Art Camp had a super session this summer! What a wonderful camp filled with campers and counselors who are passionate about making art to glorify God. Art Camp’s theme this summer came from a reading by Frederick Buechner. Buechner writes about “putting a frame around the moment”, to “stop, look, and listen to life on this planet”, and to always “consider the lilies of the field” which are three important points that Art Camp focused on. On the first day at art time, Artist- in-Residence Kathryn posed three questions to each camper to think about throughout the week: what is something that surprised them, challenged them, and something that someone would only know if you talked to them. While our artists were hard at work creating masterpieces, they also had a dance, a talent show, and the flyers went on an overnight to seven springs while the swimmers went on a hayride. We can't wait to see our artists next summer!
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