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Summer Art Camp

Gibbes Summer Art Camp is wrapping up its third week of creative fun. The campers have been busy studying and making art from around the globe including Africa, New Zealand, and other faraway lands. Pictured are campers making clay necklaces with their teacher Mrs. Sally Collins.

Spots are still available in the Art Story sessions scheduled for July 12-16 (ages 4-7) and July 19-23 (ages 8-12). To register, contact Rebecca Sailor at 843.722.2706 x41.

Olivia Jones

Olivia Jones

 

Gray Willits

Gray Willits

Shep Richards

Shep Richards

 

Gray and Shep discuss the day's work

Gray and Shep discuss the day's work

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