Spend Your Summer on Third Avenue!

Camp BW, Arts Academy, and Adult & Teen Workshops Slated for Summer 2020


In-person Summer Camps are being adapted for COVID-19.  

Spend your summer days creating and discovering your artistic talents at the Bottle Works – Arts on Third. We are offering a number of camps and workshops, which are led by professional artists and trained education staff, for learners ages 6-113! We are excited to offer NEW programs and workshops including the Arts Academy Summer Program!

Check out Camp BW and our workshop lineup!

ALL summer programming is hosted at the Bottle Works Campus from 9am-3pm Monday- Friday. For participants enrolling in Art Academy programs, field trip days are extended until 5 PM. For your convenience, Before and after care is offered.

Enrollment Made Easy!
The enrollment and payment process is now digital. Click the links below to submit your enrollment form and payment online. If you prefer a paper application, please inquire.

For learners under the age of 18, all forms and payments must be completed by a guardian.

If you have questions about the camps and workshops, email Holly Lees, Youth Coordinator, at hlees@bottleworks.org or call 814.535.2020.

Scholarships are available for participants 18 and younger. To apply for a scholarship fill out the scholarship request form.

The Bottle Works have camps and workshops designed just for you! Select a camp based on your age.

Arts Academy Stay at Home Edition- Ages 8-16 or 5-7

Camp BW – Ages 6- 12

Mega Masters Workshop- Ages 13 +

Teen Apprentices

Bottle Works is seeking a team of teen-aged apprentices to help out with youth summer camps, workshops, summer festivals, events, art openings, and other Bottle Works fun!


Who should apply?

The Bottle Works Teen Apprenticeship Program is for youth ages 13-19 who are interested in the arts, working with youth and making a difference in the community.

If you are accepted into the youth apprenticeship program, you’ll get to work with fun artists and educators as you help the students with the projects and assist the teachers with preparation. You’ll also get to attend the fieldtrips and of explore your own art skills. You could also help Bottle Works during one of our summer festivals, events, and/or art openings.


Why become a Teen Apprentice?

You’ll make exciting connections within the art community, meet new friends and learn valuable job skills. You can count time at Bottle Works as service hours and use this experience on your resume. There is potential to earn fun Bottle Works swag like t-shirts and bags and a small financial compensation for committed apprentices.


We are seeking apprentices throughout the summer and school year. You can check on your application which dates you are available and would like to serve. There will also be and introduction party/ training for apprentices in June.

How to apply?
Please, fill out this form to be considered as a teen apprentice.

Please note that the Bottle Works engages in photography and recording of programs and events for its own print and online publication/promotional purposes. Staff and volunteers will make every effort to notify members of the public when filming and/or photography is taking place. Please notify a staff member/volunteer if you do not want to be photographed or filmed.