Summer Clay Camp for Kids
Description: The children will be wheel throwing, hand building and sculpting for kids with Paul Waldron. Paul is a popular teacher, who was formally art teacher at Basis as well as at the Tucson Art Museum. The children will have a short break for snacks.
Dates: July 14; July 16-17; July 21; July 23-24; July 28; July 30-31
Hours: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Where: Tucson Clay Co-op School, Gallery & Clay Paint Bar
Address: 3326 N. Dodge Blvd.
Cost: $145 for each 2 week session, which meets Tues., Thurs, & Friday from 9 til Noon
Organization: Tucson Clay Co-op
Registration website: www.tucsonclayco-op.com
Registration deadline: July 21, 2020
Is the registration fee refundable? Yes
Camp days offered: Half-day
Maximum attendees: 12
Is lunch offered? No
Extended days offered: No
Discounts: The Tucson Clay Co-op is offering full scholarships NOT for our summer camp, but for our Saturday morning kids class as well as teenage clay class Thursday afternoon
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