Friday, July 23, 2010

From an Intern's Perspective: Summer Mini Arts Camp

On Thursday, July 22, the students of the mini-arts camp participated in the art class where they would put all their creativity into masks of their own. They also got to enjoy a dance class where they warmed up by acting as animals for the weekly theme. This week's theme was "Amazing Animals". They kept adding moves into their dance which will be performed at the end of the camp at an arts festival and celebration on Thursday, July 29. On this day all the parents that wish to attend will come and get a chance to see a wonderful performance by some of their own children. They will also get a chance to check out all the art work done by their children and others.
- Written by Chelsea and Connie are high school students interning with the
Cook Arts Center this summer through the Project COOL program.

Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities administers the programs of
the Cook Arts Center

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