Creativity & Culture Collides

Photo by: Maya Hayashi

What will your camper find in the Wing Luke Museum’s galleries? Magic? An encounter with dragons? Inspiration for creativity?

Wing Luke Museum’s in-person summer camps are back in July and August with three different themed camps for creative explorers ages 6 to 12. Kids make museum spaces their own as they connect with history and have guided creative fun in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District. Your campers will learn about the neighborhood as they flex their creativity and expression through art projects that are sure to delight. Histories, traditions, and cultures collide this summer as we explore the museum in unexpected and engaging ways. Get moving during the action-packed Camp Bruce Lee with daily martial arts training and insightful life lessons from Bruce’s philosophy to help your camper gain confidence and tap into their inner potential. Get inspired by public art in the Chinatown-International District during Sculptures: Big and Small where campers take the beauty, symbols, colors, and traditions found in the neighborhood and make it their own through hands-on art projects. Or, unlock imagination and possibility with Magic in the C-ID, exploring heroes, fantastic creatures, myths, and legends from Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian folklore. There’s a camp for everyone, but space is limited. Sign your little one up today!

Wing Luke Museum
719 S King St
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 623-5124

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