Summer Camp

Its cool to make art when it's hot outside!

Join us for innovative, hands-on arts activities for children and youth, ages 6-12. MOCHA campers work on a variety of engaging projects based on weekly topics.

Days & Times

June 11 – August 10

Pre-care: 8:00 – 8:30am
Drop-off: 8:30 – 9:00am
Camp: 9:00am – 3:30pm
Pick-up: 3:30 – 3:45pm
Aftercare: 3:30 – 5:30pm

Summer Camp Schedule: A typical day @ MOCHA Camp


Camp: $350 per week
Early Bird: $325 per week (before April 1st)
10% sibling discount on second child
Limited scholarships are available


Pre-care: $5 per day
After-care: $20 per day


June 11 – 15  Project Style – SOLD OUT

Explore the world of fashion and wearable art.
Teaching Artist: Danielle Zorn
Field Trip: American Conservatory Theatre Costume Shop

June 18 – 22  Art 101 – Sold out

Learn the basics: shape, line, form, texture, pattern, space and color.
Teaching Artist: Leticia Padgett
Field Trip: Oakland Museum of California

June 25 – 29  Mix It Up – Sold OUT

Utilize a variety of materials and learn techniques by combining media.
Teaching Artist: Kaya Fortune
Field Trip: Oakland Museum of California

July 9 – 13  Shape, Form, Sculpt – SOLD OUT

Create 3D art using clay, fabric and found objects
Teaching Artist:
Field Trip: SFMoMA

July 16 – 20  Science of Art – 7 spots left

Dissect color, experiment with materials and test hypotheses.
Teaching Artist: Liz Harvey
Field Trip: Exploratorium

July 23 – 27  Architectonics

Develop skills in structural engineering while imagining buildings of the future.
Teaching Artist: Liz Harvey & Margo Hoover
Field Trip: Contemporary Jewish Museum

July 30 – August 3  Wonder Women – SOLD Out

From O’Keefe to Kahlo to Kusama, learn about the contributions of women in art.
Teaching Artist: Leticia Padgett
Field Trip: TBA

August 6 – 10  Bookmaking – 1 spot left!

Construct various books and survey printmaking processes.
Teaching Artist: Danielle Zorn
Field Trip: San Francisco Center for the Book


 If your desired camp is sold out and you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please contact our Museum Manager Isobel Aveston.


Isobel Aveston
Museum Manager
510.465.8770 ext. 100