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P.L.A.Y: Fine Art

Two-week arts intensive for youth ages 10-15
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  • Monday-Friday, July 3-14 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • $400/Session GA | $360/Session Member | Tuition Assistance Available

Establish a deeper understanding of the elements of visual art through hands-on exploration of a variety of mediums.

Led by professional teaching artists, students ages 10-15 will be introduced to the foundations of drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, film-making and architecture inspired by Bethel Woods’ historic site and legacy.

Each student will be guided along the path of creative discovery to craft both individual and collaborative 2D and 3D works that will be shared in an informal exhibition at the end of the program.

Please be aware that as of June 12, this session is full and that by filling out a registration form, you will be added to a waitlist.

If you are applying for tuition assistance, please fill out this form and submit to

About P.L.A.Y.

Bethel Woods’ Peace. Love. Arts. You. program invites children to explore creative arts at the historic festival site of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair, offering unique opportunities for skill development in a variety of ways, from art and music to movement and theater.

Led by Bethel Woods Teaching Artists and special guests, children will explore history, art, music, and the environment to ignite creative imagination. Program participants will enjoy plenty of outdoor time as well as access to The Museum collections and special exhibitions as part of the adventure.

Funding for P.L.A.Y. has been provided by Nellie and Robert Gipson of the Tianaderrah Foundation, the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation, the J M McDonald Foundation and the John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation. Bethel Woods programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature. Additional funding has been provided by the County of Sullivan through the Sullivan County Youth Bureau and by Bethel Woods Center for the Arts members and donors. View a copy of our annual report or visit our website for a more comprehensive list of supporters.