School may be out for the Summer, but Osceola Arts is back in session with a whole new summer school for the arts. Offering a variety of camps for the Central Florida community to enjoy, there is truly something for everyone. Osceola Arts summer camps are now available offering an exciting fusion of both visual and performing arts. With a state-of-the-art facility, students will have the opportunity to learn in an environment that inspires all.


All skill levels are welcome and nurtured throughout each session. Choose from one- or two-week camp length options. Attendance for both camp lengths run from 9 AM until 4 or 5 PM Monday thru Friday. Kids who are rising 1st grader through rising 9th graders are the perfect choice for any of the camps offered at Osceola Arts. With a specular final showcase completing the end of each camp, friends and family will be entertained and astounded by the talent and growth of each and every kid!



Chris Burns

Villian's Revenge

Christopher Burns is currently the Fine and Performing Arts Resource Specialist in Osceola County, Florida. He received his B.M.E. from the University of Central Florida and his M.M.E. from Boston University and is currently working towards a PhD in Music Education from the University of South Florida with interests in New Media and Modern Band integration as well as Learner-Centered Education.
When he isn't working for the school district, he loves working with little and big kids at Osceola Arts, teaching summer camps and music directing for shows such as Sister Act and Newsies!


Rhiannon Bush

Villian's Revenge

Miss Rhiannon, or "Miss Rhi," could not be more excited to be back for another year of teaching all things musical theatre and dance!  She is a 2019 graduate of Florida Southern College's BFA Musical Theatre program with a minor in music performance. She has worked at Universal Studios Orlando Resort. Osceola Arts is where she got her start as a member of the youth theatre program all the way back in 2011! She can't wait to dance the day away with some of her favorite kiddos!


Claudia Fain

Return to Hogwarts, Millionaire in the Making

Claudia Fain is tickled pink to be teaching at Osceola Arts! Being a military brat, Claudia has traveled and lived in many places. She holds a music theatre degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. Claudia’s next goal is to be the female version of Mr. Rogers, so teaching kids theatre has always been a huge passion of hers! "You can think about things and make-believe. All you have to do is think and they'll grow."-Mr. Rogers


Marlon Gonzalez

Return to Hogwarts

Marlon Gonzalez earned his BFA from Parsons, the School for Design in New York in 2005.  His accomplishments have been noted in The New York Times and Photo Techniques Magazine.  He has worked for Time out New York and YRB Magazine just to name a few. His passion for teaching photography and Cinema has transferred to his students being successful at the local, regional and national levels.  His pupils have amassed an impressive number of accolades in his short five-year tenure as an art teacher in Florida, including over 58 recognitions in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards (as well as congressional honors both in the state and nation’s capitols). 


Elijah Gragg

Arctic Summer, Galaxy Wars

Elijah is originally from Oklahoma, where he attended Oklahoma State University studying Theatre with a focus on Directing. Elijah has worked as a Director, Stage Manager and Actor in several theatres in Oklahoma and Florida, as well as touring the world with The Grand Illusions of Rob Lake. Elijah helped create a summer theatre camp in Shawnee, OK with Shawnee Little Theatre and is very excited to join the Education Team at Osceola Arts!

Ida Jewell

Arctic Summer, Galaxy Wars

Ida has a Bachelor's in Art Education and a minor in Art Therapy from S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo. She has taught in community art centers for over 20 years. Her philosophy of "Keeping the Arts Alive" is key in her own life as well as inspiring her students to experience the joy of creating.  With travel experiences in France and Italy, she shares the history and techniques of some of the famous artists. Offering a wide variety of materials, she allows her students to explore and to develop their own creative abilities.

Katie Thayor

Return to Hogwarts, Millionaire in the Making

Katie Thayer is an actor, improviser, and playwright, as well as a teacher. She has been the drama specialist at CRJ since 2011, and has also taught theatre summer camps for SAK Comedy Lab and Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park. She has her BFA in Theatre, with a specialization in Acting, from UCF. 


How our programs will change to meet the health and safety requirements

  • Class sizes will be limited to maximize social distancing efforts.

  • All staff will be required to wear face coverings/masks

  • Students are strongly encouraged to wear face masks.

  • Temperature checks will be conducted daily. Once at the beginning of camp and again for anyone suspected of illness. Furthermore, any child that has symptoms of illness will not be accepted for camp that day and must remain home for 24 hours after they are no longer symptomatic.

  • There will be a designated sick area for isolation of any child that develops a fever or is suspected of illness until they are picked up by their parent.

  • Institute handwashing at regular intervals. All campers and staff will be required to wash hands as they enter the building, before lunch, after recess, and in-between transitions from one classroom to the next.

  • We will follow the recommendations of our public health officials and our board of directors for all safety and sanitation measures.

  • We will not permit adults other than our staff to enter the building.  All children will be dropped off and picked up by a teacher/staff person at the circle in front of the building.


We will continue to be vigilant cleaning and sanitizing ALL of the classrooms, galleries, and buildings throughout the day.  Playground equipment as well as classroom materials will be cleaned and sterilized after each class. Osceola Arts will adhere to the best practices and all guidelines set forth by the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization for cleaning our facility throughout the day and each evening in order to be ready to start the next day.


Thank you for your cooperation as we work together to make a safe, exciting, and fun experience for your child!


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