LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Postmark LaFollette will host a free Art Camp in July for youth ages 10-18.

All supplies will be provided for the youth to learn about ‘crafting in art’ and design and create a variety of projects.  Coronavirus Social Distancing will be in place.

The teachers for the sessions will be Joyce Fernandez, Elaine Schatzline-Behr, and Julie VanArsdale.  Class is limited to ten youngsters with each participant at their own six-foot work table.  All youth must be willing to wear a mask and adhere to the social guidelines currently in effect.

The sessions will start Monday, July 6 and run through the entire month of July, with the last session on July 31.  All sessions will meet from 9 a.m. to noon on each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.   Applications will be taken through Thursday, June 25 unless the class reaches ten participants prior to that date.  The class is limited to 10 participants.

Application for attendance can be found HERE under the Art Camp drop down.  It can be downloaded and emailed for approval.  Anyone interested can also email and request an application be sent.    Once applications are received, a release form will be sent that will need to be signed that youth will adhere to the wearing of masks as well as following guidelines as set by the instructors, with a photo release.

Due to the social distancing guidelines a reception for the viewing of these creative youth cannot be held at this time.  But Postmark will post and update its website weekly so participants works may be seen.   (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/15/2020-6AM)