Frequently Asked Questions
Ahha Tulsa is located at 101 E Archer St in the Tulsa Arts District.
Street parking is available at $1/hour, and parents and caregivers (or designated adults) must escort their child into the building and sign them in with an ahha staff member.
Students 16 years or older may arrive or leave without an adult escort. Street parking is metered during the week.
We do not currently offer before and after care.
Snacks and water are available for all campers during morning and afternoon breaks. We recommend that each camper bring a reusable water bottle with their name on it.
A supervised lunchtime is provided to campers enrolled in consecutive morning and afternoon sessions or all-day camps. Ahha does not provide lunch—campers are responsible for bringing their own brown bag lunch.
The ahha Hardesty Center is largely accessible to visitors using wheelchairs and we strive to ensure that visitors of all abilities have access to exhibition and studio areas. Learn more here.
If you have questions about accessibility regarding a specific class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before you register your camper.
All art making supplies and materials are largely provided by ahha. If there is an exception, you will be notified before the camp begins.
Campers are encouraged to bring a reusable water bottle with their name written on it.
All students must wear closed-toe shoes and we recommend that campers wear clothes that can get messy.
Thanks to the generosity of many donors, ahha provides creative camp scholarships to K-12 students with demonstrated financial need. Scholarships are limited in number – apply today!
Our camp schedule is largely based on teaching artist and space availability. We also believe in the importance of offering the highest quality arts education programming, which is why we take child development into consideration when planning our creative camp schedule.
We want camp to be fun, educational, and inspiring rather than feeling like school or daycare, which is why we do not offer full-day camp for younger ages. While we realize that shorter camps might be inconvenient with caregivers’ work schedules, we strive to provide what is best for each age group in terms of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. We want every child who participates in camp to have a positive experience, and we believe one way to do that is to provide age-appropriate programming.
Children may attend both the morning and afternoon class for their age group, if offered. A supervised lunch will take place from 12:00-1:00 PM for campers staying all day. Campers must bring their own lunch; lunch is not provided by ahha.
Summer Creative Camps 2020
All camps require pre-registration. Registration for camps will close the Thursday before camp begins.
June 1-5, 2020
Monday-Friday, June 1-5