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Campers create, collaborate during art camp

9:18 PM, Jun. 28, 2013
Students at Camp College of Fine Arts and Communication held at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Pointdraw creative renditions Friday of the environmental sculpture created by Patrick Dougherty. The students studied different forms of art under UWSP art professors.
Students at Camp College of Fine Arts and Communication held at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Pointdraw creative renditions Friday of the environmental sculpture created by Patrick Dougherty. The students studied different forms of art under UWSP art professors.
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Art and music students from throughout the Midwest traveled to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to learn and collaborate during the weeklong Camp College of Fine Arts and Communication.

The camp aims to increase awareness of the arts and getting students into the program at UWSP. Camp director and art professor Mark Brueggeman taught students throughout the week.

Half of the 38 students attending the camp are on an art track and spent eight hours a day working in five different art fields. Students paid $650 for tuition and stayed on campus. ...

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