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We are unique to Toronto!

SPFX kids is for Children & Tweens.

SPFX kids is a brand new, specialty summer camp launching in July 2018! Our week long workshops teach children ages 9 -13 the trade and art of special effects make-up. If your child is inspired by science fiction, horror, fantasy and the creatures they see in the movies or on television, this camp will teach them what we in the industry refer to as “Out Of Kit” special effects.


Day 1: Fake Blood, Puss-filled Boils, Pimples, Scrapes, Scabs and Scratches
Day 2: Broken Noses and Black Eyes, Bumps and Bruises
Day 3: 1st Degree Burns–>3rd Degree Burns, Scars, Chapped Lips
Day 4: Zombies / Werewolves
Day 5: Final Project and Photo Shoot Day! Followed by a Costume Party


Children & Tweens
Ages 9-13
Extended Care Available
Professional Staff
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overview our camp territory

SPFX KIDS Camp is centrally located at Artscape Youngplace in Downtown Toronto’s West Queen West Area. We welcome campers from all of Toronto and the GTA and are easily accessible by bike, public Transit or Car.


Artscape Youngplace nurtures creation, learning and collaboration through innovative programs, experiences and events in an inspiring, social environment in order to strengthen and grow our community.

Part ideas laboratory, part creativity workshop, Artscape Youngplace is a community cultural hub located in Toronto’s West Queen West neighbourhood, with 75,000 square feet of space devoted to artistic inspiration, learning, growth and expression.

The facility opened in 2013 after a major renovation and community consultation process. Artscape’s $17 million transformation of the building, a former school, was completed just before the centenary of its construction in 1914. Artscape Youngplace is named in recognition of a generous lead gift from The Michael Young Family Foundation.

The artists and organizations inside the building represent a vibrant mix of art forms and cultural mandates and provide many programs and events to enjoy. The surrounding neighbourhood is one of the country’s most creative, and is a major centre for contemporary art in Canada.

180 Shaw Street
Toronto, Ontario

Artscape Youngplace is located in the West Queen West neighbourhood near the intersection of Queen and Ossington and is readily accessible by bike, transit or car. Please note there is street parking available on the streets around the building as well as “Green P” lots nearby.

Artscape Youngplace is fully accessible by Ontario standards, with a wheelchair ramp at the 180 Shaw Street doors, an elevator servicing every floor and a fully accessible washroom on every level.

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Misty Fox
Creative director, camp creator
Lindsey Williams
Camp Director
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Address: 180 Shaw Street
Toronto, Ontario
Phone: (647) 951-2381