Our "Art Around the World" summer camp for 6-12-year-olds finished its final week last week by focusing on the art, culture and traditions of the country of Nigeria. Campers enjoyed learning about this African country, and made new friends along the way, too. They were delighted on the last day of camp, when they got to be the teacher (and hosts) during the end-of-week reception when they showed their friends and family all of the art they created.
One of the pieces they created from that week of camp is already on display at the St. Petersburg Museum of History, which is a bonus and source of pride for these campers.
Creative Clay is greatly appreciative to all of its sponsors, including Creative Pinellas, who helped fund the camp through its generous Rapid Returns grant, and the St. Petersburg Museum of History, who proudly dedicated valuable gallery space to showcase these young artists' work.
Visit our web site at www.creativeclay.org to learn more about our summer camp, how you can become involved as a volunteer or sponsor (or both!) and about our generous camp sponsors.