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Amsterdam summer camp brings STEAM to creative kids

August 09, 2019 06:01 PM

AMSTERDAM - The Walter Elwood Museum sponsored a four-week art camp.  Kids of all ages were invited for free to learn about art and art history.  

The children learned about pop art, surrealism, sculpture, and ceramics.  The museum uses its own collection to teach kids about art, science, engineering and culture.  

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The museum has these STEM and STEAM camps throughout the year including Thanksgiving and Christmas break as well as on Martin Luther King Day.

NewsChannel 13 Photojournalist Joshua Morrell takes you to camp by watching his video.


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