Collaborate! Innovate! Create!

The Long Island Museum welcomes children and teens for a summer of fun!
Enjoy time on our beautiful 9 acre campus, located in Stony Brook, while exploring world class exhibitions and attending engaging workshops.

From science to comics to printmaking, there’s something for everyone @ The LIM

There is limited space available so register today!

Using Art to Discover the World of Science Join Educators from the Brookhaven National Lab! 

Every year scientists at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials hold a contest to find the most beautiful nano-sized images of scientific data, results, or discoveries, created in their labs. In this workshop, you can be just like them! You will learn how to use sculpture, computer assisted design, and more to study current science research at Brookhaven Lab. 

The week will culminate with an art showcase on the last day. 

August 1-5 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Entering Grades 9-12 

Fee: $275 member/$300 non-member



Instructor: Anu Annam, Artist & Educator 

 Calling the next-gen of content creators! Express yourself through comics. Students will learn about the art of creating comics by exploring overall concept, character development, setting, and storyline. Drawing skills will be developed as students work on backgrounds, faces and figures in motion and leave with their own comic creation! 

The instructor, Mx. Annam, imparts drawing and color lessons that they developed throughout their 30 years experience as an artist and arts educator. Through these meticulously designed exercises, students unlock and improve their natural gifts. There is teacher assisted studio time to allow for vital personal expression. All experience levels welcome! 

July 18-22 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Entering Grades 6-10 

Fee:$225 member/$250 non-member


Discover Printmaking! 

Instructor: Kristin Cuomo, Museum Educator

Discover the exciting world of printmaking and its history in this hands-on workshop. Visit the exhibition Two Centuries of Women Artists on Long Island to study techniques and find inspiration, then create artworks using a variety of printing methods and media. 

August 8-12 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Entering Grades K-3 

Fee:$225 member/$250 non-member



Please reach out to our education team at 631. 751.0066 ext 212 or


Please note:
There have been some changes to the original camp flyer. 
Please see below for the current & available camp sessions. 

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