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Carlos Museum has summer camp options
By Leslie King | Emory Report | April 28, 2014
Camp Carlos, the summer program at the Michael C. Carlos Museum, still has some openings available in some of the summer camps offered at the museum.
All sessions of camp include studio activities with practicing visual artists in Atlanta and visits to the Carlos Museum galleries, where campers learn from artists of the ancient world.
Openings are available in:
Around the World with Indigo
July 7-11 (ages 7-9)
July 14-18 (ages 10-12)
Textile artist Paula Vester will teach children the magic of dyeing with indigo, a plant that originated in India and spread to Europe, through an exploration of cultures around the world and through works of art in the Carlos Museum.
July 21-25 and July 28-August 1 (Ages 13-17)
In this two-week camp, stone sculptor Jane Jaskevich will teach teens to shape stone inspired by works in the Carlos Museum. These include sculptures made from alabaster, marble and limestone are some of the most enduring works of art from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
For more information, see the Carlos Museum or call 404-727-0519.
Celebrating 21 years of providing summer programs for children and teenagers, Camp Carlos creates learning experiences about civilizations from every continent—from Egypt to Europe and Africa to the Americas.