Campers Share Their Creativity

By Abby Maeir, Rosh Omanut (Arts) 

Machon and Tikvah campers who chose Intensive Art during the first four weeks of camp made their creative mark here at camp not only by designing and painting the hitting wall and creating a brand new scoreboard for the baseball field, but also by beautifying our local community through an impressive experiential art project.  

As part of the Fourth of July celebration in Eagle River, our campers designed and decorated the three front windows and front door of the Warehouse Art Center.  The Warehouse Art Center is a non-profit that serves as Eagle River’s artistic hub, providing quality education, programming, and events that explore all aspects of creativity for all ages.
 
Our campers loved sharing their creativity in this public art display!  Since then, thousands of visitors have visited Eagle River and enjoyed the festive display of patriotic art made by our campers.
 

Linda Hoffenberg