Kil’n Time Studio offers camps five times a year.  We have a winter and spring break camp, as well as, three one-week summer camps offered in June, July and August.  The camps are offered for five days during the camp week.  Unless otherwise specified, a lunch should accompany the camper to camp.  During the camp there will be a lunch break for approximately ½  an hour. 

All of our camps offer a taste of the different mediums Kil’n Time Studio offers.  One day there will be a painting technique, a glass fusion technique, a mosaic techinique, hand building technique with clay and either a canvas or throwing project.  Our camps can vary from 2 ½ to 3 hours per day.  Campers are always welcome to stay later then the camp time to finish the project of the day.  There will be two camp sessions per day for our spring break camp.  The first session is from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  Session two begins at 2:00 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.  There are 20 seats available per session.

Our next camp, "KIDS IN THE KITCHEN", will begin Monday, March 17th. See below for our theme days and activities.

Please click HERE for the "KIDS IN THE KITCHEN" Registration Form.



March 17


“Mosaic Madness”

Campers will learn basic design techniques

Incorporating colors and shapes into creative abstract patterns for a table trivet. 


March 18

“Sampler Pasta Bowl”

Utilizing a 12” pasta bowl, campers will learn seven different ways to design ceramics to complete an awesome pasta bowl.


March 19

“Bacon & Eggs or Pizza Plate”

Strategic placement and glass manipulation will be taught in this camp.  Campers will have a choice of a fused glass bacon and eggs plate or pizza plate.  Both will add to your kitchen.


March 20

“Kicked Up Canvas Still-Life”

Campers will learn to design and implement a still-life on canvas.  Acrylic paints will be used to bring their drawing to life while incorporating colored rice, pasta and coffee grounds.  A masterpiece for any wall.


March 21

“Clay & Cubism”

Campers will learn clay techniques of wedging, scoring and sculpting a Picasso like teapot.