Arts & Crafts / Clayground

Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist.” The Arts and Crafts Building at Camp John Marc is a light-filled room full of glitter, neon duct tape, tie-dye, and endless artistic possibilities for campers.

In the pottery studio known as “the Clayground,” summer campers use clay to create hand built projects and to throw pots on a pottery wheel. At weekend camps, campers often glaze bisque tiles, bowls, and platters. In both cases, all the camper creations are kiln-fired and taken home.