Young artists

Submitted photos Mifflin County participants in the 2018 Young Artists Camp were, from left, front, Kaden Varner, Nicholas Adkins, Collin Smith and Hayden Dippery; back, Adison Pecht, Angelina Hartsock, Anthony Schiech, Ashton Crosson and Donavan Austin. Students created artwork using recycled water bottles, instructed by Angela Dysinger and the Mifflin Juniata Arts Council, based on the work of Dale Chihuly. The Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11, partnering with Community Partnerships RC&D, made possible four camps this summer —art, science, culinary/local food and folk and traditional art. The art camp also included a docent-guided tour of the Palmer Museum of Art and saw ‘Gravity Schmavity: Repurposed Plastic Sculpture by Aurora Robson’ at The Arboretum at Penn State.
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Students created artwork using recycled water bottles, instructed by Angela Dysinger and the Mifflin Juniata Arts Council, based on the work of Dale Chihuly.
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Students created artwork using recycled water bottles, instructed by Angela Dysinger and the Mifflin Juniata Arts Council, based on the work of Dale Chihuly.

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Mifflin County participants in the 2018 Young Artists Camp were, from left, front, Kaden Varner, Nicholas Adkins, Collin Smith and Hayden Dippery; back, Adison Pecht, Angelina Hartsock, Anthony Schiech, Ashton Crosson and Donavan Austin. Students created artwork using recycled water bottles, instructed by Angela Dysinger and the Mifflin Juniata Arts Council, based on the work of Dale Chihuly. The Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11, partnering with Community Partnerships RC&D, made possible four camps this summer –art, science, culinary/local food and folk and traditional art. The art camp also included a docent-guided tour of the Palmer Museum of Art and saw ‘Gravity Schmavity: Repurposed Plastic Sculpture by Aurora Robson’ at The Arboretum at Penn State.

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