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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 3 June, 2015
CONTACT: Lori Ann Kruse/Arts for All Nevada
info@artsforallnevada.org
775-826-6100
ArtsForAllNevada.org

(Reno, NV) Arts for All Nevada, formerly VSA arts of Nevada is offering a variety of youth art camps for the month of July during Artown. Visit our calendar of events and classes for registration and for more details. Take a class, give a class! By taking a class, you help provide a class for special populations.

Art Camps
Register for one or more! Art, theater & creative movement/music each day. 9 AM—Noon, ages 6-10

Lake Mansion, 250 Court St. at Arlington Ave., Reno
Monday — Friday | $95 all 5 mornings
6/22-26, 7/6-10*, 7/20 – 24*

Alf Sorensen Community Ctr., 1400 Baring Blvd., Sparks
Monday — Thursday | $75 all 4 mornings
6/22-25, 7/13-16*

New at the Lake Mansion:
Themed Art Camp – Everyday is a different theme. From pioneer days to the future!
Monday — Friday | $95 all 5 mornings
7/13-17 | 9am—noon | ages 6-10

Author’s Camp – Write, illustrate and publish your own book!
Monday — Friday | $135 all 5 days
7/27-30 | 9am to 1:30pm & 7/31| noon to 1:30pm for signing party | ages 10–14

Youth art camps with Arts for All Nevada during the month of July is part of the 20th annual Artown festival, July 2015. The month-long summer arts festival features more than 500 events produced by more than 100 cultural organizations and businesses in locations citywide, with major funding provided by the City of Reno.

Along with diverse programming for specific populations across the state, Arts for All Nevada boasts a robust year-round calendar of open-to-the-public classes, camps and art festivals for children and adults. For more information about Arts for All Nevada, and the Lake Mansion, visit artsforallnevada.org or call 775.826.6100.

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Arts for All Nevada is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to provide quality arts opportunities for ALL focusing on children and adults who have a disability, are disadvantaged, at-risk, or under-served by the arts, while also responsible for the preservation and year-round use of the Lake Mansion as a cultural and historic site.