Jasmine Paul, 9, left, and John Hall, 10, put together a habitat diorama in which animals might live in nature after gathering materials in Webster’s Woods at Port Angeles Fine Art Center. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Jasmine Paul, 9, left, and John Hall, 10, put together a habitat diorama in which animals might live in nature after gathering materials in Webster’s Woods at Port Angeles Fine Art Center. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Where art and science meet

By Dave Logan

For Peninsula Daily News

Jasmine Paul, 9, left, and John Hall, 10, put together a habitat diorama in which animals might live in nature after gathering materials in Webster’s Woods at Port Angeles Fine Art Center.

The diorama is just one of many projects and games students will participate in this week as part of art camps at the center, which is hosting two weeks of camps focusing on different ways in which science and art intersect.

This week’s half-day sessions are focused on Nature Art Camp and Treasure Map and Geocache. Next week’s camps, The Art of Science Journals and Sculpture Design for Kids, are full, but students can be placed on a waiting list. Registration for a session is $100 for arts center members and $120 for non-members.

For more information, visit www.pafac.org/summercamp.html or email [email protected].

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