JULY 27–31, 2020

Week 4 Theme: Have you looked into the eyes of an animal and seen its soul? Do you seem to know what your pet is thinking? Campers will imagine animals as extensions of their own souls and even guides to other realms and moments in time.

Inspired by Visionary artist Kim Weston’s photographs of Native American powwows and John Raimondi’s wolf sculpture in the Park. Weston’s dynamic photographs illustrate the bridge between the visible world and other worlds beyond what the eye alone can see. While Raimondi’s bronze Lupus is at once grounded in the woods and twists upward as if its spirit is taking flight.  

Week 4 Project: Campers will engineer animal avatars adventures. Other worlds will be designed and constructed mystically transporting participants. Life-sized animated puppets will serve as escorts. Extraordinary environments and creatures will prompt us to question whether we’re still at home or have traveled beyond our plane of existence?

Members: $225
Not-Yet-Members: $285

Email Donna Berube, for information regarding partial or full financial assistance.

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