Students ages 9-11 and 12-14 are invited to The Dalí Museum’s week-long Junior Docent camp, where campers discover new ways to interpret and create art, meet new friends and have fun.
This year, campers will become art detectives, discovering how to decode the artwork of Salvador Dalí. Finding inspirations in Dalí’s mysteries, campers will make their own art each day. Campers will learn the meaning behind Dalinían symbols, decipher double images and answer riddles.
Sessions for ages 9-11 run June 10-14 or July 8-12. Camps for ages 12-14 are June 24-28 or July 22-26.
The Dalí Museum offers an environment for inspiration, learning and creativity. Having full access to the Museum’s unparalleled art collection and gardens, along with facilitation from award-winning Pinellas County teachers, campers have unique opportunities to create and interact with art.
Not only will campers learn about Dalí and surrealist art, but they will be empowered to think independently about art and express their own thoughts. The week will conclude with a tour and reception for families where campers will showcase their personal voice, Dalí knowledge and their very own surreal art.