“The Eyes Have It!” Art Experiences Camp

Kids getting crafty at camp.

Art doesn’t always need to be in a frame, you can find it anywhere. Campers at this summer’s Summer Art Camp, “The Eyes Have It!” will embrace this outlook by making their own glasses to see the world as artists do and appreciate things they may not necessarily think of as art. From there, they’ll go to Dawson Studio to create projects with the new eyes of an artist. Su Legatt, an artist and educator who has had work on display in the Museum will lead the camp. “I’m so excited to see the fun and creative activities the campers will do while wearing their ‘artist eyes,’” Museum Director of Education Sandy Ben-Haim said.

This camp runs Aug. 8 – 11 from 9 a.m. to noon. To enroll your child entering grades 2 – 5 or to find more information about our Summer Art Camps click to “The Eyes Have It!” or call 701.232.3821. Deadline for registration is Aug. 3. The Museum is dedicated to providing the best art education experiences in the region through tours, gallery activities, games, and art-making experiences.