For the families who are beginning to map out their child’s summer plan, consider Marylhurst’s Creative Arts Day Camp as one of your options. As a Marylhurst graduate and previous Creative Arts Day CampAssistant Director, I strongly recommend this program!
The Creative Arts Day Camp for children with and without special needs is a one-week, half-day program where children have access to creative arts therapists (music, art, drama, poetry, dance/movement). Campers will participate in projects that reinforce the ideal of achieving one’s maximum potential in a friendly and adaptive environment that fosters success.
July 13 – 16, 2015 for children aged 5-9
July 20 – 23, 2015 for children aged 10-13
COST: $200 per week
Marylhurst University, 17600 Pacific Highway, Marylhurst, OR 97036, USA
Published by Angie Kopshy
Angie Kopshy received a Master’s in Piano from Boise State University before returning to Portland, Oregon, to study and pursue music therapy. Upon completion of her internship, Angie founded a music therapy clinic that specialized in helping children with autism transform their lives with music, paying particular attention to the enhancement of communication, anxiety reduction, motor planning, and social engagement.
Angie recently left her clinic, teaching position at Pacific University and her band, Stoneface Honey, to write in the mountains of Montana. When she isn't helping run Herbaceous Inc., a medical marijuana dispensary in Butte, or facilitating music therapy sessions at Big Sky Music Therapy, Angie is working on her first novel and writing short essays for Behind Every Feminist. Angie is still writing music for Stoneface Honey who released their latest album, Resolved to the Mutual Satisfaction of Both Parties in August of 2018.
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