THE MUSEUM of Arts and Sciences’ second Arts Camp exhibit, which opened yesterday, marked the start of the Museum’s educational art programs this school year.

The exhibit showcases the outputs of the participants during the Summer Arts camp last May 20-25 in Tam-Awan Village, Baguio City. It will serve as the Museum’s first offering for the students—especially the freshmen—for this school year.

According to Jocelyn Tullao, assistant gallery curator and project head, the project shows that the Museum is not just a place for displaying stuffed animals.

“The Museum is not just a repository for all these things. We want our students to know that there are other activities here. And that they can come here from time to time because there’s always something different,” Tullao said.

The exhibit will run until the second week of July. It will be followed by photography classes, which the Museum will hold during weekends. Elka Krystle R. Requinta

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