Why an art camp for children? Lori loved children and spent many afternoons doing art projects with her son Hayden. Art is often used to help children communicate, overcome stress and heal from tragedy. Lori’s memory is being honored with an art camp in her name specifically designed for children who had or have a parent or a close relative with cancer.
Due to COVID-19, this year’s Planet Lori Art Camp scheduled from August 17, 2020 to August 21, 2020, has unfortunately been cancelled. The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center will be providing virtual art camps throughout the summer. We are excited to provide full paid scholarships for eligible campers (children, from the ages of 5 to 15, who had or have a parent or a close relative with cancer) to enroll in a virtual art camp this summer. In order to receive the scholarship to attend a virtual art camp, please download the 2020 Art Camp Application below, and return the completed art camp application to us. For a listing of the virtual art camps being offered, please visit https://bbartcenter.org/art-camps-virtual/. Registration for eligible campers will be done by the Lori Haber Buckfire Foundation.
Pictures and Slideshow from our 2015 Art Camp at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center | August 2015
Pictures and Slideshow from our 2014 Art Camp at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center | August 2014
To learn more about the BBAC, visit: https://www.bbartcenter.org