ExploreAsia: Culture Camp for KidsVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Calling all K-pop fans! If you love BTS, EXO, and Blackpink, this is the camp for you! Learn hot new choreography, dance the day away to the latest hits, and experience the life of a K-pop star by performing for adoring fans on the last day of camp.
Recommended for students ages 9–14. Aftercare available 3–5:30 p.m. for an additional fee.
For more information or to be added to the ExploreAsia email list, please email TXCamp@AsiaSociety.org.
"[My daughter] liked every part of the week. She became bereft Thursday afternoon knowing that it would come to an end." — Parent, Summer Camper
"How rewarding [it is] to find a place that brings the best of so many camps [...] and is able to also showcase the richness of Asia and its contributions." — Parent, Summer Camper
"My kids were very happy all week; every day for them was so much fun. They made very good friends. They enjoyed and appreciated the service and attention they received from each one of the instructors." — Parent, Summer Camper
Monday – Friday, June 10–14
Craft a story and build your own butai (storybook frame) to dive into a colorful world of your own making via the Japanese storytelling tradition of Kamishibai!
Recommended for students ages 7–12.
Video Game Maker with Writers in the Schools (WITS) Digital
Monday – Friday, June 17–21
In this design camp, bring your stories and poems to life, create video games, and dive into traditions from India, China, and Japan.
Recommended for students ages 9–12. Students must provide their own laptops (no tablets, please).
Monday – Friday, July 8–12
Create your own comics inspired by the Japanese manga style, compete in sketching contests, and show off your work at camp Comic Con!
Recommended for students ages 9–12.
Amazing Asian Eats
Monday – Friday, July 29 – August 2
Travel across Asia as a globe-trotting foodie! Taste and cook foods from India, Thailand, China, Korea, and Japan, and create a food stand for an Asian night market!
Recommended for students ages 6–9. Not recommended for children with food allergies or food sensitivities.
Education and outreach programs at Asia Society Texas Center are made possible through generous funding from Karen Chang and the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation. Additional support is provided by Friends of Asia Society Texas Center, a dedicated group of individuals and organizations committed to bringing the best in exhibitions and public programming to Houston.