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Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids Registration FormSoutheast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids Registration Form Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids Registration Form
Below are some of our most frequently asked questions about Summer Photography Camps at the Southeast Museum of Photography. If you have any other concerns or would like additional information, please contact Christina Katsolis at (386) 506-4569 or by email at katsolc@DaytonaState.edu. Campus maps/directions are available below.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Each camp session runs for four consecutive days (Monday through Thursday) from 9:00am to 4:00pm daily. These are three separate sessions offered for the month of June:
SESSION I:   June 10-13, 2013  9:00am 4:00pm (Monday through Thursday)
SESSION II:  June 17-20, 2013  9:00am 4:00pm (Monday through Thursday)
SESSION III: June 24-27, 2013  9:00am - 4:00pm (Monday through Thursday)
Structured as one-week sessions that follow a particular theme, participants have the option of registering for one, two, or three week-long sessions.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Camps are offered for young people within the following two age brackets: Ages 8-11 and Ages 12-15. If your child is slightly younger or older and wishes to participate, please call Christina Katsolis at (386) 506-4569 to discuss the possibility of registering them.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
The Southeast Museum of Photography utilizes two main buildings on campus for its photographic and educational activities. The first building houses the museum itself, with is located in Building 1200 (Hosseini Center) on the south edge of campus. See link to campus map below. The second, Building 530, is home to the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies here at Daytona State College. The Southeast Center for Photographic Studies, in partnership with the Southeast Museum of Photography, offers campers unique access to state-of-the-art photographic equipment, a black-and-white darkroom, computer and print labs, as well as a lecture/presentation auditorium and several critique rooms.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Transportation, including drop-off and pick-up, is the sole responsibility of the parent and/or guardian, as well as any other authorized individuals. These individuals' names must be provided in advance, along with a valid driver's license number, in order to ensure the safety of all summer camp participants.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Supervised drop-off begins as early as 8:45am each morning, and afternoon pick-up must occur by 4:00pm. This means that campers should be dropped off and picked up in a prompt fashion, and parents are required to sign their children in and out each day on the museum's attendance roster. There are no exceptions to this rule. Summer Photo Camps will meet at the museum in Building 1200 (inside the Madorsky Theater) on the first day of each weekly session (6/10, 6/17, 6/24) for introduction and orientation purposes. All other days, students should be dropped off and picked up at the appropriate times at the Photographic Technology Building (Bldg 530). Click HERE for a campus map.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Campers have supervised lunchtime (held in the Cafeteria, Bldg. 140) for which parents must provide their own food and/or lunch money. Lunchtime begins at 12:15pm and ends at 1:00pm. Your child in encouraged to bring a backpack to carry extra water bottles and snacks.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Two experienced, photographic instructors lead each camp session and are assisted by trained and highly talented museum staff. Campers receive personalized attention and lots of hands-on experience. Each session is structured to provide your child with everything they need to know in order to learn, participate, and enjoy themselves with each new activity introduced. No previous experience is necessary, though camps are run at a fast pace to ensure those with photographic experience (or those who have attended in the past) are kept interested and entertained.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
Each individual session is $185.00 per child

Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT - Save money and secure a spot by registering early!
$165.00 per child per session


One Session: $165 (save $20)
Two Sessions: $330 (save $40)
Three Sessions: $495 (save $60)

Note: Register on or before April 30th in order to qualify for the Early Bird Discount.
These prices include all materials. However, if your child wishes to bring their own camera, they may do so. Make sure names are clearly marked on any/all personal items. The Southeast Museum of Photography and Daytona State College are not responsible for lost or stolen belongings.
Southeast Museum of Photography Summer Photo Camp for Kids
A processing fee of $25.00 will be retained if you choose to withdraw your child from camp. Withdrawals must be made in person at the museum reception desk at least one week prior to the start of camp. Also, you must have a receipt in order to receive a refund. If a credit card was used to pay, you must present that card. Refunds will not be issued after camp begins, unless a medical emergency occurs. In that case, appropriate medical documentation must be provided to museum personnel.
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The Southeast Museum of Photography is a service of Daytona State College
1200 W. International Speedway Blvd. (Building 1200) Daytona Beach, FL, 32114, (386) 506-4475
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