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Creativity continuously flows in to the Art Center at Fuller Lodge with each exhibit. To ensure the artistry never stops, the Art Center is hosting registration for summer art camp.The next generation of artists can enroll in weekly classes. They can choose from half day, which run from 9 a.m.-noon or full day classes, which are held from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. “You can spend a whole day (or) a whole week doing art,” said John Werenko, executive director of the Art Center. Classes feature a variety of art forms from tie-dye to paper maché masks. Additionally, students can learn about architectural styles, animal anatomy and fossils. Registration began March 24 and is on-going; students can register through July 19.The classes are open to children who are in first through sixth grade. Werenko said the art camp has operated before he first started working at the center four years ago. Last year, he said, they had their highest enrollment to date, 400 students. Werenko credited extending the age range to kindergartners to the hike in admission.
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