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Oak Park Arts District Kid’s Art Camp!

June 29, 2009

We had a great time again with the Kid’s Art Camp in the Oak Park Arts District!  For the last two weeks we had almost 40 kids rotate between 10 studios each morning for a creative experience they just can’t get anywhere else!  They had the opportunity to learn from professional artists in their professional art studios and galleries.   Everything from fusing glass to dance and performing arts, culinary arts, print making, origami, painting, mixed media and of course fiber art too!  And the kids were so enthusiastic, creative and inspiring and fun to be with each day.  I love to share the joy of what I do and to see the kids respond and appreciate it is wonderful.  I’ll never know if I created a spark that starts the fire in a child…but sometimes the kids restart my fire and this group really did that for me.  Now I just need to find some time to get creative in the studio myself!

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  1. Carol Strunc permalink
    July 14, 2009 5:15 pm

    Hi Pamela,
    I was given your name by Dawn Ferencak (we work at the Wednesday Journal together), and she thought you may be able to help me.
    I have been wearing a barrette to hold my hair back in a low pony tail. It is covered with a decorative black “bow of sorts”, and since it’s the only one I have, and have had it for years, I can’t find a replacement anywhere. I would like to have a few barrettes made in different fabrics, but a similar style. Would you be able to do something like that, or can you recommend someone who might? I would so appreciate it.

    Carol Strunc

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