Plein Air Painting and Drawing

Enjoy the outdoors and make art at a local park! This wonderful in person experience teaches kids how to observe their environment and use it as inspiration for their artwork. The activity schedule for the day includes four full hours of art making and 2 hours of other activities with snack and lunch provided by parents. Plein air projects will vary from day to day and students are welcome to register for multiple days.

Registered students will receive further information on where to meet Art Moki instructors at Oak Meadow Park and Laurelwood Park.

Plein air students will need:

  • Face mask
  • Snack (for morning and full day students)
  • Lunch (only for full day students or students staying through lunch)
  • Water bottle
  • Towel to sit on (may get soiled with art supplies)
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses (optional)
  • Brimmed hat (optional)
  • Sunscreen lotion (recommended, applied by parent before class)
  • Insect repellant (optional, applied by parent before class)

Health and Safety FAQ

What is your mask policy?

Face coverings or masks must be worn at all times by teachers and students.

What is your health and safety protocol?

Each student will have their own set of art supplies. Hand sanitizers will be available on location.

What is your sick policy for kids?

All sick kids, regardless of the nature of the sickness, are not permitted in class, including kids with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher. All parents are required to check their child’s temperature and monitor for symptoms of illness such as fever, cough, sore throat, chills, aches or runny nose before camp each day.

What is your sick policy for employees?

All employees have been vaccinated. All sick employees, regardless of the nature of the sickness, are not permitted to work, including employees with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher.

How are you monitoring for exposure to COVID-19?

We ask that parents inform our staff as soon as they or their children show COVID symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has been tested positive.