Camp Caldera offers public tours
Join Caldera this summer for camp tours! Free and open to the public, camp tours will be held Saturday, July 20th and Saturday, August 10th beginning at 11am. Participants of camp tours will find themselves in the midst of music creation lead by My Voice Music, filming projects, audio workshops with Portland based Livewire Music, ceramics classes, and comic illustration.
“Camp tours are the ultimate way to experience the heart of Caldera’s programming,” said Caldera’s Executive Director Tricia Snell.
On the shores of Blue Lake, middle-school aged to high school aged students from Portland and Central Oregon are invited free of charge to Camp Caldera where they take part in arts and environmental programming for eight to 10 days in one of 3 sessions.
After students leave camp, they stay connected to Caldera through year-round programming in their schools or through weekend activities.
After experiencing the activities of Camp Caldera, all camp tour participants are invited to join in on what consistently proves to be a fun and energetic lunch with the campers at the outdoor summer kitchen. Space is limited, so reserve your spot now for Caldera’s Camp Tours. For reservations, call Karena Bennett at 503-937-3071.
Established in 1996 by Dan Wieden, co-founder of the Portland-based international ad agency Wieden+Kennedy, Caldera is a nonprofit arts organization that supports children with limited opportunities through long-term mentoring and arts learning, as well as provides fully subsidized residencies to professional artists. Caldera is a catalyst for the transformation of underserved youth through innovative year-round art and environmental programs.