The AIMH’s Da Vinci Backpack Summer Camp wrapped up last week after a fun-filled 5 days of learning about, and creating art. The camp consisted of seven 4th-6th graders, who spent the week working in different mediums from pencils and water colors, to charcoal, pastels and acrylic pants. The students visited Atlantic Seafood Bait & Tackle shop where they learned about the local seafood, and were able to pick out their own subjects for fish printing - generously donated by the shop. They also visited local art shops where they were exposed to the work local artists. On the final day, the students held an art show where they presented their work to friends and family.
Our Move Like a Timucuan camp begins on July 9th. Reserve your spots now!
To sign up contact Liz at 261-7378 ext 100