Aug 3 790 nis

wood1.jpgCarpentry: Ages 10-15 What can you make with your hands? Build a table, a bench, a dollhouse, or even a fortress for your cat. The sky is the limit once you learn the basic principles of building in our wood shop.  Watch our video here.  Note: there will be no camp on Tisha Ba’av, August 1. 1960 nis (includes additional fees for materials & insurance)

SESSION 4: AUGUST 13-17 (1 WEEK)         @ Beit Sefer Adam on Emek Refaim

Creative Creatures: Ages 4-10 This week is all about animals! At the creatures7.jpgzoo, we will learn about texture, color, symmetry, and camouflage in the cSAMSUNGontext of the animal world. Back at camp, we will imagine new animals and bring them alive through puppets, paper mache sculptures, pillows, and more. 820 nis

Best of the Open Studio: Ages 10-15
Build your skills in many different specialty art forms, from mosaics to glass, jewelry-making to canvas painting, and more! 820 nis


SESSION 5: AUGUST 20-24 (1 WEEK) 
@ Beit Sefer Adam on Emek Refaim

Mosaics and Tinker Lab: Ages 4-11 In our last week of camp, children can decide whether to spend it tinkering or creating mosaics. (Please note that this is ONE session in registration, even though there are two choices). 820 nis

Tinker Lab: Children will experiment with machines, tinker1magnetism, electric currents, color, light, chemical reactions, and air pressure. They’ll spend the week tinkering in our “Maker Space”, creating whatever machines, robots, and creatures they can dream up using metals, electric paint, batteries, motors, recycled materials and more.

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Mosaics: Jerusalem is a hidden trove ofmosaics7.jpg mosaic masterpieces, both ancient and modern. We will visit several of these mosaics, be inspired by them, and create our own masterpieces using ceramic tiles, stained glass, china, and found objects. Both traditional and modern mosaic techniques will be taught.