Summer Camps Soon Enrolling!

Get your hands on some art!

Up to 10 weeks, DFAC’s Summer Art Academy offers fun, creative, cognitive experiences for kids and teens from 4½ to 14 years old. Links to Camp descriptions below…then weekly themes…then Camp Brochure and lastly a registration form at bottom of page. :)
Check out our offerings and enroll early, as space IS limited!  Check back in Feb for 2015 Brochure.

Week 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 &  9 Mini Masters: Full, 2014 waitlist 

Week 2, 3, & 8 Sizzlin Summer Art Camp: Full, 2014 waitlist 

Week 1  Mural Madness: Full, waitlist started (Week 10 is now open with another class :)2014

Week 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 & 9 Art Squad: Full, 2014 waitlist


Choose from one of the following award-winning programs based on your child’s age:

Ages Camp Title
4½ to 5 years MiniMasters Summer Program
6 to 10 years Sizzlin Summer Art Camp
8 to 12 years Arts in Motion
8 to 12 years Mural Madness Summer Program
11 to 14 years Art Squad Summer Program


Charley Belcher and the Charley’s World team chose 5 CAMPS in all of TampaBay to feature in their COOL CAMPS series… We’re SO honored to be one of them! They were here visiting summer, 2014. The segments from that morning are below!


Charley’s World COOL Camps 6.11.14 – 7:50am
FOX 13 News     Charley’s World COOL Camps 6.11.14 – 8:20am    FOX 13 News


Charley’s World COOL Camps 6.11.14 – 8:50am
FOX 13 News

Old 2014 Themes & Dates Below:  Check back in Feb for New 2015 Dates & Themes.

Week 1 June 9 – 13 Groovy Graffiti: Express your groovy self with cool, fun Art
Week 2 June 16 – 20 Land of the Lost: Explore real lost cities and dinosaurs to fantasy Lands and their creatures.
Week 3 June 23 – 27 Animal Planet: Create cool, colorful critters from around the world
Week 4 June 30 – July 3rd Windows to the World: Travel around the world creating cultural artifacts
Week 5 July 7 – 11 Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Try your hand at the art of transportation
Week 6 July 14 – 18 Rockin’ Reptiles: Transform lizards, turtles and snakes into cool rock stars
Week 7 July 21 – 25 Jungle Moves: Swing with the monkeys while avoiding the arrow frogs
Week 8 July 28 – Aug 1 Solar System Silliness:  Grab your space suit
and have fun with the Milky Way
Week 9 Aug 4 – 8 Stupendous Super Heroes: Create all your favorite super heroes
Week 10* Aug 11 – 15 Water World: Swim with the sea creatures on this planet without land
(Week 10 only available for Arts in Motion, Mini-Masters, and Mural Madness)

Turn Back Time to 2002
March Madness Limited Time Offer

DFAC is turning back the hands of time! For the month of March, camp tuition time warps back 13 years to summer 2002. Sizzlin Summer Visual Arts Camp, Mural Madness, and Arts In Motion Camps falls back to $130 member/ $150 non – members. Art Squad $140 for members and $160 for non – members. Mini-Masters becomes an all day camp for $130 member/ $150 non – member. After March , tuition returns to 2015(which is still really good). Time for the small print: The first week registered needs to be paid in full while additional weeks can be reserved at $50 each(nothing new) but, due to the “special-ness” of this limited time offer…weeks cannot be changed once reserved(new) and tuition is non- refundable(not new). If weeks need to be changed…then the price will default back to 2015. Additional weeks may be added…but after March …pricing will be back to the present…2015.

Lunches are Available through the Palm Cafe. Click here for the Menu and Lunch Order Form.


 Summer Camp Volunteer opportunities for High School Students 15 yr olds and older.

Click HERE to fill out our ONLINE form or…


Download Volunteer Application
  • Youth Volunteer Form (pdf)
    Youth Volunteer Form (pdf)
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Click Below for 2014 Brochure.
  • Summer Academy Brochure
    Summer Academy Brochure
    3.57 MB

  • Summer Academy Registration Form
    Summer Academy Registration Form
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Summer Camp Scholarships!

The Dunedin Fine Art Center is proud to once again offer scholarships for the 2014 art enrichment summer camps(no matter where you live!). In the past, community partners such as The City of Dunedin, Dunedin Rotary, Dunedin Rotary North, the Employees of the Tampa Bay Times, Pinellas Cultural Foundation, Inc, the Pinellas Community Foundation, many individuals and organizations have granted funds to be used for this purpose.To apply for a scholarship, DFAC needs 4 or 5 items for documentation:
1. Letter from the parent as to why a scholarship is needed.
2. Drawing or letter from child as to
why they would like to come to art camp.
3. Copy of a report card showing satisfactory grades.
4. Letter of recommendation from art teacher.
5. Proof of Dunedin residency (City of Dunedin scholarship only).Please send the 4 or 5 items to the attention of Todd Still, Director of Youth Education, DFAC, 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin, FL 34698.