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Registration: 2023 Young Artists Summer Camp

June 26
Organizer’s Site
Council District
City Council District 14
We’re excited to announce our summer 2023 programming! Mark your calendars for the return of our in-person Young Artists Summer Camp and Summer in the Heights Afternoon Classes, which begin July 10 – August 12. Join us for 5-weeks of a fun-filled summer of arts and music classes! Visit our Eventbrite page at bit.ly/LHYACArts for the complete schedule and registration updates. Enrollment is first come, first served, and space is limited! We can’t wait to see you!
Session Date: Monday, July 10 – Saturday, August 12 (5-weeks)
  • Young Artists Summer Camp Rolling Registration begins on Monday, June 20 – July 6, from 10 am – 4:30 pm.
    • Monday – Friday•: 10 am – 2 pm
    • Summer Showcase: Saturday, August 12, from 2 pm – 4 pm
    • Cost: $150
    • Ages: 6 – 13
    • Lunch is Provided
    • Payment is needed in person, and registration is online via our private Eventbrite page. Daily and Field Trip Fridays schedule to be announced soon, so stay tuned!


Lincoln Heights Youth Art Center
2911 Altura st.
Los Angeles, CA 90031 United States
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(323) 224-0928
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Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center
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