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Summer Camp 2013

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Deep Roots: Exploring American Indian Cultures | 4th-5th| July 8-12
Partner Camp with Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Begin your day at NHMU exploring the rich histories and vibrant contemporary cultures of Utah’s indigenous peoples. You’ll experience the important role of storytelling, music, dance, food and symbolism in passing cultures through the generations. You’ll also meet some of the Indian people carrying forward these traditions in new and exciting ways. Travel to the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in the afternoons to explore art portraying or made by Native Americans in the Bierstadt to Warhol: American Indians in the West exhibit. You’ll be inspired by the western landscapes and learn about contemporary American Indian artists and their culture. Each day will include art-making games and activities.

Drop campers off at NHMU by 8:30am and pick them up at UMFA at 4:30pm. A transportation fee of $30 is included.

Full Day Session 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Bring a Friend for Half Price!
While supplies last, register one child for this camp at the regular fee and a second child can register at half price. Please complete the regular fee registration online. Then call 801-587-3611 (M - F, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm) for assistance with the Half-Price Friend registration. The Half-Price friend registration can be purchased by a different person than the one who purchases the regular fee camp. We will need the name of the child registered at the regular fee when you call.

Camp beings
Monday, July 08, 2013 at 8:30 AM
 
Attendees: 1 $275.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $250.50 ea.
Attendees: 1 $238.25 ea.
Attendees: 1 $226.00 ea.

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