Summer Youth Programs Offered At Chenango Arts Council
Published: June 24th, 2015
By: Matthew White

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council is pleased to present two exciting programs: Norwich Preparatory Theater and Kids' Summer Art Camp. The programs cater to area youth looking to cash in on artistic expression during this years' summer break, and both morning an afternoon slots are still available.

Kids' Summer Art Camp is geared for students going into grade 5 and up. The class is taught by Matthew Wilson, current Norwich Middle School Art Teacher and owner of Wilson Ceramics. All classes include instruction, supplies, equipment and 2015 Kids Summer Art camp t-shirt.

Students may sign up for weekly half-day classes, all day weekly classes, or the full three-week camp. The Ceramics class is a two-week session due to kiln firing times. Space is limited to 15 students per session, so those interested are encouraged to reserve a spot early.

Registration deadline for the Kids' Summer Art Camp is July 3, 2015. Classes are available both mornings and afternoons Monday July 27 through Friday, August 14. “Camp” will meet in Room 107 at the Chenango Arts Council, 27 West Main Street, Norwich.

• Half-day weekly rate $65 per week (Ceramics: $125 for two week session)

• Full-day weekly rate (morning and afternoon combined): $120

• Full three-week camp rate: $325

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