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IPFW summer arts camp gives life to clay pets

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Trey Nitza, 6, left, rolls out clay to make a snake while instructor Sarah Rayle works with Isaac Warnick, 5, during “Clay Pets in 3-D” at IPFW Community Arts Academy Kids Summer Camp in the Fine Arts Building. Other camps include: “Digital Editing Using Adobe Premiere,” “Manga Mania,” “Photoshop: Creating Digital Images,” “Painting: Splash of Color,” “Metalsmithing Basics” and “Creative Digital Photography.” For information on upcoming camps, call the arts academy at 481-6059.

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