In support of initiatives to control the spread of Coronavirus, Storm King’s site will remain closed until further notice. All upcoming events and programs through May 31 have been postponed.
Enjoy time outdoors observing art and nature, making art, and exploring creative writing during our week-long day camps at Storm King.
ONLINE REGISTRATION is now open! Space is limited and sessions will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Storm King Young Explorers
One-week session: July 6–10, 2020: 9AM–4PM
Instructor: Evan Miklos
Calling all young explorers! Roam, roll, run, improvise, play, create, and discover the meadows, woods, and art at Storm King. Learn to use a compass! See, sketch, and move like a sculpture! Campers will come away confident about exploring the outdoors and modern and contemporary art. Compass, magnifying glass, journal, art supplies, and more provided.
New this year!
Storm King Rangers
One-week session: July 13–17, 2020: 9AM–4PM
Instructor: Evan Miklos
Adapting our popular Storm King Young Explorers for older campers, participants will make use of Mark Dion’s Storm King Environmental Field Station (2019) as an exciting home base for the week. The station will become host to myriad activities, including tactile investigation of the landscape and artmaking. Campers will come away confident about exploring the outdoors and modern and contemporary art.
Becoming Authors and Artists
One-week session: July 20–24, 2020: 9AM–3PM
*Scholarships available through Hudson Valley Writing Project
REGISTER now via Hudson Valley Writing Project’s website
Spend a week at Storm King engaging in place-based writing surrounded by sculpture, rolling hills, meadows, and woodlands. Storm King staff and teachers from the Hudson Valley Writing Project share behind-the-scenes discoveries and inspiring insights, launching students into a fun and creative world of writing and art making. Offered in partnership with the Hudson Valley Writing Project.
Looking for a program for high school students? Check out our Spring Workshop for Teens.
A limited number of scholarships are available. To be eligible for a scholarship, students must qualify for free or reduced lunch as outlined by federal income eligibility guidelines. Scholarships are awarded on a first come, first-served basis. Families applying for a scholarship must register for camp online and submit the scholarship application within seven days of registration in order to hold a child’s space in the program.
Education-related programming and outreach is made possible by generous lead support from the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, Inc. and the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation for the Arts. Support is also provided by The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Sidney E. Frank Foundation and the Windgate Foundation. Special thanks to Goldie Anna Charitable Trust.