Final week of Hands-on Arts Camp to feature Native American art

By Tessie Garcia
Special to The PREVIEW

The third and final week of Hands-On Arts Camp will explore the art and music of Native Americans.

June 26-29 will be Native American themed art such as Navajo chickens, storytellers, sand painting and cave kid petroglyph paper sculptures along with Native music.

Art teachers Tessie Garcia and Lisa Brown and music teacher Tamis Bryson bring their expertise and love of teaching to Hands-On Arts Camp. The Camp is for students entering the first through sixth grades and runs Monday through Thursday. Student drop-off is at 8:45 a.m., with classes beginning at 9 a.m. in the high school’s art rooms.

On Thursday, students will showcase their art creations in an art show and music presentation. For more information, check out our website: http://www.hands-on- artscamp.com.

Join us for the last week of Hands-On Arts Camp fun.

The cost of classes for a week is $120 a week or $35 for a daily drop-off. There are many ways to save with tuition based on your needs, including a family discount of $20 off for each additional child per week. Limited partial scholarships are available upon request. PayPal and checks are accepted.

This story was posted on June 22, 2017.