2016 Art Camp Information: 

Do you want to learn Bebop music, explore the elements of dance, try weaving, be in a play and design the set?

Children between the ages of 6-11 will have an opportunity to do this and a lot more at our fourth annual Virginia Murrell Summer Art Camp July 11-14 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset.

Two sessions will be held for children between the ages of 6-11. Different activities will be held during each session.

Session 1 (July 11-12) will include bebop kids music (instructor JoAnna Moses); chalk painting (instructor Edith Lovett); set building (instructor Heather Massey); gardening (instructor Edith Lovett); basic western dance (instructors Jill Blair & Joe Ledington); marimba (instructor Adam Hopper); kids kitchen (instructor Debra Hines); and drama (instructor Heather Massey).

Session 2 (July 13-14) will include Outside the Box art session (instructor Debra Hines); etiquette & tablescapes (instructors Laura Glover & Tonya Helton); voice (instructor Heather Massey); Let's Dance (instructor Britini Shoemaker); artsy paper creation (instructor Debra Hines); storytelling (instructor Kaity Stogsdill); weaving with kids (instructor Debra Hines); watercolor beach memories watercolor painting (instructor Kristy Salley); and aboriginal acrylic art (instructor Kristy Salley).

To register, stop by the front lobby at The Center from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday and pick up a registration packet or download a copy of the registration form from The Center's website atwww.centertech.com. Registration forms must be completed and returned to The Center. 

Registration is $50 per child per session or $75 per child for both sessions. A maximum of 25 students per age group will be accepted for each session.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided by Pulaski County Schools Summer Feeding Program.

For more information, contact Dianna Winstead or Debra Hines at 606-677-6000 or stop by The Center at 2292 South U.S. 27 (at Traffic Light 15) in Somerset to learn more about the camp and pick up registration packets.