Project Jericho also offers a number of one-day workshops for families during the year, such as the ever popular Gingerbread House Building workshops in December.
Participants in a family program have the great opportunity to work with professional artists while learning new things about each other and accomplishing beautiful artwork as a team.
A week long program in the month of October that leads families through the magical process of building a life size scarecrow. Upon completion of the scarecrows, families help build a community scarecrow exhibit that allows the community to vote on their favorite scarecrow. The results are announced at a community event that is free and open to the public.
Family Art Camp brings families together to experience an in-depth art experience over the course of one week. Each year camp is led by gifted visual or performing artists who facilitate programs that strengthen collaboration within a family and the community. Typically takes place in February.
Life Book Camp is a five-day camp assisting foster youth in creating a handmade book documenting their personal histories through the means of creative writing and watercolor illustrations. Typically takes place in July.
Family Workshops include short projects or programs that meet 1-2 times. Examples of family workshops include: attending professional performances and building gingerbread houses in December.
Family Modules meets for 4-8 sessions. Usually a module meets 1 or 2 times per week. These art experiences empower families to produce art that expresses their unique character through team building activities and projects.