2023 Summer Fun @THE LIM

All camps $200 members / $225 for non-members

*Financial Assistance, in the form of partial scholarships, may be provided. Email educators@longislandmuseum.org or call for details.

Made By Hand 10:00am-12:00pm

Grades K-2

July 10-14

Yarn, wood, felt and fabric are our tools for creativity in this camp that explores textiles!  Campers will be inspired by LIM’s historic textiles such as quilts and baskets, as well as modern textiles like our colorful crocheted trees. Get ready to sew, weave, dye and create! Register below.

Intro to Knitting 1:00-3:00pm

Grades 4-6

July 10-14

Knitting played an important role in the 1800s when many Long Islanders had to make their own clothes, blankets, and other household items. With this camp, kids will not only learn about the history of this art form, but they will also learn to knit themselves! This camp will take kids through the basic principles and techniques of knitting, ending in a final project. Register below.


Art of Imagination  July 24-28

Entering Grades K-2, 10:00am -12:00pm

Entering Grades 3-5, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Join us at the museum to explore the art exhibitions on view, including Creative Haven: Black Artists of Sag Harbor and Ebb and Flow: Picturing the Power of Water. We will then visit the studio to work with a wide variety of art media to create pieces inspired by the artworks all around us at the LIM! Register below.

Fashion Illustration  10:00am-12:00pm

Grades 3-5

July 31-August 4

Up and coming designers learn skills to bring their fashion ideas to life on the page! In this camp, you’ll conceptualize your own designs and then discover ways to sketch those ideas with various media so you can share your fashion sense with the world. Taught by artist and educator Krista Biedenbach. Register below.

Teen Creator Comic Camp  1:00-3:00pm

Grades 6-10

August 14-18 

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.The instructor, Mx. Anu Annam, imparts drawing and color lessons that they developed throughout their 30 years as an artist and arts educator. This inclusive class is open to all levels and abilities. Register below.

Have questions or would like more information? Call 631.751.0066 ext 212 Email educators@longislandmuseum.org