Mark Arts



Mark Arts summer camps emphasize creativity and innovation, linking art to concepts in science, technology, engineering and math. At each session, students will be grouped by age and will explore mixed media, drawing, painting, culinary and clay projects according to the week’s theme. Guest speakers from Wichita’s STEAM fields will present at each camp. At the end of the week, students will demonstrate and display their work to parents and visitors. Special guests will be visiting the afternoon camps. STEAM Camps are made possible with support by the Lattner Family Foundation.

Camp costs $120 ($108 for members). One nut-free snack will be provided daily.


Need-based scholarships are offered thanks to a grant from the Fred and Mary Koch Foundation. Click here to apply.

• Mark Arts provides all supplies and campers should wear clothes that can get messy.
• Be sure to print and sign the Emergency Contact Form and Photo Release waiver found here.
• Campers may go outside, so wear sunblock or bring a hat if needed.
• A nut-free snack and water will be provided daily. Please share any food allergies at the time of registration.

The first child is regular price, but save $10 for each additional sibling enrolled. Use code SIBLING at checkout.

Mark Arts members receive a 10 percent discount on classes and camps year-round. The cost of a family membership is $75.

Ages 3 – 5 | 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Campers in this group should be potty trained.

Ages 6 – 8 | 1 – 5 p.m.

Ages 9 – 11 | 1 – 5 p.m.

Enroll early to secure your spot in camp. If under-enrolled, camps will be canceled the Fridays before the start of the camp.

Enrolling at the last minute? Call 316.932.1796 to check availability of spots in each camp.


July 23 – 27

What is it like living in space? Do you know which stars you’re seeing at night? We will imagine life in space, learn about the types of stars we see at night and why some twinkle. We will talk about the speed of light and create our own “astronaut food.”

Special Guest: Kansas Cosmosphere


July 30 – August 3 

Things are heating up this week as we learn the chemical changes that happen with our ceramic artwork in the kiln, the science behind bread making, how volcanoes affect the earth and how animals cope with hot temperatures. Don’t worry – we will also make our own ice cream to cool off.

Special Guest: Wichita Fire Department


August 6 – 10 

This camp is a journey for the senses. We will learn how to compare visual vibrations to invisible sound waves, complete a blind taste test and braille recipe challenge, study how artists depict three-dimensional textures and even make our own grilled “stinky” cheese sandwiches.

Special Guest: Envision