Kids Create Lego Art

LEGO CAMPEUGENE, Ore. — A camp built for Lego fans is happening at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, one of the many art camps it offers this summer.

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.

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