Art Camp when School is OUT!
When: Monday, February 21, 1-4pm
Where: NEW BUILDING 2313 Beatrice Ave.
For this camp, we will focus on empathy in American history and the proliferation of the idea of walking a mile in someone else's shoes. This concept came from Native American culture and was put into poetic form by Mary Lathrap in 1895. Since then, it is a commonly used phrase in church, school, and everyday life. Cultivating empathy in our culture is of great importance and relevancy, especially in our contentious political environment. Students will draw each other's shoes in a complex composition and have conversations about each other's paths and experiences.