Studio work is based on projects: each participant has at least one his own project in the area of chosen studio.
Projects are usually developed in a team.
The inspiration doesn't come exclusively from own projects, but also from the projects of one's “neighbors” because they are looking to answer similar questions, and therefore it is interesting to consider them and give them feedback, thus finding new ideas and creative solutions. We are looking to create the most non-competitive
environment possible: the main energy source lies in the projects themselves, not in trying to figure out which project turned out to be better than the others.
There are a final presentation of projects and also several presentations with feedback in the middle of the camp.
4 meals a day
Special diets menu possible
Additional evening meals
Cooler with water 24*7
Beach with lifeguard
Wild deer park
Open-air concert stage
What will be living conditions?
Summer camp is located on recreation center in Dubingiai, Lithuania. Participants will live in double and triple rooms with all amenities, four meals a day.
How to get to the camp?
On airplane, train or car - to Riga or Vilnius. We organize transportation from Riga/Vilnius to camp and back to Riga/Vilnius. We also organize an additional transfer, a meeting at the airport or at the bus or railway station, based on additional agreement.
Who will be living with the child?
Participants will be living in double or triple rooms with all amenities, their wishes for accommodation in the rooms will be taken into account. Boys and girls live in different areas of the camp.
How much free time will be in the camp? Is the program interesting?
The camp program is quite busy: there is a couple of classes before lunch, then some options for the free time, and in the evening extra activities and creative workshops by choice. And for sure the program is interesting: we respect the interests of the participants and we are are professionals in informal education. So there will be a lot of fun, creativity, amazing discussions and real challenges!
How many people are in the group? Who takes care of the children?
Only professional educators, who have been specially trained, work in Art Box summer camp. Teachers on-duty work practically round the clock: both at night and early in the morning. There are about 10-15 people in the group; 2 educators and camp assistant work with each group. There are also pedagogical coordinator in the camp, that help participants and educators in solving some issues.
Who takes care of security? Is there a lifeguard at camp?
Area is protected round clock (24 hours), also we have a lifeguard in the camp. He is always near the water.
What if the child get sick?
The doctor and the most required set of medicines are available on campus 24 hours a day, just like a car with a driver - for emergency situations. We are always in touch with the parents and put them in notice immediately in case of unforeseen situations.