Kids can keep their creativity flowing this summer at one of five art camps to be offered at the Community Arts Center of Cambria County.
The three-day camps have been a popular draw at the arts center for many years, and approximately 400 children are expected to take part in this summer's activities, arts center executive director Rosemary Hagadus said.
The camps will be held June 21-23, July 12-14, July 19-21, Aug. 9-11 and Aug. 16-18 and will teach art techniques focused on popular children's movies "Gnomeo and Juliet," "Rio" and "Rango."
"We've found that has been a popular concept for us," Hagadus said. "We build artwork around the movies and do some play acting with them as well."
The camps are open to children 3 to 12, with 15 total classes across three age groups available and taught by local artists, art teachers and college students. Attendees will work in media such as painting, drawing and pottery.
"They learn basic techniques, but at the same time work in areas they enjoy," Hagadus said.
Prices vary per class, starting at $15 for arts center members or $17 for non-members.
Specific class information can be found at www.caccc.org.