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Who, When, & Where:


Grades: K—12th            


*students separated into 2 age groups




April 14—18th (Gilroy, private residence)

April 21—25th (Morgan Hill Bible Church)


*The student art exhibit will take place Friday, April 25, 2014, 5:00 p.m.

These events will be free, optional, and open to the public.


Camp Morning Session: 9:30 a.m. — 11:50 a.m. (elementary school age children.)


Camp Afternoon Session: 12:15 p.m. — 2:35 p.m. (teens and high school students)


*All students are welcome to stay for lunch. Please bring water and a sack lunch.


Savings and Tuition: 


New Students: SAVE $25: No Registration Fee when you enroll by March 9th!


Returning Students: No Registration Fee (ever) for you! 


50% off for parents! Parents are welcome to attend camp with their children and take art.

*Art projects are individualized for each student, based on interest and ability level.


SAVE: No Supply Fee (as usual, most supplies are included. Students interested in

photography or prismacolors must bring their own.)


SAVE $5 when you like us on facebook



Half day $187 (choose art or drama)

Full day $297 (This price reflects $77 off!!!


Take both full day camps and SAVE an additional $50! 


If you are unable to afford tuition, we offer a limited number of partial scholarships. Click to apply.


About the Sessions:


ART Students will create an "art museum" in the Morgan Hill Library. This gallery of student artwork will provide the backdrop for the play.


Art camp afternoon sessions will include an optional 15 minute per day photography workshop for students ages 9 - 18. Sessions will be packed with information and a lot of fun! Students with cameras will take photos to display at the art exhibit (the background for the play). If you don’t have a camera, you can use a phone, and you will still learn a lot!


Topics: Photo Posing, Photo Journalism, Concept Photography, Composition 1, and Composition 2


Camp Mission Statement:


At Megapixels School of the Arts, our mission is to inspire students with our love of learning. We guide kids to become the best they can be as they master their craft and gain a deep appreciation of the arts. More importantly, we encourage students to have confidence, to take risks without fear of failure, and to be creative problem solvers. We realize excelling at the arts is only a fraction of the picture. We teach kids to excel at life.


To Sign Up:



Space is limited! To save your spot in camp, email:


About the Instructor:


Meg Navarro Gupta began teaching art in 2007. Meg has worked as photographer and theater muralist. She holds a double BA with concentrations in Art and English.


Spring Break Art Camp

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