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Middle-school-aged students interested in art have several camps to choose from this summer.
Organized by the Brunswick Arts Council, the camps include one being offered at the Buddhist Temple on Midway Road in Bolivia, if enough students sign up.
Four summer art camps are planned June 20 through June 23,
The camps will enable students to work with local, professional artists to create an art project in three days that will be shown to parents and friends on the fourth day, a Saturday.
A fifth summer art camp will be offered June 28-July 1.
The camps will take place at five separate sites so students will have a short distance to travel to attend. The cost is $15 per student, which will cover instruction, classroom rent, insurance, art supplies and snacks.
Students need to be at the art camp classroom at 8 a.m., and classes will adjourn at noon. Parents or friends will need to transport students each day. Parents are always welcome at camp sessions, and if students want to bring art materials from home, they may. The five summer art camps and their locations are listed below.
Anointed Vessels Literary Art Camp, Liberty Street, Ash—Will feature five creative writing from poetry to prose. A reading of student work takes place Saturday, June 23.
Oak Island Art Guild Summer Art Campfor the Fine Arts, Oak Island Recreation Center—Will concentrate on drawing and painting. An art show and sale is Saturday, June 23.
The Way of Asian Art, Buddhist Temple, 1610 Midway Road, Bolivia—Will emphasize quiet, meditative drawing and painting as well as robust artwork out of doors. A show and festival will be Saturday, June 23.
Waterway Art Association Summer Camp in the Fine Arts, Calabash Fire Station, Calabash—Will do foam sculpturing and line-quality studies by usingv drawing and watercolor painting. An art show and sale will take place Saturday, June 23.
Summer Art Camp in Acting, Brunswick Community Colege campus, building A, Supply—Sue MacCullum will conduct this camp June 28-July 1. It will involve the development of a one-act play, which will be presented to family friends on Saturday, July 1.
For more information or to register a student in a Brunswick Arts Council Summer Art Camp, call or email chairman Leon Applegate at 579-2088; firstname.lastname@example.org or treasurer JoAnn Staat at 201-4090; email@example.com.
Visit the Brunswick Arts Council website at www.brunswickartscouncil.org.