Here’s information about registering
Our enrollment period starts on January 22nd at 7:00pm. We’re sharing the link below and will be accepting registrations on a first-come, first-served basis.
We’ve been thrilled to have such a wonderful three years of Spark summer programs since opening our doors in 2017! At this time, we have allocated spots for returning families as well as for newcomers to our program. While we wish we had space for every child, our program is a small and intimate one, and we’re anticipating a larger volume of applicants than spaces that we hold. Interested families can choose to be waitlisted once our program fills up, and we will be in touch in the event that a registered family is unable to attend the program.
We’re so thankful for your interest in Spark Arts; please reach out to us if you have any questions about the summer ahead!
Gigi & Angus
Click here to visit our registration page!
Dates and Programming
During all weeks of our 2020 summer program, we will explore traditional crafts and materials from across a variety of cultures and time periods, at times weaving mythology and storytelling into our creative process. While outdoors, we will be connecting closely to the natural world and observing the ecology of our own Prospect Park. Using natural elements, tools and our own ingenuity, we will learn to work collaboratively in the wild as our ancestors once did. We will inquire about ways to positively integrate simple and quiet ancient ways of life into our busy modern lives, as individuals and as a society.
Week 1: Monday, June 29th-Friday, July 3rd. 9am-2pm
Week 2: Monday, July 6th–Friday, July 10th. 9am-2pm
$500 for a single week