Published: Jul 26, 2019 07:00 AM
The first session of Newtown Continuing Education’s SMART (Summer Music and Art) Camp wrapped up on Friday, July 19.
Throughout the afternoon, children and their families collected crafts the campers had made during the two weeks, including artwork, tie-dyed bandanas, and sculptures.
Family members were also invited to attend the performance of the original play The Shimmerwater Swap that was created by campers in the Theater & Performance Workshop and Production & Performance Workshop. Instructors for the workshops were Kyle Watkins and Stephanie Pilavin.
Session II of SMART Camp is scheduled to take place July 22 to August 2.
On the final day of SMART Camp’s first session on July 19, campers in The Shimmerwater Swap filled the stage as family members looked on from the audience. —Bee Photos, Silber
Pictured from left are cast members Charlotte Cumberton, Elizabeth Milller, Sean Conlin, Addison Strychalsky, and Noah Kooper performing in The Shimmerwater Swap play at SMART Camp.
Acting in the SMART Camp original play were campers, from left, Leah Laughlin, Shayna Clark, Lily Clemen, Estelle Skerik, Emma Dever, Ava Geiger, and Gabby Hilario on July 19.
Siblings Victoria Baghdady, 10, and David Baghdady, 11, sat with their bountiful collection of sculptures they had each created during the first session of SMART Camp.
Teagan Luby, 7, smiles next to her many sculpture creations that she made during the first session of SMART Camp.
Twelve-year-old Maya Raslan created a whole book of artwork during the cartooning class at SMART Camp and showcases her favorite dragons she made.
Brothers Connor Tobin, 9, and Ryan Tobin, 6, show off their tie-dye bandannas and sculpture on the final day of SMART Camp on July 19.