Photo Kate Clark

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Monday, July 17, 2017 - 9:30am
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 - 9:30am
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 9:30am

July 17 thru 19, 9:30am – 3:00pm daily
Cost $90
​Ages 9 to 13

Parkeology Day Camp is lead by artist Kate Clark, and is an educational program and public art series about lesser known sites, stories and senses of our city parks. This camp is perfect for students who are interested in the outdoors, hands-on art activities and time travel. For three days, we will transform Pioneer Park into our studio, basecamp and exploratory headquarters. 
We will travel to different layers of time: hearing stories about the rocks, river, plants and even humans of Pioneer Park. Special guests such as chefs, biologists and historians will visit the camp for mini field trips. Inspired by these themes each day we will create multi-media art projects including printmaking, sculpture, and even a meal with local ingredients. 
Activities include:

  • Storytelling with the Skagit County Historical Museum
  • Sculpting plaster and clay artwork
  • Nature hike with Denise Crow
  • Cyanotype photography
  • Outdoor Salmon Cooking 
  • Soapmaking

Cost: $90. Click here to pay your enrollment fee online.

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