Youth Summer Camp: A Cultural Immersion
Our youth summer camp returns this year with three weeks of camp for youth ages 6 to 16 years old. The CNCF summer camps aim to engage youth in the visual, traditional and performing arts, and includes field trips highlighting Cayman’s culture and heritage. This year’s camp is being held in partnership with Pan ‘n’ Riddim. The camps will take place from 4- 21 July at the Harquail Theatre. Limited scholarships are available.
Deadline to register is 29 June 2023.
Young At Arts Summer Arts Intensive
CNCF’s Young at Arts Summer Intensive is back this year! Young At Arts Summer Intensive (YAA) is an educational five-week intensive theatre programme that immerses students in the physical and technical aspects of theatre production, through the three performing arts disciplines (drama, music, dance/movement).
We are looking for dynamic, energetic, and enthusiastic students aged 12 – 17 years who love the theatre arts and will fully commit to the process and rigour of an intensive programme.
Cultural Activity Packs
Our cultural activity packs are designed to be fun and educational for students of any age. Educators, students and parents alike can adapt the materials to the relevant age group which will help them to learn about culture, diversity and Cayman history in a creative way.
Click on the titles below to download our fun activity sheets to use at home:
Minds Eye School Tours
The heritage site is open for student tours during the school year.
The programme, designed to cater to students from ages four to 16-plus, allows students and their teachers to access the site during school hours and participate in life-enriching cultural activities. Participants learn valuable lessons about traditional Caymanian architecture, Caymanian shipbuilding in the community, and pivotal moments in Cayman Islands’ history, such as the ’32 hurricane.
In addition, the daily life in a Caymanian household, traditional life in the South Sound community, and the activities of a seafaring family are brought alive for today’s youth as they walk through Miss Lassie’s house and yard.
Tours are led by CNCF’s lead docent, Virginia Foster, a retired educator, assisted by a Cultural Intern, or volunteers who help with age appropriate art activities and videos. They all enjoy the opportunity to share Miss Lassie’s home with the students, to celebrate Caymanian heritage and to inspire future generations with the creative talents of Cayman’s own unique visionary intuitive artist.