This summer art camp, which takes place at Blackacre Nature Preserve, is for students in grades 6-8. Workshops include making mosaic lanterns with Lauri Adkins; fiber art with Pat Sturtzel; visual storytelling with Ted Nathanson, and copper sculpture with Guy Tedesco. The week-long camp requires no skill level or prior experience, just a sincere desire to learn.
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