Chattanooga’s Hunter Museum of Art Offers Summer Camps

REPORTING: MICHAEL EDWARD MILLER

The Hunter Museum of American Art is hosting summer camps for children.  These camps take place at the Hunter, in downtown Chattanooga, throughout June and July.

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From the Hunter Museum’s Web site:

The Hunter Museum is offering eight new camps this summer for children ages 5-14 (children must be age listed on the first day of camp). Each summer, talented art instructors design new activities and experiences in the arts for your camper.

Camps incorporate art making, physical activity and field trips to local parks and attractions. Each week of camp closes with an Art Exhibition in the Education Studio Hall where campers share their hard work and creativity with family and friends.  All supplies and snacks (one snack for halfday sessions and two for a full-day session) are included in the camp cost. Camp t-shirts are also included. (Your design could be on everyone’s camp shirt) Packed lunches are required for full-day camps. Spaces is limited, so pre-registration is strongly suggested.

Your child is not enrolled in camp until you receive a confirmation email from enoseworthy@huntermuseum.org.

Contact Erin Noseworthy (432.752.2051) to register by phone, or visit the Web site.

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One Response to “Chattanooga’s Hunter Museum of Art Offers Summer Camps”

  1. Genie Kruskie Says:

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