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Virtual Camp: Food for Thought
The famous gourmet Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin once said, “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you who you are.” Food is not only for survival: it is part of our identity! It can be an expression of likes and dislikes. It can be a reminder of a happy memory, beloved family tradition or celebration. It can be tied to what country your family came from, where you live now or a place that you visited. In this camp, you will explore how food has meaning for you. You will create a self-portrait inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo and a food truck with miniature clay foods.
The Museum offers three options for online campers:
1) Parents buy their own supplies.
2) Parents pick up supplies at the Museum for an additional $10. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to order your supplies.
3) Museum ships supplies to student’s home for an additional $20 . Please allow at least one week’s mail time. Please email email@example.com to order your supplies.
Student set of markers
Student set of colored pencils
Fine point black Sharpie
Thin point black Sharpie
Small bottle white liquid glue
4 oz white model magic
Paintbrush set of varied sizes (preferably round)
Student set of crayons
Parents/guardians, please provide: Place for student to work, water cup, smock or old shirt