“According to Fulton, the summer program includes tie-dying, stone carving, drawing and felting. Students can craft mosaics, clay tiles, batik paintings, dolls and clothes, papier mâché sea creatures that they use to create dioramas, and felt treasure pouches used to collect glass beads that Fulton hides around her property.”
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Meadowedge Art for Children, a non profit organization supported by donations and tuition, provides area children an intimate studio environment where each child is encouraged to explore and expand his or her unique enthusiasms and skills for making art.
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