Butler Institute of American Art – Summer Visual Arts Day Camp

July 18, 2017

July 18, 2017

10:00 To 14:00

https://butlerart.com/

$135

(330) 743-1107

Event Description

Each year, the Butler hosts its annual Summer Visual Arts Day Camp for children. Begun in 1989, this unique program focuses on young people from special constituencies, and is conducted within the galleries of the Butler’s Trumbull branch. Children from the region between the ages of eight and twelve are eligible for the camp. Summer Camp for 2017 will be held Tuesday through Friday, July 18 – 21 and July 25 -28, 2017.  Call the Education Department at 330-743-1107,  Ext. 1101 or email for more information.

Contact Information

info@butlerart.com

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