Art in the Community Program: Annual Student Show & STEAM Camp News
Art in the Community Director Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez shares an update on the conclusion of the Annual Student Show and the beginning of the program’s popular STEAM Camps:
About the Art in the Community Show:
Our Art in the Community student show concluded this Saturday, May 30. The work will be returned to students this week, before public school ends. The work made by Washington Elementary will go on tour, thanks to Point Richmond artist Virginia Rigney. The pieces will be shown at Jubilee and Interactive Resources over the next weeks.
About STEAM Camp:
We have two spots left at of our STEAM camps at Grant Elementary. The camps are free to students who receive free lunch. Documentation is required. One student per family. Younger or older siblings can register for the free summer program at Grant. The super hero academy camp for students aged 8-10 begins on June 22, and the kinetic mosaic sculpture camp for students aged 11-14 begins on July 6. The camps run for a week, from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. For more information, please call 510-620-5543.
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