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As the temperature rises this summer, Toledo Museum of Art becomes the perfect place for children and teens to chill out by enrolling in an art class or weeklong camp. They can study everything from silk painting to blacksmithing, from Impressionism to Aboriginal Australian art.
“The Museum is truly a unique and wonderful place to take an art class,” said Assistant Director of Education Mike Deetsch. “With thousands of works of art spanning history and cultures, there is no better way to learn about yourself and the world around you than through art classes at the Toledo Museum of Art.”
Classes and summer camps are available for children in pre-school through high school. See www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes for more registration information and complete class descriptions.
Do you have black smith class
The Museum offers an assortment of blacksmithing and metalsmithing classes. The Winter/Spring 2014 class catalog is now available and can be found here: http://www.toledomuseum.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/ClassCatalog_Winterspring2014.pdf
Scholarships are also available. You can learn more at http://www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/.
Hello, I am interested in information of our 2016 Summer Camp. Will you send me some information.
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