Wooster Christian to host artwork camp with visual, efficiency artwork

Melody Kirby (left), art teacher at Wooster Christian School, shows Violet Fridley (center) and Zac Schar (right) examples of artwork they will be creating at this year's summer art camp. Fridley and Schar participated in last year's program and said they are looking forward to coming back this year.

WOOSTER – After being a camper in the Wooster Christian School artwork camp for quite a few yrs, 14-year-old Evan Berger mentioned he is excited to be coming back this year as a helper.

“I like the possibility to learn new items and then enable other youngsters when I arrive back to train. That’s definitely been my most loved aspect,” Berger said. “And I also just adore the expertise that I see with my friends, and also what I have been equipped to learn throughout the decades.”

At the Wooster Christian School art camp, children age 8-13 create visual art, such as paintings, clay pieces and crafts, and performance art by music and theater performances, although also learning about the Christian faith.

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