SCHOOL’S OUT CAMPS

School may be out, but Easel Town is still in session! Join us for mini camps throughout the school year. Each camp has a different theme that inspires our art. Up next, we have a special BIRTHDAY edition on January 20th and a GNOME inspired camp on February 17th. Siblings save 10% with the code SIBLING. School’s Out Camps are open to children ages 4 and up. Snack is provided, but children are encouraged to bring their own water bottle. Our camps tend to sell out, so book early.

SPRING BREAK CAMPS 

Spring Break will be here before we know it! Join us as we use the force to create art inspired by a galaxy far, far away! Camp is open to children ages 4 and up. Snack will be provided each day, but campers are encouraged to bring their own water bottle. As always, make sure to dress for the possibility of an art mess. Many of the schools have different spring breaks this year, so we are offering a two day camp on March 12-13 and a full week camp March 16-20. Reserve your spot today!

SUMMER CAMPS 

The moment we have all been waiting for is here!!! Summer Camp themes and dates have been released and registration is live!! Many of our camps SOLD OUT last year, so make sure to reserve your spot early! This year we will have 5 full week camps and 5 mini camps.Visit our Camps page or the book button below for details and to register. You can save $15 with the code “EARLYBIRD” if you register by February 1st. Sewing Camp information and registration will be released soon. 

Credit and much thanks to Joan Cusick for the photo!

MEET THE MILLERS

 Paul and Lisa Miller have been combining their talents for over 14 years as they raise their 3 boys and spread their love of the arts and teaching with the Memphis community. They built Easel Town with the purpose of providing unique, high quality fine art instruction for children in an environment that encourages authentic creativity born through problem solving and a willingness to risk mistakes. Their goal is to cultivate a community where the experiences and skills gained through the art process are viewed as important tools for future successes.