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A Look Back at Art Camp 2019

The Madison Annex is decidedly quieter this week as Art Camp 2019 wraps up. After a fun and creative summer, campers are making their way back to school for the 2019-2020 year. We can’t wait to have them back again next year, but in the meantime let’s take a look at all of the creativity of the Summer 2019 Art Camps!

Photos of Art Camp 2019

An Art Camper creates his own Van Gogh inspired still life


Another camper works on her own still life
Another camper works on her own floral still life


An older camper works on figurative drawing
An older camper works on figurative drawing


Crazy creative creatures by our Art Campers


Older campers working with “models”


Landscapes created by some of our younger campers


Creating 3D sculptures


Ready for action with these sculptures


Amazing detail on this character’s head!

See last year’s numbers and more here.

We love Summer Art Camp…but there’s no need to wait for the warm weather to get your kids to explore their inner artist! Check out our fall classes and workshops for kids and teens and get them registered!

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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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