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Fuller Lodge Art Center calls their Summer Art Camp “The Best Six Weeks of Summer” and countless children from Los Alamos, surrounding communities and even foreign countries will agree. This summer, between 80 and 100 students from age four through sixth grade filled the classrooms at the Art Center each week, while teens met for classes at Village Arts. Whether painting, drawing, sculpting, dying yarn and knitting or creating things from recycled materials, these young artists were exploring their creativity with enthusiasm and laughter.
To celebrate this next generation of artists, the Art Center will share the fruits of their artistic endeavors with the public in the “Summer Art Camp Showcase” starting Monday. The weeklong showcase culminates with a cookies and Kool-Aid open house from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 11.
The adults who teach at Art Camp are all artists and said they look forward to sharing their working expertise with children in the summer. Living Treasure Thelma Hahn brings her joy of art to the children — and maybe even grandchildren — of her former Los Alamos Public Schools students.
Cosby Lindquist just finished up his master’s degree in fine arts in Ohio.
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