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Spring Break and Summer Camps

Setting the Stage.

The Carver’s spring break and summer arts camps in theatre, dance, and music production are the season’s hottest tickets, popular with both kids and parents. Taught by professional instructors, each experience is designed to encourage creativity, build self-confidence, promote positivity and personal growth.

Financial assistance with ARTicipate!

Financial assistance for eligible households provides substantial discounts on Carver camp and Art Lab course enrollments. For more information contact Education Coordinator at or 210-207-2719.

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Spring Break DJ Camp

March 13 – 17, 2023 (M-F; 8:30am – 4pm)

Showcase: Friday, March 17 at 7pm

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DJ Camp with The AM Project is an interactive adventure in music and technology. Music industry professionals teach students fundamental DJ skills— beatmatching, equalization, pitch play, slicing, and sampling—music production, songwriting and personal branding. Students learn teamwork skills, problem solving, and music theory while creatively expressing themselves. Each camp concludes with each DJ performing a set at the ever popular and always energetic DJ Camp Afterparty.

Summer Theatre Intensive

June 05 – 23, 2023 (M-F; 8:30am – 4pm)

Performance: Friday, June 23 at 7pm

Our three-week theatre intensive offers young actors an immersive experience in theatre with daily instruction in acting, singing, and dancing and the process of collaborating
on a fully staged production with costumes, sets, lights, and sound. There are limited slots available for students interested in technical theatre only, who, under the guidance of professional technicians, will serve as crew for the production.

Summer Dance Intensive

July 10 – 21, 2023 (M-F; 8:30am – 4pm)

Recital: Friday, July 21 at 7pm

Under the direction of professional dancers from internationally acclaimed Dallas Black Dance Theatre, student dancers will expand their capabilities in a challenging, yet supportive environment. The program curriculum includes instruction in ballet, modern, contemporary, jazz, and West African dance vernaculars with all dancers learning technique, terminology, choreography, as well as professional and personal enrichment developed specifically for dancers.