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Art Trek

Art Trek
Artistic Nature
For campers entering grades 3-6
9:00 A.M.-3:30 P.M.

Space is Limited!

The goal of the Art Trek outdoor education program is to challenge and encourage students with aspiring interests and emerging skills in art. Taught by county art teachers, the Art Trek experience offers drawing, painting, sculpture, as well as other activities. Students will have the opportunity to become acquainted with new friends with similar artistic interests. Swimming, canoeing, and back by popular demand- The Water Carnival will be offered again this year. These activities will be supervised by certified aquatic instructors at all times.

Students needing bus transportation will be sent bus stop and schedule information at a later date.

$275.00. Financial Assistance Scholarships my be available to students.

Students will be provided with lunch and a snack each day.

Application Procedures
1. Students must complete the application form by May 30th, 2018.
2. Selection by Committee will be based on the student application form and artwork. Space is limited!
3. Selection decisions will be mailed to parents of applicants from the Art Office.
4. Payment information will be sent to applicants that are accepted into the camp.

 *NEW this year - online registration** Applications will require you to create a Google login, unless you already have a Google account. If creating an account, it is not necessary to create a “gmail” email account - you can use any email address you currently own. Please note creating a login and Google account is free.


 Follow-up Mailing to Participants

Students selected to participate will receive a map to Arlington Echo, a student camper information form, and a sample schedule of activities for the week as well as transportation information.


Registration for 2019 is not open yet!

If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer click the link below

For more information call the Art Office at 410-222-5450

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