Campus News

Hands-on Art Camp for Kids Aug 17-21

July 22, 2015

Communications Staff

The ninth-annual Firelands Association for the Visual Arts (FAVA) and Allen Memorial Art Museum (AMAM) Kids Summer Art Camp will take place August 17-21. The camp exposes children ages 6 to 12 to a variety of artistic materials and techniques through hands-on classes taught by local artists. It culminates with a reception and display of campers’ work.

See the News Center to learn about the history and mission of the summer camp, as well as types of projects past campers have created. Contact Jason Trimmer, Eric and Jane Nord family curator of education at AMAM, at jtrimmer@oberlin.edu or James Peake ’06, FAVA education and outreach coordinator, at favaeducation@oberlin.net for information on this year’s camp.

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This Week in Photos: Bike Culture at Oberlin

September 8, 2021

It’s the 1960s, and a small group of students are standing with bicycles while a photographer takes their picture near a “caution 4,000 bikes in Oberlin” sign. This iconic photo is a tribute to Oberlin’s bike culture and serves as inspiration for this week’s photo series.
A small group of students stand next to a bicycle sign while holding their bikes.