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Youth area introduces kids to world of art
Written by ALEX ASPACHER Sentinel Staff Writer   
Monday, 26 August 2013 15:39
Olivia Karas, 3, of Swanton (middle) smiles as she tries on a paper hat made by volunteer Debbie Whitson (left) as father Jason Karas (right) has a look. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Children will have a chance to travel the globe when they visit the BG Kiwanis Youth Arts Village at the Black Swamp Arts Festival.
With an international theme this year, the festival’s youngest guests will be given passports to be marked as they travel between different areas, said Matt Reger, who’s organizing the youth activities that are always a big hit.
One stop will focus on Australian aboriginal art, and another on French stained glass, with children creating their own colorful windows. They’ll also be able to paint on ceramic tile in the spirit of Italian artists and create Egyptian necklaces and Mexican masks.
“This way, they’ll get some exposure from different parts of the world, and also express themselves in unique and different ways and feel like a part of the festival,” Reger said.
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