2005-08-12 / Community

RAA’s Camp KidsmArt Ends Season With Exhibit


Children and adults gather outside the entrance to Studio 6 at Fort Tilden.Children and adults gather outside the entrance to Studio 6 at Fort Tilden.The kidsmART Band performs on the Moon Stage.The kidsmART Band performs on the Moon Stage.A mother and her son look at a painting he took part in creating.
A mother and her son look at a painting he took part in creating. Some kidsmART campers get a chance to solo as their fellow dancers surround them. 
Some kidsmART campers get a chance to solo as their fellow dancers surround them. As kidsmART campers perform on the Moon Stage, others watch from the window of the sTudio 7 gallery.As kidsmART campers perform on the Moon Stage, others watch from the window of the sTudio 7 gallery.Isabella Grillo’s “Painting” and Eric Vanella’s “Having a Catch” are two of the shadow figures from the exhibit in sTudio 6.Isabella Grillo’s “Painting” and Eric Vanella’s “Having a Catch” are two of the shadow figures from the exhibit in sTudio 6.KidsmART campers perform theater by improvising different scenes suggested by the audience.
KidsmART campers perform theater by improvising different scenes suggested by the audience. A giant mask hangs inside the “High School to Art School” exhibit building.
A giant mask hangs inside the “High School to Art School” exhibit building. With artwork hanging from the back, youngsters perform several different types of dance.
With artwork hanging from the back, youngsters perform several different types of dance. Counselors and some kidsmART campers pose for the Wave’s camera.
Counselors and some kidsmART campers pose for the Wave’s camera. Youngsters from the T-6 division of the camp perform their own version of the classic Beach Boy song “Surfing USA” – “Surfing Rockaway.”Youngsters from the T-6 division of the camp perform their own version of the classic Beach Boy song “Surfing USA” – “Surfing Rockaway.”With masks in the background and foreground, adults and youngsters stop to look at a table of sculptures.
With masks in the background and foreground, adults and youngsters stop to look at a table of sculptures.

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