Campers will create art projects about cats, dogs, horses, rabbits, fish and other favorite pets, real or imaginary. Art projects will teach campers to draw, paint, sculpt and craft their animals in new and exciting ways. Campers can bring in pictures or stuffed animals to use as models for projects, and arrangements can potentially be made to have a pet visit and model.
Arts (Single- or multi-day)
Alpine Arts Center
4-6 (mornings only), 7-12 (half day or full day)
Alpine Arts Center, 280 Main St., Unit C-101, Riverwalk at Edwards
8/10/20 – 8/14/20
Number of sessions: 1
$49 half day, $79 full day (discounted weekly rates and 10-day punch cards available; early-bird discounts through April 15)
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