Organizers say the Lego camp is the most popular, so this year they had two.
Kids use Legos to make unique three-dimensional works of art, including statues and mosaics.
“We really hope that the student get a chance to learn how to problem solve. They’re being inspired by both two-dimensional and three-dimensional art forms, and they’re building those critical thinking skills and having fun building upon their interests,” said Arthurina Fears, museum educator for K-12 and studio programs.
There’s still time to sign up for an architecture camp, next week. Click here for more information.