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Clay Art Center Hosts Summer Camp To Sharpen Art Skills

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester's Clay Art Center has announced that it will host 28 themed summer camps for children ages 6-15 to help young artists develop their imaginations and gain self-confidence.

Students ages 6-9 can choose from exciting camps themes including “Colossal Coliseum,” “Minecraft in Clay” and “Monsters, Myths and Magic.”

Students age 10 and older will use the potter’s wheel as a tool to create unique functional and sculptural pieces of art during camps like “Reinventing the Wheel” and “Wheel Throwing Boot Camp.”

Parents can allow children to attend for half-day morning or afternoon camps, or full-day camp including a supervised lunch break.

Class size is limited to give students individual instruction and like-aged students are seated together. Camp registration begins Saturday, Feb. 15.

All registrations received Saturday, Feb. 15 to Saturday, March 15 will receive a 10 percent early-bird discount.

Port Chester residents with children in the Port Chester public school system are eligible to receive a 20 percent discount, and full and partial scholarships are also available. Scholarship applications are due the week before camp and can be found on the website.

Visit the Clay Art Center website to see a full camp listing and to sign up.

Clay Art Center is also seeking reliable high school and college students who would be interested to volunteer or intern this summer to assist with summer camp program. Interested individuals, contact

The Clay Art Center is located at 40 Beech Street, Port Chester.

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