This June, a Summer Art & Nature Camp will be offered at Wrightwood Elementary School. This will be the first year for the event and is sponsored by, Drawing Together, a local non-profit founded by artist and Wrightwood resident Jamie Crooke Powell. The organization is dedicated to furthering arts education in schools and focusing on community-based creative art projects.
The summer camp will provide students the chance to appreciate art and nature while rotating through 3 different classes each day. Subjects include a music class taught by Wrightwood Education Studio, a visual arts class taught by Drawing Together, and a geology class led by Nature Reconnection School.
The week-long camp will be offered twice, from June 19th – 23rd and again the following week, June 26th- 30th. Classes will be held in the morning at Wrightwood Elementary School from 9:00 am-12:00 pm each day. The cost is $50 per child for the week and is open to children ages 6-12. Registration begins Wednesday, March 1st, and is limited to the first 60 students, so be sure to sign up early!
To register for the camp or for more information, visit www.drawingtogether.city/summer-art-and-nature-camp/