Arts on Main in Gloucester has opened its summer camp program this year, under physical distancing, a face-mask requirement and other safety protocols.
Each week campers from ages 9 to 12 will explore a different medium over a three-day period through a variety of crafts and projects, said a press release. The classes are held from 9:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
In session one, from July 29-31, campers dive into the colorful world of paint, mixing colors and playing with acrylics on canvas.
Session two, from Aug. 5-7, involves campers working with fibers of all kinds, learning to sew a variety of stitches that will be used to create stuffed emojis and creatures.
In session three, from Aug. 12-14, participants will create three dimensional masterpieces with papier-mâché, learning to construct, cover and color their creations with paint.
Classes are $50 for a three-day session, and participants may register for one session or all sessions. Each ses...
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