Online Camp is not my 1st choice. But we have to make a tough situation good by doing the things we love! Online summer was great. The artwork that came from the kids was impressive. I hope your kiddo will join us next week for another exciting camp.
We have been voted "Best of Camps" for 5 consecutive years. That is 1 of 33 in the country. So, our kiddo is bound to have a great time and do some great art! During Art Camp, there are a variety of projects our artists may create including acrylic paintings, stepping stones, fused glass, watercolor paintings, gem and glass mosaics, pencil sketched animals, paper sculpture, paper collage art, and more! We do send out a flyer prior to each camp the outlines the the type of mediums for the projects that we will be doing.
Weather permitting, the kids will get a lot of exercise by playing games and having races during snack and lunch.
If you send your kiddo to multiple camps, projects will always be different.
There will be up to two projects a day or one large project that takes the entire day.
No cancellations or refunds for camp unless doing so 3 weeks before.
In case of an emergency such as a fire, natural disaster, a global pandemic or a virus outbreak, your refunds may take up to four months to return to you.
If you have prepaid for classes, camps, parties or any events, you may make up your reservation at a later date.
Liability Release: For good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, I, as a parent or legal guardian of said minor (hereinafter “Minor”), hereby grant the permission necessary to allow Minor to participate in the above camp to be conducted by Kids Art Bash Corporation (Kids Art Bash”) I, in my own behalf and on behalf of Kids Art Bash Minor, further agree to release and to hold harmless Kids Art Bash, the Hosting Site, 11456 Union Ave., San Jose, California on whose premises will occur (hereinafter the “Location”) the affiliates of Kids Art Bash, the Location, and the respective directors, officers, representatives, members, agents and employees of Kids Art Bash, the Location and their respective affiliates (herein after collectively “Releases”) from any and all liability, whether caused by the negligence of the Releases or otherwise for any claim, judgment, loss, liability, cost and expenses (including, without limitations, attorney’s fees and costs) arising out of or connected with the Camp/Class, including any claim arising out of or connected with any illness or injury (minimal, serious, catastrophic and/or death) that Minor may incur or sustain during the Camp/Class, all activities associated with the Camp/Class and while traveling to and from the site for the Camp/Class whether or not the Camp/Class actually occurs. I further expressly agree to indemnify and hold harmless Releasees and Releasees’ heirs, successors, assigns, executors and administrators against loss from any further claims, demands or actions that may subsequently be brought by Minor or by any other persons on the account of damages of any character resulting to Minor in any way from the foregoing activities. I further agree to reimburse and to make good Releasees any loss of costs Releasees may have to pay as a result of any such action, claim, or demand.
I, in my own behalf and on behalf of Minor, hereby warrant that I have read this Liability Release in its entirety and fully understand its contents. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of Minor, am aware that this Liability Release releases Releasees from liability and contains an acknowledgement of my voluntary and knowing assumption of the risk of injury or illness. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of Minor, further acknowledge that nothing in this Liability Release constitutes a guarantee that the Camp/Class will occur. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of Minor, have signed this document voluntarily and of my own free will.
Medical Release. I, in my own behalf and on behalf of minor, acknowledge and agree that such participation subjects Minor to possibility of physical illness or injury (minimal, serious, catastrophic and /or death) and that I, in my own behalf and on behalf of Minor, acknowledge that Minor is assuming the risk of such illness or injury by participating in the Camp/Class. In the event of such illness or injury, I authorize Kids Art Bash to obtain necessary medical treatment of the minor and hereby, in my own behalf and on behalf of Minor, release and hold harmless Releasees in the exercises of this authority. I further acknowledge and understand that I will be responsible for any and all medical and related bills that may be incurred on behalf of Minor for any illness or injury that Minor may sustain during the Camp/Class and while traveling to and from the site for the Camp/Class whether or not the Camp/Class actually occurs.
Camp Rules. I further acknowledge and understand that Kids Art Bash has established rules and regulations pertaining to conduct, behavior and activities of all Camp/Class participants by which Minor and I agree to abide during the Camp/Class, and that Minor and I will be responsible for his/her/my failure to abide by those rules and regulations. Minor and I have received, read and understand the Camp/Class rules. Minor and I understand that violation of the rules can result in dismissal from Camp/Class with no refund.
While we do have a blast here, it is our obligation to protect all of kiddos. We do have a Zero tolerance bullying rule. No pushing, shoving, name calling, teasing, inappropriate gestures or comments, taunting or threatening harm.
Keep us informed, parents and student.
We are pretty good at reading our kids behavior to see how they are doing. But it also would be helpful if you remind your kiddos to talk to the teachers if they are feeling uncomfortable, uncertain, not feeling good, need more guidance or want to talk to their parents. Also, let us know if there are any special needs for your kiddo.
Some things you should know:
-No nuts! So many allergies
-Have your kiddo wear closed toe shoes(since we work with glass) No sandals.
-Send your kids in clothes that don’t matter. Acrylic paint is difficult to remove especially with sweaters. Dress for a mess!
-Bring plenty of water (we do have tap water to offer)
-No cell phones or electronics, except for lunch time. We want our students to soak up all the creativity we offer by being present.
Call us at anytime to check in on your kiddo. Stacy: 408-460-1060 or CD: 408-784-5118