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Watermark Art Center offers Summer Mark Makers Art Camps

Registration is now open for Watermark Art Center's Summer Mark Makers Art Camps. The program offers artistic experiences for area youth, providing a day of camp experience.

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Registration is now open for Watermark Art Center's Summer Mark Makers Art Camps.
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BEMIDJI — Registration is now open for Watermark Art Center's Summer Mark Makers Art Camps.

The program offers artistic experiences for area youth, providing a day of camp experience.

The sections will be led by Watermark's Art Education Program director Jill Neumann, two art assistants and guest speakers.

Mark Makers Art Camp is divided into three sections defined by grade levels.

Over the Moon camp for grades 1-3 will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Aug. 1-5. This art camp will explore the depth of outer space as participants create art that is out of this world. Campers will work in a variety of mediums including acrylic paint, printmaking, watercolors, clay and more.

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Artful Architecture camp for grades 4-6 will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Aug. 8-12. In this art camp participants will discover and be inspired by the interconnected world of art and architecture. Students will draw, paint, sculpt, use clay, make prints, build and more.

Art Exploratory camp for grades 7-12 will held from 1 to 4 p.m. Aug. 17-19. In this art camp, students will explore different mediums and techniques while creating art. Projects could include drawing, graphic arts, watercolor painting, acrylic painting, mixed media, clay and more. This is a individualized experience for participants.

Information and registration are available online at watermarkartcenter.org/mark-makers-art-camp .

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