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Art Camp 2013: What Did You Make This Summer?

Art Camp 2013 wrapup

Q: What did you make at Art Camp?

A: These colorful fiber creatures!

A koala and giraffe from Julie Booth's fiber camp.
A koala and giraffe from Julie Booth’s fiber camp.
Felted egg creatures from Margaret Cerutti's fiber camp.
Felted egg creatures from Margaret Cerutti’s fiber camp.

Felt egg people 2

A: These silver rings!

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Sterling silver rings from Whitney Staiger's teen jewelry camp.
Sterling silver rings from Whitney Staiger’s teen jewelry camp.

A: These beautiful paintings!

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art camp paintings

A: These biomorphic self-portraits!

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A: These paper-mache animals!

Paper-mache dragons and pigs.
Dragons, pigs, and mice from the Life Size Paper Mache teen workshop.

Paper mache mouse

Photo by Lisa Schumaier

A: These paper masks!

Art camp masks

A: Clay everything!

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A: These future movie stars!

Mermaids

Scuffers

The Art League’s Summer Art Camp wraps up this week. Everything you see above was made by an art camper this summer!

Registration for Art Camp 2014 opens in February. In the meantime, don’t forget about our art classes for ages five and up this fall.

Photos by Julie Booth, Margaret Cerutti, Whitney Staiger, Amber Toeller, Ali Wunder, and Lisa Schumaier. Art Camp 2013 T-Shirt design (top) by Stephen Procopio.

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Did you know: The Art League's Art Camp is the longest running visual arts camp in the area! We've been here for more than 30 years! While sadly we can't find any photos from the '80s (please let us know if you have any lying around), let's take a look back at the last several years of burgeoning kid artists and eight years of fun at Art Camp!

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